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Russian Scientists Discover Bacteria that Neutralizes Nuclear Waste

Russia does it again! In another groundbreaking feat, Russian scientists found a way to neutralize nuclear radioactivity through bacterial intervention. This is exactly in line with their previous announcement about an industrial method pertaining to the transmutation of elements via biochemical approach. Continue reading Russian Scientists Discover Bacteria that Neutralizes Nuclear Waste

Non-radioactive Nuclear Plants Emerging

Back in 1989, Paul M. Brown was awarded a patent for his non-radioactive nuclear reactors. These reactors could produce nuclear reaction, and reuse its nuclear waste, for energy production. He died in a car crash, and nobody heard about the technology ever again.

Russia has made progress along these lines and considering their liberal approach to science, it’s no surprise to hear that they will be building these safer and cheaper nuclear power plants soon.

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