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More press: Small Nuclear Reactors Are Becoming Big Business: The race is on to develop refrigerator-size reactors that could power small towns or plants, Business Week, 2010-05020, accessed 2010-05-24. Hyperion will have lots of competition in the race to fill the small nuclear niche, and all companies will have an uphill fight to license the technology through the regulatory bureaucracy. The NRC expects that US regulatory approvals would take three to five years, after applications are filed (expected later this year from both Hyperion and Toshiba. N2e (talk) 03:24, 25 May 2010 (UTC)
Nothing new - just another proof for human's stupidness
The technology of portable nuclear reactors existed already 50 years ago and was (and is) used by the US military. However, since it's possible to use condensation towers, I'm asking myself, why the darn nuclear power plants still need to pollute our air and rivers? And why did the US military sit on this clean nuclear technology for more than 50 years? Answer: Because my house rat has a bigger IQ than an US military servant. --188.8.131.52 (talk) 22:06, 7 January 2014 (UTC)
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