Molten Salt Reactors have greater safety and lower construction costs than India’s Advanced Heavy Water Reactor.
MSRs can’t have loss of coolant accidents, can’t have high-pressure explosions, produce no CO2, use uranium or thorium as fuel, eliminate long-term nuclear waste, are cleaner & cost less than coal or oil.
Comments on good Washington Post article about LFTR (but sloppy about specifying whether talking about solid-fuel or molten-fuel reactors).
Many blogs make statements “about LFTR” that are really about solid-fueled reactors. Be clear what technology you are reading about, when evaluating LFTRs.
What are the Downsides of Liquid Fluoride Thorium Reactors? There are some people who definitely would not want them, why?