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  • campaigns
    Legal Resources Nuclear Weapons More Technical Resources Nuclear Weapons Sites Nuclear Waste Citizen Inspection Life at the Labs Campaigns Videos b illboards more What You Can Do Archives Study Group Campaigns Calendar of events The Call for Nuclear Disarmament Call for Nuclear Disarmament brochure Nuclear waste The CAN Paign to End Nuclear Waste Disposal in Northern New Mexico Teach Ins Converging Climate Energy Economic Crises Part 1 pdf 5 9MB

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  • LASG billboards
    Videos b illboards more What You Can Do Archives Billboards and More updated 01 03 13 Billboards Archive of past Study Group billboards Bumper Stickers Study Group bumper stickers available for sale Ads Radio and Newspaper ads we have run Videos Nuclear Power In Terminal Decline But Still Very Dangerous and Distracting Greg Mello Los Alamos Study Group July 13 2011 presentation to the Council on International Relations CIR 41

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  • Ways you can help
    conflict norms one page pdf 20KB Gandhian conflict norms 23 pages pdf 1 4MB Ways you can help stop nuclear weapons production before it starts Help Stop the proposed Nuclear Facility at Los Alamos National Laboratory LANL Sep 28 2010 CONNECT There is little most of us can do to influence public policy if we work alone pdf 83KB Apr 2007 We have the freedom to prevent catastrophe if we accept it Host a visiting activis or intern in your home Students apply for an internship Host a small billboard at my home or business Host a Study Group speaker at my church organization or in my home Write letters to editors and recruit my friends to do the same Taking part in press events or in meetings with federal and elected officials Sponsoring print or radio ads Approaching local jurisdictions to support disarmament real security resolutions Supporting the Los Alamos Study Group and these programs financially Write open letters in the newspaper to your Representatives Write to your legislator Legislative contacts in the Albuquerque Santa Fe area Write letters to the editor How to write effective letters to the editor Contribute your time The work of the Study Group

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  • Bulletin 216: More on the budget; the mountain of misinformation, 11 Feb 2016
    no construction money for underground plutonium modules in this year s budget request Since these modules are not necessary for NNSA s current plutonium missions which is itself excessive to say the least this absence is without question a good thing Also as noted the budget request also stated that the mission need of the Chemistry and Metallurgy Research Replacement CMRR project was entirely satisfied by the four subprojects listed absent modules Given that there is still a legal requirement to build modules and a very recent Critical Decision CD 0 affirming mission need what gives Yesterday we got some answers First of all on Tuesday I missed this passage in NNSA s budget request The increase in plutonium sustainment operating funds 10 million from 175 M to 185 M funds equipment procurements needed to increase future pit production consistent with the FY 2015 NDAA National Defense Authorization Act and conceptual planning and design activities for the Plutonium Modular Approach PMA partially offset by a decrease resulting from a change in pension strategy printed p 115 DOE project management allows the use of operating funds for conceptual planning and design of construction projects see DOE Order 413 3B p 13 14 That appears to be what is happening Yesterday NNSA explained more in a press briefing We owe the following transcripts to the generosity of people at the Albuquerque Journal Acting Deputy Administrator for Defense Programs Brig Gen S L Davis Under the current capabilities we have in the projects we have going we re going to be able to do ten pits in 2024 20 pits in 2025 and 30 pits in 2026 To get to the 50 80 pits dictated by statute we d have to do additional construction In the current budget we have some money for design of a plutonium capability We re currently undergoing an analysis of alternatives to see if that would be in fact plutonium modules at Los Alamos or perhaps some other alternatives but at this point there is no money for funding of the major construction item to do that in the current budget Emphasis added General Frank Klotz Ret NNSA Administrator said this Overall the approach we re doing to make sure we have the capacity to do the plutonium operations writ large and that includes analytical chemistry experiments as well as surveillance and pit manufacture we are undergoing several projects basically to move things out of the old chemical and metallurgy facility CMR building by repurposing space in PF 4 and repurposing space in RLUOB the radiation laboratory We have some significant funding going to subprojects associated with that We do have money in the FY 17 budget about 6 million dollars of the plutonium sustainment fund which will be used for the development of the conceptual design for an analysis alternatives for the additional capacity we need at Los Alamos to do pit manufacturing In the out years we have put in 12 million per year for the

