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In Search of Energy Miracles - NYTimes.com
“They’re doing laps around the track, and we haven’t even decided if we’re going to lace up our shoes,” Mr. Sorensen said. Yet not even the speedy Chinese are likely to get a sizable reactor built before the 2020s, and that is true for the other nuclear projects as well. So even if these technologies prove to work, it would not be surprising to see the timeline for widespread deployment slip to the 2030s or the 2040s. And climate scientists tell us it would be folly to wait that long to start tackling the emissions problem.
thorium  reactor  climate  policy  Politics  globalwarming  carbonfootprint  energy  security  carbon  dioxide  emission  renewable  energy  climate  change  USA  environment  carbonemission  energy  policy  ecology  green  energy  China  global  warming 
march 2013 by asterisk2a

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