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Croatian Nuclear Society

I have never regarded nuclear radiation or nuclear power as anything other than a normal and inevitable part of the environment. Our prokaryotic forebears evolved on a planet-sized lump of fallout from a star-sized nuclear explosion, a supernova that synthesised the elements that go to make our planet and ourselves. <James Lovelock>

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  1. BBC News

    How should we manage nuclear energy?
    BBC News
    At a quarter to four in the afternoon on Friday, 11 March 2011, a 14-metre tsunami crashed over the defensive seawall at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. But the seawall was only designed to protect the plant, situated on Japan's eastern ...
    Nuclear Can Be Friends With Renewables—If It's ModularGreentech Media
    Court: Sailors can sue in US over Japanese nuclear disasterPennEnergy
    Snap Poll: Majority backs subsidies for nuclear plantsRochester Business Journal
    The American Interest -Asia Times
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  2. Washington Post

    A reactor in Idaho could change the future of nuclear energy — if it survives Trump's budget
    Washington Post
    The future of the nuclear energy in the United States may well run through rural Idaho, where the federal Energy Department, a nuclear technology company and a power utility are collaborating on a power plant that nuclear advocates hope will boost the ...
    Nuclear power on the 'front burner,' says Energy Secretary Rick PerryCNBC
    Does Nuclear Energy Have a Future in the United States?The Beacon
    South Korea steps back from nuclear powerFinancial Times
    all 213 news articles »

  3. The Hill

    House passes nuclear energy tax bill | TheHill
    The Hill
    The bill, bipartisan legislation from Reps. Tom Rice (R-S.C.), Earl Blumenauer Earl BlumenauerOvernight Energy: Zinke, Perry take heat over Trump budget ...
    House passes tax bill to boost nuclear power - Washington ExaminerWashington Examiner

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  4. Inside Science News Service

    Using the Sound of Nuclear Energy | Inside Science
    Inside Science News Service
    (Inside Science) -- Natural disasters can happen anywhere in the world at any time. According to Federal Emergency Management Agency, between 2011 and ...

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  5. Wall Street Journal (subscription)

    South Korea Is Powering Down Its Nuclear-Energy Industry
    Wall Street Journal (subscription)
    SEOUL—South Korea said it would scrap plans to build new nuclear-power plants and halt operation of the country's oldest reactor, marking a shift for a nation that ranks among the most reliant on atomic energy. President Moon Jae-in, the left-leaning ...

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