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Monthly Archives: March 2012
Los Alamos VSP, CMRR and Nuclear Weapons Programs Los Alamos National Laboratory management’s next steps will define further Los Alamos’ technical role in the future of nuclear weapons. The Laboratory announced its Voluntary Separation Program (VSP) numbers this week and … Continue reading
When I read this article last week, I was reminded of something I wrote long ago in response to Graham Allison’s vaporings.
Nuclear security: what does it mean? Is it security against nuclear attacks? Security of nuclear materials? Nuclear power for secure supplies of electricity?
Last Friday marked the last day of the VSP and now Lab management will see who has chosen to leave and how it will impact the Lab, NNSA and the national mission. Rumor has it over 500 people have taken … Continue reading
A wide range of opinion has been offered up on what a deal with Iran might look like. Additionally, there has been a plethora of accusations and threats that confuse the issues. And there are things left unspoken that are … Continue reading
New color movies of Los Alamos during the Manhattan Project have surfaced. Much of the film is of scientists picnicking and attending a wedding. But the first few minutes illuminate a bit of the technical history of the atomic bomb.
The bilateral talks between North Korea and the United States began just last week. And now there is a result: North Korea will suspend missile tests and much of its nuclear work and will allow IAEA inspectors to return, and … Continue reading
Want to know what President Barack Obama will say to Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu when they meet Monday? Obama tells us in his interview with Jeffrey Goldberg.