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Sunday, October 2, 2016
Science still alive and well at LANL
I believe science is still alive at LANL but running under the radar. I do agree since the end of nuclear testing there has been a migration away from an absolute need for a deterrent. I also believe this is a long term mistake. Webster as director would be interesting. He seems genuine enough. I can't speak for his management ability but sometimes I find that particular ability to be overrated. Know he mission, support the mission. That should be the basis for truth telling.
Posted by scooby at 5:02 AM
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