Sunday, February 16, 2014
The Energy Reality Project Hosts the Carnival of Nuclear Bloggers
The 196th Carnival of Nuclear Energy Bloggers is at the Energy Reality Project blog this month. I don't usually call out the Carnival as a post at this blog, but this is the first time the Energy Reality Project has hosted it.
You just have to love a site with the motto: 4.5 Billion Years of Reality Continues.
I encourage you to read the Carnival, which includes James Conca at Forbes on "Do We Really Need Fusion Power?" Margaret Harding at her own blog on "Kill the Goose that Lays the Golden Egg" (about Vermont Yankee!), Rod Adams at ANS Nuclear Cafe on "How Can We Stop Premature Nuclear Plant Closures" and Leslie Corrice at his blog on "Background Information on Tritium." And there's more, of course! Visit the Carnival!
The Energy Reality Project
However, I also want to introduce you to the Energy Reality Project itself, founded by Rick Maltese. The Project site a compendium of links and up-to-date information, a blog and more. What's the "more"? The "more" is that the Project is more than a website.
You can join the Project: it now has members all over the world. Future plans include linking members together in their geographical areas. In other words, a real grassroots movement for energy sanity.
Visit and join!
Note: This week, I am busy with a cheerful family visit. I expect to have very few (possibly zero) blog postings.