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Economist.Com: Domain DB Profile

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

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All Media Count   160
News Count (W/Clustered)   132 (82.50%)
Distinct Stories   129
Blog Count   4 (2.50%)
Tweet Count   23 (14.37%)
Shared Tweet Count   7
Links Tweeted   0
Combined Tone   -0.22
Combined Polarization   7.26
Combined Activity   0.64
Combined Personalization   0.64
News Tone   0.16
Blog Tone   0.45
Tweet Tone   -2.48
First Seen   4/2/2009
Last Seen   11/14/2013
News/Social Ratio  82.50%
Attention/Loyalty  109 / 2986 days (3.65%)
Domain Type   News
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Category Breakdown
Articles on this domain fall into the following system categories:

Activism
11.03% (15)
Documentaries/Movies
2.21% (3)
Legislation
72.79% (99)
Project
78.68% (107)


Related Countries
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RELATIONSHIPS


Related People

The following names occur in articles from this domain:

Fukushima Dai-Ichi   15.62% (25)
Barack Obama   15.62% (25)
Naoto Kan   6.88% (11)
Angela Merkel   5.00% (8)
Yoshihiko Noda   5.00% (8)

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Related Organizations

The following organizations occur in articles from this domain:

International Atomic Energy Agency   11.25% (18)
Areva   6.25% (10)
European Union   5.62% (9)
Toshiba   5.00% (8)
Nuclear Regulatory Commission   4.38% (7)

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RELATED GEOGRAPHIC FEATURES


Related Worldwide Cities

The following cities worldwide occur in articles from this domain:

Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan   20.00% (32)
Osaka, Osaka, Japan   7.50% (12)
Berlin, Berlin, Germany   5.62% (9)
Kansai, Japan (General), Japan   5.62% (9)
Washington, District Of Columbia, United States   3.75% (6)

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Related Countries
The following countries occur in articles from this domain:
United States   5.62% (77)
Japan   5.62% (73)
China   5.62% (57)
United Kingdom   5.62% (45)
Germany   5.62% (43)

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Related Global Regions

The following regions worldwide occur in articles from this domain:

Tokyo, Japan   20.62% (33)
Japan (General), Japan   9.38% (15)
Osaka, Japan   7.50% (12)
Berlin, Germany   5.62% (9)
Oceans (General), Oceans   5.00% (8)

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Related US States

The following US states occur in articles from this domain:

Washington, United States   9.38% (15)
District Of Columbia, United States   7.50% (12)
Pennsylvania, United States   6.25% (10)
California, United States   5.62% (9)
Texas, United States   5.62% (9)

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Outlet Location Countries

Scotland   5.62% (129)
United States   5.62% (2)




TWITTER


Twitterers

The following Twitterers tweet links from this domain

bertramniessen   0.62% (1)[Profile]
sachitsuka   0.62% (1)[Profile]
alpeca   0.62% (1)[Profile]
BillJoe101   0.62% (1)[Profile]
TOPin_Japan   0.62% (1)[Profile]

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Clustered Twitterers

The following Twitterers tend to tweet copies of the same story from other domains:

bertramniessen   0.62% (1)[Profile]
sachitsuka   0.62% (1)[Profile]
alpeca   0.62% (1)[Profile]
BillJoe101   0.62% (1)[Profile]
TOPin_Japan   0.62% (1)[Profile]

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CONTENT


Top News Outlets

Articles from this domain tend to be republished by the following news outlets:

Economist.Com   80.62% (129)
Borglobe.Com   0.62% (1)
Powergenworldwide.Com   0.62% (1)
Ethioguardian.Com   0.62% (1)

Top Blogs

Articles from this domain tend to be republished by the following blogs:

Economist.Com   2.50% (4)





News Articles

All 132 news articles:

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Japan and nuclear power: High alert | The Economist

...... structure (among other things, the company is financially precarious) would help the government's efforts to switch nuclear power back on. At the moment Japan is entirely without nuclear energy, but that is unlikely to last for long. Shinzo Abe, the prime minister, is pushing for as many of the country's 50 usable reactors to restart as soon as possible after passing safety checks by the ......

(661 words by economist.com)
(11/14/2013)
Legislation
Project
Tone: -0.58%
Pol: 6.05%
Act: 25.50%
Per: 0.00%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%

Difference Engine: The nuke that might have been | The Economist

...... Another 11 European countries, plus Australia and New Zealand, remain adamantly opposed to nuclear power. In recent years, more reactors around the world have closed than opened. Yet nuclear reactors do one thing no other mainstream source of electricity can boast: they generate large blocks of power without producing carbon dioxide in the process. Hydro-electricity is largely carbon-free, but ......

(1667 words by economist.com)
(11/11/2013)
Legislation
Project
Tone: -0.96%
Pol: 6.83%
Act: 21.12%
Per: 0.23%
Que: 3.66%
Exc: 0.00%

European utilities: How to lose half a trillion euros | The Economist

...... he says. Peak punishment Back in the 1980s, providing electricity was a relatively simple affair. You guaranteed a constant supply of power by building plants that ran on coal, nuclear energy (if you wanted it) or hydropower (if you had it). You ran these full blast around the clockfor technical reasons, coal and nuclear plants cannot easily be shut down anyway. And that provided "baseloa ......

