Anders, I'm really swamped with projects and don't have time to investigate the various formats and how to convert them, but if you know how to and would be willing to convert Prescription for the Planet into a more Kindle-friendly format, just email me and let me know what sort of file you need. I'll send it to you in a Word format if that would help, and once you've made it Kindle-friendly I'll post that version on the SCGI website too. You can email me at the title of my book @ gmail.
Post by BNC Moderator on Aug 31, 2012 12:09:46 GMT 9.5
Re-posted from BNC. Matthew Nolan 10.08am 30th Aug 2012
Mike Seyfang put me onto your Blog with the comment it will change your world.
blimey he is right. I spent most of my post grad at Uni SA arguing we didn’t have the right to inflict Nuclear Waste onto the future generations. however now I get why they had Phd Exchange students in Nuclear Physics from Iran I our Tutorials. So I get it now, sack all fossil fuels and focus everything into Nuclear Fission for Base load power generation, the rest is arranging deck chairs on the Titanic ready to sink into an acidified ocean.
so now we come to how to make the change happen, clearly there are plenty of governments and opposition parties that are apologists for the coal industry, so how do we bust it?
I had a hypothesis that South Australia should make itself the Nuclear Power industry output / by product storage management centre for the world due to our space and geological stability. we should go further to strive to work on reuse and or reduction of the half lives, if this is even necessary (I have some personal research to do to catch up).
Anyway thanks for opening my eyes and I’ll start with a chat with those Professors, I have recruited my brother and nephew ( physics teacher and post grad science student respectively) I have also told my 6 year old son he needs to become a Physicist. I’m figuring we have 15 to 20 years max. Otherwise one day in the future another intelligent life form will be looking at Homo Sapien fossils and scratching their had as we do about Dinosaurs and ask…
“Why did they go extinct?”
Matthew Nolan Branch Manager SA Openlogistix 0427 053 085