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[cdn-nucl-l] RE: Amory Lovins and RMI
Well, I voted on Lovins' site. Of course there were only 328 voters at that
time, and pro-nuclear was only 2%. These internet polls are only useful if
you know who voted, and why they voted (was it the way the question was
On another note, I have re-worked my Canadian nuclear history pages on the
Canadian Nuclear Society web site (www.cns-snc.ca). They are now found on
their own page (click on "Nuclear Info and Links" on the side bar, then on
the link "Canadian Nuclear History").
I just finished a new web page on the Nuclear Power Demonstration (NPD)
reactor, including an authorized reprint of a Nuclear Engineering (now
Nuclear Engineering International) article from 1962. This is part of the
planned celebrations of NPD's 40th anniversary of start-up, to be
commemorated next year (it's also AECL's 50th b'day).
As always, I welcome any contribution regarding Canada's nuclear history.
Perhaps you'd like to do a write-up on a Canadian nuclear pioneer (or
someone who worked in Canada for a while). Anyone up to writing a story on
Rutherford's Canadian years? Or a short bio on W.B. Lewis? Or do you know
of a good site already out there (like the one on George Laurence), to which
I could make a link?