Nuclear Reaction

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  • ‘Slightly contaminated’

    Blogpost by Justin - 24 July, 2008 at 16:35

    It could be argued that the ultimate aim of Greenpeace (and by extension this blog) is to put itself out of a job. If everybody would just do their bit for their environment, all the lovely people at Greenpeace could pack up and go home and quit buggi... Read more >

  • Fallout from July 24 2008

    Blogpost by Justin - 24 July, 2008 at 16:00

    Some other stories from the nuclear industry you may have missed:

    World Nuclear News: Contracts for new US Areva plants

    ‘Two contracts have been awarded related to new Areva facilities in the USA. One concerns an environmental study of an enrichment pla... Read more >

  • You can’t take the politics out of nuclear

    Blogpost by Justin - 23 July, 2008 at 18:22

    The UK’s government announced its ‘Strategic Siting Assessment system’ this week. It will decide on ‘credible’ sites for the country’s new generation of nuclear power stations.

    Moving past the multitude of problems and potential disasters the industry ... Read more >

  • Fallout from July 23 2008

    Blogpost by Justin - 23 July, 2008 at 18:04

    Some other stories from the nuclear industry you may have missed:

    Space War: Nuke-proofing the U.S. border

    ‘Confusion and miscommunication at border crossings allowed large amounts of potentially dangerous materials to enter the United States without ad... Read more >

  • Nuclear energy: the miracle worker

    Blogpost by Justin - 22 July, 2008 at 16:47 1 comment

    So, nuclear energy. It’s clean, we’re told. It’s safe. It’s cheap. It has the power to save us all say its friends. Did you know it also has the power to bring down governments, release criminals from jail, and make the seriously ill walk? That’s wha... Read more >

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