Global warming heats up a nuclear energy renaissance
Global warming and the BP oil spill have helped rehabilitate nuclear energy in the eyes of the public a ' and some environmentalists.
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#1 Aug 9, 2010
There is a VERY interesting article on "Liquid Fluoride Thorium Reactors" in the latest (July/August 2010) American Scientist. Very many interesting advantages if Plutonium production isn't the desired goal ( ideal for non-proliferation and low waste).
And the IEEE Spectrum for 3 September has an interesting article on current 'new' reactor ideas and proposals ( "Reactors Redux").
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