Time Russian Bear bared some fangs
What happens to the utensils, plates ... Washington, devoid of all evidence and in contradiction to the reports from the International Atomic Energy Agency from inspectors on the ground in Iran that there was no diversion of uranium from the legal energy ...
Japan nuclear crisis calls future of atomic energy into question
A small number of those plants ... Davis: If you look at the Department of Energy’s Annual Energy Outlook, they forecast that by 2035, we’re going to be at a 30 percent increase in energy, about a 22 percent increase in electricity.
The next weak nuclear link? Here’s where to look
At the same time, the focus on Fukushima — which took place as a result of a confluence of factors that are unlikely to happen with ... also a former head of Nuclear Power Technology Development at the International Atomic Energy Agency in Vienna.
Nuclear power is safest way to make electricity, according to study
Many experts think there is an urgent need to determine what role nuclear power should play in feeding America’s energy ... of Atomic Radiation, with the number still rising. As of 2005, only 15 were fatal. To date, there is no clear increase in leukemia ...
Energy rivals to face eased demand
The economic impact such restarts will have, regardless of whether nuclear energy will still be cost-competitive with liquefied natural gas, which Japan is pushing to increase, and, most importantly, what will happen to the atomic waste the restarted ...