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Explosion nuclear power plant in Fukushima Prefecture. Japan. 12.03.2011
19 Mar 2011
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KhalifaUniversity’s organizing the first International Congress on proceeds in Nuclear Power Plants (ICAPP) 2020 for the first time in the Middle East. The congress will meet a number of global technical researchers who are particular in the field of peaceful nuclear energy.
11 Oct 2019
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KhalifaUniversity’s organizing the first International Congress on proceeds in Nuclear Power Plants (ICAPP) 2020 for the first time in the Middle East. The congress will meet a number of global technical researchers who are particular in the field of peaceful nuclear energy.
11 Oct 2019
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Shot out my window flying acroos the mountains on the way to New York.
1 Jan 2007
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18 Jan 2008
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14 Mar 2011
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Nigel combines Moody’s notorious assessment of nuclear investments with the lyrical philosophy of Lil Wayne to introduce the Nuclear Socialism New World Order.
19 Apr 2011
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Sound of radiation, video from Pripyat, city near Chernobyl nuclear power plant. Normal radiation level is 10-20 mcR/h, here is more than 500mcR/h, 200x more than normal level - scaryy sound!
23 Jan 2009
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For the past few days we have been afraid to go outside. This attack bird, a bright red cardinal, has been trying to break every window in our house. He has yet to even crack one but he keeps trying. Is this a repeat of the Alfred Hitchcock movie "The Birds"? Is it a result of global warming??? or is it those pesky nuclear power plants again??? or is it an example of . . . bird suicide??
25 Apr 2008
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This political propaganda video about nuclear energy promotes a variety of now dated ideas about the promise of atomic power. According to the film, the Public Health Service and the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission would like to inform the public about nuclear energy and the risks to health and life. Nuclear energy, produced by nuclear power plants, is being used as a source of heat, light, and power to cities, industry, and in the propulsion of ships. It is also used in agriculture and medical research. This is all a great catalogue of the history of nuclear power. There are three main categories of nuclear energy which are Aerospace Nuclear Reactor Test, Plowshare Program, and the Seismic Research Program. The Aerospace Nuclear Reactor Test is creating engines to propel rockets to outer space. The Plowshare Program is developing nuclear power to compete with oil, coal, and natural gas. The initial investment is high; however, can pay off in the long haul. They are also looking into how to use underground explosions for construction means. The Seismic Research Program is looking to improve methods of underground detonations. They are currently detonating with seismic readings all around the world to study the recordings. While doing all this, they always make sure to check if the local drinking water has been contaminated. They must see if there is any surface radiation. The Atomic Energy Commission has partnered with the Public Health Service, Weather Bureau, the Geological Survey, Coast and Geodetic Survey, and the Bureau of Mines. These groups are all working together to protect public health, and shockingly downplay the effects of nuclear radiation. The Atomic Energy Commission makes programs to inform the public, specifically the near the test area. They use any sort of media to get their message out there so the people are informed. Public officials, school administrators, and other groups and informed based on their specific needs. The commission is constantly monitoring for radiation. Ground crews are ready at a moment’s notice to scan the areas. Film badges are places all over towns to monitor each portion of town. They sample indigenous foods, soil, milk, and potable and other water supplies. The researchers specifically look at underground water supplies. They will monitor those for up to five years. Farmers are also informed about what might specifically happen to their livestock. The commission has been running tests for years now. They even allow a sample heard to live near the research area where fissions products are known to be. Sometimes a cow is sacrificed, and (unrealistically) researchers have yet to find any significant affects from radiation yet. This video, which expounds upon myths about radiation safety, is amazingly biased - but that's where its historical significance lies. This film is not a good source for facts on nuclear energy. It is, however, an excellent source for historical evidence of political propaganda and how governments can turn a blind eye to the dangers and harmful effects of radiation. Media misinformation at its finest.
5 Feb 2009
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The Daily Energy Report for Wednesday, February 17, 2010 discusses President Obama approving more than $8 billion in loan guarantees for the development of new nuclear power plants, GM Vice Chairman pushes for more e85 fuel pumps and British Airways purchases "sustainable jet fuel".
17 Feb 2010
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Susan McGinnis anchors the Clean Skies News Energy Report from Washington, D.C. On the Program: - EU report: UN climate agreement reached in Copenhagen contains a couple of loopholes that, if not closed, could lead to an increase in climate emissions in the next decade. - Energy Sec. Steven Chu says controversy over stimulus grants for wind projects puts U.S. jobs at stake. - Chu says not storing nuclear waste at Yucca Mountain means the country is free to find a better solution. - the head of the European Commission urges the world to join new EU security rules for nuclear power plants. - French President Nicolas Sarkozy is urging the U.S. and developing countries to embrace nuclear energy. - Wyoming Gov. signed into law nation's first state excise tax on wind energy production. - T. Boone Pickens will announce site of massive wind farm in a month. www.cleanskies****
11 Mar 2010
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