It is a long-standing tradition in the small, but expanding circle of pro-nuclear bloggers for us to welcome “another blogger for nuclear energy”. It is with great pleasure that I direct your attention to a blog titled Left Brain to Right Brain.
The newest entry in the pro-nuclear blogger community is published by a mechanical engineer who is currently working on nuclear piping analysis. He describes himself as “An entrepreneur currently in the field of nuclear engineering.” He has decided to blog as a way to both improve his writing skills and as a way to find his voice as he attempts to transition from a job in nuclear engineering to one in finance, presumably associated with nuclear industry developments.
As a guy who has described himself as an atomic entrepreneur since 1993 – but who is still trying to figure out how to make some real money so I can comfortably retire from my day job – I am encouraged when any nuke decides that it is time to attempt some related entrepreneurial endeavors. I like it anytime someone takes an action that proves that Amory Lovins’s is lying when he repeats his self-delusional mantra that “not a dime of private capital” is flowing to nuclear energy projects.
Note: I am not trying to be mysterious by not posting the name of the blogger at Left Brain to Right Brain. It took a few minutes, but I put a name to the face at Left Brain To Right Brain. Since he decided to post his photo, but not his name on his blog, I assume he has done that on purpose. Unless otherwise informed, I will not make it too easy for search engines to associate the name to the blog.