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Insurmountable risks. Can nuclear power solve the global warming problem?

AuthorSmith, Brice
Descriptionachtergrond
Date 1 August 2006
Page number1-2/5-9
MagazineScience for Democratic Action, Takoma Park, USA
Year 14
No2
Number of pages 6
Tags: WASTE GENERAL -
IMPORTANCE NUCLEAR IN TOTAL ENERGYPRODUCTION - interest in total production (by country; see otherwise GLOBAL IMPORTANCE OF NUCLEAR POWER).
GREENHOUSE EFFECT - Global warming
DOE - USA - Department of Energy, Department of Energy
ELECTRICITY PRICE -
ELECTRICITY - role of nuclear power in electricty
ENERGY - Energy - general
NUCLEAR ENERGY - very general
COST COMPARISON - in cash and / or for profit
MIT - Massachusetts Institute of Technology
RESEARCH INSTITUTEN - In the broad sense of the word
ACCIDENTS NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS -
PLUTONIUM - environment, use, production, discussion transuranic
PROLIFERATION - proliferation of nuclear technology / material / knowledge
SNL SANDIA NAT.LAB. - Sandia National Laboratories, USA
REACTOR SAFETY -
ENRICHMENT -
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - United States
YUCCA MOUNTAIN - US; Nevada, underground waste repository

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