The Carnival of Nuclear Energy 156 is up at ANS Nuclear Cafe
NukePowerTalk – Various energy technologies are not monolithic. When we speak broadly of nuclear, solar, or wind power, we may be ignoring important differences in the economics or other considerations of specific technologies. The commenter raised the comparison of photovoltaics to solar water heating, but Gail notes that the same thing may apply for different nuclear or wind power options as well.
NASA and Ohio State University research on molten salt reactors for space
EPA guidelines to balance risks during radiation and other crisis situations – because things other than radiation can be the greater dangers
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