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Nuclear Plasma Battery Technology Good Enough for NASA, Navy, & Air Force - But Not Common...

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ENERGY  FRAUD 

ACCIDENTALLY  EXPOSED  BY  NASA!

 

Congratulations to NASA and their Curiosity rover team for their amazing engineering feat. And thank you for exposing one of the greatest technology suppression cases in history - nuclear plasma batteries - our best hope to end global warming.

 

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I don't want to preach to deaf ears here but the nuclear battery that is powering Curiosity, and also being used by the U.S. Air Force in Stealth killer/spy satellites, and by the U.S. Navy in verrrrry long-range torpedos is the same technology we COULD BE using in our cars, trucks, trains, laptops, and cell phones with zero carbon footprint, zero emissions, and zero visits to the local gas station. Read here for the details I found scattered about the net...

 

http://open.salon.com/blog/green_energy_reports/2012/04/15/censorship_-_the_only_reason_we_are_still_addicted_to_oil

 

http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread840463/pg1

 

http://www.energeticforum.com/renewable-energy/10974-nuclear-thorium-plasma-battery-victim-technology-suppression.html

 

Apparently the nuclear battery on this Martian beast is more sophisticated than the on-board computer that controls everything. With half of America's corn now a victim of global warming, these batteries could be used on a large scale to eliminate coal plants and and internal combustion engines forever. Just imagine a world with normal weather again... What a novel thought. Maybe its time for Michael Moore and Al Gore to team up for a new documentary on technology suppression?


Edited by StrangeButTrue - 8/16/12 at 3:45pm
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Very interesting - any ideas about cost and safe production for civilian use?

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Dana my friend, If you read the links in my OP you will have the answers you are looking for.

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Dear Drew...

 

If you are going to comment on the OP you should at least take the time to read the links in the OP.  Had you done so you would have not made your comments.  The radiation levels of Thorium (in the amounts required to power a full family sized car) would be the same as the radiation level of yuor mobile phone, a certainly not two inces from your brain. Radiation charts for Thorium are contained in the OP links. Also your comments about costs are also addressed in those links. So if you are too lazy or busy to read, hold off on the ignorance please.

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