In Russia's version, they are blameless, pointing at U.S. sabotage as the cause.
Rig Runs Aground in Alaska, Reviving Fears About Arctic Drilling One of Shell Oil’s two Arctic drilling rigs is beached on an island in the Gulf of Alaska, threatening environmental damage from a fuel spill and calling into question
Twenty-five years since the nuclear power plant disaster at Chernobyl in the Ukraine. News reports on the initial denial and days later as the story unfolds.
Not mentioned in this Washington Post story is the news that there is now a fire in the No. 4 reactor at the site. German TV is reporting there is now partial meltdown in the open air, and the Japanese people are taking one shock after
News (or lack of it) regarding the Nuclear Power plant disaster at Chernobyl in the Ukraine from April 27-May 5, 1986
It's been a long time since nuclear power was in the public eye, and now that we're running out of oil, it seems like a good alternative to people w
(1986: A year of contradictions) Continuing our Thousand Yard Stare at years gone past, I came across 1986 and this year-end wrap up from Lesley St
(Made Three Mile Island look like a picnic) Right after posting my week-long report on Three Mile Island, I was asked by a number of readers to als