Andrew Yang Wants Thorium Nuclear Power. Here’s What That Means.

ANDREW YANG IS DANGEROUS – NOT ONLY TO THE U.S. BUT TO ALL THE WORLD!! HE IS A ZEALOT OF THE NUCLEAR CRIME SYNDICATE, HE IS NOT WHAT YOU SEE, YOU ARE BEING DECEIVED, YOU HEARD IT HERE FIRST.. DO NOT VOTE FOR THIS CANDIDATE UNLESS YOU WANT TO BRING THE NUCLEAR INDUSTRY OUT OF BANKRUPTCY AND BACK INTO POWER AT THE TOP OF THE POWER INDUSTRY!!  YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!  

HE IS OBVIOUSLY HEAVILY INVESTED IN THORIUM TECHNOLOGY AND IS LAUGHING AT YOU IN THIS PHOTO.. I WOULD LOVE TO HEAR FROM ANYONE WITH THE RESEARCH TOOLS TO CHECK HIS LARGEST INVESTMENTS IN HIS PORTFOLIO – I BELIEVE YOU WILL FIND MY SUSPICION TO BE PROVABLE.. HE IS A FULLY VETTED MEMBER OF THE NUCLEAR CRIME SYNDICATE. THAT’S MY OPINION AND I’M STICKING TO IT!  😳😯😮😖😫😵😠😡💀💩

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https://www.popularmechanics.com/technology/infrastructure/a28820813/andrew-yang-nuclear-power/

10 comments

  1. Yeah.. they’re all members of the Nuclear Crime Syndicate! Sanders thing is – no relicensing of existing reactors beyond their inherent shelf life; no ‘refurbishing of older plants or UPDATING as the NRC calls it; but he is NOT against new construction of new reactors. If the community wants it and can finance it he’s all for it!! So fuck him too..

    I’m not clear on where Mayor Pete stands on the Nuke issue.. more work to do.. 😊

    • What are the odds, in your opinion, that there would be two candidates that had parents who went to Berkeley and worked at the Lawrence Livermore National Lab? Kamala and Yang? You know California well.

      And, I still don’t see why – during the Cold War – we were allowing transfer of knowledge and technology, instead of training and hiring our own people. India was in the Soviet camp, too. Then there’s John Kenneth Galbraith, the stupid rural Canadian animal husbandry student, who became a foremost Harvard economist and worked under JFK or LBJ, and who sent out the best and brightest computer experts to train India, instead of training the poor in the Delta or Appalachia. Why were we importing animal husbandry experts? There would have been bunches of them at the time and who would know more approriate techniques for the USA. There were animal husbandry experts who were working for the US government in unrelated fields. Why weren’t they offered this opportunity? F-cking weird. Maybe he’s now rotting in hell, but that doesn’t help us any. At the end of his life Galbraith regretted the H1B program. But he’s at its root. I think as a poor country boy he loved having the rich Brahmins beg him for help (i.e. his ego ruined our country). No one noticed his anti-American mischief because he was ethnic Scots, though they don’t seem to be noticing non-ethnic European mischief, either. I thought Buttegieg was pro-nuclear but as you say I need to recheck. I think that Sanders is shifting his position constantly nukeward then. I thought he wanted no licensing or relicensing last thing I read. He used to be all anti-nuke, I thought.

    • Wow! I was working in parallel with me as the bot and found similar stuff. I put it as is even though you have covered most of this. My comment didn’t seem to post so I was just reworking the whole thing.

      I also found that his father’s PhD was in physics and he started off working with x-rays (as did Trump’s uncle) and then moved to liquid crystal. He worked at one time for Lawrence Livermore Lab Berkley, GE, and IBM. https://patents.justia.com/inventor/kei-hsiung-yang Now he is affiliated with Innolux: https://archive.li/ZBOLo He’s also affiliated with a Taiwan National Uni with roots in Shanghai. Although the James Yang who is pres of this company doesn’t have their nose (his is puggish and theirs is long with high nostrils), he seems to have Andrew’s cockiness, and the father’s patent is attached to it. https://archive.li/NLV5m Plus there seems this penchant for names that sound like British monarchs. James and Andrew. https://archive.li/0uevm I think it warrants a post even though I am backlogged on so many original posts. By the time I figure anything out it is past bedtime and the next day something new emerges.

      https://www.businessinsider.com/who-is-andrew-yang-bio-age-family-key-positions-2019-3

      THIS MEANS THEY WERE ROLLING IN THE MONEY. I THINK HE’S A RICH KID PLAYING BUSINESSMAN:
      “When he was in 10th grade, a fellow camper told him about Exeter, the elite boarding school in New Hampshire. Yang thought it sounded like a great ticket to college. His parents gladly paid the college-level tuition, which he said was about $17,000 a year at the time”. “Andrew Yang was groomed for a high-paying job at an elite law firm. He lasted five months”, by Kevin Sullivan 10/28/2019, WaPo, MSN https://archive.li/PcCzH

      Also, the whole testing business is a scam. The tests are supposed to be about what you learn in school, etc. The very existence of testing services should be illegal. Anyone can do well in school with the maximum of resources and some minimum of effort.

  2. I wasn’t able to turn up anything in a timely manner, but I’m sure you are right. I don’t buy the father from a dirt floor peanut farm in Taiwan BS. Stanford costs a lot. Maybe it’s like traditional Japanese housing with a wooden platform raised upon the dirt floor? Yang Forbes: https://archive.li/ws7sn About investors in Fusion (which produces lots of tritium) and is another problematic investment: https://archive.li/1AIws I trust the Taiwanese far less than the Chinese. Think Formosa and McConnell’s wife. One Taiwanese I knew was the maestro of spin, among other things. That is spinning his work to look like something it wasn’t, so your words ring a bell on that. Now I realize he was just sitting there watching Chinese vids and waiting for his green card. I’m sure you have a lot more data points than me, though.

    He’s also on the bandwagon of doing away with zoning so that the country looks like Hong Kong with its Coffin and cage housing. Small won’t mean cheap over time. I always said that this is what was wanted – to stuff people in the least amount of space for the maximum price, but never thought I would see it play out. My neighbor would stop and tell me about the elderly who sold their homes and were renting apartments and the complex kept jacking the rent and they couldn’t pay their rent, and heat or AC. Not the only scenario that I worried about… the other was that more generally costs would push upwards to the highest in the developed world while wages went to the lowest in the third world – we aren’t there yet but going that way. You know the folks in the shantytowns of Port-au-Prince have always paid rent and the rents for real housing have long been as high as the USA. Warren was also pushing to do away with single family zoning from the Senate, but I think he’s about eliminating all zoning. Minneapolis just did it even though they have less than half a million people, but they are 20% immigrant. Americans already don’t know how to respect their neighbors in subdivisions or for that matter even more distant. Something went wrong with training in manners in the last 120 years. Sanders is somewhat of a fraud on nuclear because he is now only against relicensing or new licensing but most old ones have been relicensed. He has had no qualms about burying Vermont waste in SC or West Texas. He could have said it was wrong to bury anywhere but if it was going to be buried then arid WCS was better.

    We need to be able to live in smaller spaces but that requires manners and good construction. Lately we are learning that the highrises aren’t well-constructed.

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