What is fascinating about what is happening today, it's obviously we need an alternative for the energy and Thorium is a possibility for that. Some of you might wonder why we are not going forward with it. Drivers are excited to learn more information about it and do more researches where they've been getting more to fund it.
So what exactly is this Thorium?
As we know thorium is another form of new clear energy though this there is a lot of negative features same consequences as uranium-based do. The car may run for 100 years on just 8 grams of fuel, so the concept of an automobile use just one gram of substance yields more energy than 7,396 gallons (28,000L) of gasoline and 8 grams would power the typical car for a century.
If you use it properly, it would have low pressure and lower chances of danger to the global environment and also to the humans than a simple uranium-based reactor. How awesome would it be if we were worthy of such an incredible chance.
This type of nuclear energy is a naturally occurring radioactive element. It was discovered in 1828 by a Norwegian mineralogist and identified by a Swedish chemist, who then named it after the Norse God, Thor.
If your vehicle would be powered by thorium, you would not need to tank it up any more. The thorium would last so long, in fact, it would probably outlive you :)
This new technology could provide even cheap power for whole restaurants, hotels, office buildings and small towns in the areas of the world without electricity. At some point, thorium could power individual homes.
Thorium, a silvery-white metal, is a mildly radioactive element that could power a car forever.
It is becoming increasingly evident that our modern driving force brings us to new technologies. Such efficient technologies that are waiting to be released as well as safely for the environment.
As far as we know there are many alternatives to car energy invented like water, air, and electricity. It remains only one thing – to wait for its appearance and to have access to these great thorium cars.
Reserve estimates of thorium around the world