Welcome Post

A time traveler from the age of steamFor readers who do not know me, I published a blog on nuclear energy titled “Idaho Samizdat” from 2007-2012.  After a two-year hiatus of just reading and watching the nuclear and space exploration industries, as of August 31, 2014, I have started a new blog with a more general scope. I remain interested in both topics.

Topics may stray into the fields of online publishing and the news media in general.

This blog will be collection of news notes on things that I find interesting in these fields. My perspective is the “so what” question, the why, and ‘what does it mean’ of a news event. I do not have an agenda, point of view, and program other than a generally positive view of commercial nuclear energy and its benefits. I’ll try to be objective, but I do have opinions and will call them out as needed.

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All of the posts on this blog are solely my responsibility and are not intended to represent the views of any other person, organization, or business.

This blog does not provide “advice” of any kind be it legal, financial, or engineering analysis. You are solely responsible for any use you make of information posted on this blog for the obvious reason that it makes no claim to having professional expertise in any field.

Comments will be reviewed for civility and spam. I will allow anonymous comments except when they aren’t civil or are spam. Trolls and spam will be deleted without response to sender.

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I’m on Twitter. You can follow me there via @djysrv  The Twitter feed is very active and is updated several times a week.

About me

I work on project management for new business development and related communications strategies & services.  ~ Also, more details at Google Sites 

Email me: djysrv@gmail.com
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A Time Traveler from the Age of Steam

Fire Up 611 image courtesy of Virginia Museum of Transportation

Fire Up 611 image courtesy of Virginia Museum of Transportation

Why is there a picture of a railroad engineer at the top of this page? I was a rail fan at a young age and grew up in an era when steam locomotives were being phased out for more efficient diesels.

The restoration of steam locomotives in the 21st Century is a fitting tribute to the men and women who worked on them when they were in revenue service.

Readers are welcome to add brief notes and URLs about their favorites in the comments section.

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About djysrv

Dan Yurman ~ For breaking nuclear news follow me on Twitter @djysrv or http://www.twitter.com/djysrv ~ Welcome Page for Neutron Bytes Blog ~ https://neutronbytes.com/2014/08/31/welcome-post/ Email me: djysrv@gmail.com ~ Mobile via Google Voice 216-369-7194 ~ Header Image Credit: http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap110904.html ** The content of this blog is protected by copyright laws of the U.S. "Fair use" provisions apply. The RSS feed is for personal use only unless otherwise explicitly granted **
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5 Responses to Welcome Post

  1. joffan7 says:

    Good to see you back again Dan

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  2. Glad to see you back! I posted a link to your blog at New Papyrus:

    http://newpapyrusmagazine.blogspot.com/

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  3. atomikrabbit says:

    Welcome back Dan!

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  4. Dan, I learned about your site from Rod Adams. The galaxy photo is beautiful and perfect for your site. It conveys the atomic universe.

    My name is William (Bill) Gloege. I just started a group on the California Central Coast to support Diablo Canyon and nuclear power in general. We call ourselves “Citizens for Green Nuclear Power”. We have not got a web site yet but will. Our email address is citizensforgreennuclearpower@gmail.com.

    We are a small group of about eight regulars, but we have some technical talent with two Ph Ds and other advanced degrees. I have a Masters from Georgetown University. I studied international affairs and political science, but am drawn to nuclear because of the severe climate crisis. We have a drought in California that is only beginning to be felt. Many Californians as living off ground water and placating themselves with the fantasy that rains will return.

    However the drought is based on climate change – mainly changes in the Arctic. It is not going away in the opinion of serious scientists, like those at US Santa Cruz. In less than two years California will be on it’s knees as it drinks its last drops. We are 38 million people and a $2 trillion economy. The collapse will be spectacular. If this does not stifle the Deniers for good, nothing will.

    Our two main goals as a group are reaching and educating the grass roots citizen about nuclear and “outing” the bogus information put out by the Nuclear Deniers like Mothers for Peace, The World Business Academy in Santa Barbara, the CEC in SB, the Institute for Nuclear Responsibility, also in Santa Barbara – which is a hot bed of BS on nuclear power. See the movie they put out: “Troubled Waters” which lies boldly about dangers of Diablo Canyon. The ex-Soviet Union would have killed for this kind of very high quality, high production value propaganda

    I look forward to reading your blog regularly. Please contact us if we can help you in any way. If you are out this way (Santa Maria, San Luis Obispo, Pismo Beach areas) let us know. We can call together a pow wow of like minded nuclear supporters. Maybe you’d like a Diablo tour?

    Best regards, Bill Gloege

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  5. Dan,
    I remain a fan. This is excellent.
    We just published a major report on “National Nuclear Energy Strategies” driven first by urbanization in Asia (more than national security or climate change).
    http://www.climatechangebusiness.com/Policy_Market_Factors_Shaping_National_Nuclear_Strategies
    We briefed DOE-NE two months ago.

    Look forward to hearing from you, Dan.
    Andy Paterson
    Washington, DC

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