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David LeBlanc – TEAC5 Talk – Terrestrial Energy
http://youtu.be/4brIE0zlKWU
Talks by Kirk Sorensen
Kirk Sorensen at TEDxYYC 2011 in Alberta
Lessons for the Liquid Fluoride Thorium Reactor (from history) – July 20, 2009

Kirk’s Statement at Blue Ribbon Commission

Google Tech Talk  – Is Nuclear Waste Really Waste? posted Dec 6th 2010

Talk by Charles BartonThorium Conference Webcam Delivery – Oct 2009

Talks by Robert HargravesAim High! Lecture at Dartmouth posted Fri., Sept. 24, 2010
Vermont Yankee Talk Part One … … Part Two … … Part Three

Talks by David LeBlanc

Liquid Fluoride Reactors a New Beginning for an Old Idea – February 2009

Liquid Fluoride Reactors: Luxury of Choice – October 2009   Part One … … …  Part Two

ORNL Talk Liquid Fluoride Reactors: An Exploration of Design Space – May 2010

David LeBlanc explains why thorium reactors need a lot less fissile nuclear material to start and for ongoing operation

Joe Bonometti Google Tech Talk What Fusion Wanted to Be

Thorium Remix 10 minutes … … 16 minutes … …  25 minutes Edited to say a lot in small space (densely edited – pun intended) Gordon McDowell

Rod Adams

Blue Ribbon Commission Statement … … Shoreham Movie … … Atomic Energy – It’s Worth a Lot

Does Civilization Have a Promising energy Future – Features Per Peterson and Steven Chu

Gwyneth Cravens Talks – Progressive Policy Institute Nuclear Debate

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  • Gwyneth Cravens, author of “Power to Save the World: The Truth About Nuclear Energy” addresses the forum entitle “Is Atomic Energy A Cure for Climate Change? Environmentalists Debate the Future of Nuclear Power.”

    The Myth about Dangerous Nuclear Energy

    One Minute on a Thorium LFTR Building

    Advertising that supports development

    Centrica Energy Advertisement in UK … … … Areva Ad in English

    One More in a Growing List of People who have changed their mind Ewan McGregor.

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  • Blake Millar, Research Architect, world's fair proposal, city of Toronto
    September 9, 2016 - 4:43 pm | Permalink

    fluoride salt neuclear reactors:
    current manufacturers in Asia and North America
    capacities and installation requirements

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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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