In a previous post on visualizing data in our world, I provided some links to amazing tools where you can look at many different types of data in graphical form. Richard Wilkinson did a TED talk on inequality where he challenges our perceptions using visual data in such a way as to feel like not a talk on global socioeconomics seminar but a day at the races. One of the most fun TED talks I’ve seen in a while.
I watched a great video about radiation in our world today. It was very well done and interesting to watch the host travel around various places in the world and measure the radiation as he walked around. From Madame Curie’s lab to Chernobyl. Also, the banana radiation scale is a personal favorite.
UAMPS, NuScale and Energy Northwest have entered into a Teaming Agreement that outlines the parties’ intent to investigate the viability of developing a Small Modular Reactor (SMR) project in the State of Idaho, including prospective locations at the Department of Energy’s (DOE) Idaho National Laboratory (INL) Site near Idaho Falls.
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