Wonder why biotechs topic got deleted? I wouldnt think anyone would want to say anything which wasnt true as the SEC really frowns on that kind of pumping.
Last I heard Adam was positive on Santhera and negative on Sarepta.
Yes, source please. Within the last six months, Reuters stated :
"Lockheed Martin Corp said on Wednesday it had made a technological breakthrough in developing a power source based on nuclear fusion, and the first reactors, small enough to fit on the back of a truck, could be ready for use in a decade.
... It said future reactors could use a different fuel and eliminate radioactive waste completely.
McGuire said the company had several patents pending for the work and was looking for partners in academia, industry and among government laboratories to advance the work.
Lockheed said it had shown it could complete a design, build and test it in as little as a year, which should produce an operational reactor in 10 years, McGuire said. A small reactor could power a U.S. Navy warship, and eliminate the need for other fuel sources that pose logistical challenges. "
Can it function as an UPS, or does it take time to cycle on?
... will I still have to reset all my clocks?
Teska is "reality constrained". There are plenty of batteries available on the market.
I pay the same rate 24 hours a day, as most non-Californians do.
He views Tesla as a cult stock, whose valuation borders on insane. Why is that weird?
I looked up sfc for some of the current turbine units, and some are actually more efficient than the Prius engine which has an sfc of .362 and an efficiency of 37%
I was somewhat surprised to see that the General Electric LM6000 turboshaft
has an sfc of .32 and an efficiency of 42%
Having some time behind a PT6 I was surprised at how far turbine efficiency has
come. With new composite materials, they may yet be the way to go, especially given the weight advantages of turbines.