Primary Sources

Alvarez, L. United States. "Eye-Witness Account of the Trinity Shot" by L. W. Alvarez. , 1945. Print.
This was someone¶s first- hand experience of the first nuclear bomb going off. I used this in giving us a glimpse of how destructive nuclear explosions appear.

"A Nuclear-Powered Trip to Jupiter's Moons." Nuclear Space Travel: Atomic Energy Can Get Us Farther Faster, Experts Say. Web. 2 Nov 2010.
This was a magazine graphic showing how nuclear energy can be used in space travel. I used this in our successes page, in how nuclear energy can be used for good.

"Atomic Bomb." Nuclear Explosion in Pictures . Web. 21 Feb 2011.
This is a picture of a nuclear explosion. I used this in my timeline.

"Atomic Power for Peace." YouTube. Web. 21 Feb 2011.
This is an old video of Eisenhower¶s speech about the Atoms for Peace program. I used this video in my diplomacy section.

Bukro, Casey. "7 Days at Mercy of Raging Nuclear Reactor." Chicago Tribune : Pg 1 and Pg 14 Col 1. Print.
This was a newspaper article published shortly after the Three Mile Island incident. It gives a detailed explanation of the events that occurred there. I used this in the failures/consequences part of the site to show the dangers of nuclear energy.

"Discovery." NASA. Web. 21 Feb 2011.
This is an image of the space shuttle Discovery. I used this video in my successes page.

"Extreme Power Lines." Flickr. Web. 21 Feb 2011.
This is an image showing how much energy we use. I used this image in my successes page.

"Electric Car Charging Point." Flickr. Web. 21 Feb 2011.
This is an image of a device that we use energy to power. I used this image in my successes page.

"Fritz Strassmann (1902 - 1980)." Atomic Archive. Web. 21 Feb 2011.
Image of Fritz Strassman. I used this in my timeline.

"International Control of Atomic Energy." The Cold War. Ed. Walter Hixson. Woodbridge, CT: Primary Source Media, 2000. American Journey. Gale Student Resources In Context. Web. 27 Oct. 2010.
This was a document about an organization that controls which countries are given radioactive fuel. I used this in the diplomacy page.

"iPhone." DaddyTypes. Web. 21 Feb 2011.
This is an image of an iPhone. I used this picture in my successes page.

"Japan-Nuclear Explosion." Hot News Today. Web. 27 Mar 2011.
This is an image of the explosion at one of Japan¶s nuclear reactors. I used this on my failures page to show how natural disasters can cause nuclear disasters.

"Marie Curie observing Uranium." Scientist¶s Show and Tell. Web. 21 Feb 2011.
This is a painting showing Marie Curie observing a flask of uranium. I used this work of art on my timeline.

"Nuclear Explosion." The Real News Now. Web. 21 Feb 2011.
This is an image that shows a nuclear explosion. I used this image on my homepage.

"Nuclear Plant Shut by Radiation Leak." Hartford Courant 29 March 1979: pg. 1,8,16. Print.
This was a newspaper article depicting how difficult it is to build nuclear power plants. I used this in the failures page to show one of the reasons why nuclear energy use hasn¶t grown much.

"Nuclear power plant." The Gale Encyclopedia of Science. Ed. K. Lee Lerner and Brenda Wilmoth Lerner. 4th ed. Detroit: Gale, 2010. Gale Student Resources In Context. Web. 22 Nov. 2010.
This is a picture showing a nuclear power plant. I used this photo in letting myself learn what a nuclear power plant looks like from the outside.

"Otto Hahn." Otto Hahn (1944). Web. 21 Feb 2011.
This is an image of Otto Hahn. I used this on my timeline.

"Packed Tracks." National Geographic. Web. 21 Feb 2011.
This is an image of anti-nuclear protestors delaying trains carrying nuclear waste. I used this image on my diplomacy page.

"September 11, 2001." SF Weekly. Web. 21 Feb 2011.

This is an image showing the destruction of 9/11. I used this image in my terrorism section.

