Just posting what was on Hotcopper, I do not hold an E trade account and I can't buy NVGN, does anyone else have an E Trade account? are they saying you have to contact your broker to buy? or can you buy online? I would be interested in the feedback.
News is on the way I believe!
GK said he was going to a non oncology area, he also said to a fellow poster that he would be working for the benefit of Novogen shareholders, look at the novogen website and look for the corporate structure, see what it says about non oncology, put all of that together and make up your own minds!
And just as a side note, a poster over on hotcopper whose nick is my1969z posted this !
You can NOT buy NVGN "on-line". Have to call and a broker buys it for you. Took me 25 mins. I asked them why, and they said it's because a company can be going through a merger, M&A or the likes.
But, you can sell on-line all you want.
Honest to god truth. You can not buy NVGN at-will.
work it out yourselves, there are moves afoot!
You just don't get it do you? they will remove the U235 that is left in the tails, but what is left is more valuable than the U235 anyway, the U238 that is left after the U235 is removed is ideal material for a fast breeder reactor, it is mixed with Plutonium in the reactor and the added U238 produces more Plutonium, in the end it produces slightly more Plutonium than was first fed to it, the process is almost self sufficient.
GE have been talking about this for some time, initially the PRISM reactor they have will use Used Nuclear Fuel, it is fed into an Advanced Recycling Center where the Uranium and Plutonium components are stripped out, the Plutonium will be used for the PRISM reactor and the Uranium 235 plus actinides can be used in a number of ways one way is to use it in a CANDU reactor without further treatment, a second way is to enrich the U235 to a slightly higher degree to overcome the actinide nuclear poison, but a third way is also possible going from what I read, this is where they use laser technology to strip out only the Plutonium and the Uranium components which leaves all of the actinides behind for burial, but they are only dangerous for about 300 years not the 1,000,000 years in some cases if left untreated, this mixture of Uranium and Plutonium can be used in existing ABWR's or a new type of reactor called an ESBWR, or they can use the Plutonium in a PRISM reactor and the Uranium in an existing LEU BWR, that says to me that the future of Uranium Enrichment is on the way out!
You can bury your head in the sand all you like, but you won't stop this coming!
Another poster with his head up his bum, google this "Si-Ge-Sn Based Compound Semiconductors for Photonic Applications" and then tell me they have nothing.
Sumika Electronic Materials, Inc., a solely owned subsidiary of Sumitomo Chemical, they must think Translucent have something otherwise they would not be putting their name to this paper
Rubbish, it has nothing to do the Silex Enrichment not working, it also has nothing to do with market conditions, I reckon they are lying , what it does have to do with is that they can also use the laser enrichment process for reprocessing used nuclear fuel, something else for you, the recovery of the Uranium that is left in the tails, will go ahead at Paducah, but I don't believe it is just for the Uranium, what they want is the U238 and as clean as it can be, because they will use that in a fast breeder reactor to make Plutonium so that the reactor produces it's own fuel and there is enough U238 to run nuclear power in the US for 600 years or more.
Google this "Implications of Plutonium Isotopic Separation on Closed Fuel Cycles and Repository Design"
Yeah Right! look at the last few posts here to see who is ramping and in which direction, idiot!
LAIN ROSS....."UNDER RESOURCED"
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When $45m cash is finished - fire sale of assets will commence
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Scam company route to zero value
Jul 29, 2015 9:18 PM by ataheri
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Share price 30% off its recent CR - yet ramping keeps increasing
Jul 30, 2015 5:32 PM by cartland007
I can't post the link, as Yahoo won't allow that, just copy a piece of what I posted and then google that, it should take you to a PDF called "Interagency Review Needed to Update U.S. Position on Enriched Uranium That Can Be Used for Tritium Production" or just google that!
I found it when I was looking for info on Silex, the way it read to me, was that if they could use the Silex process they would, but because it is foreign owned technology and because it can only be used for peaceful purposes, then that prevents the US from using it for that purpose.
ACP may be used? but it wont be cheap
As DOE assesses future options for obtaining unobligated LEU to produce tritium, one option may be to pay the costs to operate the ACP—potentially hundreds of millions of dollars a year. In this context, you asked us to review the peaceful use provisions in international agreements pertaining to enrichment facilities using foreign technology in the United States, particularly as they pertain to the production of tritium.17
To determine the extent to which DOE has adhered to its practice of using only unobligated LEU to meet national security needs for tritium, we reviewed DOE and NNSA documents. In addition, we interviewed officials from DOE, NNSA, the Department of State, and the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)—which produces tritium through an interagency agreement with DOE. We also reviewed documents and interviewed officials from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC). To determine the basis for DOE’s practice for using unobligated LEU to meet national security needs for tritium, we reviewed DOE and NNSA documents and assessed relevant international agreements pertaining to the transfer of enrichment technology into the United States and the extent to which these agreements compel DOE to use exclusively unobligated LEU for meeting national security needs. We interviewed officials from NNSA, TVA, and the Department of State, as well as representatives from USEC and URENCO. This report examines (1) the extent to which DOE has adhered to its practice of using only unobligated LEU to meet national security needs for tritium and (2) the basis for DOE’s practice of using only unobligated LEU to meet national security needs for tritium.