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Three mile island


Word Count: 992Approx Pages: 4Has Bibliography

The Three Mile Island accident The accident at Three Mile Island took place on March 28, 1979. ... The accident at Three Mile Island could have been very easily avoided. ... If simple design problems, human error and communication problems had been avoided, the accident at Three Mile Island would have never occurred. ... Near the Th...

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Resist the Atomic Menace


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The government claims that out of twenty-two years of operation, there has only been one mishap in the United States involving nuclear reactors, Three Mile Island located on an island 10 miles south of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. ... Since the near catastrophe at Three Mile Island in 1979, an exploration of government records revealed that there "...

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Nuclear Energy


Word Count: 1869Approx Pages: 7Has Bibliography

The accidents at Chernobyl which killed over 30 people and the incident at Three Mile Island are just a few of the catastrophes that occurred. ... Although the waste would be buried deep underground, the site is only ninety miles from Las Vegas (Arnold). ... The blast also made about 20 square miles of land uninhabitable for a long time. An&#...

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Nuclear Energy


Word Count: 2027Approx Pages: 8Has Bibliography

The accidents at Chernobyl which killed over 30 people and the incident at Three Mile Island are just a few of the catastrophes that occurred. ... Although the waste would be buried deep underground, the site is only ninety miles from Las Vegas (Arnold). ... The blast also made about 20 square miles of land uninhabitable for a long time. An&#...

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Nuclear Energy


Word Count: 1976Approx Pages: 8Has Bibliography

The accidents at Chernobyl which killed over 30 people and the incident at Three Mile Island are just a few of the catastrophes that occurred. ... Although the waste would be buried deep underground, the site is only ninety miles from Las Vegas (Arnold). ... The blast also made about 20 square miles of land uninhabitable for a long time. An&#...

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Nuclear Energy


Word Count: 1869Approx Pages: 7Has Bibliography

The accidents at Chernobyl which killed over 30 people and the incident at Three Mile Island are just a few of the catastrophes that occurred. ... Although the waste would be buried deep underground, the site is only ninety miles from Las Vegas (Arnold). ... The blast also made about 20 square miles of land uninhabitable for a long time. An&#...

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Australia


Word Count: 1979Approx Pages: 8

AN INTRODUCTION TO AUSTRALIA Mainland Australia, with an area of 4.9 million square miles, is the largest island and the smallest continent on Earth. It stretches some 2300 miles from its most northern to its most southern point,...

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Nuclear Power


Word Count: 1630Approx Pages: 7Has Bibliography

However, if Long Island decided to use nuclear energy, then there is a great danger of toxic waste invading our drinking water, and also the chance of a spill similar to Chernobyl or Three Mile Island. ... In 1979, Three Mile Island reactor in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania lost coolant in one of its two reactors and a partial meltdown occurred on&...

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The Sea Otter (Enhydra lutris)


Word Count: 2379Approx Pages: 10Has Bibliography

Today, there are only three subspecies in the world. ... When the stranded sailors left the island they took hundreds of furs with them. ... There are other such successful histories for Washington state, southeast Alaska, and San Nicolas Island (approximately 60 miles west of Los Angeles). ... They are considered to locally migrate with ...

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Nuclear Waste


Word Count: 936Approx Pages: 4Has Bibliography

There have not been many incidents regarding the overall safety of a nuclear power plant aside from the known incidents at Three Mile Island Nuclear Power Plant and Chernobyl (Russia/USSR) in 1986. ... In 2001, the 7 mile tunnel through the mountain was completed. ... Chernobyl and the Three Mile Island incident are still fresh in the...

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Nuclear Power


Word Count: 855Approx Pages: 3Has Bibliography

There have not been any enormous accidents or massive amounts of death directly related to nuclear power plants. ... The Chernobyl accident in 1986 was a reminder of the importance of this, whereas the Three Mile Island accident in 1979 showed that safety systems work. ... At Three Mile Island, with a similarly serious malfunction, the effects were ...

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Nuclear Energy Position Paper


Word Count: 699Approx Pages: 3Has Bibliography

About twenty years ago there was a nuclear power plant malfunction at Three Mile Island. ... They believe accidents like Chernobyl and Three Mile Island will happen again. ... The only thing you have been told about the use of nuclear energy for the production of electricity is that accidents have occurred and there is a disposal problem. These accident...

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Nuclear Power


Word Count: 837Approx Pages: 3Has Bibliography

Natural Resources Conservation authors cite the Chernobyl and Three Mile Island incidents to show how unsafe nuclear power is. ... The Three Mile Island accident was only a minor incident, that was safely contained. ...

