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Field Testing the Physical Proof of Design Principles

By: Bob Campbell

Excerpt: For the past four decades, Los Alamos has performed full-scale nuclear tests as part of the Laboratory’s nuclear weapons program. The Trinity Test, the world’s first man-made nuclear explosion, occurred July 16, 1945, on a 100-foot tower at the White Sands Bombing Range, New Mexico. The actual shot location was about 55 miles northwest of Alamogordo, at the north end of the desert known as Jornada del Muerto which extends between the Rio Grande and the San Andres Mountains.

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Draft Agenda Ecl Package

By: John Joyce

Excerpt: Canadian Export Control List amendment // Canadian Export Permits Regulations amendment // Notice to Exporters // Agent of access to the bidding process for Canadian companies // I have also attached the package of Canadian amendments for discussion (19 pages). This is the latest amendment which was the result of our December and November discussions.

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National Science Foundation (Nsf) Cooperative Agreement (Ca-1) Gen...

Excerpt: Article 41. Suspension or Termination for Convenience: NSF reserves the right to suspend or to terminate the performance of work under this cooperative agreement, in whole or in part, whenever, for any reason, the NSF Grants and Agreements Officer shall determine that such suspension or termination is in the best interest of the Government. Such suspension or termination shall be subject to the conditions specified in paragraphs d. and e. of Article 25 of the Gr...

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A Vision of Hidden Worlds

By: Robert J. Kares

Excerpt: No human eye will ever see the inside of a nuclear weapon as it explodes. Many important processes in the physical world will never be seen directly by any human eye because they lie too far outside the narrow confines of human existence. However, using the computational power of the Advanced Simulation and Computing (ASCI) program, we have begun to create realistic three-dimensional (3-D) simulation worlds that can be used to study such processes, to bring them...

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Minutes of an Informal Meeting on Nuclear Rockets

By: Frederic de Hoffmann
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Dsca-Foreign Military Sales Detailed Deliveries for Fiscal Year 02

Excerpt: DSAA- Foreign Military Sales Detailed Deliveries For Fiscal Year 02...

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Dsaa- Foreign Military Sales Detailed Deliveries for Fiscal Year 2000

Excerpt: DSAA- Foreign Military Sales Detailed Deliveries For Fiscal Year 2000...

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Sale of U.S. Communications Equipment to Indonesia

By: Thomas M. Judd

Excerpt: Ambassador Dean said he had been instructed to convey to the Secretary the British Government's unhappiness about the U.S. decision to permit the sale of communications equipment for use by the Indonesian Army. The Ambassador said he understood the U.S. problem but the British were faced with the situation of trying to prevent other friendly countries from supplying military equipment to the Indonesians. The French were getting ready to sell three helicopters, u...

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Dac Guidelines on Conflict, Peace and Development Co-Operation

Preface: At the High Level Meeting of the Development Assistance Committee (DAC) on 3-4 May 1995, Development Co-operation Ministers and Heads of Aid Agencies focused on the growing demands, and opportunities, for development co-operation to contribute more pro-actively to conflict prevention and post-conflict rehabilitation and reconstruction. The Committee decided to launch a programme of work aimed at drawing out lessons of experience in the linkages between conflict,...

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Index of Subjects

Excerpt: Adams, John // Eliphalet Frazer Andrews, 2–5 Daniel Chester French, 6–9 // Agnew, Spiro T. // William F. Behrends, 10–11 // Aldrich, Nelson // Paul Peter Kiehart, 12–13 // Allison,William // Wilbur Aaron Reaser, 14–15 // America’s First Moon Landing, July 21, 1969 // Allyn Cox, 16–17 // Arthur, Chester A. Augustus Saint–Gaudens, 18–21 // Aysh–ke–bah–ke–ko–zhay,or Flat Mouth Francis Vincenti, 22–23 // Baker, Howard, Jr. // Herbert Elmer Abrams, 24–25 // Barkley, ...

