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This is a list of books about nuclear issues. They are non-fiction books which relate to uranium mining, nuclear weapons and/or nuclear power. American Prometheus: The Triumph and Tragedy of J. Robert Oppenheimer (2005).
This is a list of books about nuclear issues. The Angry Genie: One Man's Walk Through the Nuclear Age (1999). The Atom Besieged: Extraparliamentary Dissent in France and Germany (1981). Atomic Obsession: Nuclear Alarmism From Hiroshima to Al-Qaeda (2010). The Bells of Nagasaki (1949).
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Robert Oppenheimer (1904-1967) is one of the few American scientists who have become public - and controversial - figures in the twentieth century. This book adds a new dimension to the Oppenheimer story by offering a look at the private man behind the public figure. It consists of letters spanning the period from his Harvard student days in 1922 to his departure from Los Alamos in 1945. The letters are supplemented by recollections of those who knew Oppenheimer and by his own recollections from an interview a few years before his death.
Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World that Can't Stop Talking.
This book examines the opposition to nuclear power in France and West Germany in the 1970s, which is assessed .
This book examines the opposition to nuclear power in France and West Germany in the 1970s, which is assessed as being broadly based and widespread. Atomic tourism is a recent form of tourism in which visitors learn about the Atomic Age by traveling to significant sites in atomic history such as museums with atomic weapons, missile silos, vehicles that carried atomic weapons or sites where atomic weapons were detonated.
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Books, arts and cultureProspero. Explaining the world, dailyThe Economist Explains. A quarter of a century after the end of the cold war, the world faces a growing threat of nuclear conflict. More from The Economist. The World in. Podcasts. WITHIN the next few weeks, after years of stalling and evasion, Iran may at last agree to curb its nuclear programme. In exchange for relief from sanctions it will accept, in principle, that it should allow intrusive inspections and limit how much uranium will cascade through its centrifuges. After 2025 Iran will gradually be allowed to expand its efforts.
This book is an interpretation of how the nuclear dream which emerged at the end of World War II and seemed to be on the verge of realization in the aftermath of the 1973 OPEC embargo dissolved during the ensuing four years. The central argument is that the origin of this disappointment can be found in circumstances that span the preceding 25-odd year period.
In fact, no nuclear waste worldwide is currently in what is considered long-term storage. Every bit of nuclear waste in existence is in temporary storage facilities to be used until a long-term solution is built. Most of that nuclear waste is stored in pools of water. Water does a decently good job of shielding radiation so this is an inexpensive and easy way of storing the rods. Usually these pools are physically inside the nuclear power plants so, when spent fuel is removed from the reactor, it’s put directly into the water and left there.
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Nuclear Spectroscopy and Nuclear Interactions: Proceedings of the International Symposium on Nuclear SpectroscopyNclr Intrctns, Osaka, Mrch 21 24,8 epub fb2