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Sunday, October 2, 2016
Think about it
To challenge the premise, Has the level of science and weapons engineering quality decreased at LANL? (Topic for discussion). I see all of the problems on the operations side but I would venture a guess they have always been there but are now all over the news. This does not necessarily mean science is not strong at LANL. Not to be too provoking to the previous posters but aren't Anastasio and McMillan PhD scientists? Would we have been better off with Alan Bishop or Bob Webster (no ill will toward either)? Lastly, how does this correlate, if at all, with the halt of nuclear testing or the birth of the NNSA?
Posted by scooby at 4:56 AM
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