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U.S. and Canadian leaders are in Chicago for a two-day summit on the future of energy relations between to the two countries. The Chicago Council on Global Affairs spearheaded the Thursday and Friday conference with U.S. and Canadian business leaders, policymakers and energy experts.

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Russian expedition to study impact of Fukushima accident on Sea of Japan

Russian expedition to study impact of Fukushima accident on Sea of Japan
Russian expedition to study impact of Fukushima accident on Sea of Japan

Union of Concerned Scientists - Senseless deprivation: the NRC keeps hiding documents from the public

Senseless Deprivation: The NRC Hiding Documents from the Public - All Things Nuclear
Sensory deprivation involves the intentional elimination of stimuli of one or more of the senses of sight, sound, smell, touch, and taste. While it can be used to promote meditation and other helpful applications, it often has more sinister connotations. For example, few if any Hollywood films featu…

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The series of groundwater monitoring wells near the sea front have seen continued changes consisting of high levels of various radioactive isotopes. Beta radiation in well 1-6 jumped to 5.1 million bq/liter on the 17th. This well began to decrease by the next day. Wells 1-14 and 1-16 began to increase on the 18th. Well 1-14 saw an increase in cesium. Both wells saw an increase in beta radiation the second day. TEPCO claims they will continue to monitor these wells daily. The ongoing behavior of these wells and any related increases in contamination inside the port or the sea near the plant could indicate an ongoing pathway for contaminated water to leak to the sea. This article would not be possible without the extensive efforts of the SimplyInfo research team Join the conversation at All content is copyright Content cited, quoted etc. from other sources is under the respective rights of ...

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Over the weekend a contract worker at the Cooper nuclear power plant in Nebraska dropped a 14 foot control rod blade onto the nuclear reactor core during refueling operations. Workers were replacing the...

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