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Expert Judgment on Inadvertent Human Intrusion into the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant

For my first book of the new year (2012: The Homo Sapiens Swan SongĀ ), I read Joseph Masco’s labor of love, The Nuclear Borderlands. It’s an obsessively researched work of anthropology, cultural criticism, nuclear history, sociology, and eschatology. I was born during the final years of the Cold War, where nuclear paranoia was still a […]