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Thorium reactors – worth another peek?

Well, talk about coincidence!  In a post a couple of days ago I mentioned Thorium reactors as a possible nuclear energy alternative. I linked a video, embedded below for your convenience, which discusses the potential for Thorium Molten-Salt Reactors as … Continue reading

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China’s efforts to increase wind power requires additional coal-fired plants…and more coal!

China has been touted as moving ahead of the US in the application of wind energy.  Perhaps so, but what does this really mean to their total energy package…where does wind power fit in?  Will it finally replace the nasty … Continue reading

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