With a tip of the cap to Doug Roberts at the end of the year, this set of comments seems most appropriate once again. Read through them recalling that UC was about to loose the LANL contract and there were two teams bidding to win the follow-on effort. The UC led team and the UT lead team. Glance over the hand wringing that was concerning the pension, which AD and DL were going to stay or depart on the new contract, and is the mission science or is it weapons or is it both. It is playing out about the same once again, with one glaring change. Last time, each team was fully public, including each industrial partner and who was leading the effort as the DIR candidate. Why are the teams refusing this time to be public with all members?
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