"Snap-10a." Atomic Rockets. Web. 21 Feb 2011.
This is an image of the first nuclear reactor in space. I used this image in my timeline.

"Three Mile Island Aerial." The News Chronicle. Web. 21 Feb 2011.
This is an aerial image of Three Mile Island. I used this image in my timeline.

"Three Mile Island." Memories Still Linger 25 Years After Three Mile Island Accident. Web. 9 Nov 2010.
A graphic giving the rundown of events during the Three Mile Island scare. I used this in my failures page.

"Three Mile Island - Walter Cronkite, CBS, 3-30-79 Part One." Youtube. Web. 29 Nov 20
This is a video from YouTube of the original news broadcast of the Three Mile Island scare. I used this in the failures part of the website.

"United Nations." Unitar. Web. 21 Feb 2011.
This is a picture of the United Nations building and the flags around it. I used this picture in my timeline section.

"U.S. Electricity Generation." Nuclear Renaissance?. Web. 9 Nov 2010.
This is a graphic with statistics about energy sources. Used in the successes page.

"USS Nautilus." Submarines in History. Web. 21 Feb 2011.
This is an image of the USS Nautilus. I used this image on my successes page.

"What the World needs now is Nuclear Energy?."Youtube.com. Web. 21 Feb 2011.
This was a video of a debate about nuclear energy. I used this video on my debate page.

"Whole body PET/CT Scans." RFI English. Web. 21 Feb 2011.
This is an image of the results from a PET/CT scan. I used this image in my successes page.

Will, George F. "This Nuclear Option Is Nuclear." Newsweek (Vol. 155, No. 16). 19 Apr 2010: n.p. SIRS Researcher. Web. 27 Oct 2010.
This is a document debating the positive points of nuclear energy. I used this in the successes page.

Secondary Sources
Anderson, Glen. "Keeping the Lights On." State Legislatures (Vol. 36, No. 4). Apr 2010: 20. SIRS Researcher. Web. 02 Nov 2010.
This is a document discussing what would happen if there was a major blackout because we ran out of fuel and what we are doing to prevent running out of energy. I used this document in my successes page.

Anderson, George. "Our Nuclear Navy." National Geographic. Mar. 1963: Print.
This is a National Geographic article describing how nuclear energy can be applied in other fields, sea travel. I used this in showing the many ways nuclear energy can be used for good in the successes page.

Baker, Peter. "Another Nuclear Pact With Russia Close to Approval." New York Times Dec. 9 2010, Print.
This is a magazine article discussing the current events of the diplomatic treaty between the United States & Russia. Used in the diplomacy page.

Barczak, Sara. "Has the Time Come for Nuclear Power? NO: Price Is High in So Many Ways." Atlanta Journal-Constitution (Atlanta, GA). 27 Jul 2008: B.4. SIRS Researcher. Web. 02 Nov 2010.
I love this article. This very well written article debates why nuclear energy is not a great source of energy to use. I used this in the failures page.

Beinecke, Frances. "A Dangerous, Costly Path." USA TODAY. 15 May 2007: n.p. SIRS Researcher. Web. 02 Nov 2010.
This article shows why nuclear energy is a bad source of energy to use. I used this in the failures page.

Blake, Mariah. "Bad Reactors." Washington Monthly Vol. 41, No. 1. Jan/Feb 2009: 31-38. SIRS Researcher. Web. 01 Nov 2010.
A text document not talking about the cons of nuclear energy. I used this article in the failures page.

Boyer, David. "Powerhouse of the Northwest."National Geographic. Dec. 1974: 821-847. Print.
This document talks about the high water consumption of Nuclear Plants. I used this in my failures page.

Caldicott, Gelen. Nuclear Power is not the Answer. New York: The New Press, 2006. Print.
This is an article about the cons of nuclear energy. I used this in the failures page.

Candris, Aris. "Why the U.S. Needs Nuclear Power." Wall Street Journal. 09 Nov 2009: A19. SIRS Researcher. Web. 01 Nov 2010.
This is an article about the pros of nuclear energy. I used this in the successes page.

