Hi Andrew Savage. Norway has already created a Thorium reactor at one of their test sites: Thor Energy. So the answer is yes, Thorium will be used in new nuclear reactors due to the several advantages it has over uranium. For example, thorium is safe, clean and produces less waste compared to uranium. Thorium deposits are also more abundant than those of uranium. However, some scientists are complaining of the high costs incurred in processing it and testing thorium bases reactors.
by LAURENS WRIGHT 6 years ago
Would the CEO's of Nuclear Reactors have depleted uranium put in bombs to eliminate the waste?Depleted uranium is a very toxic metal containing radioactivity. Being that some sites are closing down, that at one time, accepted DU, would the CEO's put the waste into bombs to get rid of the...
by Hugh Williamson 8 years ago
Nuclear energy is supposed to be part of the new U.S. energy strategy. We are assured that the new plants will be fail safe. How safe are they in the event of an unforeseen disaster, like the Japanese quake?From Yahoo AP:Japan's nuclear safety agency said pressure inside one of six boiling water...
by Susie Lehto 16 months ago
"The tables have turned and what was once the media’s favorite message — President Donald Trump colluded with Russia to steal the election — has now grown silent.Apparently, it’s Bill and Hillary Clinton who’ve been doing the behind-scenes and suspicious dealings with Russia all...
by Stacie L 7 years ago
US licenses first nuclear reactors since 1978The licensing covers two reactors estimated to cost $14 billion that the Southern Company wants to add to its existing Vogtle nuclear plant in Georgia. Preliminary work has already begun and plans are for the first new reactor to be operating in...
by SparklingJewel 10 years ago
Did you catch the article? One more piece to the puzzle revealed.Go to AP homepage and type a Query "Iraq yellowcake" to access article...it is not on any homepage for news except Fox (not even APs homepage !?)hummmmmmmmm
by thebest010 8 years ago
A form of pollution associated with nuclear power reactors is
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