Thorium is one of the most energy-dense elements found in nature spread over all the continents in large quantities. Abundant and efficient, can Thorium offer an affordable energy source?
Are there safe methods of using Thorium with no risk of meltdowns or explosions? Can Thorium also be proliferation resistant?
Research into the use of Thorium started in the 1960’s in the US government's atomic lab. Was it already then proven as a superior fuel?
Reactors fuelled by Thorium create zero-emission energy. Is a drastic waste reduction in both amount and lifetime enough?
If affordable, safe and clean, does Thorium offer a sustainable solution to the world’s energy problem?
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