Gore disciple includes nuclear as an "Inconvenient Truth" solution

The Al Gore presentation titled “An Inconvenient Truth” has had a run in the theaters and is selling like hot cakes on DVD. Live versions are being presented at college campuses and at town hall meetings around the globe by volunteers that believe strongly in the message and the need for change. There are a […]

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The Atomic Show #044 – Rural electricity to atomic airplanes

Topics on the show range all the way from rural electricity to atomic airplanes. The desire for electricity and the services that it provides is growing throughout the world. In many places the main source of that power is burning diesel fuel in small generators. Much of the conversation was spurred by an article in […]

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Right Democrat blog supports nuclear power

The RightDemocrat blog describes itself in the following manner: Right Democrat is the voice of Democrats who believe in economic populism and social traditionalism. This site is dedicated to revitalizing the mainstream populist wing of our party. For too long, both parties have ignored the concerns of working and middle class Americans. The blog’s author […]

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Coal power plant developers scouting Wiscasset (site of the former Maine Yankee nuclear plant)

According to an article in MaineToday.com titled Wiscasset scouted for power plant, there are some power plant developers that are interested in building a coal-fired power plant in Wiscasset, Maine, on the site where the Maine Yankee nuclear power plant (now completely decommissioned) used to be. The site has a number of advantages for a […]

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Gene Karpinski is wrong about nuclear power's prospects and acceptability

Mr. Gene Karpinski is the President of the League of Conservation Voters, based in Washington, DC. He is excited about the prospects for changes in governmental attitudes toward environmental issues that have arisen from the recent congressional elections. He was interviewed by Bruce Gellerman of Living on Earth on January 5, 2007. Here is the […]

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Asean states very interested in nuclear power plants

TodayOnline.com, a web version of a compact daily newspaper published in Singapore, posted a story on 6 January 2007 titled The atom calls to KL, Jakarta that provides some information about the atomic power plant plans for Kuala Lumpur, Indonesia, Vietnam, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Thailand, all of which are located in southeast Asia and […]

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