Kretschmer wants to leave nuclear people on the net for years
Sachsen's Prime Minister Michael Kretschmer, given the energy crisis with extremely high gas and electricity prices, considers a significant extension of the atomic periods necessary. © Sebastian Kahnert/dpa Sachsen's Prime Minister Michael Kretschmer wants to leave the remaining nuclear power plants on the net longer.
The United States have warned Russia both publicly and in confidential discussions of "catastrophic" consequences of a nuclear weapon use. "We said the Russians very clearly and also in four eyes that they should let the chatter about nuclear weapons be," said US Secretary of State Antony Flasch in an interview of the program "60 Minutes" by CBS News on Sunday. © Bryan R. Smith Le Secrétaire d'Etat américain Antony flashing S'Adresse au Conseil de Sécurité de l'Unu, Le 22 Septembre 2022
President Vladimir Putin had threatened to use nuclear weapons when he was in Wednesday in had announced the partial mobilization of reservists to a television address. Russia will use all "available funds" to protect its territory, said Putin. "This is not a bluff". "Those who try to blackmail us with nuclear weapons should know that the wind can also turn in their direction," said Putin.
in Belfort, a start-up is launching in the small nuclear reactors
An engineering start-up of small nuclear modular reactors will soon see the light of day in Belfort, the founders said this Tuesday, September 20, 2022. Neext Engineering is Born of the APSIIS association, founded by unionists of General Electric and local entrepreneurs.
flashing said in the TV interview on the sidelines of the UN General Batte in New York that it is "very important that Moscow hears from us and learns from us that the consequences were horrific. And we made that very clear," said that Flash. Every use of nuclear weapons "would of course have catastrophic effects for the country that it uses, but also for many others."
Jake Sullivan, National Security Advisor of US President Joe Biden, said shortly before in another interview that the United States had warned Russia "on very high levels" of "catastrophic consequences". The United States and their allies would "resolutely answer," said Sullivan of the CBS program "Face the Nation". "We said clearly what that would mean," said Sullivan.
The day when a Soviet submarine lost nuclear weapons at the bottom of water .
© touched, sunk. | Screenshot The History Guy: History Deserves to Be Remembured via YouTube hit, sunk. | Screen capture The History Guy: History Deserves to Be Remembured via YouTube during the 36th anniversary of the event, Popular Mechanics returns on the sinking of K-219, nuclear submarine launcher The Soviet Navy, which flowed on October 3, 1986 in the northeast of the Bermuda, causing the death of several members of its crew and the loss of a certain number of missiles.