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Bias possible from nuclear official's job search
The Daily Progress
Mr. Magwood, a member of the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, is leaving that position at the end of the month to become director general of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development's Nuclear Energy Agency. Nearly three dozen ...
Ruling on Nuclear Waste Storage Could Create a "Catastrophic Risk"Mother Jones
New Salem County nuclear reactor would have small impact on environment ...Today's Sunbeam -
34 Groups Urge NRC to Postpone Key Votes in Order to Avoid 'Taint' of ...eNews Park Forest

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The Nuclear Option: When Officer Safety Is Job No. 1, Citizens Die
Breitbart News
Defending yet another police shooting of an American citizen, St. Louis Police Chief Sam Dotson last week casually made a stunning admission — one that fell largely on deaf ears among the twisted media, race pimps and merchants of racial discord ...


Molten Salt Nuclear Reactors: Part Of America's Long-Term Energy Future?
The EFTF's Nuclear Operations and Project Management Consultant Dave Amerine is a converted former nuclear engineer with 45 years in the nuclear industry, a storied career, and experience on the leadership teams of eight different nuclear plants. He's ...

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Wednesday's papers: Nuclear decision-time, Finland's the weakest link, and ...
YLE News
Wednesday's papers: Nuclear decision-time, Finland's the weakest link, and 13,000 jobs to go. Many of the papers give over their top stories today to covering the implications of the government's expected decision tomorrow to give the go-ahead to a new ...

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Meet Kim Jong Un's New Nuclear Warriors
Foreign Policy
Moreover, graduate or doctoral students who assisted in research for North Korea's first nuclear test in 2006 have since then most likely enjoyed career advancement. Similarly, a low-level technician or graduate student who participated in the 1998 ...

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Russia's Alfa Class Was The Terrifying Hot Rod Sub Of The Cold War
... (as opposed to more than double that for the Victor Class of similar vintage), meant that the crew size had to be dramatically decreased, thus very innovative automation would have to be developed to allow a crew of 31 to do the job that a crew of ...

The State

Savannah River Site officials meet with Beaufort residents about water quality ...
The State
Kim Cauthen, right, environmental engineer with Savannah River Nuclear Solutions, leads a session -- or "Information Pod" -- on environmental monitoring and restoration the evening of Sept. 22, 2014, at ... Some came seeking job opportunities. Some ...

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Provide technical support for LWD gamma ray, neutron porosity, density, elemental capture, and pulsed neutron logging measurements, including: providing expert analysis of log data, and establishing, monitoring, and enforcing standards for nuclear log service delivery, including log presentation and digital data delivery.
Japan's nuclear watchdog Wednesday gave the green light for two reactors to restart, a year after the nation shut down its last unit, but the operator still has to persuade local communities they are safe.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe may have hoped that a 40-year-old mother-of-two with impeccable political pedigree might prove the acceptable face of nuclear power when he appointed her industry minister. "I too am raising children," Obuchi told a press conference shortly after being made Japan's first female minister of economy, trade and industry. The central government must offer a full ...
Molten salt nuclear reactors have many advantages over the current light water reactors, and they are inherently a lot safer. But there are many hurdles to overcome between today and commercial viability.
Beginning Oct. 1, officers and enlisted personnel in its beleaguered nuclear missile force will get new financial incentives of up to $300 per month.
Having a nuclear power plant in your backyard is a reality for many people in our area. As TVA finishes up the Watts Bar plant and hopes to re-license the Sequoyah Plant, we're getting a gauge on how the public feels about nuclear safety. The Nuclear Regulatory Commission held two meetings at Soddy Daisy City Hall. ...
A 55-gallon drum of nuclear waste, buried in a salt shaft 2,150 feet under the New Mexico desert, violently erupted late on Feb. 14 and spewed mounds of radioactive white foam.
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