Radioactive waste

Thieves Hijack Truck Carrying Radioactive “Dirty Bomb” Ingredients in Mexico

Thieves Hijack Truck Carrying Radioactive “Dirty Bomb” Ingredients in Mexico

A truck carrying dangerous radioactive materials that could be used to assemble a "dirty bomb" was just stolen in Mexico, according to an announcement released by the International Atomic Energy Agency

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Japanese Government Pledges $470 Million for Fukushima Ice Wall and Other Cleanup

Japanese Government Pledges $470 Million for Fukushima Ice Wall and Other Cleanup

Recent revelations that the crippled Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant has been gushing radioactive water into the ocean have forced the Japanese government to step in amid concerns that the plant's

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Bill Gates Teams Up With Korea to Develop Revolutionary “Cleaner” Nuclear Reactors

Bill Gates Teams Up With Korea to Develop Revolutionary “Cleaner” Nuclear Reactors

Bill Gates photo from Shutterstock Human beings have an amazing capacity for selective memory. Just over a year ago, Japan suffered through a massive nuclear fallout, the consequences of which are

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Radioactive Control: LuzInterruptus Haunts Dockville Festival with Ghostly Nuclear Figures

Radioactive Control: LuzInterruptus Haunts Dockville Festival with Ghostly Nuclear Figures

Anonymous artist group LuzInterruptus rattled the crowds at Hamburg's Dockville Festival with a haunting installation that reminds us of the dangers of nuclear power. The Spanish collective is known for

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Millions of Sunflowers Soak Up Nuclear Radiation in Fukushima

Millions of Sunflowers Soak Up Nuclear Radiation in Fukushima

Nearly six months after the devastating tsunami hit Japan, communities are turning to mother nature to help restore theirs homes and hopes. Millions of sunflowers have been planted in radioactive areas to

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Green Algae Could Help Clean up Radioactive Nuclear Waste

Green Algae Could Help Clean up Radioactive Nuclear Waste

Recent studies have shown that the uses of green algae are boundless. First, scientists at R.I.T. used algae to synthesize biofuel, and recently scientists at Northwestern University and Argonne National

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