Los Alamos

  1. a town in north central New Mexico; in 1942 it was chosen as a nuclear research site where the first atomic bombs were produced
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  • A novel of big ideas, the book's whirlwind plot is set between Berlin, Boston, Los Alamos and Auschwitz, and takes in neo-Nazis, a physics professor who returns to Potsdam to atone for his sins, an Italian postdoctorate who designs an experiment that will determine the fate of the universe, and a Holocaust survivor who tells his tale to the willing ear of a young psychologist. Omega minor and war protest
  • I've read the Los Alamos reports, but I'd like to know if, since then anyone has said the thorium is more concentrated than being a constituent of KREEP overturned at basin rim structures. Dennis Wingo - Why Space? Why Now? - NASA Watch
  • The machine that is going into Los Alamos is to be nicknamed Cielo, presumably because the sky is the limit but also because the US National Nuclear Security Administration is frustrated by current performance ceilings as it manages the country's arsenal of 6,000 nuclear weapons. The Register
  • Now, you will be given a fact sheet on the stockpile stewardship program that explains this in more detail, including the supercomputer facility that the President will see at Los Alamos, which is part of our accelerated strategic computational initiative -- also called ASCI -- which will provide the computers and weapons simulations for making critical decisions about the safety and reliability of the weapons stockpile. Press Briefing By Robert Bell Of The Nsc
  • Grew up mostly in northern New Mexico in a little mountain town called Los Alamos, home of the Los Alamos national lab and the birthplace of the atomic bomb. PdF Chat Time with Adam Conner
  • The front-end team led by Gough is responsible for delivering a beam of 2.5 million electron-volt negative hydrogen ions to a half-kilometer-long linac to be built by Los Alamos National Laboratory.
  • Far more entertaining would be a tie-in with Los Alamos, and the Metallurgist Chef explaining the culinary wonders of the actinoid series, and why the Oppenheimer Diet is going to be the next big thing in weight loss. Althouse on the road.
  • Several nights before I took my Ph.D. from Los Alamos University, I bumped into the Dean of Sciences bending patched elbows at a flyblown bar.
  • Like Los Alamos, it was cradled by mountains and hastily built in order to win a war from an odd angle.
  • He began his career in the U.S. by urging his friend Albert Einstein to push FDR for a crash program the Manhattan Project to prevent the Germans from getting it first, then became a key figure at Los Alamos in devising the first atomic bombs, and then in the 1950s became an antinuclear activist, another penitent trying to shut the gates of hell he had opened. How the End Begins
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