The CMD list describes Energy From Thorium
This blog is devoted to the discussion of thorium as a future energy resource, and the machine to extract that energy: the liquid-fluoride nuclear reactor. Kirk Sorenson, an expert on thorium fuel, thinks this ore could help the globe with its energy needs. Visitors can learn about the basic principles of thorium, as well as its history and future.Nuclear Green is described:
This blog holds the belief that nuclear energy is green energy. Post include entries on Greenpeace, energy tariffs, and the truth about wind energy.The CMD Energy blog list is somewhat uneven. A number of the listed blogs are infrequently posted. For example the Coal Association of Canada's blog has not posted on since July, In contrast a number of regularly posting nuclear bloggers are not mentioned. Similar weaknesses exist in other parts of the list. For Example Ed Ring's EcoWorld is not included in the list.
However, despite the somewhat uneven quality of the CMD Energy Blog list, it does link to a significant number of quality blogs that provide accurate information. Other blogs included on the list, while not entirely trustworthy as accurate sources of information, do provide insight into current thinking about energy issues.