Nuclear Literacy Project goes live
The Nuclear Literacy Project has officially opened its virtual doors for visitors. This collaborative effort has been several months in the making with a number of talented hands ensuring that the the unveiling would be a real success.
The site is designed to appeal to curious people who do not have preconceived notions, but really want to learn more about nuclear energy and radiation.
When you visit the site, please make sure that you read about the NLP History, watch a few of the posted videos, scroll through the fast facts and take a quiz to test your own nuclear knowledge.
If you are already a nuclear professional and know everything you need to know about the topic, you should instead consider making a tax deductible contribution to the project. Judging by the commercials I see on television, on the web and in magazines, coal, oil, gas, solar, and wind professionals have no apparent hesitation about making contributions to organizations that tell their story to the public.
ANS Nuclear Cafe – Introducing the Nuclear Literacy Project
Areva Blog – Read Up on The Nuclear Literacy Project
Yahoo News – Nuclear Advocates Launch Nuclear Literacy Project
Now the task is to drive eyeballs to the site….
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