• America has Vast Reserves of Thorium

    that could power our country for thousands of years!

  • Energy from Thorium also
    produces Medicines

    that could be used to fight some of the worst cancers

  • Energy from Thorium could enable

    Lower Energy Costs for America's Manufacturers

    and Greater Competitiveness!
  • Energy from Thorium Used in a LFTR

    could generate electricity and desalinate sea water .

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David LeBlanc's Google Tech Talk on LFTR/MSR Technology

David LeBlanc has joined the Google Tech Talk roster with an excellent presentation on LFTR?MSR technology. David does an excellent job of exploring the diversity of technological options and their rational and value.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8F0tUDJ35SoFrom The Abstract:David’s Ph.d in p
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How much would a reliable wind system cost?

The Gore plan, the Google plan, the energy writings of Joe Romm, the views of the Internet site Gristmill, and other self proclaimed energy authorities, all maintain the view that an all renewable grid is possible. Some time ago I attempted to evaluate the theory of reliable wind suggested by Mark Z
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Aim High on Next Big Future.

Aim High got a good mention and a link on Brian Wang’s blog Next Big Future. Aim High is the name Dr. Robert Hargraves gave to the plan to mass-produce Liquid Fluoride Thorium Reactors. I have decided to endorse the “Aim High” name and of course I supported the plan before Bob coin
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The learning curve for serial reactor production

One assumption of the Aim High concept directly challenges an assumption of the conventional nuclear industry. That is the Aim High concept assumes that there are major cost advantages for serial reactor manufacture at factories rather than custom onsite reactor manufacture. This argument might be c
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The Greatest Bargain of the 21th Century

In May of 2008, I posted a series of posts on the cost lowering potential of LFTR technology for nuclear power. I was able to point to a number of areas in which significant cost lowering potential was present, especially in comparison with Light Water reactor costs. I did not attempt to assign a co
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Advocating the Aim High Project as Policy

My advocacy for the Aim High concept is fundamentally political. Robert Hargraves named the Aim High energy concept and has explained it. The goal of the Aim High project is the rapid development and deployment of a very large number of Liquid Fluoride Thorium Reactors not only in the United States,
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OSU Nuclear Power Forum

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 Sorensen

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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