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1 Jul 2008
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Atomic Energy as a Force of Good is a pro-atomic energy film is meant to educate people on the safety of nuclear power plants. Painting itself as part of quality educational videos, the film utilizes Hollywood actor Paul Kelly. Kelly plays a rancher who gets an offer from a power plant company for his land so they can build a nuclear reactor. He is against nuclear power and its possible effects on life in a small town, so he gets his neighbors to sign a petition barring the plant from their town. The town’s congressman then comes in with an atomic scientist who explains to the townsfolk why nuclear power is so safe and explains the multitudinous advantages of nuclear power and nuclear power plants. Other uses of radiation are discussed, like radiation uses in the medical field, using it to find brain tumors. The beneficial uses of nuclear radiation hits home with Kelly, whose granddaughter is dying of terminal brain cancer. Atomic Energy as a Force of Good is a brilliantly revealing melodrama from an age in American history where people were scared of new and intimidating technology. The lengths that large corporations were willing to go to reassure them is well documented in this great film.
18 Jul 2008
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Easy Toycar animation using Reactor. Toycar is a reactor component to animate CARS, interact with real physic laws on 3Dmax
4 Oct 2008
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Design Reactor explains the most ingtiguiing and increasingly requested applications for Digital Signage, multi-screen arrays. Design Reactor shows you how multi-screen arrays could be utilized and useful in your strategic tools.
4 Dec 2008
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Nuclear Fusion Reactor - Spacecraft Propulsion
2 Apr 2009
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I wanted to do a video to my favorite Trilogy from the Matrix movies...Juno Reactor vs Don Davis-Navras is the song in the footage..just a mash up of clips i put together, Hope you enjoy my editing on this one, was seeing what i could do with it..:)
26 Feb 2009
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3 Sep 2009
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The global medical isotope shortage began in May 2009, when Canada announced that its 52-year-old nuclear reactor in Chalk River, Ontario, would be closed for repairs for at least three months. But three months later, the government extended the shut-down, telling the world that medical isotope production would not come back on line by the first quarter of 2010 – at the earliest.
18 Nov 2009
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Clean Skies News' Dan Goldstein reports on the Senate Energy Committee's hearing on Small Modular Reactors (SMRs).
16 Dec 2009
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This is a video about using a fuel fogging nozzle in a container instead of having a bubbler container to send fuel into a GEET fuel reformer. This is the patent showing the 2 disks with holes: *******v3.espacenet****/textdoc?DB=EPODOC&IDX=GB667463 or *******v3.espacenet****/publicationDetails/biblio?CC=GB&NR=667463&KC=&FT=E Patent Description Text: *******v3.espacenet****/publicationDetails/description;jsessionid=3837BAD0AA4408A55321C92DE5646186.espacenet_levelx_prod_4?CC=GB&NR=667463A&KC=A&FT=D Get stainless steel foil for the discs here: **********.in/products?q=K%26S+stainless+steel+foil&btnG=Search+Products With a little practice, it is possible to hammer a dent hole in the foil that is smaller than you could ever drill even with the smallest of carburetor jet drill sizes. A "dry fog" of about 10 micron droplets will send all fractions of petrol into the reactor, whereas, a bubbler tends to leave the heavier fractions in the bubbler. Dry Fog: *******www.ikeuchiusa****/dryfog/dryfog/index.html Extremely fine droplets atomizing nozzles: *******services.bete****/scripts/cgiip.exe/select/z_SelSeries.r?capplic=100.4 Hydraulic pump: *******www.northerntool****/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/product_6970_200329718_200329718 100 psi FEP2044 fuel injection pump *******www.octaneautosupply****/Shop/Control/Product/fp/SFV/31917/vpid/5214558 Use exhaust or crank case fumes into the container to draw out the fog and send to the reactor. Fresh air in the container can explode from a static spark. Use a 2nd bubbler container as a bubbler for the water for the required water vapours to go into the reactor along with the fuel fog.
