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Ya had ta get me curious. 

Nuclear Energy is ranked 128,460 in sales.  I don't get it.  Silicon Germanium Materials & Devices - A Market & Technology Overview to 2006 is only ranked 152,171 in sales.  Yet Silicon Germanium Materials & Devices is a bargin at only $3,248.00 (which includes wireless delivery via Amazon Whispernet).  I'm sure they are equally fascinating reads.

It must be those 5 star reviews Nuclear Energy is getting.
 

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Vampyre said:
Has anyone tried a sample of the nuke book?
I just did. . .let's see what it says. . . .

O.K. first half of the sample is authors and toc. . .thru location 476

It's very technical. Formatting is good and there are a bunch of mathematical equations with lots of non-alphanumeric symbols as well as graphs. Total of 979 locations. Last sentence of the sample says ". . . a relatively small mass of U-235 is sufficient to make the reactor critical ( around 4 kg). Did I mention it's pretty technical. That might be the only sentence in English. :)

I think I'll keep the sample just to show folks how such things are rendered.

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pstanton said:
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Enough said, does anyone here think ANYONE has EVER bought this book?
lol! I almost want to sign up as another ID called US Government and leave a review..."We bought several copies, I mean, hey, we've paid more for toilet seats, so this purchase was a no sweat off the taxpayers our brow."
 

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If it tells me how to start my own nuclear power plant it would pay for itself.  Just think no more electric bills!  The neighbors might object to a nuclear plant  to it in the back yard though.  I'll just put it in the shed with the lawn mower and the tools, the way they won't know.
 
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