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Nuclear Weapons and Public Health


The atom has proven to be the Dionysius of physics: in contrast with the beneficial applications of nuclear science in agriculture, medicine, and environmental studies, atomic weapons inflict bacchic chaos on their possessors and their victims. 1,195 more words

Nuclear News Roundup for 11/27/15

Nuclear news roundup based on reports from World Nuclear News, NucNet, and wire services

Significant Expansion Of Nuclear Is Essential, Says Climate Group

(NucNet): Significant expansion of nuclear energy is needed for the world to achieve an 80% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. 1,528 more words


A Welcome Endorsement for Nuclear Power

A Welcome Endorsement for Nuclear Power
by JBS President John F. McManus

Joshua S. Goldstein is emeritus professor of international relations at American University and a research scholar at the University of Massachusetts. 702 more words

John Birch Society

Can uranium bioremediation be effective over long time periods?

A new paper describes the results of experiments to simulate the long-term behaviour of uranium in the subsurface, post-bioremediation. Uranium-contaminated groundwater is a problem at many nuclear sites; stimulating the microbial reduction of aqueous U(VI) to insoluble U(IV) via the application of an electron donor has been proposed as a mechanism to remediate this contamination. 194 more words