Thorium and the New Golden Age

Tyler Wood
Tyler Wood

Benefits of Thorium Power:

-Reactors cannot melt down

-Abundant fuel

-No risk of nuclear proliferation

-No carbon or air pollution

-Cheaper than even coal or natural gas

Imagine a world where the US is producing power for 1c/kwh. Most energy intensive manufacturing has now returned to the US. Food can be grown indoors without pesticides at a lower cost than outdoor agriculture. Economy enters a sustained economic boom of 10%+ gdp growth for an entire generation.

Other urls found in this thread:

isgp-studies.com/1001-club-of-the-wwf
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liquid_fluoride_thorium_reactor#Safety
world-nuclear.org/information-library/current-and-future-generation/thorium.aspx
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Molten-Salt_Reactor_Experiment
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Synthetic_fuel
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vertical_farming

Luke Evans
Luke Evans

as long as kikes control the economy with capitalist bullshit, there will be more value in destroying this shit than promoting it.

Chase Price
Chase Price

Destroy your own economy, goy! Don't take the energy sector back from (((oil companies))).

John Smith
John Smith

Shill talking points:

'It can't be done"

"It will blow up and kill us all"

"We have to go kill x racial minority before anything can be done" (where x is never the Rothschilds)

"Don't improve anything because the kikes will just steal it"

Oliver Lopez
Oliver Lopez

delusional enough to think the economy is ours

nothing matters until you gas the kikes retard.

Jackson Smith
Jackson Smith

Go ahead, you FBI faggot. Start with the Rothschilds. When you're done, come back and we'll discuss replacing their degenerate system with abundant energy for broad-based economic growth.

Cameron Thomas
Cameron Thomas

Rothschilds are only one of the lesser families. There are at least half a dozen other families that are involved.

Ayden Gray
Ayden Gray

I repeat, you are quite delusional. I will start with whoever is in front of me.

Jose Cox
Jose Cox

If this "comfortable" society is allowed to continue for as long as we have new energy reserves then White genocide won't be able to be effectively fought. You can create more food and energy but all it'll do is subsidize the non-white population.

A perfect example is the Theodore Roosevelt Damn in Arizona allowing the cheap farm labor of illegal Mexicans to come into the area in the early 1900s. The United States even had a "false flag" with its actor Pancho Via in Mexico to start a conflict that'd push a bunch of Mexicans to become refugees into the United States after the damn was finished.

Alexander Long
Alexander Long

Modern nuclear power is very safe, resulting in far fewer deaths and much less harm to the environment that coal or renewables. But try telling that to the tree huggers.
It doesnt matter if its thorium. They will still protest against it because they believe its evil nuclear power that nuclear bombs are made from.

Lucas Watson
Lucas Watson

If you think Rothschilds are bad just wait for Rothsparents.

Parker Turner
Parker Turner

That time of the month again?

Jeremiah Green
Jeremiah Green

Look nigger, if the jews could do it for cheap and charge your ass the same, they would.

Dylan James
Dylan James

You just said gassing the kikes is the only way. Who have you assassinated? No one, because you're COINTELPRO.

Sebastian Parker
Sebastian Parker

But it is cheap, relatively speaking. But why would they when they have a monopoly on oil?

Landon Myers
Landon Myers

The tree huggers movement was created by the British royals to co opt the Teddy Roosevelt's conservation movement and turn it into genocidal depopulation.

isgp-studies.com/1001-club-of-the-wwf

Connor Morris
Connor Morris

You can kill all of them. Rockefellers, high-level freemasons, knights of malta, Soros. Doesn't matter, you just go ahead and start shooting since you're totally not FBI.

Eli King
Eli King

I know it is, on paper. While we could produce power cheaply, setting aside (((regulations))) to drive up costs if you can even get approval, they would take all that profit and pocket it, not give you cheaper power. The other issue is, they stand to make more money creating problems and remedying the symptoms vs. finding permanent fixes that make everyone happy and content. There's no money in anyone else being comfortable but them.

Caleb Sanchez
Caleb Sanchez

No, they wouldn't, because they wouldn't be able to. That's the whole point of this. The ridiculous oil industry profits exist because they can control the industry from a few key points and have enforced their cartel using American military force. Showing people that cheaper energy has been available for 50 years exposes the bankruptcy of the whole regime, and forces them to open the floodgates of economic growth.

