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  1. Environmentalists For Nuclear Energy; (click on the appropriate flag)
  2. Wade Allison; Oxford University PhysicsThe Radiation Information Network; one of the most comprehensive directories of radiation information on the internet;
  3. Understanding how civil nuclear technology is the safe green solution;
  4. Radiation and Reason : The Impact of Science on a Culture of Fear; 
  5. Atomic Energy Insights;
  6. Unclear 2 Nuclear;
  7. The Radiation Information Network; (Idaho State University)
  8. Radiation Hormesis (Using Low Dose Radiation to Heal the Body);
  9. Rod Adams discusses energy issues;
  10. Nuclear Street nuclear power portal;
  11. Energy's Final Frontier transition from fossil to nuclear;
  12. Radiation Risks; IEM : Consulting Services (radiation and radioactivity)
  13. ALSOS Digital Library for Nuclear Issues; Washington and Lee University;
  14.; provides a collection of resources on global warming causes, effects and preventive measures for global warming. The "100 ways to save the earth" is quite good;
  15. The Library; a website dedicated to the current nuclear energy debate for Singapore. Information from "both sides" is given neutral listings;
  16. MIT NSE Nuclear Information Hub; Http:// ; Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
  17. Nighthawk Minerals; Natural healing with natural radiation;
  18. After Fukushima : The Fear Factor; a documentary created by Worldbytes, a unique online Citizen TV channel set up and run by the education charity WORLDwrite;
  19. Hormesis: historical perspective;;
  20. Health Effects of Low Doses of ionizing Radiation; On-going research findings in radiation hormesis, radioadaptive response and "radiophobia" (fear of radiation);
  21. Fuel Cycle Week; OK. It seems like an industry pub at first glance. But, it is definately outside the box, and the managing editor is a "reformed" anti-nuke...really...;
  22. Atomic Power Review; A fellow free-thinking nuke blogger with occasional Fukushima updates. nuclear energy news, insight and analysis.
  23. Idaho Samizat : Nuke Notes; An independent, non-industry blog. Political and economic news about nuclear energy and nonproliferation issues.
  24. RADSAFE; an international program for sharing ideas among health physics professionals.
  25. Sciencewonk; the official blog page of the American Federation os Science;
  26. AREVA North America: Next Energy Blog; The French company's North American information site;
  27. Brave New Climate : a progressive site advocating nuclear as well as other viable non-polluting sources of energy production;
  28. Depleted Cranium; a very serious and informed blog on reactor Plutonium and why it can't be used for weapons; Bad Science Blog;
  29. The Library; Part of Going Nuclear, a guide for creating letters to politicians and local officials. This page has some valuable links to use as references (as well as this site);
  30. The Neutron Economy; The economics, politics, and technology of the nuclear fuel cycle;
  31. Japan Probe; a blog-based reservoir of information, entertainment, and news about Japan;
  32. Things worse than nuclear; a well-written and reputable blog page by two MIT engineers;
  33. NucNet; NucNet is an independent global news and information network for the international nuclear community.
  34. Scientists for Accurate Radiation Information; an international group of scientists, medical professionals, and other radiation experts dedicated to eliminating false assumptions used to set radiation standards.
  35. Fukushima InFORM; A collaborative radiation monitoring network to determine and communicate environmental risks for Canada’s Pacific and Arctic Oceans from the Fukushima-Daiichi nuclear accident.
  36. How Radioactive is Our Ocean?; Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute's investigation and results concerning the impact of Fukushima on the Pacific Ocean.