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Short Circuit on the Mars Rover A short circuit on the Curiosity Mars rover, thought to be in the radioactive RTG power source, is causing voltage anomalies on the rover. See article below
N. Korea Wants On The Stage With the recent major announcement that the US and other nations have come to an agreement with Iran on its nuclear facilities, it seems North Korea is now
California Emissions & Electricity Prices Rise Greenhouse gas emissions from power plants in California increased by 35% in 2012, partly due to the early closure of the San Onofre nuclear power plant...
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Re: Incredibly expensive off-shore floating wind turbines coming to TEPCO is seeking to restart two reactors at Kashiwazaki-Kariwa. The first step will be inspections performed by the nuclear regulator.
Incredibly expensive off-shore floating wind turbines coming to Fuku Japan's Offshore Wind Power Rises within Sight of Fukushima Nuclear Plant "...Undersea cables connect the two-megawatt turbine to the same power grid that
Progress at Summer A second AP1000 is now officially under construction at the VC Summer plant in South Carolina. "Nuclear concrete" has been poured for the Unit 3 nuclear island
Pandora's Promise on CNN this Thursday The documentary Pandora's Promise will be shown on CNN this Thursday, November 7.There will be a limited number of rebroadcasts.
Construction progress at Vogtle More links to pictures of the Vogtle 3 and 4 construction site below. Here is how the Unit 3 cooling tower looked in August.
Wind Turbine Syndrome No endorsement of this interesting article implied, bit it could be real, or it could be aerophobia, somewhat similar to radiophobia?... ...More than 45
Re: Probablistic Cost Comparison - Natural Gas & Nuclear ... Natural gas has about half the carbon footprint of coal, whereas nuclear is almost emission free. Many assume that the mitigation of greenhouse gases is
Probablistic Cost Comparison - Natural Gas & Nuclear Will Low Natural Gas Prices Eliminate the Nuclear Option in the US? Posted on October 02, 2013 A probabilistic comparison of the investment risks of nuclear
Shortage of Lithium 7? According to an article from Matthew Wald of the NY Times, US PWRs could be seeing a shortage of Lithium 7. I know lithium is used for pH control in the
Re: Fukushima: Ongoing Lessons, two seminars New York & Boston Gundersen is a complete fraud. His false claims about Reactor#4's spent fuel pool are totally unfounded. He deliberately avoids the fact that these fuel
Re: Fukushima: Ongoing Lessons, two seminars New York & Boston Wow. Ok, warning to whoever is building the stage for these folks, make certain to reinforce the ends of the stage. These folks are going to be leaning so hard
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Vermont Yankee to Permanently Close Citing financial difficulties for continued operation, Entergy has decided to permanently shut down the Vermont Yankee nuclear station.
Re: OMG, Breezes for Bombs, latest waste of money. I laugh at the irony of the situation. For once, Obama does something right and unintentionally trolled Greenpeace. ________________________________ From:
Re: OMG, Breezes for Bombs, latest waste of money. Last June, President Obama gave a speech on climate change and energy policy. This plan to install wind turbines for the Pantex plant could be just following
OMG, Breezes for Bombs, latest waste of money. Nuclear Wind GovernmentÆs largest wind farm to be used to generate electricity for assembly of atomic bombs The Obama Administration is building the nationÆs
Re: News From Japan Japan oil use down as nuclear power boosted ...The companiesÆ use of heavy oil dropped to 1.09 million kilolitres, roughly a tenth less than in July 2012. In
Nuclear Power and Terrorism Several news outlets are reporting on a study done at the University of Texas that says the nation's nuclear power plants are susceptible to terrorist attack.
News From Japan Several different news items below... The Oi nuclear plant will be shut down next month for planned inspections. This will leave Japan without any operating
NRC broke law regarding Yucca Mountain review The US Court of Appeals ruled the NRC inappropriately stopped its review of the DOE Yucca Mountain application. The court says the NRC needs to go back and do
Re: One killed at Arkansas Nuclear One The links don't seem to work. In the past, links that I have posted are highlighted and clicking on one will take you to the web page. Now, the links just show
Re: One killed at Arkansas Nuclear One Unit 1 is back at power, less than 5 months after the main generator stator was accidentally dropped when a lifting rig collapsed.
Re: What did you do today The Curiosity rover is nearing its one-year anniversary on Mars (by Earth time, that is). The following link provides some facts about what it has accomplished
Re: San Onofre to close for good Dan McSwain, writing in the San Diego Union-Tribune, says closing San Onofre will cost California consumers at least $13.6 billion. See link below:
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Re: San Onofre to close for good The World-Nuclear News article got its power pricing information from the Energy Information Administration (EIA). The EIA news item is linked below:
Re: New fuel materials show great promise I wonder how the thermal conductivity of silicon carbide compares? As I recall, it is a ceramic type material, meaning it is probably not as good of a heat
Using Shale for a Nuclear Waste Repository The US Geological Survey says shale formations might be ideal for storing radioactive waste. http://www.usgs.gov/newsroom/article.asp?ID=3647 ... "Shale
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