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Thorium, the next nuclear fuel?

mrshermanoaks (921067) writes | more than 4 years ago

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mrshermanoaks (921067) writes "When the nuclear choices were being made, we went with uranium because it had the byproduct of producing plutonium that could be weaponized. But thorium is safer and easier to work with, and may cause a lot fewer headaches. So why are we not building these reactors?"
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Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30621462)

Seems that this story hasn't had any comments at all, in hours ...

I for one would like to be the first to welcome our new Thorium-powered overlords.

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