“How did you go bankrupt?” Bill asked. “Two ways,” Mike said. “Gradually and then suddenly.”
OK, test time. Imagine you are lieutenant in the Marines given the following situation: In front of you lies a 36 ft. pole in three sections, 300 feet of rope, a truck, five stakes, two shovels, a knife, two clips, and a flag. Standing at attention is your platoon sergeant and three marines.
If you get a group energy engineers together long enough (which is, in itself, a struggle to say the least) they will inevitably start talking about thorium. The thorium-based nuclear reactor is an innovation that offers an answer to all of humanity’s largest problems. Its potential is perhaps best promoted by Reno’s own Davidson Academy … Continue reading Thorium, or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Collaboration