Bill Belew has raised 2 bi-cultural kids, now 34 and 30. And he and his wife are now parenting a 3rd, Mia, who is 8.
I don’t venture into Russia all that often here at PanAsianBiz, though I would like to and feel that the many years I had contact with the country gives me some perspective.
However, this bit of news struck me as quite interesting.
Russia has started building its first floating nuclear power plant.
For a cost of $300 million a nuclear power plant will be built aboard a barge where two reactors will be operated by less than 60 people.
Uh…if they put airplanes on it could be a nuclear power aircraft carrier or if it could submerge than a nuclear-powered submarine.
“The Russian nuclear energy agency Rosatom and the military shipbuilding company Sevmash signed on Sunday an agreement to produce six floating plants.”
The first destination is the north and far east of Russia = Siberia.
I wonder if a nuclear powered military vehicle were parked nearby, could they be plugged into to supply energy needs?
And what if this thing were to melt down….I guess it would just sink.
Good or bad idea?