Friday, March 27, 2009

EfT, Nuclear Green Included in Top Energy Blogs List

Constructionmanagementdegree.org a web site that focuses on education and information for construction managers as listed Energy from Thorium and Nuclear Green among the 50 top energy related blogs. Two other nuclear blogs, NEI Nuclear Notes and Rod Adams' Atomic Insights Blog were also included in the list along with Robert Hargraves' Pebble Bed Reactor page. Most observers of the nuclear blogging community would probably include Dan Yurman's Idaho Samidazt among the top nuclear blogs. Other nuclear bloggers also produce excellent blogs, and are worth adding to any list of top nuclear blogs. There are no bad nuclear blogs, and all are worth reading.

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.

7 comments:

Noah said...

I recently came accross your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I dont know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.


Miriam

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Charles Barton said...

Thank you Miriam. I would hope that reading my blog would give my readers pleasure.

Finrod said...

Interesting. I recieved the following comment on a long-expired thread to one of the posts on my blog:


jennifer said...
I recently came accross your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I dont know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.


Alessandra

http://www.craigslisthelper.info

Charles Barton said...

As you said, Interesting.

Warren Heath said...

Sorry, I meant to say Anthrax, not Botulism.

Anonymous said...

As an avid reader and fan of your blog, I am pleased and gratified to have my opinions and tastes validated by this latest tribute and affirmation.

This event strangely inspires and brings to mind a great and beautiful parable from the New Testament that I would like to bend to my purpose; the parable of the mustard seed.

“Your blog is like to a grain of mustard seed, the smallest and most humble of all seeds, but when cast random before the winds and finding perches in rich an fertile soil, when it is so sown, it groweth up, and waxed a great tree, and becometh this greatest of all herbs, shooteth out great branches; so that the fowls of the air lodged in these branches, and the beasts of the fields may find shelter and take comfort from the heat of the day under the shadow of it.”


Axil

Charles Barton said...

Axil you will give me a big head. Thank you very much for what I take to be a very high compliment. Any time you wish to try your hand at blogging, you are welcome to post on Nuclear Green.

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