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Kirk Sorensen: The Future Of Energy?

An update on the potential of LFTR power
Sunday, June 18, 2017, 2:20 PM

Imagine a form of nuclear energy with greater output and virtually no safety issues. 

Such is the promise of liquid flouride thorium reactors (LFTRs). Kirk Sorensen returns to the podcast this week to update us on the current state of thorium power.  » Read more

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Kirk Sorensen: An Update On The Thorium Story

China sprints while the West slumbers
Sunday, August 31, 2014, 11:54 AM

Two years ago, we interviewed Kirk Sorensen about the potential for thorium to offer humanity a safe, cheap and abundant source of energy.

Kirk returns this week to relay what has happened in the thorium space since our last conversation. The East, most notably China, is now fully-mobilized around getting its first reactor operational by as soon as 2020. If indeed thorium reactors are as successful as hoped, the US will find itself playing catch up against countries who suddenly hold a tremendous technology advantage: » Read more

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Kirk Sorensen: A Detailed Exploration of Thorium's Potential as an Energy Source

A form of nuclear energy worth considering
Sunday, May 11, 2014, 3:26 PM

Kirk Sorensen, NASA-trained engineer, is a man on a mission to open minds to the tremendous promise that thorium, a near-valueless element in today's marketplace, may offer in meeting future world energy demand.