NEPA Planning – 2005 Commentary – Fast Flux Test Facility

NEPA Planning – a Fast Flux Test Facility commentary

By: Carl Holder Monday, January 03, 2005

The motive for Benton County v US Department of Energy (DOE) in November 2002 was to find something, anything that would stop sodium drain at the Fast Flux Test Facility (FFTF).   Benton County [...]

Nuclearstreet forum

I have accepted an invitation to join a forum started at  called New Social Media and Nuclear Energy by Dan Yurman a blogger at, member of ANS, etc.

My oar in the water concerns that there is a lack of proper National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (NEPA) analysis of Energy Policy, Energy Policy [...]

Coal Burner - 1 GW

A typical 1GW coal plant releases the following pollutants INTO THE AIR every DAY:

- 10,136.986 metric TONS of CO2 (per day, per plant)
- 27.397 metric TONS of SO2 (per day, per plant)
- 1.370 metric TONS of “small particulate matter” (per day, per plant)
- 27.945 metric TONS of NOx (per day, per plant)
- 1.973 metric TONS [...]

Norman Bourlaug's Contribution to Planet Earth

Credit:  Mike Fox’s, Hawaii Reporter,

On September 13, 2009 Dr. Norman Borlaug died at the age of 95. Borlaug was a giant in the field of agricultural sciences, and became a master of bioengineering to increase [...]