Japanese Government NISA Caught Promoting Manipulation of Nuclear and MOX Focused Public Symposiums
Fukushima Daiichi Reactor 3 Roof Composite Images With Originals
Hamaoka Nuclear Power PLant Unable To Remove Damaged Fuel Rod for 17 Years (1994)
Nuclear plant workers developed cancer despite lower radiation exposure than legal limit
Despite Vermont Block Entergy Orders Nuclear Fuel For Vermont Yankee Nuclear Power Plant - Classic Case of 'We know better than you'
NRC Issues Last Required Authorization to Approve Uranium Mining Project in Wyoming
Worker at Fukushima Daiichi Tells: Some day labourers got big money for braving the radiation
The Long Road Ahead: A Fukushima Policeman Talks About Life After the Disaster in Japan
Workers Speak Out Against TEPCO: No Warnings of Radiation Dangers and Not Paying Promised Amounts
Japan to Test 360,00 Residents Thyroids Every 2 Years For Life After Fukushima
The Expansion of The Nuclear Experiment: Floating Nuclear Power Plants - 180 Mwe, 600m US Dollar, Areva/France Barge-mounted Nuclear Power Plant
In a recent flurry of nuclear criticism, the United States and AREVA have gone on the offensive, declaring a nuclear future, and criticizing Japan and Germany for recent decisions and comments regarding nuclear free energy policies.
On June 10, 2011, the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) completed an initial operator license examination at Cooper Nuclear Station. NRC examiners evaluated the competency of four applicants for reactor operator licenses and four applicants for instant senior reactor operator licenses at Cooper Nuclear Station.
The government and Tokyo Electric Power Co. have released a new road map for ending the ongoing crisis at the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant, which adheres to their initial process chart for trying to achieve a "cold shutdown" of reactors at the crippled facility by January.
Documents show that the central government was not upfront from even before moving into nuclear energy in the 1950s and used a fake report in deciding on the administrative structure to be used in the nuclear energy field.
After Nuclear Disaster and Radiation Scare Some Fukushima Students Hosted in Hawaii for Healing
On Sunday Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff presided over a ceremony in Itagui, near Rio de Janiero, where four nuclear submarines are scheduled to be built. No mention is made of the nuclear disaster in Fukushima, the safety or risks of nuclear submarines, instead the focus was on impressing the "big shots".