Ford Vs. Cadillac and Thorium N’est-ce Pas? Commentary by Jon Morrow One of my extracurricular activities other than working for the EFTF (Energy From Thorium Foundation) is helping to run a pretty large focus group that helps politicians and corporations make better marketing decisions. What
Commentary by Jon Morrow 2050: Fearing Fear Itself In the thorium advocacy community, we have all heard the stories as to why “they” will never let thorium-based molten salt reactors (like a LFTR Liquid Fluoride Thorium Reactor) be built. Many of us can never identify just who “
Commentary by Jon Morrow For those of us interested in the environment, a large, visible, and costly concern should be landfills and waste management. A modern society produces millions of tons of garbage and the age-old technology of burying trash is still with us in the year 2014. While we have ma
-commentary by Jon Morrow Many people draw their own conclusions about energy -from other peoples conclusions of energy -and many of those people formed their opinions based on faulty information or information relayed to them with an agenda. Many conclusions formed upon energy are normally formed
Commentary by Jon Morrow- The South China Post reported on March 18th that the Chinese government has greatly accelerated its plans to produce a commercialized LFTR (Liquid Fluoride Thorium Reactor), which is a type of MSR Molten Salt Reactor. The previous goal set for the development of this
-Story by Jon Morrow Cleveland, Ohio- Radiophobia (fear of all forms of radiation) has plagued the nuclear industry since its inception but its rise to prominence hit a fever pitch after the Three Mile Island accident and the movie the China Syndrome was released. Today, we can see that Americans ar
Thank You to everyone who attended and helped to make this event a huge success.
Julian Rosenman MD PhD
Dr. Julian Rosenman gives lecture on the great potential of Alpha-immunotherapy and its ability to eradicate cancer with the proper delivery system. Alpha-immunoherapy utilizes Actinium 225 which can be produced by a LFTR. Currently, Actinium is rare and very expensive.
Kirk speaks o the crowd at OSU about the need to develop a LFTR and why LFTR, up till now, has not been developed.
Dr. Heather Willauer
Dr. Heather Willauer talks to Ohio State attendees about how her team has successfully turned seawater into jet fuel. The high heat needed for this process could be an application for LFTR.
Dr. Robert Hargraves
Dr. Robert Hargraves makes the economic and humanitarian case for a Thorium based MSR (Molten Salt Reactor)
Dr. Charles Forsberg
Dr. Charles Forsberg of MIT and ORNL explains the benefits of MSRs (Molten Salt Reactors)
Dr. Henry Cialone
Dr. Henry Cialone of EWI makes the case for Ohio to develop SMRs (Small Modular Reactors)
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