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NY Times on the left's renewed interest in nuclear power

Hot Air 05 Jul 2022
Progressives are gradually realizing that they can’t possibly meet their own climate change goals (eliminating the use of fossil fuels in a decade) without the use of nuclear power ... Nuclear power cores have worked effectively on Navy ships for more than fifty years.
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Lapid heads to Paris for meeting with Macron

Cleveland Jewish News 05 Jul 2022
Lapid is expected to emphasize to Macron the dangers of Iran’s nuclear program, and deliver a stern warning with regard to Hezbollah’s threatening actions, according to Israeli media reports ... France is also one of six countries—along with Britain, Germany, Russia, China and the U.S.—that negotiated the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran.
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B.C. company reigniting race to mine the ocean floor

Castanet 05 Jul 2022
In 1983, Verena Tunnicliffe was floating about 250 kilometres off the coast of Vancouver Island when a call came over the radio — geologists on a nearby sister ship had dredged up something strange from the sea floor ... Working with Hughes and his new Glomar Explorer ship, the U.S.
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The Metals Company reigniting race to mine the ocean floor

Mining Dot Com 05 Jul 2022
So when eccentric billionaire Howard Hughes announced he was building a giant ship to mine the ocean’s abyss, the story was plausible.  ... Working with Hughes and his new Glomar Explorer ship, the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency planned to recover the submarine and its nuclear-tipped torpedoes. .
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Norway commits to nuclear research on 'limitless' Ulstein Thor interest

Seatrade Maritime News 04 Jul 2022
Since the concept was launched in Miami, Ulstein has been inundated with enquiries on other possible shipping applications ... Though the technology has been available for many years, it has not been actively developed in shipping because, until recently, any ‘nuclear’ option was off the table other than for naval craft or icebreakers in Russia.
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With Market Size Valued at $17.2 Billion by 2026, it`s a Healthy Outlook for the ...

Longview News-Journal 04 Jul 2022
The report presents fresh perspectives on opportunities and challenges in a significantly transformed post COVID-19 marketplace. FACTS AT A GLANCE ... Edition. 8; Released. January 2022 ... Submarine Type (Ship Submersible Hunter Killer, Ship Submersible Nuclear, Ship Submersible Ballistic >Nuclear); System (Sensors, Electronic Support Measures, Armaments).
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Nuclear War Could Mean Annihilation, But Biden and Congress Are Messing Around

truthout 03 Jul 2022
President Joe Biden and top subordinates have refused to publicly acknowledge the danger of nuclear war — even though it is now higher than at any other time in at least 60 years ... He affirmed willingness to use nuclear weapons ... At the time of Kennedy’s presidency, nuclear war would have been indescribably catastrophic.
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Salute: Hippler now hunts hurricanes, flies heavy haulers after USAF career

Leesburg Daily Commercial 03 Jul 2022
He's still flying, it's just not with the Air Force ... Again ... "Did you know that Kent is qualified as an actual nuclear scientist?" Chuck tasks a visitor. "Or that his first Navy ship was the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt?". "Credit the University of Florida and the United States Navy for the nuclear stuff," the ol' colonel says ... .
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Eskom spent R5.3 billion on diesel since January

Independent online (SA) 03 Jul 2022
Eskom spent more than R5 billion on diesel to keep the lights on since January this year. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko ... “It requires weighing up the best sustainable interests of the country when it comes to the uptake of gas, the possible construction of another nuclear power station, the rental of power-ships.” .
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Rolls-Royce to seal vital £1.5bn Spanish sale 'in weeks': Troubled giant bids to turbocharge its ...

The Daily Mail 02 Jul 2022
This includes an ambitious Government-backed programme to set up a host of small nuclear reactors ... It makes naval ships and fighter jets, helps maintain the UK's fleet of nuclear submarines, and operates in military training and cybersecurity.
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Taiwan Strait belongs to the world

Taipei Times 02 Jul 2022
International organizations wanting to regulate nuclear weapons were having difficulty finding people to go to China to lobby for it to join the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons ... These countries had by that time developed nuclear weapons, and there was a rapid proliferation of nuclear warheads throughout the world.
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Lessons From 40 Years of Missile Warfare: HMS Sheffield to the Moskva

The Maritime Executive 01 Jul 2022
The birth of the modern cruise missile in the Cold War, and the many sensors, communication tools, and other systems needed to use or defend against anti-ship missiles set the stage for a whole new era in naval warfare ... That readiness may also depend on other ships in the same task group.
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U.S. Empire To Expand NATO In Response To War Caused By NATO Expansion

Brandnew Tube 30 Jun 2022
U.S. Empire To Expand NATO In Response To War Caused By NATO Expansion ... Brilliant ... The empire is guided by so little wisdom in its escalations against Russia that the US congress is now pushing expensive ship-launched nuclear cruise missiles on its naval forces even as the US Navy tells them it doesn't want those weapons and has no use for them.
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EU Insurance Ban Targets Russian Oil Exports

Moscow Times 29 Jun 2022
An EU ban on insuring ships transporting Russian oil could potentially hurt Moscow more than its embargo on the nation's crude, analysts say ... The bloc had also slapped an embargo on the purchase of Iranian crude as part of sanctions against Tehran's controversial nuclear program.
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NATO Expands Responding to War Caused by NATO Expansion

Consortium News 29 Jun 2022
congress is now pushing expensive ship-launched nuclear cruise missiles on its naval forces even as the U.S ... Congress funds nuclear weapon the Navy doesn't even want https.//t.co/aOndUGdqDI ... We need to really start taking seriously the possibility that a nuclear weapon could ...

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