September 8, 2013
The Hiroshima Syndrome’s Fukushima Commentary is proudly hosting the 173rd Carnival of Nuclear Energy Bloggers. For the full reports, please click on the individual links. Blog topics include – a hidden danger of energy generation and fire, the release of SONGS steam generator documents, the fallacy of believing solar and wind can make the electrical grid obsolete, a public relations disaster in Japan, sprinkled with several posts concerning the recent announcement that Vermont Yankee will be permanently shut down. Clink on the provided links for the full reports.
From Canadian Energy Issues –
Jobs and livelihoods destroyed, lives disrupted, increasing carbon emissions: an anti-nuke’s life’s work
From ANS Nuclear Café (2) –
Fighting for the Next Inch
Why don’t we “mothball” shutdown nuclear plants?
From Yes Vermont Yankee –
Looking Back Toward Decommissioning
From Nuke Power Talk –
Energy and Fire: Hidden Dangers
From Atomic Power Review –
SCE Releases SONGS Steam Generator Documents
From Atomic Insights (2) –
Talk of electric power grid demise is wrong
Another update on “highly radioactive” water leaks at Fukushima
From The Hiroshima Syndrome/Fukushima Commentary –
Murphy’s Law Strikes Japan
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From James Conca –
When Should Nuclear Power Plants Die?