A nuclear-powered superyacht won’t save the world: opinion

From left, Sissy Farenthold, Patricia Doughtery and Tim Reiser at the Bulletin’s 2019 Annual Event in Chicago. Photo by Ana Miyares.
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The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists informs the public about risks from nuclear weapons, nuclear energy, climate change and biotechnology.

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