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Dr. Stephen O. Nelson

I was at a branch of the University of Texas of the Permian Basin for seven years working on an advanced nuclear reactor. Generation IV nuclear reactors. Radiation safety. Nuclear fusion. Since moved into government nuclear work.

Dr. Kent Welter

Ever wonder what the next generation of nuclear reactor might look like? Or if the radiation from Fukushima is making your sushi unsafe? I have a passion for nuclear energy and new technologies. Ask me anything! Expertise in nuclear power safety, licensing, advanced reactors, risk, and radiation. I also love science fiction and dabble in space reactors.

Osman Kemal Kadiroglu

Nuclear Engineering, Nuclear Engineering Education, Nuclear Reactors, Pebble Bed Modular Reactors, Engineering Education

Willliam S. Linnell

I can answer questions about the viability of nuclear power versus other forms of energy, about the economics of nuclear plants and public policy issues.

Bill Mihalovits

I can answer questions about general construction and safety of plants, specific questions about operations, training, reactor theory, and thermodynamics. Will also consider other aspects as requested.

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2016-07-31 Proximity to Nuclear Disaster Sites:

9000 meters is a standard altitude, and it won't make much of a difference unless the altitude is small compared to the actual area of the lake that is contaminated.  In short, no.    You can't just assume

2016-07-24 Proximity to Nuclear Disaster Sites:

That's a lengthy follow-up, and I'm on travel.  I'll answer it, because these seem pretty simple, but try to split these questions into separate queries.    1)  The Ural question.  40 Ci/km^2 is generally

2016-07-21 Proximity to Nuclear Disaster Sites:

Thank you for asking this question, because it allows me several opportunities.  The first being to allay your fears completely, and I'm as skittish about real radiation doses as science tells me I should

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