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Isn't it a ridiculous idea to think that you can’t do anything about climate change?
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Borders I have never seen one. But I have heard they exist in the minds of some people. - Thor Heyerdahl


Now is the time for everyone to become involved in a worldwide movement to reduce or reverse the effects of climate change.

Now is the time that the merging of technologies makes it possible to make a real impact and benefit to our planet.

For everyone.

Power generation from Thorium technology combined with blockchain technology seamlessly maximises the advances in both. What is created is transparency and openness for worldwide energy supply. This will revolutionize the way energy works in the world and set the scene for many hundreds of years to come.

It can be done. It has been done before. We are doing it again.

In the words of Professor James P. Case, we are playing an infinite game with this project. Yes, we have goals and short term targets and objectives however the long term outcome from the project is intended to outlive all of us. Our children’s, children’s, children and on and on, must continue to see the benefits of the Thorium Network.

The results of our work will disrupt several established industries, but the final outcome will be the establishment of many more, cleaner, safer ones, and a cleaner, safer, greener Planet Earth.

"It came as a surprise to me to learn recently [2012] that such an alternative has been available to us since World War II [1945], but not pursued because it lacked weapons applications"

Victor J. Stenger , PhD Physics , b.1935 – d.2014
introduction

A properly configured machine that burns Thorium called a Molten Salt Burner, or MSB:

Here’s some more you probably didn’t know. Thorium is so good at making energy:

The numbers speak for themselves: Thorium molten salt technology is way better than any thing else. And it's been done before.

Molten salt technology can also be used to burn all the spent nuclear fuel left over from old nuclear reactors. Without molten salt burners, this old waste is a very dangerous, very expensive, and very long-term 100,000 year problem from the existing, aging uranium-based power stations around the world today.

In an MSB this dangerous waste can be burned, with the “ashes” only needing to be stored for a mere 300 years.

Thorium technology was proven in the 1960’s but it was abandoned because it can’t be used to make nuclear weapons like uranium can.

In summary, using Thorium as an energy source is the no-brainer for the world’s power production.

So who in the world cares about Thorium as an energy source? Well there are lots of people:

china is investing USD 3.3 billion to build two motlen salt burners by 2024. The programme started in 2011 with a team of over 700 engineers.

russia is doing it with Rosatom and at the Kurchatov Institute. The Kurchatov institute already did a lot of Thorium development work in the 1970’s – almost 50 years ago.

india is building a 300 MW burner.

turkey announced that it would build the technology.

Around 50 designs are presently being developed around the world and three are known to be under construction. These are some of the companies working on them:

Copenhagen Atomics DFR Berlin Elysium Industries Flibe Energy Hyperion Global Energy Kairos Power Moltex Energy Seaborg Sustainable Energy Microsystems Terra Power Terrestrial Energy ThorCon Power
Our project explained

Our CEO Jeremiah Josey explaining the project.


is Thorium our energy future? | Answers with Joe

Here’s a great video by Joe Scott describing the key concepts of Thorium.

the blockchain

We are not building a Molten Salt Burner (MSB) with this project. Instead we are building the world’s first fuel management system based on blockchain technology. This provides transparency and openness to the fuel needed for the Thorium molten salt technology.

Using blockchain technology we are putting the Thorium energy system into the public space, forever. Providing a marketplace for energy generation, fuel management, and transparency never before seen in such a closed and secret industry as nuclear.

Fire needed wood. Steam needed coal. Car engines need oil and power turbines need gas. Supplying fuel has always been at least a big a business as building the machines that use it. Large states like China, Russia, and India can produce their own fuel supply chains. But the private startups in Europe and North America will not have the same economies of scale. A specialist fuel supply chain will be of great importance to them.

All the private companies working on molten salt technolgy, as well as government research laboratories around the world, need access to low cost reliable, traceable, transparent Thorium based fuel.

Our blockchain project will provide the world community a way to contribute to nuclear energy in a way they have never been able to contribute before. The world will also be able to monitor and observe the movement of fuel as it is produced, mixed, sorted, transported, burned, and recycled for all Thorium that is on the blockchain.

You can support the project now by buying tokens in the presale and enable your benefit, both financially and morally from the project.

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Lessons from ORNL by Syd Ball, Brussels October 2018

Imagine having worked on a global energy solution 60 years ago and then seeing the world talk about various solutions without getting the problem solved.

