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Thursday, April 10, 2014

Women in America's nuclear history

Lovely Umayam has a terrific essay that asks us to remember and honor the women in America's nuclear history. 
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Anonymous said...

Yet another content-free article. I used to like "The Bulletin," for it's well-thought artcles (even when I disagreed with them). But it has been diluted by worn-out pieces that offer nothing new, like this one. It's simply a reprocessing of what we've all heard before. Not worth the time to read.

Anonymous said...

Not worth the time to read.

But apparently worth the time to rant about.

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