[Beowulf] Servers Too Hot? Intel Recommends a Luxurious Oil Bath
Lux, Jim (337C)
james.p.lux at jpl.nasa.gov
Tue Sep 4 21:35:26 PDT 2012
On 9/4/12 3:46 PM, "Vincent Diepeveen" <diep at xs4all.nl> wrote:
>Uranium is dirt cheap as well, and i don't refer to mox fuel then,
>yet to the actual
>uranium you (not me of course) can dig up so easily in say Australia
>dirt cheap if we look at what a central needs a year versus central
>From what I understand, depleted uranium (from which the 235 has been
removed) is essentially available for the transportation costs, as long as
you're willing to take "car-load" lots.
(granted, transporting tons of anything isn't free)
Uranium is actually one of the more common elements. There are whole
mountains of Carnotite (potassium uranium vanadate) in the Southwestern US.
>The argument of helium being very cheap was also raised in an
>interview with several of the collider guys
>put in front of a camera, i must apologize i can't remember whether
>it was discovery channel or national geographic.
I think the concern in the nuclear biz is more with He3, which has many
useful properties, in particular, being useful for Neutron detection and
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