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The U.N. nuclear agency says that slightly elevated levels of radioactivity detected in northern Europe likely were related to a nuclear reactor that was either... [Read More]
Global warming is accelerating the melting of Greenland's ice sheet, which locks up enough water to raise sea levels by 7 meters. In 2021, U.S.... [Read More]
Radiation levels over northern Europe are rising and nobody knows the source. The direction of the radioactive particles indicates Russia may be involved, but the... [Read More]
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Iran's nuclear body said an accident had taken place on Thursday at a warehouse in a nuclear complex without causing casualties or radioactive pollution. ... [Read More]
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The DOE says that radioactive leakage from Runit Dome, a respository for U.S. atomic waste, is insignificant. Marshall Islands leaders are skeptical. [Read More]
Jacobs (NYSE:J) was selected by LLW Repository (LLWR) to provide multi-disciplinary technical services at the U.K.'s national disposal facility for low-level radioactive waste as sole... [Read More]
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In early April, I got a call from my old dear friend, Lara Jones. She's the spirited host and executive producer of RadioACTive on KRCL... [Read More]
Radioactive driver and crew chatter from Pocono Raceway... [Read More]
Russia has told the U.N. atomic watchdog there have been no nuclear incidents on its territory that could explain elevated but still harmless levels of... [Read More]
A federal appeals court has ruled that a group of Connecticut prison inmates can move forward with a lawsuit that accuses the state of failing... [Read More]
From 'Radioactive' to 'Just Mercy'... [Read More]
Radioactive material is drifting toward northern Europe from the direction of Russia, raising questions over the country's several nuclear power plants. Russia formally denied that... [Read More]
Radiation sensors in Stockholm have picked up tiny amounts of unusual radioactive isotopes produced by nuclear fission... [Read More]
Russia has denied any nuclear incidents after an international body detected unusual radioactive isotopes produced by nuclear fission in northern Europe. [Read More]
Finland, Sweden, and Norway reported increased levels of three radioactive isotropes in June. Russia said its nuclear plants are working as normal. [Read More]
Finland, Sweden, and Norway reported increased levels of three radioactive isotropes in June. Russia said its nuclear plants are working as normal. [Read More]
You can't blame them for worrying. When the world's worst nuclear accident happened at Chernobyl in 1986, Moscow also said it was nothing. Hopefully the... [Read More]
Russia has denied having problems with nuclear plants after Nordic authorities said slightly increased levels of radioactivity could be from a 'damaged fuel element in... [Read More]
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