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Memo asks scientists at UC labs to explore new types of nuclear weapons By Ian Hoffman, December 11, 2003, Oakland Tribune A new era of nuclear weapons Bush's buildup begins ... End, U.S. president asks weapons scientists for `readiness review' of the Nevada desert site. Is the Bush Administration preparing to break out of the nuclear weapons testing moratorium? by Preston J. Truman ...
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Weapons scientists at Lawrence Livermore and Sandia labs in California were halted last year from testing a ... a last-resort threat to the hardened underground hideaways of foreign adversaries and their weaponry. Scientists believe they've designed the world's most rugged weapon of mass destruction, capable of ...
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Doubts cast on need for new nukes / Study finds plutonium may last twice as long as expected
Congress and conducted by scientists at the Los Alamos and Lawrence Livermore national weapons laboratories, is scheduled for release in the next few weeks. Scientists and government officials familiar with ... stated that most weapons, and especially the plutonium used in them, have been found to be almost pristine many years after they had been produced. Two weapons scientists, Joseph Martz and ...
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Hydrogen
In fact, hydrogen is the simplest and most abundant element in the universe, most commonly ...
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NRDC: Nuclear Weapons, Waste & Energy
Justice U.S. Law & Policy Nuclear Weapons, Waste & Energy Smart Growth International Issues Green Enterprise Issues: Nuclear Weapons, Waste & Energy U.S. Nuclear Weapons in Europe NRDC's nuclear team pieced ... borders and ports fails to reliably detect highly enriched uranium entering the country say NRDC scientists in an April 2008 Scientific American article. New Nuclear Power Plants Are Not a ...
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Super Scientists - John Presper Eckert Jr.
Super Scientists - John Presper Eckert Jr. John Presper Eckert Jr. (1919-1995) Eckert, from Pennsylvania, worked with ... the war, ENIAC was used in top-secret projects such as the development of nuclear weapons. ENIAC was quite a bit larger than most modern computers, about 7 feet high and ...
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GeneWatch UK - Biological Weapons
Weapons Biological Weapons GeneWatch UK believes that it is only with increased awareness of the potential abuses of genetic technologies amongst both scientists and civil society that the development of biological weapons ...
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Ch. 1: The Dangers from Nuclear Weapons: Myths and Facts - Nuclear War Survival Skills
Non-propagandizing scientists recently havecalculated that the climatic and other environmental effects of ... and defended Thompson and Schneider in its lead editorial, "In Study of Nuclear Winter, Let Scientists Be Scientists." In a free country, truth will out - although sometimes too late to effectively ...
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Nuclear weapons
See also: war and the environment scientists responsibility science and understanding war and peace albert einstein joseph rotblat email this page to a friend 'Nuclear weapons are not comprehensible: neither you nor ... as he died. We are each too human to understand the killing power of nuclear weapons. Dr Nicholas Humphrey, Four Minutes to Midnight. The 1981 Bronowski Memorial Lecture NEXT P E ...
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Busywork for Nuclear Scientists - New York Times
Since the oldest weapons ... need the work to attract and train the best scientists. But the labs are already spending billions on ...
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