Category: Nuclear Energy

World's Largest Nuclear Plant Remains Idle Despite Energy Crisis 1

World’s Largest Nuclear Plant Remains Idle Despite Energy Crisis

The Kashiwazaki Kariwa Nuclear Power Plant, the world’s largest, sits dormant amidst global energy demands. Despite Japan’s goal to derive 50% of its energy from nuclear sources by 2030, the plant has remained inactive since the Fukushima disaster. We believe it won’t be long until nuclear power experiences another surge

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How US Nuclear Tests Devastated Marshall Islands

How US Nuclear Tests Devastated Marshall Islands

On August 29th, the UN General Assembly marked the International Day against Nuclear Tests. Let’s reflect on the Marshall Islands, a place that was used for testing American atomic weapons during the Cold War. The Marshall Islands, found in the central Pacific Ocean between Hawaii and the Philippines, are made

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Was Robert Oppenheimer A Russian Spy

Robert Oppenheimer was a brilliant physicist and one of the leading figures in the development of nuclear weapons during World War II. Often referred to as the “father of the atomic bomb,” Oppenheimer’s contributions to science and technology were unprecedented, shaping the course of history and geopolitics. However, beneath the

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