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A little known group of people have been meeting along with the
American Nuclear Society meetings since 1976

CNF the Christian Nuclear Fellowship is an informal, Interdenominational fellowship of Christians who work in the field of nuclear science and technology. "We are committed to encouraging one another in living out our faith day-by-day and in applying Christian principles in our private and professional lives". The CNF has been meeting regularly in conjunction with the summer and winter ANS (American Nuclear Society) meetings since CNF was formed in 1976.

We became aware of this group at their Reno meeting in 2006 and caught up with them again in Boston in 2007. So, below we have posted some photos along with comments about who they are and what they do. CLICK ON PHOTOS TO ENLARGE


Attendees chat about current
past and future CNF meetings


Good conversation, fellowship
and nuclear technology . . .
can you imagine?


Breakfast in Boston
fellowship and atoms!


L-R Nolan Hertel, Jim Hardeman, Ian Hutchinson
Vic Uotinen


2007 Boston CNF Guest Speaker
Ian H. Hutchinson, Gary Duarte, Director, US Nuclear Energy

The 2007 Summer CNF meeting in Boston, ASA member  Ian H. Hutchinson is professor of nuclear engineering at MIT and fellow of the American Physical Society and of the Institute of Physics. A graduate of King's College at the University of Cambridge England and of the Australian National University. His primary research interest is in the magnetic confinement of plasmas to enable fusion reactions.


 


CNF Reno 2006


Vic & friends are at the front of the room
in the back are the obscure representatives
like Dr. Alan Waltar!

 


Dr. Barlane Eichbaum
and I joined this group
during breakfast.


 Ronald Ballinger & Vic Uotinen


Breakfast was fine, most were on time!

 

 

 

 

 

Christian Nuclear Fellowship
73 Oakland Circle, Lynchburg, VA 24502
Vic Uotinen, Coordinator

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e-mail: vic@rivermont.org
 

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