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How many people have been killed or made seriously ill in the uranium/pitchblende mining industries around the world?
Fortunately the first railway fatality was a politician (William Huskisson),
The unitiated (ie. Me) reading this thread could be forgiven for believing that radiation is such a small risk that it is not worth worrying about.
Problem with thorium is that nobody has produced a commercially viable reactor
Obviously. Around 50% of French electricity is nuclear-generated and has been for ages. It is profitable.