Wednesday, July 8, 2009

The Thorium Grand Plan

The Thorium Grand Plan is very much on my mind, and has been on my mind for a year and a half. I believe that we have solved the conceptual problems that needed t0 be solved before the Grand plan can be written up. What remains create a single coherent document that outlines the plan, and anticipates and answers questions about it.

I would prefer to not work on this project alone. I view this as a collegiate project, and contributes should be acknowledge as coauthors. I would not necessarily see myself as the lead author for this project, especially if someone else wants to take that responsibility.

3 comments:

Jason Ribeiro said...

Make sure you sign up for Google wave when it comes online. It should be a great collaboration tool for this type of effort.

friend2all said...

Nobody else writes as well
or cares more.

I hope you end up leading the effort to write a formal Thorium Grand Plan Charles (but a few guest contributors might help to keep the project from becoming a chore).

David Walters said...

I helped start the discussion thread on this on energyfromthorium. I like to focus on 'markets' for the LFTR, where it can be applied, how all sizes of LFTR can be integrated into the worlds physical economy.

I see the "Grand Plan" as a "Grand Plan for a Thorium Economy".

David

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