When we talk about climate change, we know that 97% of climate scientists agree we need to act. When we converse about biological evolution, we acknowledge that 100% of geologists know that biological evolution has been acting for 4 billion years. When we discuss medical science, we understand that 99% of physicians agree that everyone needs to be vaccinated. But whenever nuclear energy is discussed on TV or in the news, the nuclear science community is never referenced, in fact, there rarely is a real nuclear scientist present. Why? Last week the Presidents of 39 scientific and international societies, representing 50,000 members from 36 countries, signed a pro-nuclear declaration for addressing climate change. And no one in the media cared.