Home Nuclear Battery - power for 70 years
Date: Sunday, May 01, 2016 @ 02:05:21 EDT

From Jerry Decker (KeelyNet.com): I recently came across a patent with the most remarkable claim. It is GB 763062A - A new apparatus for producing electric current - December 5th, 1956 - describing a low weight, compact nuclear battery which produces 10 amps at 100-110 volts for up to 70 years and requires appropriate shielding.

This device produces 1000 watts and an average home requires between 5-10,000 watts so this device could be scaled up for home power. As well for electric cars which require some 30kw to 100kw to drive the electric motor.

Read this article written by Jerry for Keelynet.com: http://www.keelynet.com/nuclearbattery.html

Also, another interesting link suggested by Jerry: http://www.keelynet.com/news/042716i.html

Thank you Jerry. /Vlad

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