CNDP Statement on Indian Prime Minister’s Public Boast that India’s Nuclear Weapons are Not for ‘Diwali’ (the Festival of Light and Sound)

CNDP Statement on Indian Prime Minister’s Public Boast that India’s Nuclear Weapons are Not for ‘Diwali’ (the Festival of Light and Sound)

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CNDP Statement on PM Modi’s Threat 23 April 2019 It is with shock and dismay that the Coalition for Nuclear Disarmament and Peace (CNDP) takes note of the Indian Prime Minister’s public nuclear sabre-rattling on April 21, 2019 in Barmer in Rajasthan when…

Dear Prime Ministers Imran Khan and Narendra Modi – We urge both sides to  step back from the brink

Dear Prime Ministers Imran Khan and Narendra Modi – We urge both sides to step back from the brink

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PRIME MINISTER NARENDRA MODIPRIME MINISTER IMRAN KHAN Dear Prime Ministers Imran Khan and Narendra Modi, I am writing because I am deeply concerned over the possibility of nuclear war in the Indian Subcontinent, which has been treated as an all too real…

James Hansen’s Generation IV nuclear fallacies and fantasies

James Hansen’s Generation IV nuclear fallacies and fantasies

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The two young co-founders of nuclear engineering start-up Transatomic Power were embarrassedearlier this year when their claims about their molten salt reactor design were debunked, forcing some major retractions. The claims of MIT nuclear engineering graduates Leslie Dewan and Mark Massie were trumpeted in MIT’s Technology…

Nobel Prize-winning Physicians warn of “dire consequences” of military escalation: Kashmir

Nobel Prize-winning Physicians warn of “dire consequences” of military escalation: Kashmir

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International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War (IPPNW) is calling on the Indian government to restore immediately all communications and freedom of movement in Kashmir and Jammu, and urging all states in the disputed border regions to initiate new diplomatic talks…

Seven reasons why small modular nuclear reactors are a bad idea for Australia

Seven reasons why small modular nuclear reactors are a bad idea for Australia

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By Noel Wauchope | 17 August 2019 There are several reasons why it would be a bad idea for Australia to jump aboard the bandwagon of small modular reactors, writes Noel Wauchope. SMALL MODULAR REACTORS are in the news internationally and, rather more quietly, also in Australia.  International…