Powering the future – with no compromises

A molten salt reactor (MSR) is a class of nuclear fission reactor in which the primary nuclear reactor coolant and/or the fuel is a molten salt mixture. MSRs offer multiple advantages…

Nuclear Breakthrough Needed

Guest essay by David Archibald The good and the great are uneasy about the state of the world. They know that our current standard of civilisation has been made possible…

Thorium: the last great opportunity of the industrial age

Guest essay by David Archibald It is a significant fact that half the protein the world eats has its origin in fossil fuels. We are all aware of the green…

India: We will build our own ITER Fusion Reactor

Guest essay by Eric Worrall The Indian government has just given a major boost to domestic nuclear fusion research, by sanctioning the expenditure of Rs 2,500 crore (around $400 million…

Finding a common ground – a conversation with Dr. James Hansen on nuclear power

Dr. James Hansen’s reply to my question about Nuclear Power Guest essay by Eric Worrall A a few years ago, Anthony Watts posted a link “The Middle Ground where AGW…

Climate of Failure: how alternate energy dreams are pie in the sky solutions for emissions

Dr. Roger Pielke Jr. had a worthwhile guest essay in Foreign Policy titled: Climate of Failure published last year that Dr. Judith Curry has made a post about today that…

A Review of 'Thorium: energy cheaper than coal' by Robert Hargraves

Guest post by David Archibald Robert Hargraves lives in Hanover, New Hampshire. Mr Hargraves believes that “Global warming is harming us all.” Using the temperature – solar cycle length relationship…

Book Review of “Super Fuel”

Guest Post by David Archibald There is a rich tradition of rational weathermen taking an interest in the potential of thorium-based nuclear power. Witness this video made by John Coleman:

The Ridiculousness Continues – Climate Complexity Compiled

By WUWT regular “Just The Facts” With the help of an array of WUWT reader comments on this thread and several others documented within, I’ve been compiling a summary of…

Hey – how much Thorium you got under the hood?

Much like “flying cars”, atomic powered cars were a campy futuristic meme of the 50’s, for example, there was the Ford Nucleon concept: From Wikipedia: The Ford Nucleon was a…