How might Liquid Fluoride Thorium Reactors fail, or be attacked by terrorists? Can’t have core meltdowns, loss of coolant, or high pressure explosions…
What are the Downsides of Liquid Fluoride Thorium Reactors? There are some people who definitely would not want them, why?
How big a project will Manufacturing LFTRs be? Definitely much smaller than any other type of nuclear reactor we’ve built!
Liquid Fluoride Thorium Reactors have Passive and Inherent Safety, including coolant that won’t boil away, fuel that can be drained to cooling tanks, and running at atmospheric pressure.
No Water Needed for Molten Salt Reactors since they use a salt coolant that won’t boil away. No loss of coolant accidents like Fukushima had.