Spent Nuclear Fuel: A Trash Heap Deadly for 250,000 Years, or a Renewable Energy Source?
Feb. 17. 2009
RED WING, Minn. (The Associated Press)
A radioactive piece of equipment shipped from the Prairie Island, Minn.,
nuclear plant to Pennsylvania in October shifted during transport, and had
radiation levels eight times over safety standards by the time it reached
Feb. 18, 2009
By Matthew Legg Business editor
Nuclear chiefs have defended a controversial decision to question former employees of the Drigg waste dump to help them find
out what is in it.
This analysis was published in the Press And Journal of Middletown, Pa., in September 2008.
By Marlene Lang
We who live and work and go to school in Middletown are living and working and going to school at a crucial moment in the history of nuclear power. And so is the rest of the nation, of course.
By Marlene Lang
On June 2, 2008, the U.S. Department of Energy was expected to file its application with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission for a license to move ahead with building the nation a nuclear waste dump 90 miles outside of Las Vegas, near fault lines and only 8 miles from the site of a 1992 earthquake. And above the water table. Has anyone told the DOE that water flows down, and carries with it almost anything that crosses its path?
By Eric Epstein
Remember the environmentalist who proclaimed the dawn of a new day as he drove around town in his electric powered automobile? He chirped about the cleanliness of this mode of transport until it was pointed out that the battery was charged by the coal burning power plant down the road...
Well, he’s baaaaaaaack! A little plumper and older but still addicted. This time he’s got a better deal: Nuclear power.