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China seems to be assuming world leadership by tackling the world's most important problem.  Ok, fine. Go for it China. We in the US buy "made in China" good every day. Please - sell us many Thorium reactors - but do it fast. Global warming is about to take California down through drought. 
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T.E.A. Conference 6 — May 29 and 30, 2014
http://www.thoriumenergyalliance.com/ThoriumSite/TEAC6.html
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It's Our World: Is nuclear power the future of green energy?
But a little-known radioactive element called thorium could supply the world with all its energy requirements for 10,000 years.
http://www.examiner.co.uk/news/west-yorkshire-news/its-world-nuclear-power-future-6692938

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Join "Citizens for Green Nuclear  Power" a Google community group. Google the name and contact us. Thank you. We are of the same mind on nuclear, especially new technologies like Thorium LFTR. thank you. Bill Gloege
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Germany tried solar and wind to replace nuclear. After several years they ended up with more coal. Next generation nuclear is the true green solution.
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A group in Northeast Ohio is promoting an alternative form of atomic power that they say promises safer and cheaper nuclear reactors: #Thorium.
A group in Northeast Ohio is promoting an alternative form of atomic power that they say promises safer and cheaper nuclear reactors: Thorium. But critics say its time as a viable energy source has passed.
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Exploring alternative uses of #Thorium
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David Suzuki agrees that #Thorium  is better than fossils, but thinks we should not research it, rather stick with solar and wind.
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... and presumably grow our battery supply industry a hundredfold or more for when those sources aren't generating? Doesn't sound very green to me.

If non-despatchable generation's lack of viable energy storage options can appeal to future technologies, so can nuclear. The latter already has the ultimate energy storage system to call on, and the batteries (heavy nuclei) are already charged.
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Can a little-known element, named for the mythological Norse god, Thor, provide safe nuclear power and a path to long-term energy independence for all?  Several scientists are shouting, “Yes!” - Read more:
http://americanfreepress.net/?p=14456 #thorium  
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look this video please please please, Thanks
( you can also have a look on this Pr wiki http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vincent_Courtillot )

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Discussion and promotion of the research and development of thorium based nuclear technology as a safe, clean and abundant source of energy.
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Thorium Forum discusses and promotes the research and development of thorium based nuclear technology as a safe, clean and abundant source of energy.