Syd doesn't believe Earth is in danger, rather he is afraid that humanity is. He argues this is due to climate change and pollution. Syd, who worked on Molten Salt technology at Oak Ridge national Laboratory (ORNL) in the 1960s, tells the unique story of how he looks at the past, present and future in this video captured at the Thorium Energy Conference in Brussels, October 2018.

China Invests Big in Clean and Cheap Energy from Thorium

As the world struggles with climate change, China correctly places its trust in the fuel Thorium and the Thorium Molten Salt Burner (TMSB) as the backbone of its nation's plan to become a clean and cheap energy powerhouse.

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Jeremiah Emanuel Josey Chief Executive Officer linkedIn

Jeremiah has more than 25 years of experience in building companies, teams and project execution across multiple countries, indsutrial sectors, including energy, infomatics and supply chain. He has also been involved in information technology since before Netscape. He has worldwide experience living, and doing business in countries like USA, India, Malaysia, Australia, Switzerland, Russia and the Middle East.

As the chairman of the non-profit MECi Group he leads a group of like minded people on projects they enjoy to do around the world.

He holds active membership of the Gerson Lehrman Group, a knowledge brokerage and research firm based in New York, USA, and Mensa, a worldwide international high intelligence community.

Luiz Junqueira Director of Commercialisation LinkedIn

Luiz Junqueira is passionate about revealing opportunities so that we dare to achieve more. He has a background in engineering and finance and spent the last 15 years working in Sub-Saharan Africa, Europe and Latin America doing business and project development for private equity investors in the infrastructure and power sectors.

Luiz is a qualified and experienced civil engineer (UNESP, 2002) with master degrees in Project Management (ITA, 2007) and Industrial Engineering (USP, 2006). He holds an MBA in International Management from the Swiss Business School of Zurich, Switzerland and is also a member of the Project Management Institute (PMI®) where he has an international PMP certification.

Mr. Junqueira advised several blockchain companies on setting up their structures in Switzerland, developing and streamlining their business models and fund raising. He is a board member of the Blockchain Chamber of Commerce, a swiss non-profit association that has the objective to foster the usage of the blockchain technology and integrate the blockchain ecosystems around the globe.

Maral Sheikhzadeh Digital Marketing Manager LinkedIn

Maral has been a Digital Marketing Manager for over 5 years holding a Masters in Computational Linguistics and a diverse knowledge in the fields of Philosophy, Neuroscience, Physics and Creativity.

She has worked as an ICO marketing executive prior to joining The Thorium Network team and has been actively participating in the blockchain society.

Maral is also a writer at Data Driven Investor Publication, a publication in the field of technology and blockchain.

She has a passion for sustainable development and clean energy and aims to help in creating a brighter future for the generations to come.

Ashkhen Nalbandyan Probono Project Support linkedIn

Ashkhen obtained both her bachelors and master’s degree in nuclear power technology (BSc in Nuclear Reactor Physics, Yerevan State University, 2014 and MSc in Nuclear Applications, FH Aachen, Germany, 2016).

She has chosen to continue her studies doing a PhD in molten salt reactor technology, as she believes molten salt is a fresh perspective for clean, safe and cheap energy production. Some of main advantages of this technology, in her opinion, is that it will make energy production cheaper with no damage to the environment done, it addresses the safety issues at a complete new level and it offers, amongst other possibilities, utilization of Thorium as fuel, which is an abundant energy source.

On a probono - meaning, no financial benefit - basis, she supports the Thorium Advisory Community - the TAC - an advisory group consisting of some of the most experienced people in the world on Thorium and molten salt technology.

Sydney Ball TAC, Advanced Reactor Systems and Safety Reactor and Nuclear Systems Division Oak Ridge National Laboratory ORNL Link

Sydney worked on the molten salt reactor experiment at Oak Ridge National Laboratories when it was operating from 1965 to 1969.

He is currently a senior staff research engineer at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL). He joined ORNL in 1957, and focused mainly on the development and analysis of advanced reactors. He retired from full-time in 2011 and re-joined in 2012 as a part-time employee. He has worked on hightemperature gas-cooled reactors (HTGRs) for ~40 years, and has developed an accident simulator code (GRSAC) that has been used internationally to study accident scenarios for a wide variety of gas-cooled reactor designs.

Here Syd is presenting the case for Thorium molten salt technology: Lessons from ORNL by Syd Ball in Brussels, October 2018

He has a B.E.E. from Yale University (1957), attended the Oak Ridge School of Reactor Technology (ORSORT–1962, non-degree), and has taken graduate courses in nuclear engineering and electronics from UTK.

