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Tuesday, August 25, 2015

List of Nuclear Related Sites That One Particular Paid Nuke Promoters Has Capped Comments On

The Brief Wondrous Life (and Long Dangerous Half-Life) of Strontium-90 

Japan Returns to Nuclear Power for the First Time in Two Years. Now What?

Facebook to Power New Data Center With 100% Wind Energy

 

Did We Almost Lose New York?

NOVA: Nuclear Meltdown Disaster

Why We Need Nuclear Power to Save the Planet

Lessons from the Fukushima Nuclear Accident

Around the World, Nuclear Can’t Compete With Growing Renewables

Sendai nuclear power plant restart

Outage hits pumps at Fukushima plant; toxic water leaks into ocean

New, Haunting Video Inside Ground Zero Of Fukushima Nuclear Meltdown Shows Colossal Radiation

Fukushima’s 4th Anniversary Brings Hope Amidst Radioactive Ruins as Renewable Energy Revolution Soars 


Mike Carey Renewable Search 5 months ago

Hi there, RS, did you sleep well? Hope so, but here's something to think about the next time it's late and you decide to sign off with a few gratuitous insults. Take a moment to look in the mirror. You might be saying more about yourself when you describe someone else as emotional and ignorant, huh? At least that's what the psych text books say.
Take care and have a nice day.

Not just a power struggle: Closing Illinois' nukes is a bad idea

Indian Point Accident

Fukushima - Selling Out the Next Generation

Residents Challenge Pilgrim’s Permit For New Nuclear Waste Site 

Nuclear Power Industry Still Has an Unclear Future

California drought: Water shortages a near certainty for this summer as feds announce low deliveries

Carbon crash, solar dawn: Deutsche Bank on why solar has already won

U.K. takes down data showing footprint of nuclear vs. “renewables”

Heastie Differs With Cuomo On Indian Point

Why was the Sendai nuclear power plant restarted?

Guest editorial: Nuclear risk in Seattle’s backyard

Time to Reconsider Nuclear Propulsion

What Size Battery Would You Need to Power Your House?

Japanese Officials Crimp a Solar Juggernaut

Discussion on Grist 270 comments

Don’t panic! Fukushima radiation just hit the West Coast

Still No Solution to Storage of High-Level Radioactive Nuclear Waste

Be more afraid of fossil fuels than nuclear power, scientist says

Fukushima – A Global Threat That Requires a Global Response

Nuclear energy film overstates positives, underplays negatives

COLUMN-Is nuclear power the answer on climate change? 

Moderated, left comment, Well reality is playing out in economics.    The new nuclear plants being built in Georgia, Vogtle 3 and 4, will cost around $65B to build, finance, and operate them throughout their life.

That works out to 15 cents per kWH, which does not include transmission, overhead and profit, or long term storage of waste.

The real numbers from Vogtle are here at the link, easy to understand spreadsheet.

That will triple the rate that the poor people of Georgia already pay.     The best choice is just abandon the project now.

http://nukeprofessional.blogspot.com/2015/08/what-is-real-kwh-cost-of-new-generation.html

Nuclear Exodus: Pandora’s Promise Was a Lie – Must see documentary. 

 

Nuclear Plant unharmed in South Carolina earthquake

Noam Chomsky: From Hiroshima to Fukushima, Vietnam to Fallujah, State Power Ignores Its Massive Harm

New Power Sources Planned to Replace Nuclear Plant

 

Karl Grossman: A nuclear coverup | Riverhead News Review

The Myth of Nuclear Safety: Fukushima Reveals That Nuclear Power Is Here to Stay

Nuclear Energy without Fear

Ohio Group Holds Out Hope For Thorium Energy

World Needs to Get Ready for Next Nuclear Power Plant Accident

 

Thorium: the wonder fuel that wasn't

 

Why Nuclear Power Will Always Be Scary

 Fukushima’s Children are Dying

  All Things Nuclear 9 comments

Nuclear Power and Emergency Preparedness

 

Activists Permanently Shut Down Vermont Yankee Nuke Plant

Professors Plead With Greens to Accept Nuclear Power

Is Nuclear Power Ever Coming Back?

Fukushima’s Children are Dying

 

Health studies explode the myth of the ‘safe’ nuclear power plant

Energy Crunch: Nuclear Future?

 

2014: The Year Of Futility In The Fight Against Climate Change 

Typical comment from the troll

Yes, Dear Reader, BEWARE the writings of those who assert facts without providing any way to validate them. Especially beware of those who say things that anyone can disprove by using their own knowledge and common sense.
So, when Denis said, twice, that the temperature of Venus was due to the pressure of its CO2 in the atmosphere, and NOT due to the heat trapping nature of the CO2 itself, everyone should BEWARE of any statements he makes. But, he was honest enough to acknowledge his error, and obviously can learn from his own analysis of situations like that.
So, again, Dear Reader, beware of those who will say things they cannot explain in simple terms, and provide credible sources to validate their assertions.
Cheers.

 

Solar Energy Could Power America 100 Times Over

Nuclear Power Cannot Be Made Safe: It's Just a Clean Way to Die

Wind & Solar Energy Generation Capacities Both Catching Up With Nuclear

Japan needs a national debate on nuclear risks, ex-U.S. regulator says

 

3 Myths From Pro-Nuclear Film ‘Pandora’s Promise’

Fukushima Radiation Nearing West Coast

Stigma against nuclear energy needs to change

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5 comments:

  1. Hey, stock!

    Do me a favor please. When trying to post this Petition, disqus or someone marked it as spam:

    https://www.change.org/p/united-states-nuclear-regulatory-commission-protect-children-from-radiation-exposure

    Can you try to post it via disqus and see what happens?

    Also, whenever posting a comment thru disqus and then go straight to Enenews, there's always a "Boeing" ad that shows (in the google ad). Does this happen to you, too?

    Take care.

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  2. Hey stock,

    You were asking a few days back for info on cesium137 in fish, etc.

    "PROOF that fish accumulate a lot of Cesium137 --->

    “Pendleton et al. state that Cs137 is even more available to organisms
    living in aquatic environments than in terrestrial environments, and,
    because of the trophic level effect already cited, predacious fish may
    accumulate this nuclide up to 10,000 times the level in the water.

    Comar reports that Cs137 is concentrated in the flesh of aquatic organisms
    by a factor of 5 to 20 over that of the surrounding water and Gustafson reports high concentrations of Cs137 in fresh water fish.”

    Page 29:
    http://ufdcimages.uflib.ufl.edu/UF/00/09/82/13/00001/cesium137otherga00roes.pdf

    ^^^ that document has a lot of good information on cesium137 including how it acts in soil, for example:

    "Downward movement of cesium In undisturbed soils is even less than 137 strontium. After five years, 50 to 80 per cent of added Cs remained in the upper 5 centimeters with little penetration below 10 centimeters."

    And so much more information. Definitely recommend you sinking your teeth into that doc.

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  3. Karl Grossman is on the Board of Directors for Beyond Nuclear. Its on their IRS disclosure. Thought you knew that. That hardly makes his journalism unbiased.

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