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Chair of Nuclear Regulatory Commission touts ‘passive safety’ of small reactors, like the type planned for Eielson


https://www.alaskapublic.org/2021/12/06/chair-of-nuclear-regulatory-commission-touts-passive-safety-of-small-reactors-like-the-type-planned-for-eielson/
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Nuke News / Re: When the Science Channel is light on science
« Last post by GLW on Yesterday at 07:28 AM »
Iwonder what the people living in eastern PA thought about that. Apparently the authors of this have confused TMI with Chernobyl.

the folks in Philly would probably agree,...

except it is not because of TMI or technology or science,...

okay, I take that back it is because of science - political science - GLW out!!!!!!!!
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Nuke News / Re: When the Science Channel is light on science
« Last post by Al Eidson on Dec 06, 2021, 12:58 »
The media understands the science, they just twist it to fit thier narrative.
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Nuke News / Re: When the Science Channel is light on science
« Last post by scotoma on Dec 06, 2021, 08:38 »
Science is science. It is reproducible and verifiable. Scientific theory is not fact, but speculation based on incomplete data. The media's perspective is often misinterpretation because they don't understand the science.
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Nuke News / Re: When the Science Channel is light on science
« Last post by RDTroja on Dec 06, 2021, 08:01 »
Well, as we all know, science is just whatever the media declares it to be... look at Climate Science.
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Nuke News / Re: When the Science Channel is light on science
« Last post by scotoma on Dec 06, 2021, 07:41 »
Iwonder what the people living in eastern PA thought about that. Apparently the authors of this have confused TMI with Chernobyl.
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Nuke News / Re: When the Science Channel is light on science
« Last post by Marlin on Dec 05, 2021, 10:38 »
"most of eastern Pennsylvania was made permanently uninhabitable by the accident"  wow the "science" channel.  pretty smart there science channel.  that's the problem with science...it kinda has become another religion in some ways.  just have faith in the source and say it's true and it will be.  what would science do?  problem is much like religion science doesn't have all the answers, but people will use it to explain things that really haven't been sufficiently answered yet.  How about the early food pyramid?  it's science bro.

   Thier source may have been the "China Syndrome"  ROFL


 [coffee]
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Nuke News / Re: When the Science Channel is light on science
« Last post by hamsamich on Dec 05, 2021, 07:16 »
"most of eastern Pennsylvania was made permanently uninhabitable by the accident"  wow the "science" channel.  pretty smart there science channel.  that's the problem with science...it kinda has become another religion in some ways.  just have faith in the source and say it's true and it will be.  what would science do?  problem is much like religion science doesn't have all the answers, but people will use it to explain things that really haven't been sufficiently answered yet.  How about the early food pyramid?  it's science bro.
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