His work on HTGRs began with AEC/NRC projects in the 1970s. He was most recently technical lead for the Russia/US HTGR Civil Technology Development Project, following project management of ORNL’s GT-MHR (gas turbine modular helium reactor) for plutonium disposition, in a joint venture with Russia to develop means for disposition of their excess weapons-grade plutonium. He used GRSAC in his work for the NRC, DOE-NE, and the Department of Defense (DoD). His other international assignments in the HTGR area were mainly with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Japan, China, and South Africa. He served as the IAEA–U.S. Chief Scientific Investigator for Coordinated Research Project (CRP-3) on Afterheat Removal Following Accidents, and for CRP-5 on Evaluation of HTGR Performance (Co-Chair).

He was on the Expert Safety Review Panel for the Pebble-Bed Modular Reactor (PBMR–South Africa), an IAEA consultant for Safety and Licensing Aspects of Modular HTGRs–Consultancy (2000-1), an IAEA consultant for developing the Safety Report Series report on accident analysis for Modular HTGRs (Consultancy Co-Chair), and he served on the Japan Atomic Energy Research Institute (JAERI) Foreign Researcher Inviting Program (1997, ~2 months) where he assisted with HTTR rise-to-power test analysis.

Syd was manager of the ORNL Safety Implications of Control Systems project for NRC (for C-E and B&W PWRs); he was the technical manager for DOE-ORNL Advanced Controls (ACTO) Program (late 1980s); he worked on the ORNL U.S. AEC Nuclear Desalination Program as Controls Task Manager (1960s); he served as a group leader (Dynamic Analysis) in the I&C Division Reactor Systems Section; he was manager of the I&C Division Reactor Programs (1980s–1990s). He also served on the ORNL Reactor Operations Review Committee (Chairman ~7 years, 1980s), and was a member of the ORNL TMI-2 on-site emergency response team and the DOE Chernobyl accident analysis modeling team.

His experience on ORNL reactors includes: Homogeneous Reactor Test (HRT)— I&C design, maintenance, and analysis (on-site); HFIR—process I&C design; and the Molten Salt Reactor Experiment (MSRE) I&C design and analysis, dynamic analysis and testing, and he developed and built its operator training simulator.

Robert (Bob) Olson Savannah River Veteran linkedIn

With a career spanning more than 50 years, Bob has a PhD in Nuclear Engineering, a M.S. in Applied Physics and a B.S. in Nuclear Engineering.

He has been invovoled with many activities in the nuclear sector, such as:

  • the Atomic Industrial Forum: Member of Committee on Probabilistic Risk Assessment from inception until 1986. Active in preparing industry comments on WASH1400 and Lewis Committee Report, and in formulating the Statement on Risk Goals, which was accepted, which minor modifications, as Nuclear Regulatory Commission Policy.
  • Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Nuclear Power Engineering Committee, Subcommittee on Reliability: Member for 25 years.
  • Chairman of Working Group on IEEE Standard 352 on Reliability of Nuclear Power Plant Safety Systems, and author of 1987 revision.
  • International Atomic Energy Agency: Instructor for nuclear power safety courses at Argonne National Laboratory.

Thierry De Gorter Thorium and Blockchain Expert linkedIn

Thierry has both Swedish and Belgian citizenships.

Formerly an accountant, he has evolved through a versatile international management career including: industrial production, financial software, APPs development, WEB TV & music production, VIP services, and an ”autonomous Smart Cities" project implementing technologies like Blockchain, micro-wave Plasma Gasification, indoor vertical Pinkhouses and the very promising Thorium Molten Salt reactor.

Today, Thierry is managing partner at "Jet Class Group blockchain bank" (services) and Distribution Manager at UTON Bank.

His commitments : enhancing the Blockchain and cryptocurrencies implementation worldwide and develop solutions for the Climate Change.

Thierry has been solicited to join the Advisory Board of mulitple blockchain platforms including this one.

He is a speaker for several Blockchain and CryptoCurrencies events worldwide.

He is a member of the ”Linkedin Career Advice Hub”.

His active passions : climate change action, music composition, endurance motorsports and psycho-sociology.

Urs Bolt Thorium and Blockchain Expert linkedIn

Urs has more than 30 years experience in wealth management, investment banking and related technology businesses. His core expertise is to develop and roll out new digital business platforms.

His present focus is to help FinTech and RegTech companies and financial service providers to review and refocus business strategies, advise on strategic projects, develop solutions and markets, and build business partnerships.

Urs is active as speaker, panelist, micro-blogger and author; constantly ranked as top FinTech and RegTech influencer.

