Times Pick by the Los Angeles Times|
Award for India-Pakistan Nuclear Central|
They wrote: "We believe that your site is of real value to
the people who use our site, and we believe many of them will want to see what
you have to offer."
StudyWeb Excellence Award|
NCI web site has been selected as one of|
the Net's finest informative and is included
in StudyWeb's listing of educational links
Political Site of the Day|
Thanks to Public Television for recognizing our web site:
"masterfully done...entices...persuasive and intelligent arguments."
Frontline's full blurb:|
"Animation on the first page morphs a nuclear power plant into a mushroom
cloud. The NCI is an anti-proliferation group formed by scholars. Even if the
fear of nuclear proliferation doesn't entertain you, this award-winning site
will. It's chock-full of dancing buttons and nifty animation. It entices you to
read and has persuasive and intelligent arguments. However, the debate over
reprocessing and whether it really increases risk of spreading plutonium and
proliferation is still ongoing.
For animated scenes of a house being demolished by a nuclear explosion, go under Graphics
and click on the black button at the bottom of the page that says Plutonium on the Internet.
The site is so masterfully done, you'll believe almost anything it says and after a
few minutes it may be impossible to see any distinction between nuclear power
plants and nuclear weapons."
Thanks to USA Today for their finest "USA Today Hot Site" Award.
The Nuclear Control Institute makes fine use of the
Web's interactive capabilities: A clickable, animated
map of nuclear power plants reportedly interested in
using plutonium from surplus weapons for reactor fuel.
How close is one of them to you?
Thanks to NetGuide for giving us their precious Gold Award.
This nuclear watchdog and advocacy group aims to
enhance the understanding of the nuclear threat, which
it says is compounded by the passing of materials into
the hands of civilians. NCI clearly outlines key
problems of nuclear proliferation--weapons getting into
the hands of unstable countries, meltdown, etc.--at its
site. The latest news releases and compelling campaign
issues might turn you into a friend of this organization.
Thanks to Microsoft Network (MSN Pick of the Day), Pointcom
(Top 5% of all web sites), USA Today (Hot Site), New Scientist
(Planet Science Site of the Day), InterNIC (Scout Report Selection),
Connell Communications (I-Way Best 500 sites of WWW)
Thanks to "Furball the Great / Content is King"
service for giving us a special award!
You can find us under World Peace section.
We are glad we've received:
"Quiet Revolution 5-Star Award".
Our thanks to all others for recognizing our web site!
We welcome your
comments on its design and contents.