Angels Apocalypse Guide to Nuclear Weapons
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If we fight a war and win it with H-bombs, what history will remember is not the ideals we were fighting for but the methods we used to accomplish them. These methods will be compared to the warfare of Genghis Khan, who ruthlessly killed every last inhabitant of Persia.
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A "sister site" relationship has been established with
Gregory Walker's . Greg and I are actively collaborating to provide the broadest variety of nuclear weapon information, in the most convenient form that we can. The two sites each have a different focus. The Nuclear Weapon Archive provides current information, technical data, and informative write-ups. The Trinity Site focuses on historical information, especially reproductions of public domain documents. Trinity Site
Links to Important Information Sites.
Maintaining links to web resources is a challenge. The links listed here all work as of the beginning of 2020.
The Department of Energy home page is an excellent place to start. Several pages of excellent links to other DOE information sites are accessible from here.
U.S. Department of Energy Office of Scientific and Technical Information. Excellent link for accessing millions of pages of on-line information. Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory has shut down its library search portal and LLNL reports can be found here.
Government Accounting Office Report Page. A valuable resource. Go to GAO Access Search Page, use keyword search (like "nuclear"). Many FY 95 and later reports are available online
Complete Archive Site for the late lamented U.S. Office of Technolgy Assessment (OTA). Hosted by Princeton Univ.
Federation of American Scientists: Nuclear resources Lots of stuff here, browse around.
Stephen Schwartz's list of U.S. Nuclear Weapons Facilities
Brookings Institute Nuclear Weapons Cost Study Home Page
Gregory Walker's Trinity Site
The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, this site now hosts the text of many valuable articles, with on-line search capability.
Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC)
James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS) at the Monterey Institute of International Studies (MIIS). Excellent repository of on-line materials
British American Security Information Council (BASIC). An independent research organization that analyzes government policies.
Project On Government Oversight (POGO): Center for Defense Information (CDI) An independent military policy research and analysis organization, has many on-line resources.
Medical Management of Radiological Casualties Good resource on biological and chemical weapons.
FM 8-9: Nato Handbook on the Medical Aspects of NBC Defensive Operations
Plutonium: The First Fifty Years from the US DOE
. Version RDD-7. Lots of interesting bits of information about nuclear weapons. Drawing Back the Curtain of Secrecy: Restricted Data Declassification Decisions, 1946 to the Present (January 1, 2001)
T-2 Nuclear Information Service. Located at Los Alamos, this is the site to go to first for nuclear physics data.
Nuclear Data Center of the Japan Atomic Energy Research Institute (JAERI). This is an excellent source of nuclear physics data also.
Archived Greenpeace Report on dual capable technology (check out Figs 4, 5, 6 and 7)
Sandia Lab News
Nevada National Security Site
United States Nuclear Tests: July 1945 through September 1992 (Rev 16, September 2015)
CIA Freedom of Information Act Electronic Reading Room hosts downloadable declassified documents.
Places to visit
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