Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

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The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists is the premier public resource on scientific and technological developments that impact global security. Founded by Manhattan Project Scientists, the Bulletin's iconic "Doomsday Clock" stimulates solutions for a safer world.
  

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Contents

Making Warheads
2
United States Dept. of Energy, Nuclear weapons (Manufacture)
Six Minutes to Midnight
3
Bulletin of the atomic scientists, Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty (1987), Nuclear warfare (Prevention), Doomsday Clock
Reagan's Arms Control Record
4
Ronald Reagan (American president.); 1911-2004, Anti-nuclear movement, Disarmament
The Nuclear Fallacy
6
Nuclear warfare, United States (Military policy)
U.S. Nuclear Weapons Production: an Overview
12
Nuclear weapons (Manufacture)
Laying Waste to the Environment
31
Nuclear reactors (Environmental aspects), Radioactive waste disposal (Laws and regulations)
Energy Department's "good Neighbor" Policy
35
Nuclear reactors (Safety measures, Environmental aspects)
The Costs of Cleaning Up
36
Radioactive waste disposal (Economic aspects)
A Little Tritium Goes a Long Way
39
Tritium
A Case for Producing Nuclear Material
43

A Military Nuclear Fuel Cycle Primer
15
Reactor fuel reprocessing
Hanford's Bitter Legacy
17
Hanford Nuclear Reservation (Wash.), Radioactive pollution (Pacific Northwest), Radioactive waste disposal (Washington (State))
Savannah Reactors: on Line and in Trouble
24
Nuclear reactors (Safety measures), Nuclear weapons (Manufacture), Savannah River site (S.C.)
The People Vs. the Complex
29
Hanford Education Action League, Energy Research Foundation

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