February 2020

The Environmental Working Group Says That 170 Million Americans Are Drinking Water Contaminated With Radium

     There has been a lot of publicity about lead in drinking water in cities across the U.S. since the crisis in Flint, Michigan made headlines. Now a new investigation shows that over half of the drinking water consumed in the U.S. contains radioactive materials.

Radioactive Waste 754 - North Dakota Radioactive Fracking Waste Was Dumped Illegally In A Landfill In Oregon

     Issues of nuclear safety and security are so important because nuclear power is based on the use of highly radioactive isotopes that pose a serious threat to public health and the environment. However, some other types of power generation also involve radioactive materials. The sludge produced by coal power plants have radioactive isotopes.

Nuclear Reactors 752 - U.S. President Budget For 2021 Asks For 150 Million Dollars To Start A Uranium Reserve

    The Trump administration has requested one and a half billion dollars over ten years to create a new national stockpile of U.S.-mined uranium. The budget request was revealed on February 10th of this year in the Administration 2021 budget which asks for one hundred and fifty million dollars. The administration says that supporting U.S.

Nuclear Weapons 720 - Fears Of Iranian Nuclear Program Might Result In Nuclear Proliferation In The Middle East - Part 2 of 2 Part.

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     On a positive note, it is unlikely that Egypt and the United Arab Emirates will try to develop their own nuclear weapons. Egypt considered a nuclear weapons program under President Gamal Abdel Nasser but rejected it. Since Nasser, Egyptian presidents have made nuclear disarmament a basic part of their foreign policy.