I watched it, enjoyed it.
Might be time for another tafe course
Research for the sake of research will produce dividends, even if you don’t know how at the time
Don’t produce stuff from rare materials, ie lithium- and expect to take it to the world
Much better than people cooking on a renovation show
This film was produced in 1969 by Oak Ridge National Laboratory for the United States Atomic Energy Commission to inform the public regarding the history, technology, and milestones of the Molten Salt Reactor Experiment (MSRE). Oak Ridge National Laboratory's Molten Salt Reactor Experiment was designed to assess the viability of liquid fuel reactor technologies for use in commercial power generation. It operated from January 1965 through December 1969, logging more than 13,000 hours at full power during its four-year run.
Will Chueh - Stanford Precourt Institute for Energy in collaboration with MIT & Purdue U
This is reasonably up to date and discusses Li-ion batteries in basic science terms, hang in there it is worth your time if you have an interest in battery tech. Knowledge of chemistry extremely helpful but not needed, just trust the science it is only there for proof.
Spending around 60 structured hours a semester plus about as much effort in study and research with assignments feedback and the rest gives depth and discipline that I’d struggle to maintain on YouTube. Going to tafe in a class of varied people that want to learn new stuff is also a pretty positive experience.
The last course I did, pre mowing was a diploma of management. I nearly walked after about 2 weeks but stuck with it and it was really worth it in many ways. Learned heaps about marketing, people, business and more. Made a few friends, had a whole lot of adult time which can be lacking at home sometimes.
I had a quick look a while ago and the local tafe didn’t have too much that appealed to me, mainly IT and some fluff business things. Thinking of doing a captains ticket. Just got to figure out how and where I’d get the sea hours to complete the course.
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