San Onofre reactors face divergent paths to restart

Southern California Edison submits a plan to the NRC for Unit 2 By Dan Yurman  The twin 1100-MW nuclear reactors (Units 2 & 3) at Southern California Edison’s (SCE) San Onofre Nuclear Continue Reading →

Nuclear Matinee: A Look at an Online Nuclear Science & Technology Course

A free college-level internet course surveying the theory, design, and operation of commercial nuclear power reactors is starting soon! This course will be taught by Larry Foulke, PhD, PE, former president of the American Continue Reading →

Uranium 233 is a valuable resource, no matter what Robert Alvarez believes

by Rod Adams Robert Alvarez has issued another misleading report about energy dense fuel materials, titled Managing the Uranium-233 Stockpile of the United States. According to Alvarez’s report, the United Continue Reading →