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Fox News March 27, 2002

 

Mendenhall: Nothing like a bomb to make for troubled waters 

 

Coleen Rowley's Memo

 

Scuba Threat Article  CNN

  Savannah River site contractor faces fine
This story was published Tuesday, April 13th, 2004

al-Qaida's No. 2 Claims to Have Nukes Click Here
Mon Mar 22, 2004 9:04 AM ET

Suitcase Nukes

UK reveals nuclear bomb plans

Did the Feds blow it?


Proliferation Brief, Vol. 5, No. 10, May 30, 2002
The Sum of All Nuclear Fears

Hollywood Shakes Off Fear of Terror Images

Sum of all ticket sales lifts Clancy thriller to No. 1 debut, "Star Wars" in second.


March 18, 2002 Front Page Story & Photo 
Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Old bomb off Georgia coast raises fears in wake of 
Sept. 11

Published in the August 20, 2001 issue of In These Times
by Jeffrey St. Clair

THE
DIXIE ENQUIRER'S

GEORGIA MUD NUKE BOMB BECOMES STICKY ISSUE

The effect on the inhabitants of a city of the explosion of a nuclear bomb

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Lincoln Journal Star 01/13/00

No. 12, February 5, 1958/B-47 Savannah River, Georgia Milnet Article

Published on Tuesday, August 21, 2001 in The Times of London
by Edward Welsh

Nuclear Weapons Responsibility
Presentation by: Theodore B. Taylor, PhD, 20 April 1998, at Mickleton Monthly Meeting, Religious Society of Friends (Quakers)

Posted Aug 15 2001

Arguments Over Lost US Nuclear Bomb Wont Stay Buried
[Original headline: US admits losing nuke]

After nukes, nature thrives
Wildlife surviving near former bomb factories

 

 

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The Colonel and the Bomb

Can a forty-year-old lost Cold War relic be brought to life?
 by Bill Donahue
 
 

Knoxvillian still has ties to a Cold War military mystery

By Sam Venable, News-Sentinel columnist
April 4, 2002

 

Posted Aug 15 2001

Arguments Over Lost US Nuclear Bomb Wont Stay Buried
[Original headline: US admits losing nuke]

 

 

 

 

 

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