2012 ~ The year that was in nuclear energy

Plus a few pointers to what’s in store for 2013 By Dan Yurman On a global scale the nuclear industry had its share of pluses and minuses in 2012. Japan’s Continue Reading →

Challenging scientific organizations to adhere to scientific methods

By Rod Adams For more than two years, I have been privileged to be included in correspondence about a battle for truth led by Ted Rockwell, one of the pioneers 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 →

Facts and fears at NRC public review in Vermont

By Howard Shaffer Vermont Yankee’s annual NRC performance review for the previous calendar year was held May 23, in Brattleboro Union High School, within 10 miles of the plant. In Continue Reading →

NRC Public Meeting in Brattleboro: The Politics of Intimidation

By Meredith Angwin A recent public meeting held by the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) turned out to be a horrific way for a nuclear supporter to spend an evening. The NRC held the Continue Reading →

How to Survive an NRC Public Meeting

By Suzy Hobbs Baker Several weeks ago in the quiet community of Gaffney, South Carolina, I attended a public meeting held by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to discuss the potential Continue Reading →