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  • Los Alamos Study Group's 25th Anniversary Year
    its 25th anniversary in May of 2014 We still have plenty of our anniversary mugs on sale for 10 if you pick them up at our office or 12 and we will ship them to you Just send us an

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  • Traces in the Dust
    compilation does not include our own publications or any listing of television radio or film productions All of these files are pdf and searchable 1992 Jan 1 Dec 31 4MB 1993 Jan 1 Dec 31 5MB 1994 Jan 1 Dec 31 6 3MB 1995 Jan 1 Jul 26 7 8MB Jul 27 Dec 31 7 3MB 1996 Jan 1 Dec 31 6 7MB 1997 Jan1 Jul 20 7 6MB Jul 21 Dec 31 6 4MB 1998 Jan 1 Apr 17 3MB Apr 18 Dec 31 5MB 1999 Jan 1 Aug 6 4 5MB Aug 6 Dec 31 6MB 2000 Jan 1 May 20 5 3MB May 20 Dec 31 9MB 2001 Jan 1 Jul 19 12 8MB Jul 20 Oct 10 11MB Oct 11 Dec 31 13 6MB 2002 Jan 1 May 17 9 2MB May 18 Dec 31 7 4MB 2003 Jan 1 Mar 27 9 3MB Mar 28 Dec 31 9 3MB 2004 Jan 1 Aug 1 5 3MB Aug 2 Dec 31 6 3MB 2005 Jan 1 Jun 30 9 4MB Jul 1 Dec 31 11MB 2006 Jan 1 Aug 30 5 3MB Sep 1 Dec 31 4 9MB 2007 Jan 1 May 31 5 8MB Jun

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  • Study Group Archive 2015
    of NPT article VI compliance pressenza May 16 2015 US Policies Belie Claims of Article VI Compliance NPT News in Review Mello May 14 2015 longer version Ban the Bomb Save the Planet a Perspective from within a Nuclear Armed State NPT News in Review Apr 27 2015 Bulletin 204 Nuclear weapons modernization assuring destruction forever Apr 24 2015 Assuring destruction forever Nuclear Weapons Modernization Reaching Critical Will Apr 2015 United States Mello Williams Mello Bulletin 203 NPT Review Conference circus begins Apr 24 2015 Bulletin 202 Earth Day tomorrow truth or consequences about oil which is politically central Apr 21 2015 Treat the state s lab addiction Albuquerque Journal Mello Mar 20 2015 Bulletin 201 Ban bomb save planet stewards of the apocalypse more Mar 8 2015 Stewards of the Apocalypse presentation by Greg Mello for the Helen Caldicott foundation Dynamics of Possible Nuclear Extinction Symposium Feb 28 2015 conference video indexed by speaker Bulletin 200 Warhead budget bloat U S caused Ukraine catastrophe at the brink hello peak oil Feb 8 2015 Bulletin 199 Back from Vienna and speaking tour new approach to bulletins Jan 24 2015 Briefing to Scottish Parliament Members on modernization of U S nuclear weapons some dangers and opportunities ahead and the value and promise of a ban treaty Jan 7 2015 Press Releases DOE Park Service to Create New National Park for Old Nuclear Weapons the Ones Dropped on Cities press release Nov 9 2015 Majority of Countries Slam Nuclear Deployments Decry Lack of Disarmament and Pledge to Support Negotiations toward a Treaty Banning Possession and Use of Nuclear Weapons press release Nov 6 2015 Majority of countries pledge to support negotiations towards a nuclear weapon ban treaty Pressenza Nov 7 2015 Pope Francis denounces nuclear deterrence and calls for prohibition of nuclear weapons press release Sep 25 2015 Los Alamos Supported Congressional Study Suggests Efficiency Improvements for Plutonium Warhead Pit Manufacturing press release May 18 2015 Nuclear Weapon Pit Production Options to Help Meet a Congressional Requirement Congressional Research Service May 15 2015 3 National Nuclear War Laboratories have run amok block disarmament should be shut down press release Mar 6 2015 Administration s nuclear warhead design production budget larger than Reagan and Bush again press release Feb 2 2015 News Media LANL Acknowledges Hazardous Waste Permit Noncompliance Weapons Complex Monitor Sep 12 2015 National Lab Reports Violations of Hazardous Waste Permit Associated Press Sep 5 2015 Lab Manager Settles Lobbying Claims With 4 8M Payment Associated Press Aug 24 2015 Trinity 70 yrs later Teri Schultz Deutsche Welle radio Aug 5 2015 Nuclear lab lets safety gaps languish for years The Center for Public Integrity Jul 22 2015 TRINITY 70 YEARS LATER Los Alamos will never be clean Santa Fe New Mexican Jul 13 2015 In first a woman will run U S nuclear weapons laboratory Science Mag azine Jun 23 2015 Report blasts oversight of nuke lab contractors Santa Fe New Mexican Jun 10 2015 73M in WIPP leak fines

