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My prediction for the SBS ‘Uranium’ series was delightfully wrong!

A few weeks ago I predicted that, from the tone of the SBS documentary series “Uranium: twisting the dragon’s tail” it would not cover the new generation of breeder reactors that can eat nuclear waste. But I was wrong! Physicist … Continue reading

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Thorcon ready to go with today’s technology

Because the climate emergency is so critical now, ThorCon have developed a BURNER Molten Salt Reactor that could sell electricity at 3cents / kWh, which is half the price of coal. Again, this is a BURNER that will not eat … Continue reading

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Help me identify past MSR funding

Hi all, I’m trying to find out how much funding molten salt reactors have had, especially thorium. Kirk Sorenson claims there has been very little since the late 1960’s, and I’m just trying to confirm that there are no other … Continue reading

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Another fear meme doing the rounds

Check this out. Note the distinct lack of information, and overt use of colour. It must be bad. The stuff is RED!  😉 I mean, seriously: what does this post even mean?

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Hiroshima and Nagasaki bite back

We all know that the Manhattan Project built the nuclear bombs Little Boy — dropped on Hiroshima — and Fat Man — dropped on Nagasaki. Terrible times. But not many Australians know that Hanford  Site was one of 30 sites involved in … Continue reading

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