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Nuclear Power Plants: Keeping Us Warm During the Winter

When the weather outside is frightful, leading nuclear energy activist says it is nuclear energy that keeps us warm.

In a recent news release, Nuclear Energy Institute (NEI) Vice President Richard Myers said, “During periods of extreme weather, nuclear energy’s importance to the U.S. 234 more words

Duke Energy

Enabling or disruptive technology for nuclear engineering?

A couple of weeks ago I ranted about the need to develop small modular reactors whose components can be mass-produced in a similar way to the wings, cockpit, tail-planes, fuselage and engines of an Airbus aeroplane that are manufactured in factories in different countries in Europe prior to final assembly and commissioning in Toulouse, France. 388 more words

Engineering Soapbox

Washington state: a pioneer for clean air

Washington state was serious about climate change before most people had heard of climate change. Well, actually, Washington state was serious about clean air. The state built most of its electric grid on hydro power, and then added nuclear energy. 1,178 more words

Energy Northwest

Definition of Nuclear Energy

Nuclear energy is the energy that is found in the nucleus of an atom. The atoms are smaller particles which can be divided into a material. 30 more words


You Want Smart Ass, Well OK. One Of My Favs: "Well OK." One For The Stereotype Singers.

Take demographics on the Titles I have executed. ” They just had their shit together. So much they are dead. No mentally disabled ever went to work in 100% Public genocide. 299 more words



So I’m playing musical chairs with doctors lately.  They are either moving away or not covered under my insurance so I’ll have to pay for office visits out of pocket for him.   700 more words