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Blogs.Dickinson.Edu: Domain DB Profile

This profile page summarizes all known activity of the domain Blogs.Dickinson.Edu 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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At-A-Glance Vitals

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All Media Count   7
News Count (W/Clustered)   0 (0.00%)
Distinct Stories   0
Blog Count   6 (85.71%)
Tweet Count   0 (0.00%)
Shared Tweet Count   0
Links Tweeted   0
Combined Tone   0.32
Combined Polarization   8.86
Combined Activity   0.35
Combined Personalization   0.35
News Tone   0
Blog Tone   0.32
Tweet Tone   0
First Seen   11/28/2011
Last Seen   12/16/2013
News/Social Ratio  0.00%
Attention/Loyalty  6 / 2956 days (0.20%)
Domain Type   Blog
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50.00% (3)
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83.33% (5)


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Related People

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Vladimir A Orlov   14.29% (1)
George J Vargo   14.29% (1)
James Clay Moltz   14.29% (1)
Anders P Mller   14.29% (1)

Related Organizations

The following organizations occur in articles from this domain:

Nuclear Waste Disposal   14.29% (1)
Atomic Energy Agency   14.29% (1)
Russian Federal Agency   14.29% (1)
Sustainable Development Within Urban Groundwater Systems   14.29% (1)
London Dumping Convention   14.29% (1)

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London, London, City Of, United Kingdom   28.57% (2)
Stalin, Rostovskaya Oblast', Russia   28.57% (2)
Rogachevskaya, Krasnodarskiy Kray, Russia   14.29% (1)
Munich, Bayern, Germany   14.29% (1)
Gorbachev, Rostovskaya Oblast', Russia   14.29% (1)

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Top Blogs

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Blogs.Dickinson.Edu   85.71% (6)





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Unintended Consequences of Nuclear Energy | Prof. Qualls Course Blogs

...... The development and implementation of nuclear energy programs has proved to be a double edged sword. Although harvesting the potential energy of nuclear fissions original intention served to gain advantage in war, scientists shifted their aims to utilize nuclear power as an energy source. Nuclear energy is not only more efficient than fossil fuels, but also proves much less harm to the ......

(1397 words by blogs.dickinson.edu)
(12/16/2013)
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Tone: -5.88%
Pol: 12.75%
Act: 20.03%
Per: 0.07%
Que: 0.00%
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Unintended Consequences of Nuclear Energy | Prof. Qualls Course Blogs

...... and Teaching, Teaching and Bloggingbut always learning! Search Main menu Skip to primary content Skip to secondary content Post navigation ← Previous Unintended Consequences of Nuclear Energy Posted on December 12, 2013 by shawj This entry was posted in HIST254 , Uncategorized and tagged Cancer , Chernobyl , Consequences , Fallout , High Risk , Low Risk , Nuclear Energy , People , ......

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(12/12/2013)
Tone: -0.52%
Pol: 6.81%
Act: 20.42%
Per: 0.52%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 20.00%

Development of Nuclear Waste and Sustainability in Russia | Prof. Qualls Course Blogs

...... food to the radiation of its rivers, Russia has built itself into a competitive nuclear power through a tumultuous history of trial and error.[1] Much of the initial funding for Soviet nuclear energy came in an effort to match the United States' atomic project. But, after developing "the bomb", nuclear resources in the USSR were applied to a number of areas. These often gave poor results. From ......

(1762 words by blogs.dickinson.edu)
(12/03/2013)
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Tone: 1.22%
Pol: 7.08%
Act: 20.30%
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Bibliography | Prof. Qualls Course Blogs

...... public policy community from Chernobyl on managing nuclear sites and disasters. This information is imperative when researching the topic of unintended repercussions from harnessing nuclear energy as it discusses health and radiation, nuclear containment, and human issues. This book offers an opportunity to assess historiographical debates regarding Chernobyl, through comparison with The ......

(1149 words by blogs.dickinson.edu)
(10/10/2013)
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Tone: 2.33%
Pol: 8.53%
Act: 19.72%
Per: 0.34%
Que: 1.47%
Exc: 0.00%

Chernobyl | Prof. Qualls' Course Blogs

...... government actions like in other countries throughout the world. The extreme manner in which the Soviet Union persued the idea of modernity resulted in the exploration and use of nuclear energy.To the Soviets, nuclear energy represented the ultimate idea of modernity. It was taking the building block of human existence and harnassing it in order to benefit mankind. However, unfortunately ......

(345 words by blogs.dickinson.edu)
(04/29/2013)
Project
Tone: 6.88%
Pol: 9.17%
Act: 17.48%
Per: 0.86%
Que: 0.00%
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