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Friday, August 6, 2010

An e-mail from Prof. Albert Jansen, China

Date: Thu, 5 Aug 2010
Subject: Conference Physical Economics

Dear David,.
Some constructive ideas:
Like was the case in the USA at the start of the 20th century : machine-tool industries are the engine for physical recovery of economics.

Possibilities for Malaysia to focus on this primary industry should in accordance with new requirements for a green environment.
Of course should also be checked on feasibility and in cooperation with already existing companies.
Here are some ideas:

We could launch a conference that is focused on these issues :
1.)Project research on feasibility for Malaysia for green transportation in cooperation with the Malaysian Ministry of Energy Green Technology and Water. !

Mainly on the issue of nuclear fusion there is still a lot research necessary, but it is doable!

We can invite engineers from Kazakhstan that developed the Aktau fast reactor using its nuclear power for large-scale desalination of seawater and which produced 80,000 cubic meters per day of fresh water and up to 135 megawatts of electric power at the same time.
The reactor however was shut down in 1999.

All these web-links are only some considerations from my end and just serve to skim for future possibilities and to adjust the direction in which we can proceed. We need to talk about it.


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