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Will Mars Be a Hub For Nuclear Energy Or Solar Power?

Sunday, November 27, 2011

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Will Mars Be a Hub For Nuclear Energy Or Solar Power?

Opportunity and Spirit were the two last NASA Mars rovers sent to outer-space in 2003. They used solar energy as a source of energy. However, from Cape Canaveral, in November 2011 another rover has started its mission but with nuclear power. Spirit and Opportunity – Solar Powered Rovers Apparently, solar power and nuclear power have [...]

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Cold fusion Unveiled by An Italian Scientist – True or False?

Thursday, November 17, 2011

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Cold fusion Unveiled by An Italian Scientist – True or False?

There is an Italian Scientist named Andrea Rossi who claims that he has successfully conducted ‘cold fusion’ – Something that most scientists consider impossible to do. Andrea Rossi’s ability to fuse hydrogen and nickel at normal room temperature is something that most physicists say defines the very laws of physics and is thus not simply [...]

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There Can Be A Bright future For Renewables: CO2 Regulations Might Be the Key to boost-up

Saturday, July 23, 2011

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There Can Be A Bright future For Renewables: CO2 Regulations Might Be the Key to boost-up

Although they are called renewable sources of energy, they are still more costly than fossil fuels. Countries have not given the necessary recognition to the infrastructure required to boost them. Politicians also do not take the initiative to measure the radical and controversial effect of Fossil fuel. In most countries, solar farms and wind driven [...]

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Japan Disaster Raised Questions over Nuclear Safety of Idaho Research Site

Friday, June 24, 2011

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Japan Disaster Raised Questions over Nuclear Safety of Idaho Research Site

IDAHO NATIONAL LABORATORY REACHES OUT TO PUBLIC WITH PROJECT SHOWCASE The Idaho National Laboratory (INL) engages the public in educational site tours as an effort to calm intense nuclear fears. Constructed at a desert located at the east of Idaho Falls, the nuclear lab is well-separated from civilization, ideal for conducting nuclear science experiments. INL [...]

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Wind Energy Is the Right Choice in Comparison to Nuclear Energy

Thursday, June 2, 2011

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Wind Energy Is the Right Choice in Comparison to Nuclear Energy

Just how many times in the past has Senator Lamar Alexander shown support for nuclear energy rather than wind energy? He is one of the few keys political people who totally disregard the power of wind energy and believe that whatever incentives are given to wind power by the federal government should be cut down. [...]

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Will Nuclear Power’s Reign End?

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

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Will Nuclear Power’s Reign End?

For anyone who thinks that climate change is the only most discussed scientific concern of our time. Then they will be surprised to find out that there is a much larger issue at hand when it comes to our planet’s disintegration. The events that transpired in Japan have placed nuclear power back in the limelight. [...]

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World Council for Renewable Energy’s Mission: Ban New Nuclear Power & Shift to Renewable Energy

Monday, March 21, 2011

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World Council for Renewable Energy’s Mission: Ban New Nuclear Power & Shift to Renewable Energy

In a press statement, WCRE asserts a worldwide and organized effort to ultimately prohibit all nuclear power. After the incidences in Three Mile Island, Chernobyl, Harrisburg and Fukushima, it is time to make a move and cut off dependence and eliminate this enormously unsafe and risky technology. Furthermore, they stated that it does not matter [...]

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Energy of the Future – Is Nuclear Really Cheaper Than Solar Energy?

Saturday, October 2, 2010

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Energy of the Future – Is Nuclear Really Cheaper Than Solar Energy?

A recent study suggests that the cost of conventional sources of energy such as fossil fuel is steadily going to rise. On the other hand, the cost of renewable energy is actually on the downward cost curve, and prices are expected to continue to fall. Utility scale electricity is already offering commercial-scale solar for below [...]

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The Sandia National Laboratories Finds Out A New Way to Commercial Nuclear Fusion Power

Wednesday, June 9, 2010

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The Sandia National Laboratories Finds Out A New Way to Commercial Nuclear Fusion Power

It was a fortunate accident to find out this unanticipated blend of current amplification through flux compression with pulse sharpening by a plasma opening switch that occurs naturally. As a result of this discover at Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, the forecasts regarding low-cost energy by nuclear fusion got even brighter now. A group of researchers, [...]

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President Obama is Going for Nuclear Energy, Is It Really Wise?

Saturday, February 20, 2010

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President Obama is Going for Nuclear Energy, Is It Really Wise?

America is going for nuclear power energy as President Obama announces the necessity for its kind. There will be above $8 billion provided in terms of federal loan guarantees for three decades for the construction of the first Nuclear power plant. In the speech at IBEW Local Headquarters in Lanham, Maryland, he announced the importance [...]

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