Adrian Watson
Adrian Watson

Honestly I think we need to invest in nanites so we can use them to sterilise the non-white people. The jews will never allows that clean energy to happen.

Liam Rogers
Liam Rogers

the jews get to escape into space on thorium spaceships while the rest of the world turns to nigger
feels bad man

Jonathan Anderson
Jonathan Anderson

be able
implying it isn't what they already do
Lurk 2 years.

Jackson Foster
Jackson Foster

Don't make anything better, because the Jews will just steal it

Right on cue.

William Morris
William Morris

Implying that the populace will continue to allow them to dominate when they realize what has been possible for decades.

Implying that the regime isn't already hanging on by a thread due to widespread realization that something is horribly wrong.

Mason Phillips
Mason Phillips

Thorium isn't even real you IDIOT

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Logan Gutierrez
Logan Gutierrez

Are you ok?

Anthony Anderson
Anthony Anderson

Kill yourself, redditor. Never post here again.

Leo Myers
Leo Myers

Reactors cannot melt down
That is entirely orthogonal to thorium. You could use any nuclear fuel in a molten salt reactor and the same thing would be true.
No risk of nuclear proliferation
That isn't true, and I have no idea why you would act like that is a benefit.
No carbon or air pollution
CO2 is not a problem you retarded lefty faggot.
Cheaper than even coal or natural gas
If that were true, we'd already be using it. Currently it is vastly more expensive, which is why we're not using it. If you could make shitloads of money undercutting every other energy producer on the planet, people would be doing it.
Food can be grown indoors without pesticides at a lower cost than outdoor agriculture
That would still be more expensive than outdoors, and we can already grow food outdoors without pesticides. Stop with the anti-nature techno-dystopian kikery. Permaculture can provide more food than we need. There's no need for idiotic hipster faggot indoor lettuce farming.

Leo Cook
Leo Cook

If you have the space and a plentiful supply of shit, a biodigester will produce methane to run a slightly modified 4-stroke generator and voila! Free energy.

Not cost free, obviously, but free from dependence upon the energy supplier's cartel, terms and conditions applied.

David Hughes
David Hughes

Currently it is vastly more expensive, which is why we're not using it.

The US government has deemed Thorium a nuclear precursor. This means it requires special and expensive licences to handle, which means wide scale research on reactors has been strangled in the crib.
Another side effect has been to push strategic rare earth metal production to China, because many of North America's rare earth deposits are "contaminated" (it's actually quite easy to remove) with Thorium

So…yaaaay government.

Kayden Powell
Kayden Powell

I see you farmin primals in shadowmoon valley

Tyler James
Tyler James

Thorium and Thorium reactors are cheaper, in fact they already knew this before they built the first Nuclear Reactor as scientist were split between the choice of Uranium and Thorium. The reason they ultimately chose Uranium was not money.

"The fissioning of an atom of uranium-235 in the reactor of a nuclear power plant produces two to three neutrons, and these neutrons can be absorbed by uranium-238 to produce plutonium-239 and other isotopes."
"Plutonium-239 is the primary fissile isotope used for the production of nuclear weapons"

Anthony Cox
Anthony Cox

yea man, I'm gonna waste my life going Robert Brower on jews so I can go to jail. Take your fucking meds faggot. you are worrying about shit post revolution, I'll be amazed if you can find an electric generator let alone the means to develope a thorium reactor.

Ryder Myers
Ryder Myers

It is a nuclear precursor. Show me a budget for any nuclear plant, regardless of fuel, where regulatory costs come any where close to 1% of the cost. You can't say "oh the US makes it expensive", why aren't there any in China then?

Thorium and Thorium reactors are cheaper
Then why aren't they being used?
The reason they ultimately chose Uranium was not money.
That statement is both wrong and irrelevant. Nobody is building Uranium plants either. Nuclear is not cost competitive right now. Natural gas needs to be way more expensive before nuclear is worth the investment.

Zachary White
Zachary White

not knowing how to rewire an alternator to use for power production via wind/water turbine or pedal

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Jackson Kelly
Jackson Kelly

If you have useful information, then post it. Otherwise, STFU

Dominic Sullivan
Dominic Sullivan

You don't need to rewire an alternator, the entire reason to use an alternator is that it is already designed to do exactly what you want.

