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Sellafield robots stealing nuclear waste. Is this the end for humanity?

Blog entry by Justin | May 19, 2009 2 comments

Remember the two flasks of radioactive material that have gone missing from a sealed storage unit at the UK’s Sellafield nuclear facility run by the Nuclear Management Partners consortium ? We don't want to alarm anyone but it seems...

Nuclear News: Child Leukemia Rates Increase Near U.S. Nuclear Power Plants

Blog entry by Justin | May 19, 2009 1 comment

Today's big stories from the nuclear industry: Salem News: Child Leukemia Rates Increase Near U.S. Nuclear Power Plants ’Leukemia death rates in U.S. children near nuclear reactors rose sharply (vs. the national trend) in the...

The next inconvenient truth

Blog entry by Martin Lloyd | May 19, 2009

Sitting in for Andrew Sullivan Patrick Appel joined Krugman in wondering why Greenpeace is opposing the Waxman Markley bill, America's first effort at a proper climate policy. It is, goes the argument, the best deal on the table,...

MOX: Everything’s fine, says Areva

Blog entry by Justin | May 18, 2009

In its North America blog French nuclear giants Areva have been boasting of the wonderful, miraculous properties of Mixed-Oxide (MOX) nuclear fuel : MOX has many benefits, but among the most important are that it allows utilities to...

Nuclear News: MOX shipment arrives in Japan

Blog entry by Justin | May 18, 2009

Today's big stories from the nuclear industry: AFP: Pacific Heron with reprocessed nuclear fuel docks in Japan ’OMAEZAKI, Japan (AFP): An armed vessel docked at a central Japanese port carrying the nation's first consignment of...

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