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NormP t1_jan16m9 wrote

Detecting neutrinos from a reactor 240 km away is impressive.


Itsthenewvodka t1_jao81bm wrote

Now I can FINALLY detect my precious neutrinos!


aztronut t1_jaovaj9 wrote

Now what are we supposed to do with all of this carbon tetrachloride?


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johanvondoogiedorf t1_jan5s5m wrote

Just wait for 100 years water will be the new oil


DeathKillsLove t1_jan9thk wrote

Oceans are everywhere, and Uranium will be a cheap byproduct of the desalination required to feed the agriculture of the world.
Contrast those costs with the costs of deep rock mining for pitchblende.