1. stwat

    Nuclear power

    Even many of the greenies from the 70's/80's are now realising that nuclear power was/is the way forward! If it had been embraced to it's maximum potential, the CO2 gasses released into the atmosphere up to this point would be significantly less than the figures 'predicted' today. The 'say no...
  2. G

    Do we need Trident or nuclear weapons?

    the UK has been for many years under the impression it can be the worlds policeman (or should that be person).We are members of NATO and the UN and thats as far as we should go in my opinion.The cost to the tax payer is too much in these modern times,time to look to ourselves and police our own...
  3. WesLangdon

    nuclear waste

    Where should this be stored, in repositorys underground, on site by the nuclear power stations or elsewhere...overseas, in space etc etc
  4. whitenemesis

    A Time-Lapse Map of Every Nuclear Explosion Since 1945

    It's a wonder the west coast of the USA didn't melt and run into the Pacific! Is there any part of the old USSR that isn't radioactive? LLCF7vPanrY
  5. Colin_b

    Good job I'm in favour of nuclear:)

    2 sites with 7 x 1.2 to 1.6 GW reactors/generators within 600 yards of my house will be interesting.
  6. grober

    UK nuclear energy deal collapses.

    When I first read this I felt a sense of relief. :) But later on reflection I wondered who or what exactly is dictating Britain's future energy policy?? :confused: EDF had been expected to announce a £12bn deal to buy British Energy...
  7. mercmanuk

    bush changing the law to allow preemptive nuclear strikes

    read this,,11069-1776250,00.html
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