24th Carnival of Nuclear Energy Blogs

The 24th Carnival of Nuclear Energy Blogs is up at Idaho Samizdat.  It features blog posts from the leading U.S. nuclear bloggers.  It is a roundup of featured content from the nation’s leading pro-nuclear blogs. If you want to hear the voice of the nuclear renaissance, this is where you will find it.

Past editions have been hosted at NEI Nuclear Notes, Atomic Insights, Next Big Future and several other popular nuclear energy blogs.

If you have a pro-nuclear energy blog, and would like to host an edition of the Carnival, please contact Brian Wang at Next Big Future to get on the rotation.

This is a great collaborative effort which deserves your support. Please post a Tweet, a Facebook entry, or a link on your website or blog to support the carnival.

Thank You.

One response to “24th Carnival of Nuclear Energy Blogs

  1. I don’t have a blog or a website, but I’ve been daydreaming about Nevada after the elcctions.
    Say Harry Reid is re-elected. He is likely to just sit on his Yucca Mountain position. But if he were to lose his Majority Leader position, the President might come under more pressure to look hard at Nevada and Yucca Mountan. He could even tell Reid that he is sorry, but his Blue Ribbon Commiission might have to be allowed to consider all reasonable options. Even Carol Browner might chime in as a nuclear advocate! And maybe Sec. Chu might be able to speak out on the subject.
    A more unlikely course might be that Reid could decide to become a statesman, a clean energy advocate and a hero who could bring 1,000 jobs back to NV!
    And if Reid loses? No one in Washington will pay any attention to NV at all!
    Maybe, maybe …
    – – Dave Rossin

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