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  • Study Group Archive 2014
    of funds requested signaling shifts and uncertainties as troubles mount LASG press release Jan 14 2014 New study of nuclear deterrent costs current plans to cost 1 trillion over 30 years therefore impossible LASG press release Jan 8 2014 News Media Tool thefts from lab hot zones raise concerns about security health risks Santa Fe New Mexican Dec 16 2014 Thefts raise security concerns at Los Alamos lab Associated Press Dec 17 2014 Our View WIPP accident shines light on operations Santa Fe New Mexican Dec 13 2014 Los Alamos director denies lab hid facts on leak Associated Press Nov 22 2014 Reader View WIPP story shows why newspapers matter Santa Fe New Mexican Nov 22 2014 DOE Launches Enforcement Investigation into Los Alamos TRU Waste Program Weapons Complex Monitor Nov 21 2014 LANL chief denies lab hid facts from WIPP Santa Fe New Mexican Nov 20 2014 National Security Kitty litter mix up at fed lab contributed to costly nuclear radiation leak report says FoxNews Nov 20 2014 Solving Nuclear Base Foul ups and National Laboratory Mismanagement the Easy Way Foreign Policy in Focus blog Nov 19 2014 Former nuclear waste inspector for LANL says corners were cut KOB TV Nov 16 2014 Missteps Secrets LANL officials downplayed waste s dangers even after WIPP leak Santa Fe New Mexican Nov 16 2014 Report blasts LANL s project oversight system Santa Fe New Mexican Nov 14 2014 NNSA Set to Decertify Los Alamos Earned Value Mgmt System Nuclear Security Deterrence Monitor Nov 14 2014 LANL chief s compensation tops 1 5M Albuquerque Journal Nov 13 2014 Los Alamos lab s safety lapses faulted for radioactive leak chemistryworld 7 Oct 2014 Report IDs weaknesses at nuclear weapons lab SFGate Associated Press Oct 1 2014 Federal report LANL violated environmental requirements Santa Fe New Mexican Oct 1 2014 Congress pushes nuclear expansion despite accidents at weapons lab theguardian Sep 29 2014 WIPP radiation leak leads to LANL shakeup Albuquerque Journal Sep 27 2014 Lab Energy Department revamp waste cleanup Santa Fe New Mexican Sep 27 2014 Gas buildup in waste drum prompts state order to Los Alamos IHS Energy Daily Sep 26 2014 Changes ordered at Los Alamos over nuke waste leak Washington Post Sep 26 2014 DOE EM to take over cleanup work at LANL Los Alamos Monitor Sep 26 2014 DOE Breaking Out Cleanup Work at Los Alamos LANL Cleanup Managers Relieved of Duties Nuclear Security Deterrence Monitor Sep 26 2014 Study Group to host forum tonight at Fuller Lodge Los Alamos Monitor Sep 23 2014 Our View Safety first Not always Santa Fe New Mexican Sep 13 2014 Federal study U S nuke labs unprepared for catastrophe Santa Fe New Mexican Sep 13 2014 Emergency Preparedness and Response Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety Board Recommendation 2014 1 Sep 3 2014 Henry A Giroux Remembering Hiroshima in an Age of Neoliberal Barbarism Sep 10 2014 UDALL Takes position to make impact for NM Albuquerque Journal Sep 7 2014 Flynn accuses feds

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