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Laser-driven system for creating fusion power now within reach

Sydney - Scientists have been searching for over 60 years for a way to produce large-scale sustainable energy by nuclear fusion of hydrogen and other very light nuclei similar to the energy source of the sun, but there may be a better way.

New Bikini Atoll A-Bomb test films released by National Security

The scenes are shocking. This writer watched the devastation of the fleet of 95 ships moored close to "ground zero" as the force of the blast from Test Able spread outward, pummeling and scorching them with a heat that is beyond man's comprehension.

Retired couple find their French dream home is radiation hazard

A retired Dutch couple who moved to a village in the Corrèze department in deepest rural France are facing financial ruin after it was discovered that the house they had purchased had been built of stone mined from a former uranium ore mine.

Food chain, kids could be at severe risk from Japan radioactivity

Tokyo - Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan stated that more radiation was released at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. Radiation has now spread from four reactors and experts say this could affect the food chain and children.

Berlin's radioactive surprise Special

Berlin - During a routine examination in the center of Berlin , an unknown source of radioactivity was discovered in the ground. The cause of the radioactivity is unclear.

Radioactive monkeys

Last week NASA announced a new plan to radiate live squirrel monkeys for scientific purposes. 18 to 28 animals will be exposed to a low dose of radiation.

Canadians In Port Hope Test Positive For Radioactivity

With a welcoming sing that states "The Town That Radiates Friendliness" lays a little town called Port Hope about 100 KM east of Toronto. The town was paramount in early radiation testing, now it's in danger because of that.

Customers face radioactivity tests

"Customers at a restaurant and an hotel visited by a poisoned ex-KGB officer will be tested for the radioactive substance that killed him, said health chiefs."

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Sailors washing down the deck of a captured German battleship  the USS Prinz Eugene (IX 300) after t...
Sailors washing down the deck of a captured German battleship, the USS Prinz Eugene (IX 300) after the Baker Test. The ship was later sunk because of the high radioactivity.
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