Posts Tagged with "nuclear-power"

Why Environmentalists Should Stand With Accused Whistleblower US Army Pfc. Bradley Manning

Monday, November 28, 2011

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Why Environmentalists Should Stand With Accused Whistleblower US Army Pfc. Bradley Manning

  if you had free reign over classified networks for long periods of time… … and you saw incredible things, awful things… things that belonged in the public domain, and not on some server stored in a dark room in Washington DC… what would you do?  … say… a database of half a million events [...]

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What Does Japan’s Nuclear Meltdown Mean for our Energy Future?

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

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What Does Japan’s Nuclear Meltdown Mean for our Energy Future?

Japan’s earthquake, tsunami and nuclear power plant disaster have dominated headlines around the world since news broke last Friday. Thousands of people have died in Japan over the past few days, and many more are at risk of radiation sickness from the ongoing nuclear power plant meltdown. My heart aches for all of the families in [...]

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Los Angeles Times deconstructs nuclear power

Tuesday, July 24, 2007

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A comprehensive editorial in today’s Los Angeles Times provides a timely deconstruction of existing arguments in favor of nuclear power. Aside from outlining the numerous risks and uncertainties associated with our atomic future, The Times cites efficiency and expansion of renewables such as wind and solar as a much better alternative in reducing emissions as [...]

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