I signed up for PACER (criminal records stuff, related to the so called 40,000 sealed indictments) and wanted to be listed as an organization, a news organization.
Also commented on some NRC documents on high burn up, as a News Organization.
A lot can be found "open source" but how often have I wanted to pick up the phone and call an organization, person, college and ask some relevant questions that are not readily open sourced, or that have just never been asked.
I'll cover similar topics as I have covered at Nukepro, which has expanded beyond just Fukushima and Radiation, there is less and less breaking news, and less interest.
Any thoughts or ideas?
I may start an LLC structure for the news entity.
It will likely be a little more polished than some of my rants at Nukepro
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