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 […]
There will be no Atomic Show Podcast this week. I am making preparations to cover the 2007 American Nuclear Society (ANS)/European Nuclear Society (ENS) Winter meeting and the associated Young Professional’s Congress. The Young Professional’s Congress is a joint effort between North American Young Generation in Nuclear (NA-YGN) and the American Nuclear Society’s Young Member […]
I have returned from a wonderfully relaxing and informative trip. My wife and I took a cruise up the Rhine River from Basel, Switzerland to Amsterdam and saw a lot of quaint villages, castles and a whole bunch of industry, coal barges and power plants. Once I get out from under the pile of email, […]
There will not be a new Atomic Show for the next couple of weeks. It is time for an unwired break from both my day job and my atomic avocation. We will have a lot of information to catch up on when I return. Talk to you next month.
One of the most popular podcasts on The Podcast Network is The Cranky Middle Manager Show, hosted by Wayne Turmel. Wayne is a corporate trainer and manager who once spent some time as a stand-up comic. As you can imagine, his show is often worth a listen and turns out to be a pretty entertaining […]
Folks, I have been quite busy the last couple of weeks and have not gotten around to putting together another show. I has occurred to me that now would be a good time to ask – does anyone miss the regular chats about atomic topics? Let me know if you want to hear more shows.
On May Day, I spent an enjoyable 25 minutes being interviewed by Adam Curry as a guest “savant” for the Daily Source Code. Adam has been intrigued by my advocacy of nuclear plants safe enough to be surrounded by people – he called the show Backyard Nukes and posted it on May 2, 2007. It […]
I have been seriously outdone. Compared to the production value and message available at nobodysfuel.com, my talk at Google was a boring lecture. I swear that I had no idea this film existed when I prepared my talk – though you might notice some startlingly similar topics and thoughts. Go and see the trailer at […]