Thursday, May 1, 2008

a rumble in distance...



Who says several megawatts of practically free energy can't be pretty.

edit: for the environmentally paranoid, that's just steam coming out of the muffler.

2 comments:

Chuck said...

How much bismuth, cadmium, mercury, etc. comes out with the steam?

Thordr said...

Very little actually, virtually undetectable, the flow is binary from the well, and any heavys stay in liquid phase and flow into a catch basin. Those metals, and in particular arsenic are always a concern in this industry, but tend to be very manageable with extremely tiny risks, the fluid get injected back into the reservoir where they came from.