The depth and breadth of the information resources on the World Wide Web continue to amaze me. It has been more than 20 years since I sent my first email, and almost a dozen years since I posted my first web page, and I have been narrowly focused on energy issues (especially nuclear energy) for most of the thousands of hours that I have spent on the net in recent years.
This morning, however, I had the wonderful experience of a new discovery that I want to share with you. In a discussion on EnergyPulse, I saw a mention of a site that I had never before visited or even saw mentioned. I am not sure where I have been, and some of you have probably already discovered this site and will respond to my enthusiasm with the same yawn as experienced travelers do when confronted by a newbie who has just visited Bermuda.
I’ll risk the distain. Nuclearinfo.net has an immediately recognizable quality. It is not hard to determine within the first few minutes on the site that it is a serious effort – no matter what your opinions are about the topic you will know that the originators of this material have something to say that is worth reading. If you need more information about nuclear energy, make sure that Nuclearinfo.net is on your list of references.