(2760 words by economist.com)
(10/14/2013)
Legislation
Project
Tone: 0.03%
Pol: 7.67%
Act: 24.30%
Per: 0.38%
Que: 1.20%
Exc: 0.00%

Electricity in Japan: Power struggle | The Economist

...... THIS week Japan's last working nuclear reactor was switched off. At Oi, on the west coast of the country's main island, the closure was supposedly for routine maintenance and safety checks. Yet no firm date is in sight for reopening Oi or any other of Japan's 50 reactors, shut in the wake of the triple meltdown at the Fukushima Dai-ichi plant. Before the earthquake and tsunami of March 2011 ......

(1077 words by economist.com)
(09/19/2013)
Legislation
Project
Tone: 0.00%
Pol: 7.23%
Act: 23.28%
Per: 0.00%
Que: 1.75%
Exc: 0.00%

Japan's leaky nuclear plant: No end in sight | The Economist

...... at the University of Sheffield. Another explanation for the neglect at Fukushima Dai-ichi is that Japan, under the pro-nuclear Liberal Democratic Party, is rushing to turn its nuclear reactors back on. All but two are now closed. Importing energy hits Japan's trade balance as well as TEPCO. Instead of scrutinising the operator's jerry-rigged water tanks, the NRA has been busy drafting ......

(369 words by economist.com)
(08/22/2013)
Legislation
Project
Tone: -2.85%
Pol: 9.07%
Act: 24.09%
Per: 0.00%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%


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Blog Posts

All 4 blog posts:

 Tone

The Q&A: Gretel Ehrlich: Embracing impermanence | The Economist

...... And I thought, I'm old. But I worried about [my translator-guides]. They were young women and might want to have babies. Having dealt with climate-change issues, I have to say that nuclear energy will probably be the transitional energy. Other forms are also unhealthy. The reality is that you have to stop government corruption and do nuclear energy better. Do you have plans to return? ......

(1090 words by economist.com)
(03/18/2013)
Project
Tone: -0.45%
Pol: 7.43%
Act: 24.08%
Per: 1.70%
Que: 8.54%
Exc: 1.22%

Hydrogen-powered cars: The future, finally | The Economist

...... natural gas and water. Half the hydrogen comes from methane in natural gas, and half comes from water. In the future, hydrogen will be made by electrolyzing water with renewable or nuclear energy, a true zero emission system. As for hydrogen exploding, it is actually quite difficult to create a hydrogen explosion. Hydrogen, like all fuels, does burn, so it must be handled safely. For a ......

(1347 words by economist.com)
(02/15/2013)
Legislation
Project
Tone: 1.54%
Pol: 6.17%
Act: 24.53%
Per: 0.91%
Que: 6.35%
Exc: 3.17%

North Korea's nuclear test: Are you listening, America? | The Economist

...... in the future I'd like to see the US lend some balls to the UN and then the UN needs to come up with a list of bottom line requirements in order for a nation to possess nukes and nuclear energy. Anybody not abiding by those is either barred from obtaining nukes or an international force will come and take your weapons by force. We all had to pass requirements to get a driver's license, why ......

(2940 words by economist.com)
(02/12/2013)
Legislation
Tone: -0.54%
Pol: 8.10%
Act: 24.46%
Per: 1.72%
Que: 17.57%
Exc: 9.46%

Shanghai Expo: Visiting the axis of evil, in Shanghai | The Economist

...... cutting-edge technology, 2,500 years ago. Inside the pavilion is a scale model of what appears to be Iran's controversial nuclear power plant, with the message again being a bit murky. Nuclear energy for peaceful purposes is, after all, common. The possibility that Iran could be acquiring nuclear energy for other reasons is, of course, a global pre-occupation and thus the model was receiving ......

(620 words by economist.com)
(10/06/2010)
Project
Tone: 1.26%
Pol: 6.91%
Act: 22.92%
Per: 0.16%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%





Tweets

All 23 tweets:
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DTNAsia

...DTN Asia: Power in Japan: The troubles of TEPCO: "Throw yourself into a nuclear reactor and die!" one investor ... http://econ.st/kFDCAp...

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Tone: -8.70%
Pol: 8.70%
Act: 21.74%
Per: 4.35%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 100.00%

alpeca

...RT @theeconomist: Politics this week: Ratko #Mladic was flown to The Hague to stand trial and Germany reversed course on nuclear energy http://econ.st/kL1LZS...

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Tone: -3.85%
Pol: 3.85%
Act: 19.23%
Per: 0.00%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%

DuaneElverum

...RT @theeconomist: Politics this week: Ratko #Mladic was flown to The Hague to stand trial and Germany reversed course on nuclear energy http://econ.st/kL1LZS...

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Tone: -3.85%
Pol: 3.85%
Act: 19.23%
Per: 0.00%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%

larrydevorejr

...RT @theeconomist: Politics this week: Ratko #Mladic was flown to The Hague to stand trial and Germany reversed course on nuclear energy http://econ.st/kL1LZS...

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Tone: -3.85%
Pol: 3.85%
Act: 19.23%
Per: 0.00%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%

BillJoe101

...RT @theeconomist: Politics this week: Ratko #Mladic was flown to The Hague to stand trial and Germany reversed course on nuclear energy http://econ.st/kL1LZS...

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Tone: -3.85%
Pol: 3.85%
Act: 19.23%
Per: 0.00%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%


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