Though many of you appreciate the long form blogging on Atomic Insights, there are just too many different topics worth mentioning today to try to put together a reasonably coherent post.
If you want to engage and see just how many different issues have captured my attention today, I suggest that you watch the Twitter feed over in the right hand column on this site. Better yet, consider this the “round TUIT” that motivates you to sign up for a Twitter account and start by following @atomicrod.
Doing that will expose you to a lot of additional characters worth following including, but not limited to, @arclight, @ionactive, @atomikrabbit, @NuclearTraining, @nukeroadie, @energyparks, @dillonangus, @JoScoMac, @pro_nuclear, @nuclearcom @TalkNuclear, @WomenInNuclear, @YesNuclearUK, @EntrepreNuclear, @loveandscience, @JesseJenkins, @N_E_I, @Nuclear_policy, @TheBTI, @ans_org, @djysrv, @nuclearfriends, @AmeliaFrahm, @Ben_Heard_DSA, @nuclear_britain, @nucleartruth, @whatisnuclear, @CoolHandNuke, @nuclearliz, @pronuclear, @BraveNewClimate, @WorldNuclear, @NuclearStudent, @chicagonuke, @cybernuke, @nuclear_cowboy, @NuclearStreet, @mark_lynas, @GeorgeMonbiot, @popatomicstudio, @SteveAplin, @EnergyFromTh, @yes_VY, and @atomicnews.
Do you notice any recurring themes in that list?
PS – It’s Saturday, not Friday (#FF), and my list would never fit into even a lengthy series of tweets. Oh well, I never was very good at following the crowd.