Will The Simple Act Of Building Cheap Energy Make Possible Superrapid Economic Growth?

A guest article by Joseph Friedlander Neil Craig back in 2012 made a few posts on direct correlation of energy + economic growth that made the astonishing assertion, IIRC that simply building enough energy sources would generate very rapid economic growth. Alas, I can no longer email him to find out more details as he …

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Carnival of Nuclear Energy 142

1. ANS Nuclear Cafe – Nuclear Artifacts The latest crowd sourced blog post at ANS Nuclear Cafe brings readers a series of very special historical objects, papers, and other pieces of the past of nuclear energy — as depicted in personal descriptions and stories told by their owners… 2. NEI submissions: NEI’s Richard Myers on …

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DC-based futurists and analysts pick top 12 areas for innovation by 2025

DC-based research and consulting firm Social Technologies released a series of 12 briefs on their top 12 areas for high impact technology innovation through 2025. 1. Personalized medicine [I agree and have covered personal genomics ]2. Distributed energy (DE) [Here I think nuclear energy has more potential]3. Pervasive computing [Fully realizing smart phone and wireless …

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Engines of Creation predictions are not fanciful

digg_url= ‘http://advancednano.blogspot.com/2007/05/engines-of-creation-predictions-are-not.html’; digg_skin =’compact’;reddit_url=’http://advancednano.blogspot.com/2007/05/engines-of-creation-predictions-are-not.html’reddit_url=’advancednano.blogspot.com/2007/05/engines-of-creation-predictions-are-not.html’ An updated version of Engines of Creation is online The Center for Responsible Nanotechnology (CRN), has an article that points out that the term “molecular nanotechnology” has been associated almost invariably with fantastic notions like bloodstream nanobots, true universal assemblers (“meat machines”), and theoretically ubiquitous “utility fog.” Such concepts admittedly are …

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