written by reader Will THORIUM reactors REPLACE URANIUM reactors soon?

By xiexgp@gmail.com, December 23, 2013

Myron & others: The answer to this question of proliferating THORIUM reactors instead of URANIUM based
(long term radioactive waste generating) URANIUM reactors) is a key speculative investment scenario. Travis Johnson, Myron and interested investors feel free to spin a yarn regarding this discussion.
Investor Thomas Lepere

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Here’s a recent interview with Karl Denninger and Bill Still on thorium:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G5f9iaFIrE0

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Since I first heard of Thorium (in a book called Superfuel by Richard Martin) I’ve been on tenterhooks waiting for it to become a common subject of conversation in the context of Global Warming……..If I’d held my breath I’d be 6 feet under by now!!!! I want to invest in Thorium Reactors and companies mining the stuff ( which is extremely commonplace on earth). Did you know that one mining company in US had it as a byproduct & didn’t know what to do with it? Anyway, I watched the Karl Denninger interview and enjoyed it . Did you also… Read More ยป

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ECT IS MY CHOICE FOR THE THORIUM PLAY. IN 3 WEEKS I AM UP ALMOST $ 800.00 EVEN WITH THE LOSS FRIDAY. THE COMPANY STATS DO NOT MENTION THORIUM. THEY ARE A LEADER IN RARE EARTH MATERIALS PREPARATION.

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Im not a big fan of nuclear power. The accident in japan is a great example of what can go wrong if the wrong factors are in place. I have heard that thorium is safer so what how much safer. If the accident in japan was in iowa the results would be felt around the world Any kind of nuclear accident in a bread basket of the world in the united states or russia or canada is unthinkable.

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how to invest in TH