Some smack-talkin' foo's been sayin': DBG industries ain't care 'bout the environment, they're no green-dudes! Well ask me this suckas: How do you explain The DBG industries Radiation Convertion Fascility?!
About this creation
There are five forms of energy in space:
Strong nuclear force, weak nuclear force, gravitational force, electro-magnetic force and mechanic force (please correct me in the comments, I'm rusty, it was a long time since I needed this knowledge, even in my debates).
So we have E=mc2 wich says: energy and mass are connected! And then we get radiation. What a letdown! So much leftover energy! And what a leftover it is - the amounts of radioactive waste!
Not any more, with the DBG industries Radiation Convertion Fascility we get clean energy from mass!
Sounds like fusion? Well, it's better! You see all that smoke?
Well, that's steam. Harmless.
But! Fusion requires heat sufficient for reaching plasma, this power plant doesn't need any heat, there would be no steam too, but there's also a nuclear power plant incorporated into the building, just because we can.
We can now.
Yeah... It's not my fault, it took most of my unused light gray and white collection. Why am I talking of unused? Well, I have a project waiting to be photographed for a week now.
Not if the toxic compounds are much more water soluble, and are taken up and retained in biological tissues. It's a complicated mess. But it can help, and mostly I love your subject choice for your MOC.
i like it, and i never tought you d go that far in science to build a recycling plant! or did i suspected you knew that much about that subject! or anyone else on the pages for that matter, i expected something more in the lines of; melting, burning, dissolving, once again, i m impressed! there is inspiration in this build! oups! facility...
Mechanical force is not energy, it's force. Energy is force acting over a distance.
You could include gravitational potential energy, as well as some others. Energy is actually a very vague term that is a stand in for many things. For example a moving mass is said to have kinetic energy. Radiation can also mean many things, but I think in this context you mean the particles and EM radiation ejected from a fission event, which is quite different than fusion, though both convert some mass into energy. In the context of fusion, the temperature required to make a plasma is still a small fraction of what is required to trigger fusion. I'm not sure what you mean by no heat being used in your converter, whether fission, fusion, or steam related. What you could be alluding to is a reactor that "burns" radioactive isotopes by bombarding them, say with high energy neutrons, in order to force the fission events that otherwise might randomly happen over hundreds of thousands of years. This can be used to produce power, and leaves a less radioactive, though in some cases quite chemically toxic, residue. I'm glad you
have an interest in these things. There are a lot of fascinating things to learn.