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Mesa Uranium Corp. (MSA)$1.31 up $0.3 +29.70% :-) NYBob 02/10/11 8:50 PM
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Mesa Uranium Closes Private Placement NYBob 01/07/11 3:30 PM
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Any thoughts on AEFI? American Energy Fields, Inc. moneyshotstocks 12/16/10 12:35 PM
Mesa Uranium Corp Co (TSX:MZU) NYBob 08/21/09 8:11 PM
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DNN bull flag breakout - we'll know over NYBob 01/14/09 1:59 AM
Uranium will be making a come back in 911boxster 01/04/09 5:01 PM
Cameco Reports Update on Dewatering at Cigar Lake - NYBob 08/13/08 2:52 AM
Here are some recent Energy and Capital issues NYBob 08/01/08 1:32 AM
Uranium News .... AngelHillCorp 06/24/08 9:29 AM
Please add PKN to your iBox. See #board-12319 frenchee 04/04/08 3:03 PM
RSDS ~ 1 / 5000 RS ~ New AngelHillCorp 03/02/08 2:29 PM
The recent price action of NLR is suggesting frenchee 02/14/08 10:32 PM
Here's a new uranium services company, ES. frenchee 11/18/07 8:42 PM
Considering Canada is the world's 3rd largest holder 911boxster 11/16/07 8:00 AM
Any idea of where uranium is going into 2008? 911boxster 11/15/07 10:06 AM
San Juan County was the source of 83% NYBob 11/13/07 12:46 PM
ABVG ready for a huge uptick. KELLYCO 11/12/07 5:42 PM
Universal Power Sparks Investor Interest with its Newest pplatte9 11/08/07 6:26 PM
Atomic Acquires Uranium Potential on Shores of Lake pplatte9 11/04/07 8:42 PM
Well Angel, World's largest concentrations of uranium ore NYBob 11/03/07 8:38 PM
To 'AngelHillCorp' on '~~ Uranium Haven ~~' - NYBob 11/03/07 7:57 PM
RSDS Uranium has reversed and is headed upwards NYBob 11/03/07 7:53 PM
A little curious about which way uranium is jasonkessler 10/08/07 11:38 AM
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Frenchee ~ Thank You ~ taken care of .... AngelHillCorp 09/02/07 12:17 PM
Please add NLT to your iBox. See frenchee 09/02/07 12:56 AM
Fresno ~ Thank You ~ The board will AngelHillCorp 08/29/07 3:33 PM
Why is DNN (DML.TO) not listed in your ibox... SuperSquirrel 08/29/07 3:13 PM
Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) - "I cannot sit NYBob 08/27/07 12:56 PM
Since the development of the first atomic bomb NYBob 08/26/07 4:16 AM
The world's largest builder of nuclear reactors - NYBob 08/25/07 6:19 PM
We're on the verge of the world's last NYBob 08/23/07 10:06 PM
RSDS got hold of nice old uranium and NYBob 08/20/07 6:20 PM
RSDS website up! fazoolius 08/20/07 4:55 PM
CZQ news SittingDuck 08/20/07 1:39 PM
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ABVG hot hot hot! Uranium + Gold Play EricVan 08/12/07 1:49 PM
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Uranium is a very heavy (dense) metal which can be used as an abundant source of concentrated energy. It occurs in most rocks in concentrations of 2 to 4 parts per million and is as common in the Earth's crust as tin, tungsten and molybdenum. It occurs in seawater, and could be recovered from the oceans if prices rose significantly. It was discovered in 1789 by Martin Klaproth, a German chemist, in the mineral called pitchblende. It was named after the planet Uranus, which had been discovered eight years earlier. Uranium was apparently formed in super novae about 6.6 billion years ago. While it is not common in the solar system, today its slow radioactive decay provides the main source of heat inside the earth, causing convection and continental drift. Its melting point is 1132°C. The chemical symbol for uranium is U. On a scale according to the increasing mass of their nuclei, uranium is the heaviest of all the naturally-occurring elements (Hydrogen is the lightest). Uranium is 18.7 times as dense as water. Like other elements, uranium occurs in slightly differing forms known as 'isotopes'. These isotopes ( 16 in the case of uranium ) differ from each other in the number of particles ( neutrons ) in the nucleus. Natural uranium as found in the Earth's crust is a mixture largely of two isotopes: uranium-238 ( U-238 ), accounting for 99.3% and U-235 about 0.7%. The nucleus of the U-235 atom comprises 92 protons and 143 neutrons (92 + 143 = 235). When the nucleus of a U-235 atom captures a moving neutron it splits in two ( fissions ) and releases some energy in the form of heat, also two or three additional neutrons are thrown off. If enough of these expelled neutrons cause the nuclei of other U-235 atoms to split, releasing further neutrons, a fission Œchain reaction¹ can be achieved. When this happens over and over again, many millions of times, a very large amount of heat is produced from a relatively small amount of uranium. Uranium ....... [ World Uranium Supply and Demand The only significant commercial use for uranium is as fuel for nuclear power plants for the generation of electricity. During 2004, 440 nuclear power plants were operating in the world and consumed an estimated 173 million pounds of uranium. Worldwide production of uranium in 2004 (the most recent year for which statistics are available) was only about 102 million pounds. In the United States, there are 104 nuclear power plants that produce about 21% of the electricity used. Based on reports by The Ux Consulting Company ("Ux") and the World Nuclear Association ("WNA"), since the early 1990s, worldwide uranium production has satisfied only 51% of worldwide demand, and this ratio has also been true in the Western world. Ux reports that the gap has been filled by secondary supplies, such as inventories held by governments, utilities and others in the fuel cycle, including the highly enriched uranium (HEU) inventories which are a result of the agreement between the US and Russia to blend down nuclear warheads. Ux reports that secondary sources combined with uranium production from existing uranium mines will not be sufficient to meet the world's requirements. New production will be needed. Ux projects that the industry will need uranium prices to remain at or near current prices to stimulate the capital investment needed to support such new production. An extremely valuable by-product of Uranium processing is Vanadium, which is used to strengthen steel and sells for $800 ton. One of the world’s most concentrated energy sources, a single pound of yellowcake, or U308, is equivalent to 31 barrels of oil or 10 tons of coal. A typical pellet of uranium weighs 7 grams (0.24 ounces), and can generate as much energy as 3.5 barrels of oil, 17,000 cubic feet of natural gas or 1,780 pounds of coal. This makes it a clean and efficient source of natural energy. One of the primary conventional resources of uranium is yellowcake. This is milled uranium oxide, known to chemists as U308. When uranium ore is sourced from the mine, it contains relatively little of the radioactive element — often no more than ( 1% ). The yellowcake is put through several milling processes and eventually turned into fuel rods, which are utilized in nuclear power plants to produce electricity without any greenhouse gases. World demand for uranium will be 185 million pounds in 2013, estimates the Nuclear Energy Institute in Washington. But supply likely will be significantly lower, at about 130 million pounds. RadioActivity Video .......... Uranium IH Boards ........... #board-7239 ...... #board-2530 ...... #board-7773 Canadian Uranium Producers ............... PWURF ~ ......... EFRFF ~ URCFF ~ ............. FOSYF ~

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