He is also a member of advisory boards and jury panels: WealthBriefing Editorial Board, FT PWM WealthTech Awards, Global Wealth & Society Awards, WealthBriefing Swiss Awards, Blockchain Competition for Finance.

In addition to this he advocates for social and political causes and is an Ecomodernist/Pragmatist in favour of new energy policies balancing economy and ecology. A sustainable environment based on scientific research not ideology.

He was the most active Twitter influencer in a referendum against Switzerland’s illiberal new energy policy (May 2017).

Captain Ricardo Lopes Merchant Captain and Ship Power and Safety Expert linkedIn

Captain Ricardo Lopes is an experienced Maritime Captain with a solid experience in the energy (oil & gas) industry and a dynamic positioning specialist and ship safety specialist. Captain Ricardo Worked in many international companies and embarked in different types of vessels worldwide and as a member of Drillships project building team at one of the biggest shipyards in the world located in Asia. He has a passion for teaching the professional competence and acts as Dynamic positioning instructor and maritime consultant in maritime school centers and companies.

Captain Ricardo is a member of MECi group and represents activities associated with the Energy, Oil & Gas and Maritime industry.

Captain Ricardo is an enthusiastic about green modes of energy and is engaged in making the Thorium into a fuel source for merchant ships propulsion.

He is a member of the high IQ society Mensa, a worldwide international high intelligence community and also a personal & professional, executive and business coach.

Valentine Moroz Turbomachinery and Thermodynamics Advisor linkedIn

Valentine’s passion and love for science has inspired him to live a life dedicated to developing next generation technology, spanning many different fields including power generation, space propulsion, and clean energy.

With over 15 years of experience in turbomachinery, Valentine has been supporting SoftInWay in the capacity of COO since 2009. In this role, he has been instrumental in growing the turbomachinery development and services business from his involvement in moderately sized design projects to engaging in complete turnkey product development, ranging from sCO2 turbomachinery to heat pumps and refrigeration compressors, and ORC waste heat recovery systems.

Currently he is focusing on leveraging artificial intelligence and automation to help the industry develop better technology faster and enable startups, OEMs and Utilities alike to enter the future of innovation.

Additionally, his responsibilities include sales, marketing, finance & operations for the SoftInWay Group of companies.

Wolfgang Rathert Business Process Gamification linkedIn

Wolfgang Rathert is an entrepreneur, business game designer, and university lecturer. His 30 years of professional work experience were gained in the IT, consulting, education, marketing, and financial industry. Wolfgang has co-founded six companies, developed 50+ management simulations for clients in Europe, USA, and Asia, and is member of several boards of directors and advisory boards. As "Chief Engagement Officer" he helps organizations design strategies, transform cultures, and develop people and teams to seize the opportunities and cope with the challenges of a complex and digital age.

Alexey Safronov Gamification & Design linkedIn

With a degree in Nuclear Physics, Alexey has been design and building software games for companies such as Wargaming, where he has worked on such games as World of War series, Master of Orion and Gods & Glory

Mike L. Murphy Marketing and Brand Visionary linkedIn

Mike has designed animation and visual effects for such blockbusters as Harry Potter, Ironman and Lord of the Rings. He has written and directed award-winning short films and commercials. He is the co-owner of a marketing agency and is in development on several film based projects.

You can find out more about him at MikeLMurphy.com

Jukka Multisilta STRATEGY linkedIn

Jukka is a multidisciplinary future business expert with a broad experience in solving strategic and operative challenges for global companies and early stage technology companies. Previously he has worked with some of the largest companies of the world like Nokia, Kone, Ikea and Liberty Global.

His focus has been on innovative growth companies that leverage exponential technologies of Blockchain, Artificial Intelligence, Augmented Reality and 3D printing. Jukka holds a Masters degree from Turku School of Economics with a focus in Finance, Economics, and Information Systems Science.

Praveen Karunambaran Community Manager and Coordinator for Australia linkedIn

Praveen is passionate about automation and clean technology and firmly believes that blockchain technology will lead the way in democratizing energy production worldwide.

As an accomplished engineering project manager, Praveen is experienced in the managing and executing of engineering projects in areas of Industrial Control & Automation Systems, Digital Control Systems, Electrical & Electronics Engineering and Information Technology. He possess strong technical knowledge in the areas of practice and has demonstrated leadership qualities and people & finance management skills.

He is also supporting MECi Australasia's activities in carbon credit trading with director of operations Barry Cormorant SC.