nuclear energy

  1. the energy released by a nuclear reaction
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  • "We have big plans for nuclear energy," he said at a joint briefing.
  • But the conundrum of nuclear energy most profoundly exists in the long-term byproducts it leaves behind. Yucca Mountain Nuclear Dump and Annual Radiation Dosages: What is Acceptable?
  • The move is being hailed as "a stunning volte-face," a complete "U-turn on nuclear energy. Katie Engelhart: Political Fallout: Will Germany Go Nuclear-Free?
  • He believes greater reliance on nuclear energy is the only alternative.
  • That's in contrast to the nuclear energy and genetically modified organism industries, which are hobbled by bad public relations, she adds.
  • Most analysts described Ms. Merkel's U-turn on nuclear energy as a mistake after it failed to save her party from defeat in Baden-Württemberg. The Politics of Pragmatism
  • They has previously used nuclear energy to power spacecraft but never in a propulsion system.
  • Other nuclear energy supporters include scientists such as the former head of the Met Office, who co-chaired the intergovernmental panel on climate change.
  • According to my research on astrophysics, the most powerful of the known forces in the universe is nuclear energy, which fuels the stars.
  • We ought to be continuing to research and spend research dollars to make sure that we're able to properly harness nuclear energy without harming the environment.
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