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To supplement the series on the MOX plant, here is a PowerPoint presentation from Shaw-AREVA . This is also available from the South Carolina Energy Office. Posts in the Nuclear Diner series: Where Do Nuclear Weapons Go To Die? Canning … Continue reading
This is only a short part of the recording of Mitt Romney’s remarks to a select group of wealthy donors. David Corn gets the central issue right: that it sounds like Romney doesn’t know the difference between a nuclear bomb … Continue reading
The CIA has declassified a retrospective report on what went wrong in its assessment of Saddam Hussein’s WMD capabilities. Even now, a great deal of the released document is classified and blanked out. It’s worth looking at to see if … Continue reading
No, I’m not going to argue that Iran has nuclear weapons. Deterrence goes beyond nuclear weapons, although the discussions of the Cold War seem to have inextricably combined the two words into “nuclear deterrence” and substituted the combined concept for … Continue reading
Also sort of incredible. The anonymous official is most likely (again) Ehud Barak, or possibly someone close to Barak or Binyamin Netanyhu. Here are the ransom demands:
Claims and counterclaims on Iran’s nuclear program continue. Here’s a sampling from Iran this week.
Don’t know where it came from… Memo From: MSM Editor To: Reporting Staff
Nuclear security: what does it mean? Is it security against nuclear attacks? Security of nuclear materials? Nuclear power for secure supplies of electricity?
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.