Aginginplacenews.Com: Domain DB Profile

This profile page summarizes all known activity of the domain Aginginplacenews.Com related to Nuclear. This domain may have published content supporting this topic, against it, or in a separate context: this biographical entry simply demarks this domain as having published content suggesting contextual association with Nuclear.

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All Media Count   5
News Count (W/Clustered)   2 (40.00%)
Distinct Stories   1
Blog Count   2 (40.00%)
Tweet Count   0 (0.00%)
Shared Tweet Count   0
Links Tweeted   0
Combined Tone   -0.30
Combined Polarization   7.25
Combined Activity   0.20
Combined Personalization   0.20
News Tone   0.24
Blog Tone   -0.85
Tweet Tone   0
First Seen   6/20/2011
Last Seen   7/5/2011
News/Social Ratio  40.00%
Attention/Loyalty  3 / 2956 days (0.10%)
Domain Type   News
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Related People

The following names occur in articles from this domain:

Neil Wilmshurst   80.00% (4)
Joe Hopenfeld   80.00% (4)
Richard T Lahey Jr   80.00% (4)
Tony Pietrangelo   80.00% (4)
Gregory Jaczko   80.00% (4)

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Related Organizations

The following organizations occur in articles from this domain:

Advisory Committee On Reactor Safeguards   80.00% (4)
Power Research Institute   80.00% (4)
General Electric Co   80.00% (4)
Nuclear Energy Institute   80.00% (4)
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute In Troy   60.00% (3)

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Related Worldwide Cities

The following cities worldwide occur in articles from this domain:

Wilson, New York, United States   40.00% (2)
Dana, Okinawa, Japan   40.00% (2)
Rockville, New York, United States   40.00% (2)
Clinton, New York, United States   40.00% (2)
Berkeley, California, United States   20.00% (1)

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Related Countries
The following countries occur in articles from this domain:
Japan   40.00% (2)
United States   40.00% (2)

Related Global Regions

The following regions worldwide occur in articles from this domain:

Okinawa, Japan   40.00% (2)

Related US States

The following US states occur in articles from this domain:

New York, United States   40.00% (2)
New Jersey, United States   40.00% (2)

Outlet Location Countries

United States   40.00% (1)



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Top News Outlets

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Telegram.Com   20.00% (1)
Aginginplacenews.Com   20.00% (1)

Top Blogs

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Aginginplacenews.Com   40.00% (2)

News Articles

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NRC, industry rewrite history | Aging in Place News

...... at the Oyster Creek plant in New Jersey, but chief scientist Jennifer Sampson said, "We really knew it was a waste of time." Tony Pietrangelo, chief nuclear officer at the industry's Nuclear Energy Institute, says 40 years for the initial license was simply how long it was expected to take to pay off construction loans. In 2008, an NRC report insisted that "this time limit was developed from ......

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Pol: 7.15%
Act: 21.94%
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Blog Posts

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AGING NUKES: U.S. <b>Nuclear</b> Regulatory Commission, industry rewrite <b>...</b>

...... Hosmer said that "power companies expect nuclear generating stations to last 30 years." Nuclear physicist Ralph Lapp, an advocate of atomic power, predicted a 25-year life span for nuclear reactors. One person who should know the real story is engineering professor Richard T. Lahey Jr. at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, N.Y. Lahey once served in the nuclear Navy. Later, in the early ......

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Pol: 7.42%
Act: 22.22%
Per: 0.19%
Que: 4.03%
Exc: 0.00%

Aging <b>nuclear</b> reactors get safety passes | Aging in Place News

...... big and too expensive to replace, industry defenders also point out that many others are routinely replaced over the years. Tony Pietrangelo, chief nuclear officer of the industry's Nuclear Energy Institute, acknowledges that you'd expect to see a growing failure rate at some point "if we didn't replace and do consistent maintenance." In a sense, then, supporters of aging nukes say an old ......

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Pol: 7.28%
Act: 23.93%
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Que: 0.81%
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