Allow me to share a couple of examples of surprising talent from my alma mater.
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Dr. James Hansen is one of the world’s leading climatologists. He recently wrote a book titled “Storms of My Grandchildren” explaining the need to take effective action to reduce the potential danger of building up CO2 in the atmosphere. He is opposed to international agreements for capping and trading emissions and offsets and instead recommends [...]
Some of you have graciously let me know that you are impatiently awaiting the next episode of the Atomic Show after a long period of silence. Please rest assured, there will be a new show soon. My goal is to get it produced and posted by Tuesday morning – US east coast time.
As we come close to the holiday season, several listeners have very generously asked what they can do to show their appreciation for The Atomic Show. I am actually quite humbled by those requests. Since March of 2006, a loosely connected team of people has been working with available time to provide you with the [...]
This video should provide some food for thought for people who believe that wind energy is clean and safe. Here is another video that details some of the mechanical and business risks associated with wind energy developments. This is not a spectacular failure, but one where a manufacturing or engineering problem has resulted in a [...]
While working in South Africa on the PBMR project, Hans and Mary Lou Gougar are taking full advantage of the opportunity to try new experiences and visit new places. During Atomic Show #105, Hans, ever the devoted husband, offered to share a video of Mary Lou being kissed by an elephant. I have her permission [...]
I apologize for my lack of shows during the past couple of weeks. Summer is always a challenging time – there is less news, potential guests are out of town, and there are always competing activities that can take the place of putting together a show. I hope you all forgive me, but it sure [...]
Duke Energy, Ameren, US Navy Nuclear Power Program, Dominion On February 29, 2008, I visited the American Nuclear Society Student Conference 2008 Career Fair and talked to a number of organizations that had booths set up to find out what kind of opportunities were available. I tried to get a reasonable selection of contractor, government [...]
NRC, Black and Veatch, Southern California Edison, and Argonne National Laboratory On February 29, 2008, I visited the American Nuclear Society Student Conference 2008 Career Fair and talked to a number of organizations that had booths set up to find out what kind of opportunities were available. I tried to get a reasonable selection of [...]
Jill Buck, Founder of the Go Green Initiative, joins Rod Adams for a discussion of the environmental benefits of nuclear power You are going to enjoy this show! Jill Buck is an energetic community leader with a vision for a cleaner world and she has been working for a number of years to make that [...]
John Wheeler, Kirk Sorensen, Kelly Taylor, Robert Margolis and Rod Adams talk about nuclear news as of February 10, 2008. Topics include Indian Point, dash to gas, new plants, anti-nuclear antics Virtual round table discussion with four guests whose total nuclear experience is more than 100 years. John Wheeler – host of This Week in [...]
I apologize for the silence in the past few weeks. I hope that some of you, at least, have been disappointed as days continued to go by without a new episode of The Atomic Show. I have been working hard at several different time consuming tasks recently including getting a new iMac set up and [...]