Carden, Art. "Nuclear Energy Should Be Subsidized? It Just Ain't So!." Freeman (Vol. 60, No. 5). Jun 2010: 6. SIRS Researcher. Web. 01 Nov 2010.
This is an article about the cons of nuclear energy, with a little bit of diplomacy. I used this in the failures page.

Cobb, Charles E. "Living with Radiation." National Geographic (April 1989), 402-37.
This was pretty neat National Geographic article about the consequences of nuclear energy & the consequences it produces. I used it in the consequences section on the failures page.

Colton, Barrows. "Man's new servant, the Friendly Atom." National Geographic. Jan. 1954: Print.
This is an article about the positive uses of nuclear energy. I used this in the successes page.

Cravens, Gwyneth. Power to save the World: The Truth about Nuclear Energy. Random House, 2008. Print.
A book explaining to people that nuclear energy isn¶t as scary as people seem to think. I used this article in my pro section.

Crawford, David. "Shutdown of Iranian Facilities Reported." Wall Street Journal 24 Nov 2010, Print.
This is about an article about the Stuxnext virus. I used this source in my failures page.

Dareini, Ali Akbar. "Diplomats Pore Over Iran Nuclear Offer." Daily Register (Harrisburg, IL). Aug. 23 2006: n.p. SIRS Researcher. Web. 02 Nov 2010.

This is an article about the diplomatic struggles in regards to nuclear energy between certain countries & Iran. I used this in the cons & diplomacy pages of my site.

Davidson, Paul. "A New Era of Nuclear Power Is Beginning. How Risky Is It?." USA TODAY. Dec. 12 2007: n.p. SIRS Researcher. Web. 02 Nov 2010.
This is a source that points out the tiny flaws/security issues with nuclear energy. I used this source in my con section.

Duncan, Robert C. "Nuclear Power vs. Clean Coal's Dirty Mess: A Tale of Two Power Plants." McClatchy Newspapers. 14 Feb 2009: n.p. SIRS Researcher. Web. 02 Nov 2010.
This is an article comparing ³clean coal´ & nuclear energy; nuclear energy wins. I used this in the successes page.

Edwards, Mike. "Chernobyl - One Year After."National Geographic. May 1987: 632-653. Print.
This is a great National Geographic article about the consequences of nuclear energy. I used this in the failures page.

Faulkner, Peter. The Silent bomb: a guide to the nuclear energy controversy. illustrated. Michigan: Random House (NY), 1977. Print.
This source is some facts showing how scary nuclear energy is. I used this source in my con section.

Foner, Eric, and John A. Garraty. "Atomic Energy Commission." The Reader's Companion to American History. Dec. 1 1991: n.p. SIRS Researcher. Web. 02 Nov 2010.
This is a short document stating some general info about the Atomic Energy Commission. I used this source in my timeline and general info sections.

Foner, Eric, and John A. Garraty. "Three Mile Island." The Reader's Companion to American History. Dec. 1 1991: n.p. SIRS Researcher. Web. 02 Nov 2010.
A snippet of info about the Three Mile Island incident. I used this info on my failures page.

Frommer, Frederic. "Nuclear-Weapons Drivers Drank on Job, Report Finds." Associated Press 22 Nov. 2010, Print.

This article is about nuclear energy workers¶ negligence to their job, & how it can affect our nation¶s safety. I used this article while writing a section on the failures page about human negligence/err.

"Here are the Functions of New U.S. Atomic Energy Commission." Chicago Tribune 29 Oct, 1946, Print.
This newspaper article was written shortly after the creation of the AEC, depicting what they will do. I used this article to give myself a better knowledge of what the AEC is & what they do, to aid me in the writing of the diplomacy page.

