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Monday, May 26, 2014

Approaching anniversary!!!

In a few short weeks it will be ONE YEAR since plutonium operations were halted at LANL. Maybe they can sort out the crit. safety issues and get back to work soon. Or not.


Anonymous said...

Big deal, the 1-year shutdown of PF-4 pales in comparison to the LANL Weapons Engineering Tritium Facility (WETF) which has been shutdown for at least 4-years. Another LANS failure they keep under the Bechtel dirty rug.

Anonymous said...

May 28, 2014 at 3:01 PM

You obviously have no clue about the ongoing plans for the US nuclear weapons stockpile.

Anonymous said...

Nor do you, NNSA, DOE,DOD, Congress, or POTUS!

Anonymous said...

Well you might read the stockpile planning documents to get educated, if you cared about facts.

Anonymous said...

There must have been a secret NNSA plan to ramp down lots of programs .... By putting Macmillan in charge... That's the way to do it. Put a modeller in charge of operations and experiments and the smart ones will flee in droves.

Anonymous said...

The bottom-line is that Brad Meyer (Grand Poupah for GTS) has stated in public that he does not need the Weapons Engineering Facility (WETF) any longer. So who needs it if he doesn't?

Anonymous said...

No one needs the WETF. Except for some semi-urgent problems a decade ago, no one ever did.

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