Kelvin Kemm and co-authors clearly explain that nuclear power is essential for national progress. South Africa is in a very unique position in which both the developed and developing economic forces operate within one country.
Kelvin Kemm and Andrew Kenny -Coal stations can only be built near the coal fields. Nuclear can be built wherever we want, including at the coast and in the west of the country, both of which have growing demand. Koeberg has shown the way. Small nuclear reactors of the 100 to 200 MW size range will also come into being in the near future, they will change the world energy scene. Now let a new fleet of South African nuclear power reactors follow. South Africa needs them.
Kelvin Kemm, CEO: Nuclear Africa announces the Nuclear Africa 2015 Conference and Exhibition with key participants Rosatom of Russia and State Nuclear Power Technology Corporation of China. Apparently, there is little or no participation from American, Canadian, European, or Korean companies. The Chinese and Russians are to be congratulated for their leadership in promoting global use of nuclear energy. Where is the limit for anti-nuclear organizations? Certainly, South Africa, Africa as a whole and the rest of the world will embrace plentiful nuclear power and the amazing benefits of nuclear science for thousands of years to come.
John Shanahan - Dr. Robert Stencel, Physics Professor at the University of Denver invited me to give a talk to his non-science students about NUCLEAR POWER and the related topics of RADIOISOTOPES and RADIATION. These are the topics that Go Nuclear, Inc. focuses on for public education. Information is presented from earlier presentations by outstanding scientists and engineers, who specialize in each area. At the beginning of the semester, many of the students were skeptical. Professor Stencel had them study two books and an MIT report before my presentation. They formulated 23 pages of single spaced questions. Dr. Robert Stencel, Dr. Robert Amme and I are thinking about writing a book centered on these student questions, a primer for the general public. This presentation gained student advocates for nuclear power.