Hertel, Nolan E. "Has the Time Come for Nuclear Power? YES: It's Safe, Clean,..." Atlanta JournalConstitution (Atlanta, GA). 27 Jul 2008: B.4. SIRS Researcher. Web. 01 Nov 2010.
This is a very good article debating the positive points of using nuclear energy as a source of power. I heavily relied on this article in the creation of the successes page.

"How Stuxnet cyber weapon targeted Iran nuclear plant." Christian Science Monitor 16 Nov. 2010. Gale Student Resources In Context. Web. 22 Nov. 2010.
This article was about a highly complex computer virus deployed over the summer of 2010 to allow the attacker to remotely control an Iranian power plant, most likely nuclear. I used information from this article in the failures page, to show how detrimental it would be it would be to the world¶s security if an antagonist took control of a nuclear reactor, in light of the foreshadow of cyber wars.

"The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)." Worldmark Encyclopedia of the Nations. Ed. Timothy L. Gall and Jeneen M. Hobby. 12th ed. Vol. 1: United Nations. Detroit: Gale, 2007. Gale Student Resources In Context. Web. 22 Nov. 2010.
This is a document that includes general info about the IAEA. I used this source in my diplomacy page.

Lilienthal, David. Atomic energy, a new start. Michigan: Harper & Row, 1980. Print.
This is a mostly positive book about nuclear energy. I used this book in my pro page.

Long, Michael. "Half Life - The Lethal Legacy of America." National Geographic. July 2002: 2-33. Print.
This is an article on the waste of nuclear energy. I used this article on the con page.

McCutcheon, Chuck. "Global Warming Heats up a Nuclear Energy Renaissance." Christian Science Monitor. 09 Aug 2010: n.p. SIRS Researcher. Web. 02 Nov 2010.
This is a text document discussing how environmentalists, who used to discourage nuclear energy, now back it, they¶re main reason being nuclear energy is free greenhouse gasses. I used this article in my successes section of my website.

Miller, Peter. "The Promise and Peril of Nuclear Energy." National Geographic. Aug. 1991: Print.
This is a National Geographic Article about the pros and cons of Nuclear Energy. I used bits of information from this article in both my successes and failures page.

Moore, Patrick. "Nuclear energy: a sound investment." Arkansas Business 25 Oct. 2010: 7+. Gale Student Resources in Context. Web. 23 Nov. 2010.
This is an article stating the good in nuclear energy. I used this in my pro page.

March 9 "Debating the Nuclear Waste Problem." Nytimes.com Blogs 9 Mar. 2010. Gale Student Resources in Context. Web. 23 Nov. 2010. , 2010, 3:16 pm
This is a document explaining one of the biggest flaws in Nuclear Energy, waste. I used this document in the section about nuclear waste located on the failures/consequences page.

"Nuclear Renaissance." Maclean's 23 Aug. 2010: 66. Gale Student Resources in Context. Web. 23 Nov. 2010.
This is a pro-nuclear document. I used this source in my pro section.

"The Nuclear Treaty Rush." Wall Street Journal 24 Nov. 2010, Print.
This document is about the masses of treaties surrounding the topic of nuclear power. I used this source on my diplomacy page.

"Nuclear Waste May Get A Second Life." Morning Edition 9 Apr. 2010. Gale Student Resources In Context. Web. 1 Dec. 2010.
This article was about nuclear energy and its waste problem. I used this source in the con section.

Perry, Mark J. "Nuclear Must Replace Natural Gas in Power Plants." McClatchy Newspapers. 17 Jul 2008: n.p. SIRS Researcher. Web. 02 Nov 2010.
This document compared nuclear energy to one of the sources of energy used today, Natural Gas. I used this article on my Successes page.

Petit, Charles. "It's Scary. It's Expensive. It Could Save the Earth." National Geographic. Apr. 2006: 54-63. Print.
This was a document debating the good and the bad of nuclear energy.

ProQuest Staff. "Nuclear Energy Timeline." Leading Issues Timelines. 27 Jul 2010:n.p. SIRS Researcher. Web. 21 Oct 2010.
This is a pre-made timeline that assisted me with writing the timeline for my site.