6 Jan 2010
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Iran began fueling the nation's first nuclear reactor Tuesday amidst controversy over the intended use of the plant.
29 Oct 2010
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My Topmostpop You Tube channel has this same video with in depth information on who caused the quake and also who (then) melted the reactors and why. Watch the same vid on my You Tube channel for more. (because) I loaded this video, the fallen angels may sweep this disaster under the rug using technology they have available to instantly defuse the effects of fallout - and they will claim there WAS no disaster with the reactors. They were planning to de cloak thier ships world wide to foil this "disaster" and I have voiced recordings in my SATAN SPEAKS ON YOU TUBE video of what thier plans were = to usher in a New world Order by means of an alien agenda.
13 Mar 2011
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BY ERIK SHUTE AND HARUMENDHAH HELMY You're watching multisource breaking news analysis from Newsy This is Newsy Now and here are the headlines you need to know. After blasts on Friday and early Monday, fears of a third explosion at Japan’s Fukushima nuclear plant are surfacing. 180,000 people have been evacuated. RT reports. “Again, we are hearing the third reactor has lost its cooling capacity, increasing fears that it will overheat and cause another blast. Meanwhile, engineers have been using seawater to try to cool down reactors at the complex, which were damaged in the quake to avert a catastrophic nuclear meltdown.” As rescue efforts continue, Japanese officials say the death toll of the earthquake and tsunami may could exceed 10,000 people. Libyan rebels lost control of crucial oil town of Brega over the weekend. As forces loyal to Muammar Gaddafi continue to make progress, euronews explains the pressure the rebels face. “The regime appears to be getting closer to the opposition stronghold of Benghazi. The city of Ajdabiya lies on its path. And on Sunday, rebels there were bracing themselves for an attack. Gaddafi has vowed, has he put it, to liberate all of Libya. On state television he said he was certain of victory and that he would bury the rebels.” Also in the Middle East — Bahrain protesters are calling for help from other Arab states, as they face increased violence from law enforcements. Al Jazeera shares this video. “Shocking evidence of the lack of control Bahrain authorities have over the security services. A policeman uses a handgun to reportedly fire live rounds indiscriminately toward protesters. He then retreats to his vehicle.” One thousand troops from Saudi Arabia arrived in Bahrain early today as part of the Gulf Cooperation Council forces, aiming to gain control and maintain stability in the country. In U.S. news -- State Department spokesman P.J. Crowley resigned yesterday over controversial comments he made about the Pentagon’s treatment of Army private Bradley Manning, who is suspected of leaking information to WikiLeaks. CNN reports Crowley called Manning’s placement into solitary confinement "ridiculous, counterproductive and stupid.” At a press conference on Sunday, Crowley said he regrets going public with his statements, but he fears the mistreatment of Manning could undermine the prosecution and hurt President Obama’s worldwide reputation. The former Clinton aide had served the U.S. in and out of uniform for more than 30 years. In sports -- selection Sunday ranked Duke, Kansas, Pittsburgh, and Ohio State as number one seeds for this’s NCAA Basketball Tournament. CBS Sports says it was the Big East conference who really came out on top sending 11 teams to the big dance. CBS Sports reporters talked with tournament chair Jeff Hathaway. Reporter: “Mr. Hathaway I want to know, you’re very familiar with how successful the Big East has been this year -- 11 teams in the tournament. How hard was it to put them into the brackets when you want to avoid some of those second round matchups that could occur. HATHAWAY: “Well certainly it is a challenge to have 11 teams from one conference come into the bracket, but you may know after the ninth team the bracketing policies are relaxed and give us the flexibility to accommodate the bracket.” Stay with Newsy**** for more analysis on news throughout the day. For Newsy Now, I’m Jim Flink -- highlighting the top headlines making you smarter, faster. 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your news feed Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
15 Mar 2011
