Archive for September, 2010

Nuclear bombs can be made from thorium nuclear reactors

September 1, 2010

Uranium 233 is fissionable, and you can make bombs out of it.

Nuclear Weapons for the Masses . The Greenroom  August 31, 2010 by Steven Den Beste“…….Thorium reactors use natural thorium, which is isotope 232. There are a lot of neutrons running around in there; it’s how reactors work. If an atom of thorium 232 absorbs a neutron, it becomes isotope 233. Some will fission, but some won’t. (more…)