MODERN STEAM ATOMIC POWER


| May/June 1962


Steam is without doubt the greatest mechanical power, (past present and future) ever given to man. Man owes his entire basic and continued modern progress to Steam Power and to steam's very close cousin, Water Power. Eighty to ninety percent of man's power necessities and conveniences in the home, factory and business are now dependant upon Steam Power. The other 10% to 20% is furnished by Steam's cousin, Water Power.

To mention a few of the conveniences man depends upon in this push button age are: lights, telephones, home appliances, heat, factory power (including the making of our clothing, homes, and the millions of things our modern age depends on).

Steam originated and built our Modern Transportation System on land, sea and air and will, with the aid of such fuels as Atomic, the sun's heat, heat from the core of the earth, and the other modern fuels continue to advance man to the pinnacle of his earthly existence.

The nature of steam with its smoothness, quietness, unlimited power and speed, great torque at any speed, flexibility, portability, etc., lends itself to all of man's basic needs and desires.

In recent years, steam is possibly unmatched in its increase in efficiency as to use of fuel, less maintenance, less weight per actual torque, etc. etc. in almost all fields including rail transportation.

We have quite a store of information on this subject which we will release from time to time.






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