June 1, 2014
The Hiroshima Syndrome’s Fukushima Commentary is proudly hosting the 211th Carnival of Nuclear Energy Bloggers. This week’s edition includes articles by Gail Marcus, Adam Hoffman, Brian Wang, Rod Adams and Leslie Corrice.
Here’s the Fact or Fiction (?) quiz for this week… Albert Einstein’s famous formula, E=MC2 was first presented to the world in his General Theory of Relativity in 1910.
Now…for this week’s Blogs.
From Nuke Power Talk –
Lessons from VA: A Reminder for the Nuclear Community
From ANS Nuclear Café –
Plutonium Disposition by ‘Downblending and Disposal’“
From Next Big Future –
Focus Fusion uses the natural instabilities of plasma instead of fighting them like the gigantic tokomaks for a smaller and vastly cheaper solution to nuclear fusion
From Atomic Insights – (2)
Dr. Helen Caldicott versus emission-free nuclear energy
I want to join the Okuma Town Senior Brigade
From Yes Vermont Yankee –
$17 Million Vermont Yankee Check to Utility–Use It Well
(Guest post by Reg Wilcox)
From The Hiroshima Syndrome – (2)
Fukushima Commentary, 5/28/14…
Did Fukushima Workers Flee in Mortal Terror?
A new Hiroshima Syndrome Information page…
Fukushima Evacuee Compensation Payments
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Fact or Fiction answer – Fiction.
Einstein’s famous, paradigm-shifting formula was in his Special Theory of Relativity published in 1905.Also, the title of this ground-breaking work was actually “On the Electrodynamics of Moving Bodies”.