Topic Archives: beryllium

Byron King is pitching another teensy weensy rare metals stock for his Energy & Scarcity Investor newsletter from Agora, only this time it’s not the rare earth metals but a really light metal that he calls the “Fourth Element.” Which brings to mind several of the periodic table-focused teasers of years past, though particularly the […]

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  • takeprofits

    Thank you for your thoughtful feedback Tim, maybe the best answer I can give you is that I look beyond a companies finan...

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    I missed this discussion that included IBC, my apologies. But, I believe that the beryllium and carbide clad fuel is p...

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    I am surprised that no mention of IBC Advanced Alloys (IAALF) is mentioned, here. The company specializes in beryllium ...

  • Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe

    IBC's nuclear fuel technology is years off -- may end up being a big deal, but IBC has been promoted based on this and t...

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    What about IAALF IBC ADVANCED ALLOYS CORP new beryllium (BE) clad fuel that they have tested and patent , some % more...

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    I'm inclined to agree with this and also in treading very carefully with MCP which had such great promise a couple of ye...

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    Beryllium oxide may have been removed from use, but the military uses a crapload of beryllium copper contacts in just ab...

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    Got a new pump on this one July 23,2012. They had drill samples in a warehouse, landlord locked them out> (unpaid ren...

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    You can see that we have a lot of good things underway. What most people don't talk about is our strong and growing cor...

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    Actually, there are many variations - pure beryllium metal, Beryllium oxide, and beryllium hydroxide. Beryllium oxide i...

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    Byron King has been declaiming the special virtues of beryllium for several months. He advocated the utilization of ber ...

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    Have done some machining of Beryllium and Berylliumcopper and was warned of the dust being toxic. If worked on in EDM (e...

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    Assuming we're still in the same universe this will be the same Beryllium Oxide that the defense industries spent a fort...

  • Myron Martin

    Just to clarify, the focus of IBC Advanced Alloys is beryllium, not graphene, though there may be some high tech applica...

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    I can't speak to all the light wt. or electrical applications of beryllium, however I think it's use in the uranium base...

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    Interesting stock, and patents may help. As far as making a killing, do not count on it. When someone bigger wants its...

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    Thanks. I suspected that might be the case. Any informatiin as to the feasibility of the beryllium nuclear fuel technol...

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    Another teaser I scanned about a month ago was about beryllium being developed as a component of nuclear fuel. It can w...

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    Beryllium has been used in thermonuclear weapons since WWII as neutron reflectors....boom indeed. ...

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    I work in nuclear making fuel for CANDU reactors in Canada. Fuel is highly regulated and any changes happen very, very s...

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    First, beryllium is very poisonous, but of course you have to absorb it first. Any machining or sanding liberates the du...

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    Berylosis is what has made National Jewish Hospital in tDenver the leading Lung Disease Hospital in the USA. It comes f...

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    It's not just nuclear technology they're trying to improve. They also have ongoing R&D on the quality and resistance...

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    The tale being spun about beryllium might have some truth but it is badly distorted. We will be getting new generatio...

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    Brush Wellman (BW) is the best known company in the beryllium industry. They are vertically integrated from mining, refi...

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    I've always known beryllium oxide to be a ceramic with interesting characteristics. It is an insulator and a good therm...

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    One caveat that should be considered is that Beryllium (as dust)is toxic, causing cancer of the lungs. All of that is f...

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    Not sure how important this 'advancement' in materials will prove to be if, and it's a big 'if', pebble bed nuclear reac...

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