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  1. Doug, put all that info in the PDF up in html too — it is hard for online readers to look at and spread it, and hard for search engines to find it when it is in a PDF!

    Posted by Gus | August 22, 2011, 4:10 pm
  2. Hi, I spotted your Talknukes project a few minutes ago. Am part of a statewide network that met in early August to call for closure of reactors. We you at the San Mateo conference or part of folks calling for closure of SONGS?

    abalone@energy-net.org

    Am attempting to build a statewide twitter network via #nukefreecal

    You are pretty close to a deadline for your funding. I’m not sure if the network can get you over the top. Too bad I didn’t spot this sooner.

    Posted by AA Clearinghouse (@AAClearinghouse) | September 11, 2011, 1:40 am
  3. so glad you made your funding goal and I’m writing this in hopes to be in touch with your wonderful-sounding project. We can help each other. I’m helping organize a peacewalk to educate communities about the nuclear plants. see http://www.CAnuclearwalk.com. this year we’re walking from Diablo Canyon to the Bay area (but next year maybe in your area). People from Japan will be involved including Buddhist monks and nuns. I know they will be interested in what you are doing and I hope you can maybe come up to join us at some point and help us with your bicycle! We’ll start out near San Luis Obispo on Oct 22 and walk north til Nov 6. The first few days, we’ll still be within 50 miles of Diablo.

    plus I have just been on retreat at Deerpark Monastery in the hills behind Escondido (within a 20 mile radius of SONGS). I bet they’d be interested too.

    Posted by Louise Dunlap | September 13, 2011, 8:07 pm

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