Ramstad, Evan. "North Sparks Korea Crisis." Wall Street Journal 23 Nov. 2010, Print.
This was a document about the crisis between the two halves of Korea, and the rumors of the North having nuclear weapons. I used this in my failures page.

Richard Stieglitz. "Why the World May Turn to Nuclear Power." Futurist (Vol. 43, No. 6). Nov/Dec 2009: 16. SIRS Researcher. Web. 02 Nov 2010.
A source that concealed info about the positive points on nuclear energy. I used this in my success page.

Sobel, Howard. "Nuclear Power - Making a Comeback?." Titan Continuing Education. N.p., n.d. Web. 30 Dec 2010.
This document is about the surge in nuclear power usage. I used this in my charts.

Sokolski, Henry. "The high and hidden costs of nuclear power." Policy Review 162 (2010): 53+. Gale Student Resources in Context. Web. 23 Nov. 2010.
This source describes the cons of nuclear energy. This source was put in to use on the Failures page.

Solomon, Jay, and Adam Entous. "North Korea Nuclear Fear Grows." Wall Street Journal Print.
This is an article about the situation going on in North Korea and the nuclear implications. I used this article in my failures page.

Solomon, Jay. "North Korea Nuclear Find Raises Fear on Tehran." Wall Street Journal 23 Nov. 2010, Print.
This is an article about the fears of North Korea and Tehran both getting nuclear energy. I used this article in both my diplomacy page and failures page.

Stone, Richard. "The Long Shadow of Chernobyl."National Geographic. Apr. 2006: 32-53. Print.
This is an article about the destruction the Chernobyl accident caused. I used this article in the failures part of my site.

Sweet, Cassandra, and Nathan Becker. "Entergy shuts down two Reactors." Wall Street Journal Nov. 9 2010: n.Web. 8 Jan 2011.
This story is about reactors not operating right and causing a billion dollar mess because of bad construction. I used this in my con section of the site.

Switkowski, Ziggy. "Nuclear Option Deserves Our Most Objective Gaze." Australian (Canberra). 21 Sep 2010: 12. SIRS Researcher. Web. 02 Nov 2010.
This article debates the positive points of Nuclear Energy. I used this in the success page.

Tonning, Barry. "Nuclear Power--On a Roll or on the Ropes?." State Government News. April 1999: 19-21. SIRS Researcher. Web. 10 Nov 2010.
This article debates both sides of the nuclear argument. I used this article in both the failures and success pages of my site.

Unknown. "No to Nukes." Los Angeles Times (Los Angeles, CA). 23 Jul 2007: n.p. SIRS Researcher. Web. 02 Nov 2010.
This is an article discussing the cons of nuclear energy. I used this article in my failures page.

Wald, Matthew L. ³A Comeback for Nuclear Energy?.´ New York Times Upfront (Vol. 142, No. 14). 10 May 2010: 14. Sirs Researcher. Web. 02 Nov 2010.
This source is about how more and more people are gradually hopping on the nuclear energy ³band wagon´ since the Chernobyl Accident and Three Mile Island Scare. I used this source in my timeline section.

Weaver, Kenneth. "The Promise and Peril of Nuclear Energy." National Geographic. Apr. 1979: Print.
This National Geographic Article talks about the good and bad of nuclear energy. Used in both my pro and con pages.

Weisman, Jonathan. "Arms-Control Argument Heats Up." Wall Street Journal 29 Nov. 2010, Print.
This article is about nuclear weapons and diplomacy. I used this in my diplomacy page.

Weisman, Jonathan. "Russian Arms Pact Faces new Obstacle." Wall Street Journal 11/17/10: A8. Print.
This is about Russia and its nuclear weapons. I used this article in my diplomacy page.

Will, George F. "This Nuclear Option Is Nuclear." Newsweek (Vol. 155, No. 16). 19 Apr 2010: n.p. SIRS Researcher. Web. 01 Nov 2010.
This is an article stating how good nuclear energy is. I used this in my successes page.

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