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It was very revealing to listen to the recent debate between Rep. Ben Ray Lujan and Tom Mullins in terms of science and the future of institutions like LANL. People who depend on science and a stable government institution like LANL need to pay close attention to current political races.
On two topics Mullins revealed his ignorance of science and his apparent disdain for those who engage real problems in a serious way.
First, on the topic of Yucca Mountain, Mullins stated that he wanted the facility opened so nuclear power could proceed in America. Fair enough, but when Lujan was asked about Yucca Mountain, Mullins sneered at his response that the nuclear waste issue needs to be addressed with more “science and innovation” at Los Alamos to solve the vexing problem it poses to future citizens.
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