Julian Diaz
Julian Diaz

Muh nuclear proliferation
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liquid_fluoride_thorium_reactor#Safety
The LFTR resists diversion of its fuel to nuclear weapons in four ways: first, the thorium-232 breeds by converting first to protactinium-233, which then decays to uranium-233. If the protactinium remains in the reactor, small amounts of U-232 are also produced. U-232 has a decay chain product (thallium-208) that emits powerful, dangerous gamma rays. These are not a problem inside a reactor, but in a bomb, they complicate bomb manufacture, harm electronics and reveal the bomb's location.[57] The second proliferation resistant feature comes from the fact that LFTRs produce very little plutonium, around 15 kg per gigawatt-year of electricity (this is the output of a single large reactor over a year). This plutonium is also mostly Pu-238, which makes it unsuitable for fission bomb building, due to the high heat and spontaneous neutrons emitted. The third track, a LFTR doesn't make much spare fuel. It produces at most 9% more fuel than it burns each year, and it's even easier to design a reactor that makes only 1% more fuel. With this kind of reactor, building bombs quickly will take power plants out of operation, and this is an easy indication of national intentions. And finally, use of thorium can reduce and eventually eliminate the need to enrich uranium. Uranium enrichment is one of the two primary methods by which states have obtained bomb making materials
CO2 not a problem
True. It is a useful meme.
If it were cheaper we'd be using it
You are aware that the oil industry murders people and drags the entire nation into wars, aren't you? OP included an expert who estimates thorium would be half the cost of coal. I think that's high, I would put it closer to 1c/kwh.
Indoor agriculture is more expensive
With cheap electricity the cost of producing one unit of food is significantly lower than planting outdoors, because the yields are so much higher. Indoor agriculture is already marginally profitable for things like salads for high-end restaurants and highly population-dense areas with little arable land.

Zachary Rogers
Zachary Rogers

regulatory costs are too high
why aren't they being built?
You answered your own question. The oil industry, which was locked down by the British after WWII, wanted to put every other form of energy out of business. From a pure engineering perspective, a thorium reactor should cost far less than a natural gas or coal plant. The only difference is ridiculous regulations that the British Empire and their Saudi friends use to keep prices high.
Nobody is building uranium plants either
India and China are building them like crazy.

William Fisher
William Fisher

I thought it was still only theoretical

Easton Garcia
Easton Garcia

The 300 MWe Thorium High Temperature Reactor (THTR) at Hamm-Uentrop in Germany operated with thorium-HEU fuel between 1983 and 1989, when it was shut down due to technical problems. Over half of its 674,000 pebbles contained Th-HEU fuel particles (the rest comprised graphite moderator and some neutron absorbers). These were continuously moved through the reactor as it operated, and on average each fuel pebble passed six times through the core.

The 40 MWe Peach Bottom HTR in the USA was a demonstration thorium-fuelled reactor that ran from 1967-74.2 It used a thorium-HEU fuel in the form of microspheres of mixed thorium-uranium carbide coated with pyrolytic carbon. These were embedded in annular graphite segments (not pebbles). This reactor produced 33 billion kWh over 1349 equivalent full-power days with a capacity factor of 74%.

The 330 MWe Fort St Vrain HTR in Colorado, USA, was a larger-scale commercial successor to the Peach Bottom reactor and ran from 1976-89. It also used thorium-HEU fuel in the form of microspheres of mixed thorium-uranium carbide coated with silicon oxide and pyrolytic carbon to retain fission products. These were embedded in graphite ‘compacts’ that were arranged in hexagonal columns ('prisms'). Almost 25 tonnes of thorium was used in fuel for the reactor, much of which attained a burn-up of about 170 GWd/t.

A unique thorium-fuelled light water breeder reactor operated from 1977 to 1982 at Shippingport in the USA3 – it used uranium-233 as the fissile driver in special fuel assemblies that had movable ‘seed’ regions which allowed the level of neutron moderation to be gradually increased as the fuel agede. The reactor core was housed in a reconfigured early PWR. It operated with a power output of 60 MWe (236 MWt) and an availability factor of 86% producing over 2.1 billion kWh. Post-operation inspections revealed that 1.39% more fissile fuel was present at the end of core life, proving that breeding had occurred. A 2007 NRC report quotes a breeding ratio of 1.01. Chemically reprocessing the fuel was not attempted.

