- A chemist in Langley
- Arctic Sea Ice Blog
- Bill Hooke
- Carbon Brief
- Cliff Mass
- Climate Audit
- Clive Best
- Conflict Resolution
- Count Bayesie
- Cultural Cognition
- Ed Hawkins
- Energy, Security, and Climate
- Environmental Progress
- Isaac Held
- Matt Nisbet
- Nick Stokes
- Paul Homewood
- Science of Doom
- SciMed Skeptic
- Watts Up With That?
A pro-nuclear power resource list should consist of basics followed by icing, but I have a hard time figuring what basics are. To get one's head around being pro-nuclear power it's importand to understand the anti-nuclear movement. This is essentially the Environmental movement, especially its deep green variety is. What the important myths of environmentalism are. How to debunk such myths. That really needs a different page. These are just resources.
Free on the internet:
- The Nuclear Energy Option, by Bernard L. Cohen
- Sustainable Energy – without the hot air, by David MacKay
- Plentiful Energy: The story of the Integral Fast Reactors, by Charles Till, and Yoon Il Chang
Books: Not Free
- Climate Gamble, by Rauli Partanen and Janne M. Korhonen
- Ecology Ideology and Power, by Donald Gibson
- "Radiation and Reason", by Wade Allison, website and book
- "Fukushima - the first 5 days", by Leslie Corrice
- Superfuel: Thorium, The Green Energy Source For The Future, by Richard Martin
- Nuclear 2.0: Why a green energy future needs nuclear power, by Mark Lynas
- Terrestrial Energy: How Nuclear Energy Will Lead the Green Revolution and End America’s Energy Odyssey, by William Tucker
- GreenJacked! The misdirection of environmental action on climate change, by Geoff Russell
- The Bottomless Well: The Twilight of Fuel, the Virtue of Waste, and Why We Will Never Run Out of Energy, by Peter W. Huber and Mark P. Mills
Videos, youtube (mostly free)
- "A reality check on renewables", by David MacKay
- Helen Caldicott - "Th" Thorium Documentary
- BBC - Horizon - 2006 - "Nuclear Nightmares"
- Fukushima Is Nuclear Power Safe, BBC Horizon 2011
- Pandora's Promise
- Lot's of videos by Gordon McDowell, which are mostly on youtube (gordonmcdowell channel on youtube)
- Anything by Hans Rosling, Alex Cannara, Kirk Sorensen, David MacKay, Robert Bryce
My youtube lists:
- "Carnival of atomic bloggers"
- Climate Gamble
- Atomic Insights
- BreakThrough Institute
- Brave New Climate
- Hiroshima Syndrome
- Nuclear Green Revolution
- XLNT Foundation
- A Look at Nuclear Science and Technology, by Larry Foulke. Good course, no longer running, but an excellent introduction to nuclear power. Would be brilliant if someone could post the pirated videos, and exercises. Perhaps they'll run it again if lots of people add themselves to the watchlist?
- E-learning for Nuclear Newcomers, by IAEA. Looks interesting but I've not used it)
My blogsI keep these as explanations, for myself, of any idea or data I might need in future.
- Nukes Pretty Please, pro nuclear power blog
- Green Fallacies, exposing myths about the Green movement.