We invite you to explore the Nuclear Energy Exhibits to discover people, places and the historical timeline which led to the development of nuclear energy around the world.
The Go Nuclear website is unique and differentiates itself from other pro-nuclear websites in several ways:
- Professional experts in nuclear energy, radioisotopes, and radiation contributed documents, PowerPoint Presentations and videos for the educational benefit of students, parents, professionals in all fields, and leaders in government and the private sector.
- We work closely with Advocates - supporters of nuclear energy who do not have a formal education or a degree in nuclear energy, nuclear science or nuclear medicine, yet who wish to share their thoughts and ideas with a global audience to make a better world.
- Our target audience is the global arena. To help us reach all corners of the globe, we have connections with over 4,200 professionals in nuclear energy, nuclear medicine and related fields in 111 countries.
We proudly present the Go Nuclear website like a museum. You will find a collection of artifacts in the form of written documents, PowerPoint Presentations and videos. These are available for viewing under the four "wings" of the museum: ENERGY TODAY, ENERGY TOMORROW, RADIOISOTOPES, and RADIATION. Every item is associated with one of four regions of the world: AFRICA AND MIDDLE EAST, AMERICAS, ASIA and EUROPE AND RUSSIA. Just like in a museum, this website contains EXHIBITS, located in each of the main topic areas, designed to make a collection of artifacts more interesting to the general public. At the initial opening of the website in early 2015, the website will present artifacts in our collection. The EXHIBITS will be added in the near future.
The photos and drawings in each document represent a very positive view of the world. We believe this is what the world would look like if mankind worked together in the interest of future generations. Many of these photos are by John and Ford Shanahan from their travels around the world. Among other credited contributors, artist Leonid Afremov, www.afremov.com, has also generously provided images of his paintings of nature, urban life and people, which send a message only a painting can about the wonders of life on Earth.
The website also depicts the juxtaposition of these hopeful images with the reality of the way life is for so many people and the way nature and the environment exist under mankind's actions and neglect. This darker side is what motivates Go Nuclear’s dissemination of knowledge in order to improve and protect our planet through plentiful nuclear energy, products from man-made radioisotopes and the greater understanding of low-dose radiation.
Go Nuclear wants a peaceful world; one in which prosperity is more equally shared, and biodiversity, wildlife and wildlife habitats flourish. We strive to change the terrible reality for mankind and for nature that exists in so many places.
We thank you for your visit and hope that you will come back often.
Go Nuclear Global Director of Communications, Tynlee Roberts, Oslo, Norway.