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BY CHRISTINA HARTMAN AND BRANDON TWICHELL ANCHOR CHRISTINA HARTMAN You're watching multisource world video news analysis from Newsy After a third explosion at Japan’s Fukushima Daichi nuclear power plant - international observers fear a nuclear meltdown is looming. Nuclear and radiological experts now say the incident is approaching the severity of the Chernobyl disaster of 1986. Adding to those concerns - NPR explains - a fire at the plant’s number 4 reactor has experts worried fuel rods have been exposed - leaving open the possibility they could melt and leak radiation into the atmosphere. CNN contributor Jim Walsh says - he’s watching the plant’s primary containment vessel - which is the last line of defense against full radioactive release. He says he’s hoping this is more Three Mile Island than Chernobyl. “You know, Three Mile Island, when it had its problem, the containment vessel held and while there was some radiation out there, the core did not leak out into the environment.” But on ABC’s Good Morning America - nuclear security expert Joe Cirincione says the plant’s design makes hope difficult. He calls the incident -quote- “unprecedented in nuclear power history.” “It’s made worse by the way the Japanese build their reactors. They cluster them together as you just reported. Many of the plants in Japan have four or more units, so what that means is it’s very efficient, but a disaster at one can avalanche into a complicated disaster next door.” 140,000 people have been ordered to stay indoors. And on Tuesday Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan announced radioactive levels could - quote “have an effect on humans.” According to Canada’s CTV - that public announcement is a step in the right direction AWAY from Chernobyl. “You think of all the people back in the Soviet days who were scrambling to get any information they possibly could, but there was a secretive lid (on the disaster). … Japan appears to have learned from Chernobyl’s mistakes. … the government has been communicating with the public on a daily basis, and emergency measures are in full effect.” According to NPR - as of Tuesday Tokyo Electric Power had evacuated all but 50 of its workers. The ones left behind are working to cool the reactors by pumping in sea water and venting the resulting steam. Follow Newsy on Twitter Newsy_Videos to get daily video updates in your stream. Get more multisource world video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy.
19 Mar 2011
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BY ERIK SHUTE AND HARUMENDHAH HELMY You're watching multiosurce tech news analysis from Newsy This is Newsy Now and here are the headlines you need to know. In Japan — workers of the Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Plant have once again been removed from the site. CNN reports more smoke caused the evacuation. “We did get off the phone from Tepco just minutes ago, and they have confirmed that smoke, blackish smoke is rising from Reactor No. 3. They say something is burning, they just don’t know what it is.” Radiation levels in Tokyo’s tap water have now been deemed unfit for infants. Still in world news — clashes between rebels and pro-Gaddafi forces continue in the Libyan cities of Misurata, Ajdabiya and Benghazi. The ever-defiant leader Muammar Gaddafi appeared on Libya’s national TV yesterday, vowing victory to his supporters. But, as the BBC reports, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton says people close to his regime might have other ideas. Dominic Kane, BBC: “In an address that was apparently live in Tripoli on Tuesday night, his message to his supporters was unrepentant. Muammar Gaddafi: “I am defiant, my home is here. I am here, I am here, I am here.” Dominic Kane: “But even as he was speaking these words, on American TV came the suggestion that perhaps the Gaddafi regime is now trying to explore its options internationally.” Clinton: “I’m not aware that he personally has reached out, but I do know that people allegedly on his behalf have been reaching out.” Still in the Middle East — tension is in Gaza, as Israel launched air strikes on Gaza City early Wednesday. This -- the latest in a string of clashes between the Israeli army and Palestinian groups. Today’s attack came after a Palestinian rocket fired into Southern Israel on Tuesday. That attack was a response to Israeli mortar fire on Monday which killed four Palestinians. According to the New York Times, the group Hamas has fired more than 60 mortar shells and rockets at Israel since Saturday. Israeli warplanes have also carried multiple attacks. In the tech world -- Blackberry is ready to go head-to-head with Apple in the tablet market. The smart phone maker plans to release its Playbook tablet at a base price of $499 -- the same as Apple’s iPad. WJBK looks at the competition. “Well, Wall Street is saying that this would be the closest thing yet to the iPad killer if there is ever such a thing … the price points are largely the same. 499 to 699 on both devices depending on the size that you get. The sales expectations, widely