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Sunday, July 24, 2011

Site update for regular readers

Site note: Your author has just finished taking a brief time off, after the release (officially, that is) that TEPCO has completed the first phase of the recovery at Fukushima Daiichi.

During this time, I was able to get a very brief vacation - but have also received and begun cataloguing SIX CASES of historical and technical information for the APRA Technical Library which were received from a former Westinghouse, and later Sylvania-Corning Nuclear employee. This material will be used in the next phase of this blog's operation, which will combine the continued updates on Fukushima Daiichi that our readers have come to expect and further material, such as seen on the blog prior to the Fukushima Daiichi accident as well as new material to give readers some background on the history of nuclear energy in this country.

Factual information on the history of nuclear energy in this country is seriously lacking in print and on the net in any accessible, easy-to-understand manner. We will fill that gap - in line with the original premise for the development of this blog. I also intend for many more educational videos to be created and posted.

I would like to thank all my regular and new readers for their readership and commentary. With this, we'll get back to the usual business... tomorrow, a complete update on NUCLEAR ENERGY IN JAPAN.

8:15 PM Eastern Sunday July 24, 2011

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