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(PhysOrg.com) -- A University of California, Berkeley, geophysicist has made the first-ever measurement of the strength of the magnetic field inside Earth's core, 1,800 miles underground.
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".....Mora’s case joins a growing list of crimes against environmentalists in Costa Rica. Since 1989, the murder of 10 environmentalists have gone unsolved.................................."
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27 August 2015
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Letter from Kazakhstan: Why we believe in the nuclear fuel bank
Kairat Umarov
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Two government lab researchers are in the process of licensing technology that could improve disposing of and tracking radioactive waste.
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"".......our hope that the Iran agreement concluded in July will be fully implemented and scrupulously enforced..............."

  Kairat Umarov is Kazakhstan’s ambassador to the United States.
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

Kazakhstan has demonstrated that a peaceful foreign policy, openness, and cooperation—as opposed to possessing and threatening to use weapons of mass destruction—are essential to security and prosperity. It is our hope that the Iran agreement concluded in July will be fully implemented and scrupulously enforced so that it, too, can be a model for international nonproliferation cooperation."
With the US Congress soon to vote on the nuclear deal between Iran and six world powers, opinion polls suggest that the American public is divided over whether to accept it. One new factor to consider is a development that could potentially reinforce the agreement, while minimizing any incentives for Iran to pursue uranium fuel production capabilities.
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"This IAEA fuel bank will enable and encourage peaceful uses of nuclear energy, while reducing the risks of proliferation and reducing the risks of catastrophic terrorism," former US Senator Sam Nunn said in a speech after the signing in the Kazakh capital Astana.

Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/world/worlds-first-nuclear-fuel-bank-hosted-by-kazakhtan-partfinanced-by-warren-buffett-20150827-gj9o6d.html#ixzz3k7GERxq7
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The world's first bank of low-enriched uranium will be built in the ex-Soviet nation to ensure fuel supplies for nuclear power stations and encourage nuclear non-proliferation.
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I totally support an International effort to pursue LFTR. THe potential is humanity's launch into THe THorium Age and realizing our presence in THe Universe. THe biosphere should become a life sanctuary and all toxic industries should be SPACE BASED.
Introduction
 Auguries of Innocence
To see a world in a grain of sand,
And a heaven in a wild flower,
Hold infinity in the palm of your hand,
And eternity in an hour.

http://www.artofeurope.com/blake/bla3.htm

With the CO2 concentrations accumulating at record levels a more robust
strategy is required like deploying of the Liquid Fluoride Thorium Reactor(LFTR). China is investing $1B a year beginning in 2011 March. Another American R&D not pursued by US. LFTRs R&D at Oak Ridge by Dr Alvin Weinberg (holder of patents on the Light Water Reator(LWR){TMI, Chernobyl and Fukushima type} and the Molten Salt Reactor(MSR))successfully explored the element Thorium as a source for a discretely manageable Nuclear process to produce electrical power. Uranium (rare as gold) verses Thorium (common as lead). The (solid fuel reactor) LWR consumes about 5% of the solid fuel with tons of mean,sizzling radioactive waste requiring Yucca Mountain type storage for 10,000 years. A(Fluid molten salt reactor)LFTR  consumes 96% of several different types of fuel: 1)LWR Nuclear waste (no Yucca mountain needed),2)Weapons Grade material, and 3)natural thorium with a minuscule amount of waste requiring 500 years of storage. The Nuclear Waste burden is only resolved economically with the (MSR)LFTR producing clean electricity absent CO2 and Mercury emissions. LFTRs are cheaper than coal.


http://www.motherboard.tv/2011/11/9/motherboard-tv-the-thorium-dream

The Convenient Truth is The Liquid Fluoride Thorium Reactor is
The Earth Friendly Nuclear Reactor.  

One day I hope soon, It will be recognized that will live and thrive in a Nuclear Cosmos. It will evolve into a similar
rational as a round/flat world argument.

All of your alternative energy technologies
are all anemic distant cousins of nuclear 
power generation via the Sun. The clincher
is that the Earth's density of the Star Dust Radioactive Isotopes {Thorium232, Uranium 238, Potassium40,etc...,}generate life sustaining warmth and the electromagnetic shield protecting our biosphere's life sustaining atmosphere from the solar winds
for more than 5 Billion years. These isotopes
are the Guardians of the life sustaining bio-shere supporting the only speck of life
in the Cosmos. We need to "KNOW NUKES NOW" and learn to exploit and populate our
Cosmos. 

PLANET THORIUM

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