We the People say Molten Salt Reactors Should Replace Coal Plants

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  • Justin Gibbons
    April 11, 2014 - 3:25 pm | Permalink

    I came across my interest in Thorium while writing a research paper on the topic for college. I have the hardest time believing that it has taken so long to even entertain the idea of thorium nuclear power. It is a safe, viable, and plentiful fuel with great opportunity for centuries to come.

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  • Quick Facts: [Thorium Element 90 in periodic table] [Burns up fuel much more efficiently than traditional reactors] [leaves barely any waste behind] [3 x more abundant than uranium] [MSRs run at high temp in liquid molten mixture of fluoride - heat useful for purifying water] [looks like blue water] [no pressure needed] [much safer because of passive safety] [Less expensive to build because it is smaller and easier to build with no pressurized containment needed] [can run without water therefore good for dry and remote locations][molten salt is very stable]

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