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thorium
Posted: 11 February 2010

I had missed the debate on thorium so I am particularly grateful to you for adding to my sense of what issues to track. This one could be huge

MindBullet logo THORIUM - THE NEW URANIUM
Green, clean and abundant - what more do we want?
Dateline: 11 October 2013
Indian engineers seem to have set the cat among the pigeons of the nuclear energy industry. Yesterday, in a Mumbai press briefing, the newly-formed INEF announced the launch of a small new nuclear reactor fuelled by thorium, making it a commercial reality years earlier than expected. India's growth in nuclear energy has always been constrained due to their limited local reserves of uranium. ...
 
Wolfgang Grulke Just think of what an India/China alliance on thorium research and commercialisation would do!? They could dominate the nuclear energy market for the next 100 years if they choose to!
Posted: 11 February 2010 at 13:04
 
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