Monthly Archives: October 2013

NRC Furloughed During Shutdown

From the Nuclear Regulatory Commission Website (www.nrc.gov): Due to the lapse in government funding, the NRC’s website was last updated on October 9, 2013, and will not be updated until further notice. Normal business activities (including public meetings) are suspended. … Continue reading

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Los Alamos, the Nuclear City on The Hill

In the northern part of the state of New Mexico there is the city of Los Alamos, birthplace of the atomic bomb and a place that makes up a significant part of the military colonization in the state. What makes … Continue reading

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Starfire Laser Weapon Facility at Kirtland

This article from the New York Times gives information about the Starfire Optical Range at Kirtland Air Force Base in Albuquerque. Originally a government observatory it has been revealed recently that it has been used as a laser weapon facility. … Continue reading

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Thoughts On The Green Party and Electoral Politics

I’m going a little off track now from my normal topics and going to discuss my random thoughts on electoral politics. The idea popped into my head after reading another blog where the participants discussed these issues, and it made … Continue reading

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