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As explained last week, nuclear energy comes from the annihilation of mass, either by forcing two atomic nuclei to join together to form a new atom (fusion) or by splitting one nucleus into two or more new atoms (fission). Fission is easier to
The German machine to close the vessel will have to be operated by a technician from that country...According to the official, going by the current pace of work, the reactor will become critical (start of fission process) sometime during the second
The commission was founded in 1956 to draft basic policies for the development and use of atomic energy, but the government has decided to use a different arena for discussing nuclear energy as it gears up to map out a path for phasing out nuclear
Source: COLUMNA MESSIANIC RESEARCH Current nuclear reactors use nuclear fission to generate power. In nuclear fission,
Source: The BIBLE EXPLAINER AND REVELATOR Hi Lope, can you explain the NUCLEAR FUSION process?
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A powerful and independent panel of specialists appointed by Japan 's Parliament is challenging the government's account of the accident at a Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, and will start its own investigation into the disaster including an
Follow @nytimesworld for international breaking news and headlines. Japan said Friday that it will set more stringent age limits on nuclear reactors and require operators to prepare for severe accidents as part of legal changes in the wake of the
No-man's land attests to Japan's nuclear nightmare Children's desks, backpacks, and school supplies lie abandoned inside an earthquake-rattled primary school classroom in Namie. It is uncertain when, or if ever the children will be able to return or
Japan's electric utilities have begun to reach out to communities that could be in jeopardy should there be another major accident involving a nuclear power plant. The initiative goes beyond the towns that actually host such facilities to include