Australia wants to be kept informed about uranium recycling efforts

A May 17, 2006 article in The Australian titled Howard flags N-power discusses the nuclear energy interests of the current Australian Prime Minister. Australia, the site of approximately 40% of the world’s proven uranium reserves is also the world’s leading exporter of the heavy metal fuel raw material. The country does not operate any power […]

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Edmonton Sun Column – This province should embrace nuke energy

On Saturday, 13 May 2006 the Edomonton Sun published a column by Kerry Diotte titled This province should embrace nuke energy. I recommend that you read it and enjoy a sensible argument for the increased use of nuclear energy in Alberta Canada. Of course, many of the thoughts expressed in the column can be applied […]

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Somewhere between 150 and 250 people killed in a gasoline inferno in Nigeria

It is difficult to explain just how saddened I am by the news of yet another gasoline pipeline explosion in Nigeria. I am a little late to talk about it; the explosion happened on Friday, May 12. Nigeria, which supplies the United States with about $70-100 million worth of oil each day, has a huge […]

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Peter Campbell – We need a real nuclear debate

Peter Campbell is an IT consultant and environmental campaigner (according to his Blogger profile). He blogs at Peter Campbell’s blog on the state of the planet. This morning he told that world that “We need a real nuclear debate.” I agree with that and believe that the blogosphere is a great place to host that […]

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Atomic Show Number 15 – Using nuclear power to help control gasoline prices

During episode 15 of The Atomic Show, Shane and I discuss the economic pain of every increasing gasoline prices and ways that nuclear power can work to alleviate some of the supply pressures that are driving those prices. Please check it out! PS – Though the magic of Google AdSense might make this comment hard […]

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NEI Nuclear Notes: Continuing The Myths and Facts Debate

NEI Nuclear Notes: Continuing The Myths and Facts Debate Eric McErlain has published a post that contains excerpts from a recent speech by Skip Bowman, the NEI President. The speech outlined the case for continuing to move forward with Yucca Mountain as the nation’s answer to the long term storage of used nuclear fuel. Though […]

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The Atomic Show #015 – Can more nuclear energy affect rising gas prices

During show number 15 of The Atomic Show, Shane and I discuss the effects of ever increasing gasoline prices on people that need to drive light trucks as part of the way that they earn their living. We then discuss how nuclear power, specifically smaller nuclear reactors designed to compete in markets currently dominated by […]

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