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Army out of Vieques


Word Count: 2007Approx Pages: 8Has Bibliography

He said one bomb struck the three-story observation post he was guarding, crashing through the top two floors. ... Torres didn't realize this at the time, but this narrow miss foreshadowed a much more serious accident (ROSS A10). Months later on April 19,1999, one of Torres's co-workers, David Sanes Rodriguez was pullin...

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Nuclear Power In The 21 Century


Word Count: 1731Approx Pages: 7Has Bibliography

These activists also point to the potential dangers associated with nuclear power plants, and offer up examples, such as, Three Mile Island in 1979 and Chernobyl in 1986 as the unacceptable consequences of nuclear power. ... One hundred sixty-one-million Americans live within seventy-five miles of one of these sites. ... The record shows that over t...

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Studu of the Trans-Alaska pipeline


Word Count: 1252Approx Pages: 5Has Bibliography

These are: · Section 1 (145 miles) Valdez to Gulkana River-Morrison-Knudson-Rivers · Section 2 (157 miles) Gulkana River to Salcha River-Perini Arctic Associates · Section 3 (144 miles) Salcha River to Yukon River-H.C. Price · Section 4 (127 miles) Yukon River to Midnight Dome-As...

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Nuclear Power 2


Word Count: 1384Approx Pages: 6

The scientific side to Nuclear Power is probably the most complex of the three. ... The nucleus becomes suddenly so unstable that it splits into two major fragments and releases, on the average, two or three neutrons. ... Major accidents at the Three Mile Island power station, near Harrisburg, Pa., in the United States, and the Chernobyl inst...

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WWII Research paper


Word Count: 1065Approx Pages: 4Has Bibliography

There are some of the officers and NCOs who live down there in hell -- just a few miles from here -- and they stay there days, weeks, and months, until they are killed. ... The Battle of Okinawa, fought on the island of Okinawa in the Ryukyu Islands was the largest amphibious assault in the Pacific. ... By the end of t...

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Nuclear Energy


Word Count: 533Approx Pages: 2

Emissions to the environment have been the principal focus of energy impact studies. Other significant impacts such as land disturbance and population displacement together with their economic and social implications are less emphasized. Major impacts such as depletion of natural resources and large...

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Nuclear Waste: Where Does It Belong?


Word Count: 2351Approx Pages: 9Has Bibliography

The government says quite simply: Yucca Mountain in Nevada, about 50 miles outside Las Vegas. ... " Currently, the closest community in the nation to a nuclear waste storage site is the Prairie Island Indian Community. ... " If there was such an accident from the transportation, so much could go wrong. ... In a majo...

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Nuclear Waste: Where does it b


Word Count: 2346Approx Pages: 9

The government says quite simply: Yucca Mountain in Nevada, about 50 miles outside Las Vegas. ... " Currently, the closest community in the nation to a nuclear waste storage site is the Prairie Island Indian Community. ... " If there was such an accident from the transportation, so much could go wrong. ... In a majo...

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1970


Word Count: 1688Approx Pages: 7

Over 400 colleges shut down, after they got news of the accident. ... Only a few days later though, Walter Hickle approved the 800-mile Alaskan pipeline, which put wildlife in harms way. ... On March 28th, of 1979, Pennsylvania"s Three Mile Island Nuclear Power Plant leaked out 830 liters of coolant water. The plant was said to be&#...

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US imperialism and the panama canal


Word Count: 2823Approx Pages: 11Has Bibliography

As a result, the United States acquired a considerable number of tiny islands in the Pacific. Other islands such as Samoa, with its fine harbor of Pago Pago, were desired as coaling stations for the United States Pacific trading ships. ... But in 1889 the Germans, who also had economic interests in the islands, sought to undo this agreement&#...

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Wright Brothers


Word Count: 861Approx Pages: 3

On October 5th, 1905, the machine flew 34.2 miles in 38 minutes and 3 seconds. ... He did demonstration flights around the Statue of Liberty, up to Grants tomb, and back to Governor"s Island. ... His passenger died within three hours with a fractured scull. This was definitely the most serious accident in the Wright Brothers career!...

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Marco Polo


Word Count: 995Approx Pages: 4Has Bibliography

Marco Polo was brought up in a very well established family on the coast of Dalmatia his father and uncle had set up a trading out-post on the island of Curzola (just off the coast of Dalmatia). ... He remained in Venice with his uncle and father for a further two years then the three of them embarked on the most courageous jour...

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