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The world's nuclear weapons may be more vulnerable to cyber attacks than previously thought and could result in an accidental missile launch according to a study released by Chatham House, the Royal Institute of International Affairs. The study says that today's nuclear systems were developed in the pre-digital age and that little consideration was given to their vulnerability to malicious ha
The Federal Aviation Administration has officially designated seven Department of Energy (DOE) facilities as drone no-fly zones, restricting UAVs from being operated within 122m / 400ft of any of the following sites:Hanford Site, Franklin County, WAPantex Site, Panhandle, TXLos Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NMIdaho National Laboratory, Idaho Falls, IDSavannah River National Laboratory,
Sixty-two newly declassified videos have just been released by the US government showing footage of atmospheric nuclear tests from the first half of the 20th century. The videos, never before seen by the general public, have been uploaded to YouTube, offering scientists and historians a fascinating new look at a time of extreme nuclear experimentation...Continue Reading Declassified nuclear d
held at the university of chicago, the artistic experiment gathered thousands of viewers and was also broadcast online.The post cai guo qiang explodes colorful ‘mushroom cloud’ : a vivid reflection on the nuclear age appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
arch out loud has revealed the winners of its NUCLEAR competition which asked designers how do we design architecture with a message that could endure for millennia?The post arch out loud releases best nuclear waste storage markers appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Many predictions examining the potential consequences of a nuclear strike focus on either the immediate fatalities or the radioactive aftermath. A team from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln has taken a broader look at what effect the detonation of a nuclear weapon would be on global climate patterns – and the conclusions are a little frightening...Continue Reading Just one nuclear detonatio
Between 1945 and 1962, the United States conducted 210 atmospheric nuclear bomb tests. For each of those tests, the government used multiple cameras filming at 2,400 frames per second to document things. Over 700 of the films have been declassified so far, and they’re currently being uploaded to YouTube.The videos are being uploaded by Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory of Livermore, Ca
how should these industrial heritages be dealt with, once their operation becomes obsolete?The post ABF-lab envisions the critical fate of nuclear power plants in france appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.


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