A couple of days ago, I came across an inspirational logo.
I liked it so much that I contacted the person who had posted it on the Nukes page on Facebook. It was on a flyer announcing a series of talks about atomic energy at the Dallas Makerspace by a group called Atomic Energy Interest Group. Christopher was happy to share a higher resolution copy of the image. He even had a few buttons left over from a trial production run that he said he could send to me.
Note: The first event listed on the flyer happened on October 20, but the rest are coming soon.
When you see me walking around the Knoxville Convention Center attending the Big Event for National Nuclear Science Week later today and through the weekend, you will probably notice me wearing one of those buttons.
I’ll have a few extra with me. Christopher has also agreed to let me take orders to be produced in another run within the next month or so. Please come up, introduce yourself, hand me a card and you, too can become a proud proclaimer of a powerful mission statement.
If you want to be sure to catch me, attend the Friday afternoon session, especially the late afternoon panel discussion titled Myth busting: How to be a good steward of NS&E. I’ll be participating on that panel and giving a brief introduction to a selected myth that is part of the current atomic energy mythology, which is a category of myths on its own.
I’m honored to have been invited to join the illustrious group of invited speakers. I hope that everyone who is in the Knoxville area will bring a few friends and family to at least part of the three day celebration of an important technology. Admission is free.