The Half-Life of a Nuclear Battery

A true multi-faceted account, dealing with the development of a power source that could free the world from its dependence on oil. The author recounts his harrowing experience, and the opposition encountered from powerful interests who succeeded in blocking the discover from being made available to the public, even resulting in the suspiciously accidental death of the inventor, Dr. Paul M. Brown. More

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Language: English
ISBN: 9780615475103
About Philip Talbert

Philip H. Talbert's business and professional career spans a 50 year period of wide ranging business and financial experience during which he has written and lectured extensively, including at the University level, and is a published author of numerous business and academic works. Most notably, Mr. Talbert is the author of the award winning book "The Half-Life of a Nuclear Battery," which chronicles the true story of his career as the founder and chief executive officer of a publicly traded NASDAQ company. During this period, Mr. Talbert discovered the "genius" of Dr. Paul Brown, a young physicist who had invented and even patented a revolutionary device that converted the decay of radioisotopes, derived from nuclear waste material, directly to electrical energy. This new alternative energy technology became threatened by special interests, as did the life of Dr. Brown, who eventually suffered a suspicious death at the very early age of 43. In spite of possible dangers, Mr. Talbert continued spreading Dr. Brown's work believing that clean, safe energy should be available to all people. Mr. Talbert is listed in Who's Who in Executives and Professionals, and has served as a director of several public corporations throughout the country.

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