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The FBI and DHS have said there is "no indication of a threat to public safety."
But the seas are now rising much faster than they did in the past, largely due to climate change, which accelerates thermal
The green witch returned to the northern land of the kingdom, this time under the shape of a giant wave, that the inhabitants agreed on calling "tsunami", and she faced with fury the white witch. Many lands of the north and the great castle of DAI-ICHI were destroyed.
But in 2010, the Obama administration shut down work on the waste storage facility and created a panel of experts to evaluate
Now that Congress, as part of its fiscal cliff compromise, has given the wind industry a one year extension on its present tax rules, it's time to take a sober look at the real economics behind the struggle between future energy and fossil fuels.
Meanwhile, in Japan, seven plants — one of which is currently under construction — are located in zones at risk of a tsunami
On March 11, 2011, an earthquake off the coast of Japan triggered a massive tsunami that killed more than 19,000 people and
Every proposed nuclear plant in the U.S. already must undergo an extensive environmental review that examines the site’s
Some things never change: the Orwellian impulse to hide the truth about nuclear dangers remains one of them.
The Illinois State Senate passed a potentially catastrophic bill lifting the current moratorium on new nuclear power plants with no input from the Nuclear Issues Task Force.
Nuclear development remains an emotional and controversial issue. Obama's proposals come at a time many countries are criticizing Iran and North Korea for nuclear enrichment programs.
Facts and statistics tell a story very different from the conventional media depiction of nuclear and fossil fuel as the mainstays of the future, raising the question, "Who is fooling whom?"