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02.Mar.2015 Written by

Donald R. Riley - This is an excellent short summary about energy. Go Nuclear, Inc. has worked with many key nuclear scientists and engineers with first hand experience in developing nuclear energy technologies: Bruno Comby, Yoon Chang, Jerry Cuttler, William Hannum, Kelvin Kemm, Leonard Koch, Kenneth Kok, John Landis, David Lester, Michael Lineberry, Daniel Meneley, Wanda Munn, Donald R. Riley, Theodore Rockwell, John Sackett, George Stanford, Charles Till, and Alan Waltar among others.

02.Mar.2015 Written by

Donald R. Riley - This is an excellent short summary of sodium cooled fast reactors. Go Nuclear, Inc. has worked with ten key nuclear scientists and engineers with first hand experience in sodium cooled fast reactors: Yoon Chang, Leonard Koch, Kenneth Kok, Michael Lineberry, Wanda Munn, Donald R. Riley, John Sackett, George Stanford, Charles Till, and Alan Waltar. China, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Russia. the United Kingdom, and the United States have all had sodium cooled fast reactor programs. Many of these countries will continue to develop this most important energy technology. Anti-nuclear activists in and out of government have worked hard, without any scientific justification, to prevent the world from using this key technology.

02.Mar.2015 Written by

James Muckerheide - Low-dose radiation is documented to be beneficial for human health but, for political reasons, radiation is assumed to be harmful at any dose. Radiation-protection scientists, and others, who cover up the data that contradict present policy should be investigated for misconduct.

02.Mar.2015 Written by

M. Ragheb - Energy production by fast breeding remains the main goal of the Liquid Metal Fast Reactor (LMFR) to ensure a sustainable long term fissile fuel supply. In addition, the use of LMFRs allows the recycling of the Minor Actinides content of nuclear waste burning them to produce energy and reduce the amounts of disposed waste. Another advantage of the LMFR is its higher thermal efficiency compared with water-cooled reactors.

02.Mar.2015 Written by

James Muckerheide - Low-dose, low-dose-rate, radiation enhances biological responses: for immune systems, enzymatic repair, physiological functions, and apoptotic removal of cellular damage, etc., enhancing biological capability and health, including prevention and removal of cancers and other diseases.

Low level radiation research has also shown no adverse effects in studies with the power to demonstrate such effects. Studies have shown beneficial biological and health effects in many substantial human biological and epidemiological studies, and animal experiments.

However, radiation protection policies and rules do not consider such valid data.

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