O.N.E. (Omnipresent Network Energy) is a global energy concept that can supply green energy to every place in the world every 12 hours. I’m looking for computational physicists/mathematicians/scientists/investors/change makers that are interested in solving the biggest problems that are undaunted by the “impossible.” I welcome any interest and/or assistance with the calculations, and other parts of this project that may intrigue you. I have solved it in 2D, but I would like other perspectives to verify it. The first person that solved it in 3D said it made TOO much current! What do your calculations say?

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## Fissile O.U.T. (Optimal Uranium Technology)

**Introduction**

“Fissile O.U.T.” is a modern nuclear reactor design. The acronym of Fissile O.U.T. stands for “Optimal Uranium Technology, as Fissile O.U.T. is designed to run on Uranium-238. The significance of this is that U-238 is abundant, can be sourced from nuclear waste, and it does not sustain a chain reaction; hence it can’t “melt down.” Additional distinguishing characteristics of Fissile O.U.T. are the core design, and a different approach for transferring thermal energy to mechanical energy in an effort to eliminate the need for batteries for energy storage.

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