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Which is exactly why I brought up CANDU. I’m quite familiar with the regulatory climate, but to claim that the US has one? It’s just wrong. The US has a selective, politicized, total fucking joke. If you want absolute fucking proof of it, go look at every accident and incident at Davis-Besse. Read more

Jan 25
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Yeah, TI still has their DMOS and BiCMOS and the specialty fabs. Probably because nobody else has anything that old left, and if it ain’t broke don’t tape out new silicon. Plus they have contracts with some others (I know X-Fab as part of the sale agreement, not sure who else.) Read more

Jan 25
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Then why the fuck aren’t we pushing new CANDU designs? You literally can’t get better. It’s virtually impossible to cause a meltdown, it can run on mixed fuels including burning up already spent light water fuels, using up plutonium you can’t use in LWRs, and all of the money is spent on building it not running it. Read more

Jan 24
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I know Bonneville got it earlier than ‘93 as option, because it’s a C-body. GM’s airbag push was very firmly on the ‘high end’ cars, which the C-body was. And if you go look at first gen Park Avenues? You would be extremely hard pressed to find a ‘91 Park Avenue without an airbag wheel. (Most of those got the 2-spoke Read more

Jan 22
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There’s a reason I tell people: “do not go full hard way.” Remember, I have done this. The hard way is not having an RI do all the legwork. The full hard way, is suicide and failure.

Jan 21
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I looked at the Porsche Cayenne Diesel. Dieselgate edition, no less. I actually rather liked the Cayenne. It was comfortable, it felt nice, and it had a killer warranty. Read more

Jan 21
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We had an open, non-gated parking lot and 24/7/365 armed security at a former employer. And strict ‘nothing leaves here’ areas which were enforced by searches entering and exiting. Read more