Indian heavy water reactors (PHWRs) have for a long time used thorium-bearing fuel bundles for power flattening in some fuel channels – especially in initial cores when special reactivity control measures are needed.

world-nuclear.org/information-library/current-and-future-generation/thorium.aspx

There were molten salt reactors in the 1960s. They didn't use thorium, but it isn't a big leap to use the same reactor design with a different fuel.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Molten-Salt_Reactor_Experiment

Samuel Lopez
Samuel Lopez

Fusion Energy is still where we need SHOULD invest in, not to mention a little something that Fusion can do is to create materials that currently dont exist on Earth, or potentially anywhere.

And fusion is the galaxies single most best energy solution.

But sure Thorium we should Also invest in, but Fusion should be number 1, Thorium number 2, solar and wind at best maybe 3 or 4.
Nuclear fission, probably 3, maybe 5 dependant on place of the reactors, and how efficient they can become and how much the fuel can be depleted, like Candle breeders for instance.

Jackson Cox
Jackson Cox

The nuclear jew, ITT
support thorium, goyim, it's very safe
give us all your sheckels so we can continue to poison you and dig u2o3 up at huge expense for the queen
No, instead of spending 60 billion on some shitbox old poison tech per reactor, spend it on PUBLIC R&D for gating the ether. It's been peer reviewed already and proven to work but suppressed longer than any of you faggots have been alive.

sage because the nuclear jew is anti-white

Oliver Rogers
Oliver Rogers

molten salt reactors
Do you even have any understanding of the difficulty to contain molten salt? It's hard enough to handle galvanic corrosion with BWRs (which has caused many failures) and you are suggesting to run MOLTEN FUCKING SALT?
There is a reason only a few have ever been built.

Josiah Young
Josiah Young

the difficulty to contain molten salt

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Leo Brooks
Leo Brooks

Do you even have any understanding of the difficulty to contain molten salt?
They ran a molten salt reactor for several years back in the 1960s. .1 shekels have been deposited into your account by British Petroleum.

Brandon Collins
Brandon Collins

Thinking that we'll ever get this under Jews
Thinking that as long as they're in power they'll give up their fake semitic invented concept of "limited resource" and monopoly over it

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Charles Gutierrez
Charles Gutierrez

Oy vey! Don't go undermining our energy monopoly, you silly little goyim! Don't you know we'll just steal everything! Now, go back to work, and pay your taxes and interest on time.

Daniel Reyes
Daniel Reyes

BP shill
No, fuck both petro and nuke poison. Both are cancer. Wind and solar isn't much better either, it's practically cancer too.
The real option is Tesla and Moray related. Tesla showed everyone the way a century ago yet people went to university to learn all the Hertzian, Maxwell horse shit instead and gobbled it up like good goyim and called people that sourced from peer reviewed material proving them wrong 'kooks'.
Fucking modern day brainwashed 'sjw-tier' credentialists. Even god damn Faraday and (((Einstein))) bowed to Tesla.

Wyatt Watson
Wyatt Watson

No, no, goy. You can't go disrupting our business model with cheap energy from proven technologies. You have to waste your efforts on this "free energy" bullshit I just made up and can't explain. Back to work, slave!

Alexander Torres
Alexander Torres

ZPE > Thorium

Jayden Martin
Jayden Martin

muh credentialists
Top kek. You're a shill, but at least you're trying. Keep on being one of the good ones, and enjoy your 10 cents.

Jackson Thomas
Jackson Thomas

torpedo calls fullchan shilling for Tesla a shill
Nice try, faggot.
You're here unironically shilling nuke tech that is broken from the beginning. Did you ever look at how much maintenance a molten salt plant requires? I've already dug into the nuke industry for years when (((Fukushima))) happened and found out what a scam it was, let alone the thorium larp.
Every few months you faggots make a thorium thread here. Nuke tech died in the 60s, it's a net negative energy production when you consider the mining, refining and clean up/dismantling then storing the old fuel. Thorium reduces that but it's still not a solution to use molten salt.
The only benefit to nukes is being able to generate energy in places where it would not naturally be able to do so, where you could also argue it's not natural to have such fucking cancerouly high population densities in teh first place ffs.
If you call Tesla bullshit, then you should stop using a computer or phone or modern power grid. It wouldn't work without his inventions you faggot.

Ryan Harris
Ryan Harris

You're using Tor and that upsets me because I'm working for five eyes and I'm used to knowing who I'm talking to
It's too expensive but I can't explain why I disagree with the opinion of experts showing it will be much cheaper than coal
Population density is too high, we need to (((depopulate)))
Still won't explain his free energy ideas because he made them up or doesn't understand them

Justin Thomas
Justin Thomas

it thinks tor protects it from fiveyes
<wut are hardware/firmware backdoors
Most of your exit nodes are compromised, faggot.

