NS Book Reviews: A 2009 Compendium
- by Randy Brich -
Books provide access to information at a minimal investment. But, which book should the reader read? Interested readers may benefit from the following reviews of books I read this year. Merry Christmas!
NS Book Review: Terrestrial Energy: How Nuclear Power Will Lead the Green Revolution and End America’s Energy OdysseyTerrestrial Energy: How Nuclear Power Will Lead the Green Revolution and End America’s Energy Odyssey A Nuclear Street Book Review By Randy Brich An engaging, engrossing, enlightening and entertaining journey down energy lane -- Terrestrial Energy: How Nuclear Power Will Lead the Green Revolution and End America’s Energy ...
NS Book Review: The Geopolitics of Energy: Achieving a Just and Sustainable Energy Distribution by 2040The Geopolitics of Energy: Achieving a Just and Sustainable Energy Distribution by 2040 A Nuclear Street Book Review By Randy Brich Geologists by profession but living and writing more like natural philosophers, Judith Wright and James Conca weave a masterful prediction of the future of energy into a short quick read. Primarily intended ...
About Randy BrichRandy graduated from South Dakota State University in 1978 with a M.S. in Biology. Following graduation he switched gears and began a lifelong study of ionizing radiation and its beneficial applications to humanity. During the course of his study he worked as a staff Health Physicist with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission specializing in the licensing and inspection of uranium recovery facilities. He transferred to the Department of Energy where he worked as a Health Physicist at the Nevada Operations Office and later to the Richland Operations Office specializing in environmental monitoring, dose reconstruction, worker protection, waste cleanup and systems biology.
Since then he has retired from the federal government and, after taking time out to build an energy efficient house near the Missouri River, has formed Diamond B Communications LLC. Diamond B Communications LLC uses a multimedia approach to explain complex energy resource issues to technical and non-technical audiences. He also guides for Dakota Bike Tours, the Relaxed Adventure Company, offering tours of the Badlands National Park, the Black Hills and Devils Tower National Monument.
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