Friday, February 17, 2012

Mini-Nuclear Power Plants Can Save the World



Mini-Nuclear Power Plants
The Answer: Why Only Inherently Safe
Mini Nuclear Power Plants Can Save the World

Friday, February 17
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For Beyond 50's "Science" talks, listen to an interview with Reese Palley. In the wake of the disaster at Japan's Fukushima Daiichi plant, he proposes the development and deployment of a fleet of small, inherently save nuclear powre reactors. It's a move away from huge, multi-megawatt plants to much smaller (container-sized) modular plants to produce clean energy at the local level - getting us off the worst of our fossil-fuel gluttony within a decade.


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Alkaline Antioxidant Water
Drink Antioxidant Alkaline Water
For Beyond 50's "Natural Healing" talks, listen to an interview with Teresa Bright, a Kangen Water distributor. She'll talk about why alkaline antioxidant water is Nature's best. It's the kind of water you find flowing freely from many of the world's best natural springs. It can help you resist disease and slow the aging process. They contain great concentrations of ionized H20 molecules that allows for the fastest internal rehydration possible.

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Nursing HomeNake* in the Nursing Home:
The Woman's Guide to Paying for Long Term Care
Without Going Broke
For Beyond 50's "Finance" talks, listen to an interview with Harold Lustig. He will talk about how to pay for long term care (LTC), even if you have little or no savings. Did you know that if you run out of money while in a long-term care facility, they can repossess your funeral plot? Or that people in LTC who are far from their adult children have shorter life spans than those with children nearby? Another little known fact is that there are more than 40-percent of people in LTC who are under age 65 - which means it's really younger, healthier people who need to learn about and plan for LTC, not just seniors.

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