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Microsurvef Llance of the Urban Battlefield

By: The Mitre Corporation

Excerpt: It is widely agreed that urban military operations demand greater situational awareness than now exists. Soldiers need mapping tools to tell them where they are, real time information on what's around the corner and behind walls as well as reliable data links to receive and send orders and intelligence. At the same time, commanders need accurate knowledge of what's happening in the city as a whole. Progress in micro-electronics and computing is so rapid that we ...

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Technical Data Cat VI

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1993 Spending Falls for U. S. Industrial R & D, Nonmanufacturing S...

By: Raymond M. Wolfe

Excerpt: The National Science Foundation’s latest Survey of Industrial Research and Development shows that firms spent $118. billion on research and development (R&D) in the United States during 1993, 1 percent less than during 1992. The 8-percent decline in Federal funding, from $24.7 billion to $22.8 billion, more than offset the 1-percent increase in R&D funding from company and other nonfederal sources, from $94. billion to $95.5 billion. Adjusted for inflation, fund...

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Spychips: Laying the Groundwork for Pervasive Consumer Surveillance

By: Katherine Albrecht

Excerpt: Three different databases // Database #1: Manufacturer’s “supply chain” database Poses no consumer privacy threat // Database #2: EPC global product info database Poses obvious consumer privacy threat // Database #3: Retailer’s POS purchase database Poses invisible consumer privacy threat...

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Critical Infrastructure Information Disclosure and Homeland Security

By: John D. Moteff

Excerpt: Leading up to the passage of the Homeland Security Act of 2002 (P.L. 107-296), a debate ensued regarding the exemption of critical infrastructure information from the Freedom of Information Act, 5 U.S.C. S 552. Both the House and Senate versions of the Homeland Security Act (H.R. 5005 and S. 2452, respectively) contained language exempting such information, but the two versions were significantly different. Final passage of the Act included the House language (s...

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The Medical Outcomes Study 36-Item Short-Form Health Survey

Excerpt: The Medical Outcomes Study 36-Item Short-Form Health Survey (MOS SF-36 Health Survey) is a measure of health status designed for use in clinical practice, research, health policy evaluations, and general population surveys. It includes eight scales that assess the following general health concepts: physical functioning, role limitations due to physical health problems (A role physical), bodily pain, general health perceptions, vitality, social functioning, role ...

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Personnel Security Program Manual

By: Francis S. Blake

Excerpt: Access Authorization Need Determination. A request for an access authorization will be submitted only after a determination has been made that the duties of the position require access to classified matter and/or special nuclear materials (SNM). Access authorizations must not be requested to alleviate individual or management responsibilities for properly protecting classified information or controlling dissemination of such classified information on a need-to-k...

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A National Estimate Presale Handgun Checks, 1997

By: Donald A. Manson

Excerpt: During 1997 about 2,574,000 background checks of potential handgun buyers prevented an estimated 69,000 purchases. The inquiries revealed purchasers ineligibility to buy a handgun under State or Federal laws, particularly the Brady Handgun Violence Prevention Act (Pub. L. No. 103-159, 107 Stat. 1536 (1993)), which became effective on February 28, 1994. Sixty-two percent of those rejected had been convicted of a felony or were under felony indictment.

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United States Senate Select Committee on Intelligence

By: John D. Rockefeller Iv

Excerpt: Thank you for the letter of July 30th concerning the public release of redacted portion from part four of the Report of the Joint Inquiry into the Terrorist Attacks of September 11 2001.

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We Are Writing in Response to Your Letter Dated June 14, 2002

By: William D. Delahunt

Excerpt: We are writing in response to your letter dated June 14,2002, to Director Robert S. Mueller, 111, concerning an electronic communication (EC) referencing FISA mistakes. About two years ago, we at the FBI uncovered a number of errors in the FISA process. After a painstaking review of the root causes of these errors, we found that the single most common problem was the distance (both literal and figurative) between the field agents running a case and the Courts, c...

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