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Hiroshima-New Mexico podcast

The amazing people at Hatch Innovation recorded a podcast featuring the collaboration bringing together me as a poet and native of Los Alamos, NM–the place where the atomic bombs were made–with visual artist Yukiyo Kawano from Hiroshima and Butoh dancer Meshi Chavez from Albuquerque. 


“The Green Glass Sea” by Ellen Klages

I didn’t realise the book was set around the Manhattan Project until around the hundredth page. Actually, it is not really about the Manhattan Project but about a young girl, who is small for her age (10 to 12 as the story progresses) and who likes maths. 228 more words

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Declassified Photos of Fat Man and Little Boy

These photos and captions were copied and pasted from the web site AcidCow. I have not idea who to credit for posting them. The source link at the bottom of the page goes here; 408 more words

Los Alamos

A look at the pretties I've made, because you don't want to see what my house looks like right now.

The fair is this Saturday, and while I’ve printed all the essentials I’m now printing extras to make sure my display is well-rounded. We had a moment of panic when my printer started acting up, but it’s fixed now, all is well. 75 more words


A Walking Tour of Los Alamos

Drive up the mountain that leads to Los Alamos, New Mexico, and the first thing you will see upon entering the town is a sign that proudly states “Where Discoveries Are Made!” This small city in northern New Mexico played a pivotal role in the Manhattan Project, and continues to function as a critical component in nuclear weapons and scientific development. 814 more words

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New Mexico: Los Alamos County mandates Smart Meters

From the Los Alamos Monitor

No opt-out for Smart Meters
Advocating action > McLin advocates for class-action suit against DPU
By Arin McKenna
Sunday, July 31, 2016… 1,197 more words