157th Carnival of Nuclear Energy Bloggers

The Hiroshima Syndrome is once again hosting the 157th Carnival of Nuclear Energy Bloggers. For the full reports, please click on the individual links. Blog topics include – A nuclear “geek” takes a vacation, Fukushima fishermen fear uncontaminated groundwater, Japan’s new regulatory agency, what closing a nuke in Canada would do to carbon emissions, a testimony overview from the Vermont legislature, and more.

From Atomic Insights
Pitching nuclear energy and explaining value of new plant construction

From The Hiroshima Syndrome/Fukushima Commentary
Fukushima groundwater makes fishermen fearful

From Canadian Energy Issues
Today’s coffee, without Ontario nuclear power: a depressing counter-factual look…

From Nuke Power Talk
Japan’s Nuclear Regulatory Authority: An Op-ed in the Nikkei Newspaper

From ANS Nuclear Cafe
Love Feast Under The Golden Dome

From Yes Vermont Yankee
The 90% Solution: What 90% Renewables Would Look Like in Vermont

From Next Big Future (2)
China steps up efforts to export nuclear reactors

Lawrenceville Plasma Physics Nuclear Fusion – Plasma Ion Density Tripled…