Another Interview with Jim Puplava's "Financial Sense"

I was very happy to be invited to be a part of Jim Puplava’s “Financial Sense Newshour” again. Jim and I had a great conversation last year and this represented a follow-up on recent developments.

I hope you enjoy the interview, which you can download in a variety of different audio files or read the transcript (but I think the audio versions are better).

Jim Puplava’s Financial Sense: “Kirk Sorensen on Thorium–The Magic Elixir That Could Solve Our Energy Needs and Global Warming”



5 Replies to "Another Interview with Jim Puplava's "Financial Sense""

  • Gordon McDowell
    April 16, 2012 (2:05 pm)

    Kirk, no idea why but when I use my ipPhone to tap a link in your blog entry to Jim Puplava's piece it loads a blank page. Maybe you want to verify with your Droid it doesn't do that? It works fine on my PC.

    Just listened to it. Thanks for the big, loud, call to action. Certainly helps explain why donations jumped up towards the end of the campaign.

    Looking forward to seeing you pre-TEAC4. And I'm even more curious to see some of the Energy Summit footage… not just the interview. I really hope someone taped that!

  • RobertM
    April 20, 2012 (12:44 am)

    I don't see any transcript…………….. i can't be bothered passively listening for so long

    did it mention china?
    did it mention that using thorium to produce energy will enable unlimited and cheaper earth metals, due to the fact that thorium ore is the largest source of rare earth metals on earth?
    did it mention the usa energy policy "or lack thereof" falls directly into the hands of big oil, big coal, and corrupt solar companies?
    did it mention that the only time usa will use thorium is if china does it first(and they will)?

  • Thomas Wang
    April 22, 2012 (1:34 am)

    The way I figure why US is not moving forward on Thorium technology is from how Department of Energy funds its joint development programs, that it's heavily dependent on GE and Westinghouse funding. Department of Energy is just too afraid to upset the existing Light Water Reactor players. These existing players do not want to see a disruptive technology such as Thorium to become deployed.

    Fear to upset existing industry partners is a big factor at DOE. This explains all the strange behaviors they have with regard to Thorium.

  • Dr. Kenneth Noisewat
    May 6, 2012 (3:30 pm)

    Any word on the last fission plant shutdown in Japan?

  • F. R. Eggers
    October 25, 2012 (3:18 pm)

    The DVD "Thorium Remix 2011" is available in DVD format only from

    Because of the risk of identity theft (Amazon keeps credit and debit card information in their computer files), I will not buy anything from Amazon.

    To maximize distribution of the DVD, it should be available from other sources.

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