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Is Miami On The Brink Of A Nuclear Disaster?

New reports indicate a Fukushima-style nuclear disaster is inevitable in the Miami area, and need to be investigated immediately.

Concerns over the possibility of a Fukushima-like nuclear meltdown event in the U.S. 821 more words


A Very Serious Post About Nuclear Apocalypse

Here are some things that are creepy: clowns hiding under bridges. A forty year old man with glasses and a camera sitting on a swing in a children’s playground. 845 more words


Biotech, Nuclear Energy Startups Crash Y Combinator Demo Day

When Y Combinator co-founder Paul Graham passed the keys of his uber-successful seed accelerator program to Sam Altman in February, he did so with an eye on the future. 729 more words


A Free Market Lesson for Exelon

In our last post, we mentioned the Invisible Hand, an idea brought forth by the patron saint of Free Markets, Adam Smith. As we pointed out, Exelon on its website extols the virtues of the Free Market and anathematizes the very notion of subsidies to players in it — except, of course, when Exelon itself is the intended recipient of that subsidy. 691 more words


The Ruins of Chernobyl

By Christine Schindler

It starts with a guessing game. ‘How many people do you think live in Chernobyl?’ Gayla, our guide, asks as we wait at the first checkpoint of Chernobyl. 1,189 more words