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94%VideoNov 2013

TYT - A car that runs for 100 years without refuelling

(5:27) Could Thorium be the future of nuclear energy? Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian of The Young Turks discuss Laser Power Systems' concept for a thorium-powered car engine.


94%VideoNov 2014

Postcards from Pripyat, Chernobyl

(3:00) The Chernobyl nuclear disaster happened in 1986. Since then, time has stood still. Armed with a camera and a geiger counter, filmmaker Danny Cooke began exploring.


94%VideoMay 2013

10 interesting facts about Chernobyl

(2:58) Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in Ukraine, at the time a part of the Soviet Union, blew up in 1986. It is considered the worst nuclear power plant accident in history.


93%VideoSep 2012

Romney's energy policy inspired by Hitler!

(1:04) Tact, something an American president should have in abundance, is certainly lacking in Mitt Romney.


93%VideoJan 2015

Thorium, a clean energy solution

(11:13) The case for thorium, how nuclear power should have been.


90%VideoJun 2014

How nuclear power makes electricity

(3:53) Succinctly explained by Jem Stansfield on BBC's science program 'Bang Goes The Theory'.

89%VideoFeb 2010

Bill Gates - The quest for zero-carbon emissions

(29:33) One of the planet's richest men, the man who created the miracle of Microsoft, and a very generous philanthropist, puts his money behind Terrapower, a nuclear solution - but one that makes a lot of sense.

88%VideoDec 2010

Nuclear fusion, or creating the sun on Earth

Can we make a star on Earth? The world's most powerful laser (500 trillion watts) at the National Ignition Facility in California, is on the brink of igniting a star. Physicist Brian Cox gets a guided tour at the facility. 2011 could be a bright year.

88%VideoFeb 2012

Taking a stroll around Chernobyl

(2:17) Entropy at work, 26 years after Chernobyl nuclear power station blew up in Ukraine in 1986.


88%VideoMay 2013

Sacrifice in Chernobyl

(2:40) Moving scene from the 2006 BBC documentary series 'Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster' when three volunteers dived into a radioactive pool to open a pipe and prevent an explosion 10x that of Hiroshima.