Will Davis has done a great job of posting a well-organized Carnival. It includes Margaret Harding on nuclear politics, Gail Marcus on the Japanese Nuclear system (and its problems. Marcus worked in nuclear regulation in Japan.). Brian Wang announces that Kirk Sorensen, one of the main driving forces behind the Liquid Fluoride Thorium Reactor, now has a regular blog on the Future of Energy at Forbes. Wang also updates us on the Chinese and South Korean reactor builds. Dan Yurman at Idaho Samizdat contemplates Areva's future, while Fred Moore at ANS Nuclear Cafe feels that the High Temperature Gas Cooled Reactor will be a game-changer. The Nuclear Energy Institute considers "Musicians United for Safe Energy" in California (they don't know a lot about energy) while Rod Adams plans to spread Calm, Certainty and Reassurance instead of Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt.
There's a couple of my posts in the Carnival, too.
Will Davis, once again, frames the Carnival with a guessing game. How appropriate! What is Will holding in his hand in the picture at the head of the blog post? You have to read the post to find out.
Come to the Carnival! Take your chances at the guessing game! Learn about World-Wide Nuclear! Have a good time!