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United States Atomic Energy Commission
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The United States Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) was an agency of the United States government established after World War II by Congress to foster and control the peace time development of atomic science and technology.

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An increasing number of critics during the 1960s charged that the AEC's regulations were insufficiently rigorous in several important areas, including radiation protection standards, nuclear reactor safety, plant siting, and environmental protection. By 1974, the AEC's regulatory programs had come under such strong attack that Congress decided to abolish the agency. The agency was abolished by the Energy Reorganization Act of 1974, which assigned its functions to two new agencies: the Energy Research and Development Administration and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission

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Gordon Evans Dean American lawyer and prosecutor who served as chairman of the US Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) from 1950 to 1953.

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As Cold War tensions heightened and the Korean War raged on, Dean led a massive industrialization of the United States nuclear facilities.

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The hydrogen bomb, a nuclear weapon of massive and unprecedented force, was perfected during his tenure as Chairman with the detonation of the Ivy Mike hydrogen bomb, based on Edward Teller's design in October 1952.

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On leaving government service, Dean joined investment bankers Lehman Brothers. He became an executive of General Dynamics in 1955.

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From 1954, Dean chaired a Council on Foreign Relations study group on nuclear weapons and U.S. foreign policy. Members of the group included Paul Nitze, Robert Bowie, David Rockefeller, and Lieutenant General James M. Gavin. Henry Kissinger joined as study group director in 1955.

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Dean would also join the International Security Objectives and Strategy panel of the Rockefeller Brothers' Special Studies Project in 1956.

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Dean was killed in a commercial aviation accident on August 15, 1958

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Operation Argus
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Shot "Argus I" of Operation Argus, on 27 August 1958, was the first detonation of a nuclear weapon in outer space when a 1.7-kiloton warhead was detonated at 200 kilometers' altitude during a series of high altitude nuclear explosions.

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Of particular note among the missing documents were the film records (which recorded radiation levels during the Argus tests

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Christofilos effect, which argued that high-altitude nuclear detonations would create a radiation belt in the extreme upper regions of the Earth's atmosphere.

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Such radiation belts were viewed as having possible tactical use in war.

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Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
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The Lab’s work in global security aims to reduce and mitigate the dangers posed by the spread or use of weapons of mass destruction and by threats to energy and environmental security.

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Trinity (nuclear test)
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Trinity was the code name of the first detonation of a nuclear device.

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The weapon's informal nickname was "The Gadget".

The Trinity explosion, 0.016 seconds after detonation. The fireball is about 600 feet (200 m) wide.
The black specks silhouetted along the horizon are trees.
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The nuclear industry and Fukushima: A giant nail in the coffin of humanity
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To understand the dynamics of information and how it has been controlled, you would have to look at companies like General Electric and Westinghouse, who not only build nuclear reactors, but own major news outlets and, of course, are buddy-buddy with the Obama Administration.

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List of boiling water reactors
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_boiling_water_reactors

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Have we been fooled, OR WHAT?

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We are being held captive by Captors and our own minds....

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