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It will cost the United States and about 30 other nations an astronomical $1.5 billion to erect the Chernobyl arch. The 32,000 ton structure is meant to seal off what remains of the nuclear reactor that exploded in 1986, thereby allowing for the final stages of cleanup. Over at The New York Times, Henry Fountain writes […]

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Whats the safest place to put a nuclear reactor? Offshore, apparently. A new power plant design concept from MIT envisions a facility built on floating platforms, moored in deep water several miles off the coast.

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Oh my, what a tangled story.. In 2006, American cyclist Floyd Landis won the Tour de France competition. He was subsequently stripped of his title after an anti-doping lab reported it had found unusual levels of testosterone in his body. Landis spent years attempting to overturn the decision, spending millions of dollars in the process, […]

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