Today: 24.Aug.2017

Subarna and Praja Maharjan live in the outskirts of Kathmandu, Nepal. They raised two children of their own. For years, they have taken in eight to ten orphans at a time and given them a wonderful family life, shelter, food, and good schooling. They are an excellent example of people who are doing a lot more than just taking care of themselves. In 2015 a terrible earthquake in Nepal destroyed much of Kathmandu, including their home. Please consider sending support to this outstanding family.

Published in Nepal

Kelvin Kemm, South Africa: Advances in physics in fields such as quantum mechanics, which is linked to nuclear processes, have compounded matters for the public. A consequence is that the public is now really ‘spooked’ when it comes to the topic of nuclear power. A real ‘fear factor’ looms over the mere word ‘nuclear.’ Newspapers love this, and really push imagery like; ‘nuclear leak’ or ‘radiation exposure.’

Published in Energy Today

Bruno Comby. Le total de la radioactivité rejetée dans l'océan pacifique depuis mai 2011 par l'accident de FUKUSHIMA (environ 1000 Curies) représente la radioactivité naturelle de 3 km3 d'eau de mer.

Published in Energy Today

J.S. Armijo is the Former Chairman, USNRC Advisory Committee on Reactor Safeguards. This is a Keynote presentation given at the Forum on Spent Fuel Management and the Future of Nuclear Energy in December, 2014 in Taiwan. It describes the review and corrective action process for U.S. nuclear power plants following the Japan earthquake of March 11, 2011 that damaged reactors at the Fukushima Daiichi site.

Published in Energy Today