RE: PROCESSING THE DATA
It's very difficult to separate fact from crap emotional theories. It's nearly impossible to say that, for instance, uranium deposits will run out in 300 years, because an estimate like that is based upon current technology. Also, uranium isn't the only fuel that would allow for fission. Thorium is an excellent alternative.
One reason Thorium doesn't dominate the nuclear industry is simple business strategy and capitalism. During WWII the United States spent a vast fortune on the development of technologies to process uranium into weapon-capable platform. Following WWII, while technologies were shifting to power production the Thorium concept came into fruition.
However, because an infrastructure for Uranium already existed, thorium was already pushed off to the side. The industry hasn't had the opportunity to conduct large-scale testing of thorium reactors since then, but also because of fears caused by Chernobyl, Three Mile Island, and now Fukushima.
Thorium is cleaner and easier to manage in terms of energy and waste. The fuel supply is also much greater. Let's hope the nuclear industry can get with the program.
Say, I've always been curious about your contact and support section. Does that stuff work?