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This nuclear primer explains what meltdown means, and how the situation at Fukushima compares with past nuclear accidents.
A site to inform readers of the progress of nuclear physics in a wide range of fields. Up to date information on current research for scientists in the nuclear community.
Page from Hyperphysics explaining radiant power, luminous power and the unit lumens.
Homepage of ITER, Europe's newest fusion reactor. ITER will hopefully demonstrate that nuclear fusion is a viable power source.
Pick your nuclear weapon of choice, drop a virtual nuclear bomb on your area and see its impact on the surrounding area. Ouch.
A brief description of how Power Paper Will work. This site is part of Marshall Brain's HowStuffWorks.com. Information about future developments of Power Paper- a company based in Israel.
A brief description of how PC Power Supplies work. This site is part of Marshall Brain's HowStuffWorks.com. More content on later pages about the sitting and position of power supplies in PCs
A series of articles on Kinetic Energy, Potential Energy, Relativity, Work, Fossil Fuels, Nuclear, Hydroelectric, Biomass, Wind and Geothermal power. The site uses text and colour illustrations and ...
This site allows you to convert between a wide variety of Power units.
Jon Clarke explains how cyclists can use physics to explain certain limitations to their performance and to get the best out it's all about power.
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