Nuclear-power sentence example

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  • On the other, the IAEA's mandate promotes the dangerous myth of peaceful nuclear power.

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  • Britain must in the ultimate resort have independently controlled nuclear power to deter an aggressor.

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  • He is now broke - his only asset are the plans for his nuclear power plant.

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  • Physics impacts on all aspects of our technological society, from highspeed fibreoptic telecommunications and ultra-fast computing to solar cells and nuclear power.

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  • Sky 1st June 2006 North Korea An international consortium set up to build nuclear power plants for North Korea has abandoned the project.

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  • The idea that nuclear power can solve the coming energy crisis is therefore totally fallacious.

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  • There is no need to return to nuclear power with all its problems.

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  • In April 1986, an explosion ripped through reactor 4 of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in Ukraine.

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  • Member raised the issue of the policy on nuclear power stations.

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  • Iran claims its centrifuge program is designed to produce low-enriched uranium, to support Iran's civil nuclear power program.

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  • What North Korea has plenty of is natural uranium, which could supply nuclear power for hundreds of years.

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  • The same can be said of chemical plants, oil and gas refineries, nuclear power plants.

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  • Since nuclear power is not dependent on fossil fuels, it is subject to fewer power fluctuations, price increases, brown outs, and other problems.

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  • The Japanese Self Defense Force used the Super X3 to stop Godzilla's rampage before he can reach the nuclear power plant to refuel.

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  • The compound was a nuclear power plant.

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  • Posted in Environment, Podcast, Energy, Nuclear power | 1 Comment » Where will Blair hide the nuclear tax bombshell?

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  • Friend the Prime Minister gave a huge boost this week to the nuclear power lobby.

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  • Neither was the issue of whether nuclear power or large hydro should be excluded from the CDM.

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  • The review should have slammed the coffin lid on nuclear power once for all.

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  • In 1997 the Labor party manifesto pledged to block the building of new nuclear power stations.

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  • Even nuclear power plants are lobbying to be included in the definition of renewable energy.

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  • Homer - The father, who is a safety inspector at the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant.

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