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Aging reactors: a failure to plan that will haunt nuclear utilities

One reason that giant nuclear utilities like Exelon, Entergy, Duke and others are so aggressively taking extraordinary steps to force ratepayers to keep their obsolete, aging reactors operating at any cost is that these utilities have failed to adequately plan for the reality that reactors have a limited operational life and at some point will have to be retired. 1,285 more words


Rediscovering relevance for policy research. Think tanks and the impact agenda

This was a great surprise for me. There is little or no scientific evidence that policies influenced by research are better policies. And that’s why  every think tank staffer and agency officer in the US should start by reading  1,092 more words



The Buildcorp NRC Semi-Finals kick off on Friday night with Charles Sturt University NSW Country Eagles hosting McInnes Wilson Lawyers Brisbane City on the NSW Central Coast.  303 more words

Australian Rugby

Nigerian Reunion Convention Experience 2014 with Team LasGiiDi

Follow Team LasGiiDi all the way from West Texas to Downtown Atlanta to experience the Nigerian Reunion Convention 2014. It is definitely an experience worth relieving.



Tade Lasgiidi

The return of Yucca Mountain?

The tortured history of the Yucca Mountain radioactive waste project took another twist Thursday as the NRC released a key portion of its Safety Evaluation Report (SER) for the project. 1,545 more words


Community Alert Siren Today at 10:00am for South OC Beaches

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The annual siren test for the recently retired San Onofre nuclear plant will take place today Wednesday October 15 2014. 278 more words

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Research Journal 14: Wardle "Identity, Authority, and Learning to Write in New Workplaces"

Authority is learned and earned. It is maintained through individuals speech and actions as well as writing in a particular discourse community. A person can speak clearly and appropriately in their discourse, but may not be recognized by some, depending on their authority in the discourse. 359 more words