WSJ has a reading list on Nuclear Energy
Reading Up on Nuclear Energy
The debate over nuclear energy has gained new life thanks to concerns about climate change and the need to reduce our reliance on fossil fuels. We asked several experts on the topic to suggest resources for understanding -- and joining -- the debate.
-- Michael Totty
PETER A. BRADFORD, adjunct professor, Vermont Law School, and former member of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission:
- For an even-handed recent overview of most nuclear power issues, see "Nuclear Power Joint Fact-Finding," a June 2007 report by the Keystone Center, a non-profit organization that brought together a cross section of parties interested in nuclear energy – including environmentalists and consumer advocates, industry representatives and government officials – to create a base of agreed-upon knowledge about the costs, risks and benefits of nuclear power.
And here is a talk at Google on Liquid Fluoride Thorium Reactor
Joe Bonometti's "Tech Talk" at Google
Dr. Joe Bonometti, gave a "Tech Talk" at Google this past Tuesday on the subject of Liquid-Fluoride Thorium Reactors. You can also download a copy of his slides here:
LFTR Google Presentation
We really appreciate all of Joe's efforts to advance and promulgate this important technology!