Nuke Roadie: The first blog, Nuke Roadie, was started this month by Nuke Roadie. Nuke Roadie is known to many of us in the nuclear blogosphere for his blog comments, Facebook page, and twitter feed @nukeroadie. Nuke Roadie is a contract worker in the nuclear industry. (Yeah, you might have guessed that.) I have appreciated his excellent comments on my blog and other blogs. I have been following him on FB and Twitter for years. I am delighted to see his new blog! I have added it to the Yes Vermont Yankee blog roll.
MZConsulting Blog: The second blog, Milton Caplan MZConsulting Blog, is not a new blog. I had just never encountered it before. Milton Caplan commented on my blog post at ANS Nuclear Cafe. This led me to check out his company's blog. MZConsulting is a Canadian company, consulting in nuclear energy, and Mr. Caplan is chair of the World Nuclear Association Economics Working Group. You can read a little more about Caplan here. As you could expect, these blog posts are thoughtful and authoritative. I have added this blog to my blog roll.
The Search for Nuclear Happiness at ANS Nuclear Cafe
On Tuesday, I posted at ANS Nuclear Cafe on my methods for seeking happiness while supporting nuclear energy. The Search for Nuclear Happiness includes my favorite techniques to support both nuclear energy and my own personal satisfaction. One technique involves brownies--- or actually, coffee-and-brownies. Well, actually, it's not about the brownies, it's about getting together with other supporters! I believe supporters of nuclear energy have a Brownie Deficit, because we don't hang out enough together. Nuclear opponents are constantly getting their groups together for this and for that. Such meetings energize them.
Meetings with our pro-nuclear friends can energize us.
Eat brownies, enjoy your friends, and read pro-nuclear blogs!
Great post! I will certainly check out those blogs. I very much enjoyed your piece on ANS Nuclear Cafe.
First, congrats on 200K! How awesome is that?
Now for the celebration: Efficient me puts the coffee in the brownie mix, for a multivariate 24/7 alternative energy fix...think of all those kcal's stored!
Then we can add a nice wine, while others just whine, and be the truly end/user friendly en(t)ergy group.
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