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27.Feb.2015 Written by

Michel Lung - An independent French overview of the history of developing thorium nuclear power.

26.Feb.2015 Written by

Michel Lung et Bruno Comby - Les spécialistes estiment auourd'hui que, d'ici une cinquantaine d'années, la population mondiale passera de 6 à 8-10 milliards d'habitants, pour plafonner ou même décroître ensuite. En revanche, la demande d'énergie doublera et celle d'électricité triplera. A l'inverse, pétrole et gaz se raréfieront, deviendront plus chers, et seront l'enjeu de grandes tensions entre les nations.

26.Feb.2015 Written by

Dale Reaves is an internationally known industrial engineer and architect of outstanding custom homes with Southwest designs. He is a strong advocate for fast reactor nuclear power. His article here focuses on national energy planning. We have seen nothing like this in the last fifty years. Rather politics and special interests have dominated energy development.

26.Feb.2015 Written by

At age 11, while in 7th grade, Kenneth Andrew Kienlen wrote his first paper about nuclear power for an English class. This is a paper written four years later at age 15 in 11th grade. He did a superlative report again in 11th grade. We wish government leaders would do as well with long term energy planning as this Advocate from Texas. Kenneth went on to graduate from Texas A&M in nuclear engineering. We wish him the best in the future. Go Nuclear.

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