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SANTA FE – Laboratory nemesis Los Alamos Study Group opened a new series of public meetings this week with breakfast seminars at churches in Santa Fe and Albuquerque. Meeting at the United Church in Santa Fe, the group’s executive director Greg Mello said Thursday morning that the convergence of environmental, political and economic risks demands an extraordinary response.The theme of the seminars, which are planned weekly through the rest of the fall and winter, is “Dimensions of the Global Crisis: Responses and Renewal.”“Of course, we will emphasize nuclear policy, New Mexico, and we ourselves as actors and participants,” said Mello to a small group of people.The first week’s topic was, “Los Alamos in Crisis – the Decline and Fall of a Nuclear Weapons Laboratory.”“We are living in a catastrophe involving the environment of our planet,” he said. “This is a very unique and troubling historic moment that has possibilities of social, political and moral renewal.”Within the larger picture of global warming and widening wars over scarce resources and the local economic crisis involving the nuclear laboratories, he said, “We are in an emergency.
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