1. Let The Games Begin!

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    Today [Wednesday, October 30, 2013], The Games Began in Monroe Michigan as the Nuclear Regulatory Commission Atomic Safety and Licensing Board (NRC ASLB) started hearings on Detroit Edison’s "Fermi 3 Licensing Project". Outgunned? Fairewinds’ Arnie Gundersen and the seven expert witnesses retained by the NRC staff and Detroit Edison agree that there was no Quality Assurance (QA) program in place for two years as required by federal law, but the seven industry experts say build it anyway! Damn the safety regulations; full speed ahead to the pork-barrel federal loan guarantees to build a one of a kind Economic Simplified Boiling Water Reactor. Listen as Maggie, Arnie, and host Nathaniel White-Joyal discuss the stacked deck on this week’s Fairewinds Energy Education Podcast.

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    • The new safe confinement at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant

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      THE EU IS THE BIGGEST CONTRIBUTOR TO THE NEW SAFE CONFINEMENT AT THE CHERNOBYL NUCLEAR POWER PLANT

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      • Why Fear of Radiation is Wrong - Wade Allison, Emeritus Professor of Physics, University of Oxford, UK

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        Wade Allison digs into the issue of fearing radiation and explains why fear is not the proper perspective.

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        • Frank von Hippel on nuclear energy and weapons proliferation

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          Princeton University physicist Frank von Hippel thinks the threat of nuclear weapons proliferation is one of the biggest risks to expanding nuclear energy around the world.

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          • NRC Chairman Gregory Jaczko speaks at Public Citizen regarding nuclear power safety in wake of Japan Fukushima Daiichi tragedy

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            U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission Chair Gregory Jaczko spoke to a packed house at Public Citizen in May 2011.

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            • FULL Version of Gregory Jaczko, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) Chairman at Public Citizen May

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              Seven weeks after the nuclear disaster at Fukushima Daichi, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission Chairman, Gregory Jaczko made a rare public speech and entertained questions from nuclear activists and the media at the invitation of Public Citizen. This is the video of that event. The talk centered around NRC’s response to the continuing nuclear crisis in Japan, as well as the public’s renewed safety concerns about America’s fleet of aging nuclear power plants, 23 of which share the same General Electric design as the ones at Fukushima. If you have any questions regarding the use of this video, please contact Public Citizen at 202.588.1000 and ask to speak to someone in communications. For more information about Public Citizen's stance on nuclear please visit our website at: www.citizen.org.

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              • Video: Nuclear Safety After Fukushima - National Responses

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                Opening Remarks: Dr. John Hamre, President, Center for Strategic and International Studies. Moderator: Ms. Sharon Squassoni, Director, CSIS Proliferation Prevention Program. Mr. Alex Flint, Senior Vice President for Governmental Affairs, Nuclear Energy Institute. Ms. Ellen Vancko, Nuclear Energy and Climate Change Project Manager, Union of Concerned Scientists. Mr. Mark Holt, Specialist in Energy Policy, Congressional Research Service.

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                • Greenpeace presentation on accident risks at Darlington

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                  On December 5th, 2012, Greenpeace nuclear analyst Shawn-Patrick Stensil told the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) its environmental review of the Darlington nuclear station ignored the realistic potential for major reactor accidents. Stensil presented documents from Ontario Power Generation outlining the risks of large accidental radiation releases at Darlington. CNSC staff and OPG staff did not deny the existence of these studies or the possibility for large scale accidents.

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                  • Nuclear Safety: America's Approach

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                    April 21, 2011 at the Linda Hall Library. A conversation with Michael Chesser, Chairman & CEO, Great Plains Energy and KCP&L, and Matt Sunseri, President & CEO, Wolf Creek Nuclear Operating Corporation

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                    • Gundersen on KPBS Discusses Developing San Onofre Situation

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                      A leak discovered earlier this year in a steam generator pipe at the San Onofre nuclear plant has lead to two unanimous City Council decisions to send letters of concern to the NRC. Fairewind's Arnie Gundersen presented at both council meetings. In this video Gundersen talks with KPBS's Peggy Pico about the steam generator leak, the city council decisions and the licensing status of San Onofre.

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