It’s been tried. Now What?

Government justifies the money it spends on research by saying it’s for theoretical research that industry can’t afford to do. A good example of theoretical research is particle research that requires building huge accelerators, such as the Fermilab, to investigate Continue reading It’s been tried. Now What?

Fukushima Radiation

Fukushima was the world’s largest nuclear power accident with all four reactors probably experiencing a meltdown, the kind of event where extremists said the melted reactor rods would melt through the bottom of the reactor to create a nuclear disaster. Continue reading Fukushima Radiation

Nuclear Failure in Japan

I have said nothing until now about the Fukushima failures, because there were too many unknowns. Making predictions without all the facts is the province of the media, including FOX. Geraldo Rivera’s mindless and reckless program on FOX was, in Continue reading Nuclear Failure in Japan