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From Romance to Realism

Driving through the bucolic valleys of the Central Coast, the fields and vineyards whizzing by inspire a certain peacefulness. They’re beautiful, romantic. They’re the setting for a million sonnets… 423 more words

Well maybe not so great. But okay

Those of you who know me surely think of me as lovable and easy going. Always trying to please. Just a kind humble soul. Right? 280 more words


On the Difference Between 'Technical' and 'Tactical' Spies

In a recent piece for the New York Review of BooksFreeman Dyson reviewed Half-Life, a biography of Bruno Pontecorvo, a brilliant nuclear physicist and possible spy.  510 more words


New Mexico: Los Alamos

On my last day in New Mexico I had a late flight. I had to check out of my casita and had a few hours to kill so I went to two more places that were on my list of places to go: Bandalier National Park and Los Alamos. 590 more words


Book Review - Immunity

What if those experiencing the end times in the Apocalypse Weird stories could look at why it was happening? What if they were able to take a look at it all from a purely scientific basis and figure out what exactly was going on, and better yet – where it all originated? 234 more words

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Back to the Beginning

Until 1942, Los Alamos existed as a typical tiny, northern New Mexican town. On December 1 of that year, however, FDR’s Secretary of War, Henry L. 580 more words

Atomic Tourism

108 Archived articles on Radiation Hazards and Nuclear disasters worldwide.

There is also over 3,000 Fracking locations & environmental hazards in addition to radiation hazards worldwide on this free interactive map app with links below for both android & iOS… 769 more words