GunjaSnaKKKE you never seem to stop demonstrating that your arrogance is only exceeded by your ignorance. I, for one am not one of those 'turkeys, you accuse me of being.
As an Engineer with degrees in Chemical and Nuclear Engineering its a little hard not to be a proponent of any exploitable energy source (including burning cow pies). What I am saying is that experience with thorium is that unlike uranium and plutonium thorium is a hot gamma source and gamma is penetrating radiation. Consequently, handling thorium requires lots of shielding. Lots of it.
That is the simple physics of the situation. That has nothing to do with cow pies.