Episode #20

 

When will we realize that you cannot eat money?

Falk and William discuss the current state of the world in terms of the progress of technology vs. human connection and respect for nature, being attentive to intutions vs. being driven by cerebral messaging, praising the economy as humanity's highest good vs. personal relationships and development, and many other things.

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According to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thorium-based_nuclear_power “It is difficult to make a practical nuclear bomb from a thorium reactor’s byproducts”, “There is much less nuclear waste when thorium is used as a fuel” and “Since all natural thorium can be used as fuel no expensive fuel enrichment is needed”.

 

 

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