different. At the high point, 4 million playbooks may be sold this year, compared to 30 million iPads." In entertainment -- Chris Brown has a new album and, it appears, a new set of anger issues. On ABC’s Good Morning America, Robin Roberts probed the R&B star about his altercation with ex-girlfriend Rihanna two years ago. After answering the questions and performing on the show, he stormed off set and trashed a GMA dressing room. Slate has more. “After the taping, Brown broke a window in his dressing room. When confronted by one of the show’s producers, Chris removed his shirt, then left skipping a planned second performance on the show. Just to cap things off Brown tweeted ‘I’m so over people bringing this past [expletive] up. Yet we praise Charlie Sheen and other celebs for their [expletive].’” MTV reports Brown approved the questions about the Rihanna incident before the interview with Roberts -- who insists she did not try to antagonize Brown. She says she’s “pulling for the guy.” Stay with Newsy**** for more analyses on news throughout the day. For Newsy Now, I’m Jim Flink -- highlighting the top headlines making you smarter, faster. Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource tech news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
26 Mar 2011
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BY ERIK SHUTE AND HARUMENDHAH HELMY You're watching multisource headline news analysis from Newsy This is Newsy Now and here are the headlines you need to know. In world news — international coalition efforts to impose a no-fly zone over Libya enters the sixth day, as officials loyal to leader Muammar Gaddafi accuse the attacks of claiming civilian lives. The efforts now face a growing number of international critics. euronews reports. “Witnesses heard loud explosions and saw smoke rising from a military base to the east of the city. Officials later showed journalists the bodies of 18 soldiers and civilians that they claim to be have been killed in the overnight raids. But the US says there’s no civilian casualties as a result of the allied action.” Still in world news — workers have returned once again to the Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Plant, after a brief evacuation on Wednesday. Al Jazeera reports on the situation they face. “The reactors’ core temperatures have dropped slightly, but they need to maintain the cooling operations. Workers at the plant still face extreme danger. The nuclear and industrial safety agency said three had been exposed to radiation levels above legal limits, and two of them experience burns. A growing list of countries are restricting imports of produce from near the nuclear plant.” In U.S. news — a massive blaze broke out in the Miami International Airport overnight, after a fuel tank caught fire near the refueling area. Miami’s WPLG has more. “...But your jaw just drops when you see this video. Take a look as flames shot up several feet in the air after this fire broke out near the fuel area... At this time we do not know what caused the flames, but we are hearing that though it is out and that no one was hurt, it could affect flights this morning.” Still in U.S. news -- Twitter is getting a tax break. The San Francisco based company is valued on Wall Street at $7 billion and now the city wants to elminate its payroll tax -- the same tax every small business owner forks over every year. KGO reports. ANCHOR: "What at first looked like a win-win for Twitter and the city of San Francisco is becoming a bit more complicated. The mayor and other city officials are offering the micro blogging company a big tax break, but critics, including some other businesses are objecting." REPORTER: "Supervisors are considering a measure to eliminate their payroll tax for up to six years." LAZARUS: "Over 70 percent of registered voters in our poll in February support this legislation." WOMAN: "If I pay my taxes I don’t know why Twitter can’t pay their taxes." In entertainment -- Elizabeth Taylor’s long-time friend Zsa Zsa Gabor is speaking publically about the the actress’ passing -- and her grim fear that she may be the next Hollywood legend to go. WNYW tells more. “Word of Taylor's passing apparently sent her friend Zsa Zsa Gabor back into the hospital. Gabor's hospital tells Radar Online the Zsa Zsa was rushed to the hospital after becoming hysterical over Taylor's death. It comes a month after Jane Russell died. The 94-year-old is said to have told her husband quote, celebrities go in threes and I'm next.” Stay with Newsy**** for more analysis on news throughout the day. For Newsy Now, I’m Jim Flink -- highlighting the top headlines making you smarter, faster. 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your news feed Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
26 Mar 2011
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