Friday, December 5, 2008

Nuclear Green One Year Old

Nuclear Green is 1 year old today. It has been an interesting and productive year.


Robert Hargraves said...


Congratulations on a sustained blog effort for one year. You are tireless in your thoughtful analysis and writing.

Greg Barton said...

w00t! :)

Marcel F. Williams said...

For some reason, I thought your excellent blog was at least a couple of years old. Congratulations!

Marcel F. Williams
New Papyrus Magazine

Charles Barton said...

Marcel I started blogging in July of 2004, and I blogged on environmental and nuclear issuesfrom time to time, but I decided last fall that if I wanted a voice in nuclear issues, I needed to create a dedicated nuclear blog.

Robw said...


I read this blog often and I find your dedication and enthusiasm inspirational. Now if we can just get others to listen to your sound advice...


John Tjostem said...

Thank for all those thoughtful blogs. Your recollections of the history of nuclear energy in mid 20th century a treasure of insights that should serve to bring a rebirth to molten salt thorium reactors. I stop a Nuclear Green everyday. Your long essays are a marvel.

Charles Barton said...

Thank you all for the kind words.

Anonymous said...

Take care that you never spell a word wrong. Always before you write a word, consider how it is spelled, and, if you do not remember, turn to a dictionary.

Thomas Jefferson

One year hardly seems a decent beginning; we need many many more, so get back to work. ☺

Best wishes,


DV8 2XL said...

Sorry I'm late to the party. Indeed congrats and many happy returns.


Jason Ribeiro said...

Happy belated Birthday !! Keep up the great work Charles, you are an inspiration to many.


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