To say that the Earth is a human planet becomes truer every day. Humans are made from the Earth, and the Earth is remade by human hands. Many earth scientists express this by stating that the Earth has entered a new geological epoch: the Anthropocene, the Age of Humans.
As scholars, scientists, campaigners, and citizens, we write with the conviction that knowledge and technology, applied with wisdom, might allow for a good, or even great, Anthropocene. A good Anthropocene demands that humans use their growing social, economic, and technological powers to make life better for people, stabilize the climate, and protect the natural world.
Alan Waltar, nuclear engineer, Past President of the American Nuclear Society: So what would our world be like today if radiation had not been harnessed to serve our human needs?
The Go Nuclear, Inc. Cornerstone Document focuses on four major topics related to peaceful use of nuclear energy, radioisotopes and radiation. RADIOISOTOPES covers production of radioisotopes and their applications in nuclear medicine, agriculture, environmental pollution research, protection of lakes, rivers and oceans, industry, commerce, scientific research, space travel, etc. Please read the Cornerstone Document to understand our purpose and goals for global public education.
Balwinder Singh, Jaspreet Singh, and Amritpal Kaur - Radioisotopes decay by emission of radiation and energy they posses, can be utilized in wide range of agricultural applications. Nuclear scientists and technologist are unlocking the secrets of many agricultural problems, which could not have been possible with conventional methods.