"Atominė elektrinė tavo garaže".
Čia man akys lipa ant kaktos - skaitau kartą, antrą - ankstoka dar tokiom technologijom. Kažkas čia ne taip....
Vienžo, mūsų NK-ašnikai pažodžiui išsivertė va šitą straipsnį:
http://www.nextenergynews.com/news1/nex ... 2.17b.htmlToshiba Builds 100x Smaller Micro Nuclear Reactor
Toshiba has developed a new class of micro size Nuclear Reactors that is designed to power individual apartment buildings or city blocks. The new reactor, which is only 20 feet by 6 feet, could change everything for small remote communities, small businesses or even a group of neighbors who are fed up with the power companies and want more control over their energy needs.
The 200 kilowatt Toshiba designed reactor is engineered to be fail-safe and totally automatic and will not overheat. Unlike traditional nuclear reactors the new micro reactor uses no control rods to initiate the reaction. The new revolutionary technology uses reservoirs of liquid lithium-6, an isotope that is effective at absorbing neutrons. The Lithium-6 reservoirs are connected to a vertical tube that fits into the reactor core. The whole whole process is self sustaining and can last for up to 40 years, producing electricity for only 5 cents per kilowatt hour, about half the cost of grid energy.
Toshiba expects to install the first reactor in Japan in 2008 and to begin marketing the new system in Europe and America in 2009.
Na visvien netikiu - ir akurat - wiki:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toshiba_Mi ... ar_ReactorAs of 12/27/07, Toshiba has confirmed that this is, indeed, a hoax. The pictures accompanying this article on many web sites are of their 10MW "4S" reactor system, the kind they're hoping to install in Galena, Alaska if they can get approval from the NRC and everybody else involved.
Na vienžo pribalamūtino NK ir - atrodo - komsomolkė ir tą pačią antį paleido. O va rimti žmonės pasiklausė Toshibos:
http://atomicinsights.blogspot.com/2008 ... actor.html