Again, look at why molten salt reactors are not widespread. IIRC there are 1 or 2, one is in Japan for R&D and another is a research reactor elsewhere.
It's because of the corrosive properties of 500°+ salt and it requires frequent maintenance. If it was truly cheaper then coal it would be everywhere. You do realize how much sway the nuke industry has? They own quite a few media companies including Fox and basically buried the fact that Fukushima was about 3-4x worse than Chernobyl.

Moray is peer reviewed pulling 50kW from thin air. PEER REVIEWED. Just like Tesla doing much the same. He's a fake now too according to you? Again the patents of Nikola Tesla are easily found, go and look them up. Sounds like you are the lazy nigger. But I'll spoon feed you because you are a lazy tornigger

<muh tesla boooks
Nikola Tesla: Lectures, patents, articles, beograd, 1956
Tribute to Tesla, Beograd 1961
Tesla - Colorado Springs Notes 1899-1900 (1978).djvu
Get djvulibre
Get the Tesla - Marconi deposition hearing it's a great explanation for newfags by the man himself.
His Patents also have some interesting reading. Some of the more widely known ones to begin down this path include;
Patent US645576 - System of transmission of electrical energy.
Patent US649621 - Apparatus for transmission of electrical energy.
I'd also very highly recommend to read The Sea of Energy in Which the Earth Floats by Thomas Henry Moray. He is peer reviewed pulling ~50kW out of thin air using basically a glorified crystal radio, with a commonly available material.
T.Gaelen Hieronymus might also be of interest, did some really funky shit too.
T.T.Brown also but more his USAF research which went black in 50s' when boeing was making advertisements of 'future planes without fuel and wings'.. He proved that highly charged discs in vacuum weigh less than without charge and thus negated any claims of 'ionic wind'.

But strangely no one does further research down these avenues because faggots like you who should be digging are so blindly stuck on your primitive nuclear kettles.

Daniel Adams
Daniel Adams

It shows up On infrared so it can’t be used in war machines that are stealthy. So it’ll never get legitimately funded.

Joseph Martinez
Joseph Martinez

That's pretty much the current enforced global policy yeah, do you think that Jews will want development of groundbreaking new technologies that doesn't benefit them? Like resurrecting old ones like ones Pioneered by National Socialist Germany such as mass facilitating Carbon cracking to manufacture synthethic oil since 1936? Or like how japanese scientists managed to figure out how to synthesize gold from mercury in fission reactors by neutron bombardment. Of course not.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Synthetic_fuel

"By early 1944, German synthetic fuel production had reached more than 124,000 barrels per day (19,700 m3/d) from 25 plants" - n 1937, the four central Germany lignite coal plants at Böhlen, Leuna, Magdeburg/Rothensee, and Zeitz, along with the Ruhr Area bituminous coal plant at Scholven/Buer, had produced 4.8 million barrels (760×103 m3) of fuel. Four new hydrogenation

This is technology and production which is 100% possible, but it's being shut down and seemingly erased from history because the Jews in order to maintain a market monopoly need to halt big steps in technological advancement for profit with the fake idea of "limited resources" to keep their dominion and slow drip profit scheme going while they get richer and we get poorer by the day, promoting their fake idea that we all have to rely on them in every way or be unable to have a nation.

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Lucas Morris
Lucas Morris

r like how japanese scientists managed to figure out how to synthesize gold from mercury in fission reactors by neutron bombardment. Of course not.
Interesting any further info?. Also heard of ruskies doing it at super super high temps with plasma, in fact they could make almost anything with this method and even stuff that normally isn't possible.

Their synthetic fuel wasn't as good as bong/burger fuel though and why they got fucked in the air battle eventually, because of (mostly) anti-detonation additives they were not using.

Daniel Roberts
Daniel Roberts

If thorium is so cheap, why isn't it being used everywhere?
My Tesla space magic is not being used everywhere because of big oil

Ok.

Brayden James
Brayden James

Tesla is being used everywhere you idiot.
Just not all of his work, due to a massive disinfo campaign which goes down to the education level through to university and began about 100 years ago.
Prior to that he had the most acclaimed scientists in the world praising him. What the fuck else do you think happened? It's certainly not big oil btw.

Joseph Hill
Joseph Hill

it's a net negative energy production
Ask me how I know you don't know shit about orders of magnitude?

