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2013
December 2013
13
Visions
Should films of nuclear detonations be put in art galleries?
June 2013
 7
Meditations
A new tool for journalists who need to spice up their stories with Hiroshima references.
March 2013
 8
Meditations | Redactions
Where do historians stand, in the 2010s, about the decision to use the atomic bomb? A report from a recent workshop.
February 2013
19
Meditations
Why I get annoyed when we talk about meteors, earthquakes, and tsunamis in terms of megatonnage.
January 2013
 4
Meditations
Herman Kahn on the relationship between price and control, and what it might mean for the biological revolution underway.
2012
December 2012
28A "Restricted Data" stamp from the papers of the Joint Committee on Atomic Energy. Sort of a non-sequitur.
Redactions
A list of scholarship published on nuclear history for the year of 2012.
21
Meditations
Children and existential fear, from the high Cold War to Stockton, California, from Stockton to Newtown, Connecticut.
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Meditations | News and Notes
Are we closer to Doomsday than we were last year? Plus, some pretty things to distract you from all that gloomy thinking.
August 2012
24
Visions
In 1945, Tinian was the hub of the Pacific Front. Today, it's a nearly-empty tropical paradise. For now, anyway.
17
Visions
When "atomic" beat "nuclear," and when we stopped defining our age by our reactors.
 3Chernobyl ARAC simulation, day 10
Visions
Nearly seven decades into the nuclear age, there's a little bit of fallout in everyone.
July 2012
 6
Visions
A new comic book series imagines the Manhattan Project as a sci-fi odyssey.
May 2012
11
Visions
How does one make visual sense out of the size of the nuclear stockpile?
 7
Meditations
The National Archives has lost over a thousand boxes containing classified information. Where'd they likely go?
March 2012
16
Visions
One of the really noticeable difference between the Boston and DC areas are the advertisements on their public transportation systems.
12
Meditations
There's been a lot of talk about the Fukushima accident being an example of nuclear secrecy. But it's really about regulatory capture.
January 2012
16
Meditations
Reflections on the use of assassination as a means of counter-proliferation, with insights from the history and sociology of science.
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Meditations
Live-blogging from the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists' 2012 "Doomsday Clock Symposium." The outlook is... doomy.
2011
December 2011
21
Meditations
Initial thoughts on the H5N1 censorship debate.
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