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Nuclear Energy Inst. 1h
Will you be watching the this week? One thing we’re curious about: How have recent discussions on climate, including the , impacted candidates’ views on clean energy?
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Appia Energy Corp. Jun 21
Japan plans carbon emission cuts, more nuclear energy
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Aaron Schwarz Jun 22
Only three significant accidents occurred during ~17,000 reactor-years of civil operation. Of all accidents & incidents, only Chernobyl & Fukushima accidents resulted in radiation doses to the public greater than those resulting from exposure to natural sources 42!
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Natasha Way 10h
Nuclear power#gonuclear as much as it has a bad wrap, do did haS when t first started and has killed just as many of not more people over the years. People were scared then, but we learned. Learn more about nuclear power (self sustained power) it’s worth the look!
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Sherry Mountain 2h
Another great read. Seriously can’t believe how many people believe a nuclear power plant spews CO2. It’s steam people! Water. The power plant is making clouds. ⛅️
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John Randall 22h
Just like the didn’t invent racism but gave it a voice, you didn’t invent the ridiculous anti-nuclear movement but you’re suregiving it a voice . I love most of what you’re doing but you’re dead wrong about how to tackle the climate change issue.
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Aaron Schwarz 16h
A clean, compact, science intensive, applied technology marvel, awesome companies combine nuclear physics with industrial manufacturing to build awesome powerful nuclear reactors / thanks to groups like Framatome (image of one of their employees) & a fuel bundle
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Desmond Yuen Jun 23
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Christy Arter Jun 23
Replying to @ThinksChristy
Most electricity for land used? Most displaced CO2? Know where waste is? Waste can be refurbished to use again? Most long-term jobs? is the answer.
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Aaron Schwarz 15h
Energy Energy Energy Energy Energy Energy Energy Energy Energy Energy Energy Energy Energy Energy Energy Energy Energy Energy Energy Energy Energy Energy Energy Energy Energy Energy Energy Energy Energy Energy for billions of years with fuel breeding FTW 42
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Jarret Adams May 8
He is also tragically wrong about
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Nuclear Friends Fnd Jun 22
Like, Comment & RT ⚡️ “ Contest”
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Nuclear Focus 11h
Bipartisan House Members Introduce Nuclear Energy Leadership Act
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News Bulb Jun 22
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Emeric FINCK Jun 23
Replying to @GretaThunberg
Electricity generation alone creates the biggest amount of CO2-emissions, ~13 of 33 GtCO2. If the world doesn't RADICALLY TRANSFORM its coal+gaz electricity system into a + one, it will simply be enough for loosing the 2° battle. Try to think about it.
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Aaron Schwarz 16h
Burning coal releases more radiative metals & toxic fallout than every Nuclear Reactor combined, even when you add in large scale nuclear accidents + air & climate changing gas emissions. offers a clean solution to future base loads
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Aaron Schwarz 16h
Journey to the heart of Energy - How a nuclear power plant works 42
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Humphry Davy Jun 20
Tanzanian physicist Sir Chris Nding’wa wins the Scottish gold medal in physics. Nding’wa was awarded for his remarkable ideas on the fundamental uses of nuclear energies. Beating the odds
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Aaron Schwarz 16h
Framatome leader in energy market for designing, building, maintaining, & advancing global nuclear reactors with manufacturing, installing components, fuel & instrumentation & control systems for nuclear power plants + reactor services
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Abhinav Agarwal Jun 23
Replying to @AbhinavAgarwal
"Midnight in Chernobyl: The Untold Story of the World's Greatest Nuclear Disaster", by Adam Higginbotham "'An invaluable contribution to history.' Serhii Plokhy, Evening Standard"
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