Monthly Archives: April 2010

Nuclear Energy: Pros and Cons

An excerpt from Design is the Problem, by Nathan Shedroff PROS Lower carbon dioxide (and other greenhouse gases) released into theatmosphere in power generation. Low operating costs (relatively). Known, developed technology “ready” for market. Large power-generating capacity able to meet … Continue reading

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China – Cleaning the Air

China is working to clean the air and using green energy, alternative energy and electric vehicles to cut down on pollution.

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Nuclear Power Plants and Potassium Iodide (KI)

FEMA’s – Nuclear Power Plant Preparedness Document “The thyroid gland is vulnerable to the uptake of radioactive iodine. If a radiological release occurs at a nuclear power plant, States may decide to provide the public with a stable iodine, potassium … Continue reading

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Clean and Green FTW #2

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Explosive Silicon Gas Casts Shadow on Solar Power Industry

Silane gas has killed and injured workers at cell-making plants. Can the photovoltaic industry live without it? Read the Scientific American article.

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