Brenden Heidrich
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Brenden Heidrich and Robert Phenicie Jr are now friends
Jan 20, 2010
Robert Phenicie Jr left a comment for Brenden Heidrich
"Brenden, There is a company, of which I own stock in, that states it owns 250 unpatented uranium claims in Utah. The company is currently working on developing an experimental bioreator to generate "all season" oil from algae. Any idea on…"
Jan 19, 2010
Brenden Heidrich commented on Marshall Matheson's group Nuclear Energy
"Yes. Nuclear thermal propulsion was investigated in the late 1960's. It will spew radioactive coolant out the back of the rocket, but it does work. Better used in space. Nuclear pulsed propulsion is even better for either mission, but it had to…"
Oct 26, 2009
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Oct 22, 2009
Brenden Heidrich is now a member of The Engineering Exchange
Oct 22, 2009

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Radiation Science and Engineering Center - Penn State University
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Chief Engineer
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At 5:57pm on January 19, 2010, Robert Phenicie Jr said…
Brenden,
There is a company, of which I own stock in, that states it owns 250 unpatented uranium claims in Utah. The company is currently working on developing an experimental bioreator to generate "all season" oil from algae. Any idea on how uranium and algae can be associated in the production of energy? I know algae can grow in the cooling ponds of nuclear reactors, but growing algae is certainly one inportant aspect in future green energy production. The stock ticker is RIND.
 
 
 

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