US Taxpayer-Debt Gifted $80 Million+ to Bill Gates’ TerraPower for an Ultra-Dangerous Sodium Cooled Nuclear Reactor Project; Biden Wants to Give Him More

10 06 2021

Mining Awareness +

Sodium (Natrium) is highly reactive. It combusts upon contact with air, and reacts violently with water. Nuclear and sodium are a dangerous combination with a bad track record. They aren’t new and haven’t been “advanced” since the 1950s.

3 pounds of sodium plus water. Public domain via wikimedia

Bill Gates had a “net worth” of $144.2 billion (US), as of June 5, 2021, making him the fourth richest individual in the world. Why are hard-working American taxpayers supposed to give him money, then, for a dangerous and costly nuclear reactor, or anything else? Why is the US incurring more debt for this? Why is Bill Gates allowed to mine the taxpayer?

Gates and TerraPower chose the Latin (and German) term for sodium, “Natrium” – perhaps to distance it from the many historic dangerous sodium reactors and maybe to sound natural:

In a Chapter 5 on “Liquid Sodium–Cooled Fast…

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4 responses

11 06 2021

Thanks for the heads up on the topic and for the reblog!

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11 06 2021

This tech thief and fraud cannot even design an office document program which he forces manufacturers to install on PCs. And he’s going to set up a nuke plant 😵


12 06 2021
Trowbridge H. Ford

The selfish misuse of the G7 by the Nines will result in World War.


15 06 2021
Trowbridge H. Ford

Viden arrived in Geneva first. Perhaps staying in the same hotel that North German was drugged , kiled and left to die by Ollie North’s killers. Perhaps Barschel knew too much about Iran=Contra.

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