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Cheap, Abundant, Distributed

Last week Glenn Reynolds' Internet model for air travel was all the buzz. All well and good, but how about a similar model for nuclear power? Michael Anissimov outlines a plan for safe, cheap, abundant energy -- this is a plausible, relatively near-term solution. Exciting stuff.

Plus, it's the very infrastructure that can help us gear up to our Helium 3 endgame.


Cheap, abundant, distributed? Sounds like another good set for pick any two.

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