I am going out of town for a few days, and so I may get behind in posting and moderating comments. Please be patient with me!
Because of my trip, I am also extending the Caldicott Satire contest through the weekend.
Also, there's a little mystery going on. Yesterday Clay Turnbull emailed me and I put the exchange in my blog as follows:
My question: Does anybody who reads this blog know about the incorrect quote from Gundersen, how it got on the NEC blog, and how long it was there? The whole thing aroused my curiosity. The quote was something about how good NEC had been about tying Entergy's ankles together. Supposedly said at a party the day after the Senate vote. Turnbull emailed me that NEC checked with Gundersen, Gundersen said that he didn't say this, and NEC took it off the site. But how long was the quote up there and why? Why did it get taken down after my blog linked to the site? Lots of people must read that site daily. Any ideas?
The next picture is Clay Turnbull of the New England Coalition (an anti-nuke group) taking a picture of the reactor model, while a security guard keeps watch in the background. (By the way, there's an interesting quote from Arnie Gundersen on the New England Coalition website.)Clay Turnbull of the New England Coalition just emailed me that the quote from Arnie Gundersen was incorrect and has been eliminated from the New England Coalition website. In case people have already visited their website, I decided to leave my original statement in this post, and add the new correction. I thank Mr. Turnbull for the update.
Don't forget. I'm still running the Helen Caldicott Satire Contest. Why cars, toothpaste and paper (so far) are terribly dangerous. Get your entry in soon. Contest ends APRIL 19 (Extended Deadline). Enter early and often!