Today: 21.Sep.2017

Henri Bonet, World Council On Isotopes: Many people believe that our work in the nuclear field is not ethical, relaying Greenpeace and other Environmentalist’s accusations. What to respond? Thriving in Radiation: Many ethical issues are related to both protection against radiation and exploitation of radiation as a means for improving quality of human life. Nuclear techniques are used in a significant number of applications outside nuclear energy production. Examples include not only the medical sector, but also agriculture and food processing, modern industry including materials development, environmental protection, space exploration, arts & science, public security… All together, these various sectors economically dwarf that of energy production.

Published in Asia, Australia, NZ

Tom Tamarkin: AGW or climate change is not the big problem many claim. Only fossil hydrocarbon fuels and nuclear energy can supply material amounts of energy due to their many orders of magnitude higher energy flux densities than so called renewables. Once fossil fuels are depleted beyond the point of economically viable production there is only one energy source available to provide the Earth’s energy needs. That is the conversion of matter into energy as formulated in the equation E=mc2.

Published in Americas

Tom Tamarkin, Founder Fusion4Freedom: There are three primary sources of material amounts of energy on Earth. The word material means an amount of energy greater than 2 % of total worldwide energy demand combining all sectors of transportation, industrial, commercial residential, agricultural, potable water production and its movement. Energy from the Sun. Energy from nuclear fission. Energy from atomic fusion.

Published in Americas

General Electric sponsored classic animated documentary from 1952 explains atomic energy, radiation and radioisotopes. Over sixty years have passed. Some countries have fully embraced the wonders of the atom. Some have been held back by many anti-nuclear science activists. Some countries have decided on their own to abandon (for the time being) the power of the atom. This documentary from 1952 explains the science and applications that were known then. Very impressive.

Published in Americas

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