How the Country Can Profit and Become More Secure by Getting Rid of Its Surplus Weapons-Grade Uranium, an investigative report which has found that the Obama Administration's efforts of securing and disposing of bomb-grade material around the world is not being realized here in the U.
It is designed to meet general as well as technical interest needs.
The FAQ's and their answers are compiled by the authorand do not necessarily represent the official views of Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd. The information given here is in the public domain. It is meant to complement the wealth of nuclear-related information already on the Web.
For an excellent overview of nuclear and other areas of physics governing our natural world including some great science fair ideasvisit Georgia State University's "HyperPhysics" website.
Other relevant links can be found in Section J: Please send to the author, Dr. Jeremy Whitlock, at jeremy. Text is copyrighted by Jeremy Whitlock, but can be quoted if properly credited to the author. Explanation of graphics on this page: The header graphic at top right shows symbolically a maple leaf superimposed over a CANDU containment building on the shore of a Canadian waterway there are no cooling towers used with Canadian power reactors.
The main graphic above depicts a beaver with the Canadian flag upon a CANDU fuel bundle — three symbols of Canadian industriousness and pride.
The CANDU fuel bundle pictured weighs 23 kg, is about the size of a fire log, and produces enough electricity to power average Canadian homes for a year."Nuclear proliferation continues to be among the greatest dangers facing the United States and global security.
The articles in Going Nuclear address the key questions in the ongoing debate over the causes and consequences of nuclear proliferation, with special attention to the critical case of South Asia.
Complete list of sanctioned entities.
The United States imposes sanctions under various legal authorities against foreign individuals, private entities, and governments that engage in proliferation activities. This part of the plombier-nemours.com web site looks into the issue of North Korea and Nuclear weapons and the international response; whether it has helped or hindered.
The proliferation of nuclear, chemical, and biological weapons of mass destruction and their delivery systems, advanced conventional weapons, and related materials, technologies, and expertise presents a grave threat to the security of the United States and to international peace.
This is an unofficial and privately-maintained list of Frequently-Asked Questions (FAQ's) regarding nuclear power generation in Canada. It is designed to meet general as well as technical interest needs.
The Treaty is regarded as the cornerstone of the global nuclear non-proliferation regime and an essential foundation for the pursuit of nuclear disarmament.