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Uranium From Seawater Advances

This is a couple of years back, but I’d not noticed it until now. It’s still kind of a ‘big thing’.

The Japanese had developed a method to extract U from seawater using plastic mats with specially formed attachment points for metal ions on the surface. 3,970 more words

Science Bits

As nuclear powers meet, NYC rally demands end to weapons

NEW YORK (AP) — Global activists say they’ve presented 8 million petitions to the U.N. disarmament chief demanding a world free of nuclear weapons.

Sunday’s march and rally in New York kicks off a conference by world powers to review progress toward preventing the spread of nuclear weapons and eventually achieving total disarmament. 83 more words

National / World

Israel Will Observe Nuclear Pact Meeting, Hopes to Foster Dialog With Arab States

Israel Will Observe Nuclear Pact Meeting, Hopes to Foster Dialog With Arab States
With Middle East upheaval and the disputed Iranian nuclear program often pitting Tehran-aligned Shi'ite Muslims against Sunni Arabs, a senior Israeli official saw in the April 27-May 22 NPT review conference a…

Hiding from the truth about 100% renewable energy

The French government has joined the Australian government in ignoring their own reports that say a transition to 100% renewable energy is feasible and involves little extra cost. 867 more words

Energy Transition

US boosts nuclear energy in Asia while neglecting it at home

A paradox of the Obama administration is that this week it inked major new relationships with nuclear energy powers in Asia while continuing its neglect of the use of nuclear energy at home. 1,631 more words