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Energy & The Atom (A Public Service Production Of The American Nuclear Society)
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American Nuclear Society ‎– SS-30918-01A, American Nuclear Society ‎– SS-30918-01B, American Nuclear Society ‎– SS-30918-02A, American Nuclear Society ‎– SS-30918-02B, American Nuclear Society ‎– SS-30918-03A, American Nuclear Society ‎– SS-30918-03B. Produced by the public information services department of the American Nuclear Society. Matrix, Runout (Side A): SS 318-01AX.

This album was released on the label American Nuclear Society (catalog number SS-29163-01A) American Nuclear Society (catalog number SS-29163-01B) American Nuclear Society (catalog number SS-29163-02A) American Nuclear Society (catalog number SS-29163-02B) American Nuclear Society (catalog number SS-29163-03A) American Nuclear Society (catalog number SS-29163-03B). This album was released in 1975 year. The album included the following session artists: Narrator.

Nuclear power is the use of nuclear reactions that release nuclear energy to generate heat, which most frequently is then used in steam turbines to produce electricity in a nuclear power plant. As a nuclear technology, nuclear power can be obtained from nuclear fission, nuclear decay and nuclear fusion reactions. Presently, the vast majority of electricity from nuclear power is produced by nuclear fission of uranium and plutonium

The American Nuclear Society (ANS) is an international, not-for-profit 501(c)(3) scientific and educational organization with a membership of approximately 11,000 scientists, engineers, educators, students, and other associate members. Approximately 900 members live outside the United States in 45 countries. After the shock and horror of the war in the use of the atomic bomb, Nuclear Energy promised to be a peaceful spin-off of the new technology, helping the world get back on its feet. Everyone's imagination was running wild. Would electricity become free?

Texas A&M: American Nuclear Society has 351 members  . Goal: Develop a 2-¬4 minute video to educate a member of the public about a nuclear topic. Possible topics: how a power plant works, the basics of fission, nuclear as clean energy, everyday uses of radiation, nuclear medicine, etc. Submissions should be uploaded to youtube. com) for a complete set of rules and instructions.

Subsidiary companies Regional offices have been set up in Paris (France, area of responsibility - Western Europe), Prague (Czech Republic, area of responsibility - Central Europe), country office in Budapest (Hungary), regional offices in Kiev (Ukraine, area of responsibility - Eastern Europe, Armenia and Israel), Singapore (Singapore, area of responsibility - South-East Asia) and Johannesburg (South Africa, the.

Nuclear energy comes from the energy inside each atom. Atoms are made up of a nucleus with protons and neutrons-and electrons which revolve around the nucleus like the earth goes around the sun. Nuclear fission. An atom’s nucleus can be split apart. When this is done, a lot of energy is released. Albert Einstein, the world’s most famous scientist, said that you can get a lot of energy out of a small number of atoms. In a nuclear power station uranium atoms are split apart to create energy. Uranium can be found in rocks on earth, but only a special form of uranium-U 235-can be used to make energy. A pound of uranium has the same energy as about 250 000 litres of petrol. In a nuclear reactor free neutrons hit a uranium atom and split it. New neutrons are set free and when they run into other uranium atoms they split them again.

One of the aims of the film was, 'despite the seriousness of the theme, to dispel fears and prejudices with irony' and end with 'a warm human story about love of the peaceful atom. WNN is a public information service of World Nuclear Association. Russia completes upgrade of third Smolensk RBMK.

The following pages reproduce the Executive Summary of a report by the above title from the Committee on International Security and Arms Control (CISAC) of the National Academy of Sciences. The CISAC report finds that even after excess nuclear weapons are dismantled, the fissile materials (plutonium and high-enriched uranium) pose a clear and present danger because of the potential for reincorporation of these materials into nuclear weapons, either by the state from whose weapons they came (so-called breakout ) or by proliferant states or groups. Because the public presentation of the CISAC report took place on January 24, my fellow participant in the Plutonium Study, Richard L. Garwin, presented it to this Workshop in my stead.

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Program One
A1 A Nuclear Debate - A Call To Reason
Voice [Guest Speaker] – Ian Forbes
Program Two
A2 A Look At Plutonium And Nuclear Waste
Voice [Guest Speaker] – Bernard Cohen
Program Three
B1 A Nobel Laureate Looks At Nuclear Power
Voice [Guest Speaker] – Hans Bethe
Program Four
B2 The Matter Of Nuclear Safeguards
Voice [Guest Speaker] – Edward Giller
Program Five
C1 Solar Power
Voice [Guest Speaker] – John Martin
Program Six
C2 Underground Energy
Voice [Guest Speaker] – Ritchie Coryell
Program Seven
D1 Power From The Winds
Voice [Guest Speaker] – Ronald Thomas
Program Eight
D2 Goverment Regulations Of Nuclear Power
Voice [Guest Speaker] – William Anders
Program Nine
E1 An Assesment Of Accident Risks In Nuclear Power Plants
Voice [Guest Speaker] – Norman Rasmussen
Program Ten
E2 Public Acceptance - The Role Of Goverment
Voice [Guest Speaker] – Richard Roberts
Program Eleven
F1 Nuclear Power Parks
Voice [Guest Speaker] – Melvin Feldman
Program Twelve
F2 A New Generation Of Nuclear Power Plants
Voice [Guest Speaker] – Thomas Nemzek

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  • Narrator [Host] – Ed Ronne
  • Producer – Ed Ronne


Microgroove Record

A dozen 10 minute informal interviews with
scientific and industrial leaders on the general topic of nuclear power.

Produced by the public information services department of the American Nuclear Society.

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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): SS 30-918-01AX
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): SS 30-918-01BX
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): SS 30-918-02AX
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D): SS 30-918-02BX
  • Matrix / Runout (Side E): SS 30-918-03AX
  • Matrix / Runout (Side F): SS 30-918-03BX