Jason Hernandez
Jason Hernandez

nuclear jew
Pretty much every country that isn't a total shit gets the majority of its energy from nuclear. Not sure why you have such a hateboner

Michael Richardson
Michael Richardson

Tesla showed everyone the way a century ago
Yes yes elves live in the hallow earth and there is a secret Nazi colony in Antarctica we all know

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Nicholas Brooks
Nicholas Brooks

Because Royal Dutch Shell is paying their bills.

Jeremiah James
Jeremiah James

tokamak motherfucker

Charles Gray
Charles Gray

Thorium reactors have been a meme for 20 years and will never break through and allowed. Anyone promoting it at this point is either ignorant or a penny stock bagholder that fell for the hype.

Fact.

Ethan Watson
Ethan Watson

</br>
fact
please go back back

Jonathan Bailey
Jonathan Bailey

You were already headed off

Jack Harris
Jack Harris

except user is correct. the failures the old reactors had were due to the molten salt corroding the separation plates between critical sections. The materials do not exist yet that can last long enough to make current thorium reactor designs worthwhile. replacing the plates doesn't work either because the entire reactor has to be shut down and evacuated to remove and replace the damaged areas.

Thorium has huge potential but we need some serious materials and chemical engineering to tackle the hurdles

Joseph Lewis
Joseph Lewis

Imagine a world where the US is producing power for 1c/kwh

lack of energy is not our problem. think about all the energy used by nogs to cause trouble because they are given cheap food

think of all the energy used by cops to opress

we have too much energy being used in bad ways. fix that problem

we have tons of food and tons of energy retard. But America also has tons of problems.

Julian Peterson
Julian Peterson

the reactor failed
The reactor in MSRE did not fail.
you can't shut down a reactor for maintenance
You're clearly making things up, BP.

Christopher Davis
Christopher Davis

The problem isn't our energy monopoly, goy! It's all those shitskins! They're the ones you need to fight!

Lincoln Smith
Lincoln Smith

You are aware that the oil industry murders people and drags the entire nation into wars
You are aware that the oil industry doesn't give a shit about oil, they just care about money right? If nuclear was profitable, they'd do it. They are all over solar and wind and other bogus "green" bullshit because it pays.
With cheap electricity the cost of producing one unit of food is significantly lower than planting outdoors
No it isn't, cheap is still more expensive than free, which the sun is.
because the yields are so much higher
Yields are far lower, and most crops haven't even been successfully grown indoors.
Indoor agriculture is already marginally profitable for things like salads for high-end restaurants and highly population-dense areas with little arable land.
No it isn't. There's nobody doing it at all, because it is totally retarded. It is just jewish techno dystopian nonsense they push because they hate nature.

You answered your own question.
Regulatory costs are too high in every single country? Even ones with absolutely no regulations? China is investing tons of money into research on thorium. If it were actually cost effective, they would be using it. But sure, the chinese government is actively preventing the chinese government from doing it with their regulations right?
From a pure engineering perspective, a thorium reactor should cost far less than a natural gas or coal plant.
We can't even build one, we have no idea what it would cost. We can only build temporary ones that last a few decades before the molten salt causes too much corrosion. Those are too expensive to compete with anything.
India and China are building them like crazy.
Which contradicts your belief that thorium is held back by nuclear regulations.

Luke Lewis
Luke Lewis

They will still protest against it because they believe its evil nuclear power that nuclear bombs are made from.
Oh shit. Peaceful protests. Those always work…. at letting Israel gain control of tech they want like stem cell research.

Jackson Long
Jackson Long

monopoly???? energy would change lives how???

fucking retarded

Hunter Thompson
Hunter Thompson

ur just lazy thats why you dont have a job and thats why you dont have energy

sad

Nolan Moore
Nolan Moore

the oil industry would give up all of their profits and just let people make energy from a literal industrial waste
vertical farming does not exist
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vertical_farming

Kayden Parker
Kayden Parker

Oil industry monopoly? What's that?

Colton Turner
Colton Turner

This is entry level material retard, shit like this has been posted in every redpill thread going back five years. I'm going to give you the benefit of the doubt and assume you're a retard who doesn't know to lurk before posting (where you eventually run into this information) instead of a shill purposely introducing doubt to muddy the waters as to what is common Zig Forums knowledge.

Jeremiah Phillips
Jeremiah Phillips

So, you don't have a source and you can't explain anything?