|If not the trench, then the mountain|
Yucca Mountain isn't as indestructible as was the phoenix, but it's on its way. Sixteen years ago, I weighed in on this absurd debate. It was as hot and heavy then ...
|Wasteland: the 50-year battle to entomb our toxic nuclear remains|
In the desert and in Washington DC, a war still rages to find the one place in America that no one cares about.
|Wasteland: The nuclear graveyard under New Mexico|
For the last half-century, scientists and politicians have struggled to create a viable solution for permanent waste disposal at Yucca Mountain, located 90 miles ...
Washington Post (blog) - Jun 13, 2012
The nation's nuclear waste is piling up. The proposed storage site at Nevada's Yucca Mountain has been nixed — possibly for good. And the problem is only growing more acute: On Friday, a DC federal appeals court ruled that the current strategy of ...
North County Times -
From Washington to Southern California, we are witnessing a dismaying erosion of scientific foundations for public policy when it comes to nuclear technology. Here at home, Encinitas became the latest city whose elected leaders have decided they are ...
The Verge -
By Matt Stroud on June 14, 2012 11:41 am 163Comments The Veteran's Memorial Highway veers through seemingly endless Nevada desert before it intersects State Route 373, just a short way from the Jackass Aeropark. At this crossroads 100 miles northwest ...
Friday, June 15, 2012
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