b'P ROVING THE P RINCIPLE16. To Samuelson from Hollingsworth, August March 7, 1970; Burial Hazards Denied by 36. (New thinking) George Wehmann, interview19, 1970, BSU Ms. 6, Box 174, Folder 32. the AEC, Post-Register, March 16, 1970, 1. with author, September 29, 1999; (AEC17. To James Schlesinger from Donald J. Both items found in IHS, Samuelson Papers, directive) Anderson, History of the RWMC,Mackay, March 28, 1972, BSU Ms. 141-3, Box 50, File: Nuclear 1970. 42. The directive was Immediate ActionBox 91, Folder 7. The Post-Register 28. Bill Ginkel sent the report to Samuelsons Directive (IAD) No. 0511-21, Policyspeculated that the AEC refused to help with Task Force as well as a more current update. Statement Regarding Solid Waste Burial. the MTR because it was protecting General See National Academy of Science, 37. This area eventually became known as PadElectric, which it had encouraged to build a Radioactive Waste Management: An A, the only asphalt pad used for above-test reactor at Vallecitos, California, to Interim Report of the Subcommittee on ground storage within the boundaries of theproduce radioisotopes for private industry. Radioactive Waste Management February original 88-acre Burial Ground.See R.C. Russell, `Chess GameContinues 17, 1970, and Geological Aspects of 38. (Winter/spring moratorium) Anderson,Over Future of MTR, Post-Register, Radioactive Waste Disposal, 1966, referred History of the RWMC, p. 37-38. AfterSeptember 13, 1970, 16; (population) to in letter from Ginkel to Samuelson, January 6, 1970, Rocky Flats waste was noCartography Students, University of Idaho, March 17, 1970, IHS Samuelson Papers, longer buried, but stored above the ground.The Compact Atlas of Idaho (Moscow, Box 3, File: Health: General. See also The 39. Note: George Wehmann, September 29,Idaho: Cart-O-Graphics Laboratory, 1938, Atomic Establishment, p. 151-154. 1999.61. 29. Meeting of the GovernorsTask Force18. To Hansen from Edward E. David, Jr., Committee for Investigation of Possible 40. the IDO conducetd several studies of theFebruary 18, 1972, IHS, Ms. 400, Box 34, Atomic Pollution to the Snake River feasibility and economics of barrel retrieval.File: AEC-General. Aquifer, Boise, October 29, 1969, IHS See Anderson, History of the RWMC, 54-60;19. C. Wayne Bills, personal communication to Samuelson Papers, Box 50, File: Nuclear (air support buildings) John Commander,author, 1969. interview with author, July 14, 1998.September 2, 1999. 30. AEC, State Scan Waste Disposal, Post- 41. Technical Site Information, 1993,20. (NRAD reactor) Richard Lindsay, personal Register, November 1969 (copy in clipping Radioactive Waste Management Complex, communication. file IHS, Samuelson Papers, Box 50 in p. 13.pamphlet file); Why Idaho Haste on Waste21. 21. Peter H. Metzger, The Atomic Study? Times-News, September 30, 1969; C H A P T E R T W E N TY O N EEstablishment(New York: Simon and AEC Commissioner Backs Idaho AECSchuster, 1972), 150; Lawrence E. Davies, Officials, Idaho Nuclear on Issues, Post- 1. To Syd Duncombe, University of Idaho,Fire Cleanup Keeps Plutonium Plant Busy Register, November 25, 1969. from Cecil Andrus, July 7, 1972, in BSUNew York Times, June 17, 1969, 10. 31. Unsigned memo regarding Howard Tuckner Ms. 141-3, Box 91, File 7.22. Bill Ginkel to Robert Erkins, Sept. 12, 1969, visit to Idaho Falls, January 21, 1970, IHS 2. BSU Ms. 141-3, Box 92, File 2 containsIHS, Ms. 400, Box 16, File: Atomic Energy. Samuelson Papers, Box 50, File: Nuclear- marked and highlighted articles on the23. (Ginkel quote, previous paragraph) 1970. potentials of hydrogen fuel includingRadioactive Wastes Disposal Not 32. AEC Scientist Raps Safety Standards, Hydrogen and Other Synthetic Fuels, AHazardous, AEC Claims, Post-Register, Idaho State Journal, January 13, 1970. Summary of the Work of the Synthetic FuelsSeptember 11, 1969; (Lee) Thorough Panel, prepared for the Federal Council onInvestigation Needed, September 15, 1969, 33. U.S. Department of Health, Public Health Science and Technology; When Hydrogenand National Atomic Dump, circa Aspects of the NRTS Radioactive Burial Becomes the Worlds Chief Fuel, BusinessOctober, 1969, p. 4, both from South Idaho Grounds, copy in Congressional Recor,d Week(September 23, 1972): 98; LawrencePress. March 6, 1970, p. S 3142. Lessing, The Coming Hydrogen Economy,24. To Doug Bean from Ginkel, Oct. 21, 1968, 34. To Samuelson from Terrell Carver, Fortune(November 1972): 138-145.IHS, Samuelson Papers, Box 50, File: November 12, 1970; Minutes of Meeting of 3. C.C. Warnick, W.P. Barnes, E.L.Nuclear-1968; Official Thinks AEC Tries to GovernorsTask Force on Disposal of Michaelson, et al, A Conceptual Study of aAvert Contaminating Ground Water and Radioactive Wastes in Idaho, October 17 Nuclear Energy Park for the State of IdahoAEC Wastes Miss Goals Set by Idaho, (or Oct. 27, record is ambiguous), 1970, in (Moscow: University of Idaho, NovemberIdaho Daily Statesman, September 12, 1969. IHS Samuelson Papers, Box 50, File: 1972); $150,000 U.S. Revenue Earmarked25. ToT.O. Carver from Samuelson, October Nuclear-1970; (within the decade) to Frank for NRTS, newsclip with no date or name21, 1969, IHS Ms. 400, Box 16, File: Church from Glenn Seaborg, June 9, 1970. in BSU Ms. 141-3, Box 91, File 2Atomic Energy. 35. (Salt mine) to Orval Hansen from John A. (Agrocarbon Hydrogen Study).26. News release, September 12, 1969, BSU Erlewine, June 19, 1970; and AEC Press 4. To Cecil Andrus from Gene Rutledge,Frank Church, Series 3.2.1, Box 2, Folder Release, June 17, 1970, IHS, Ms. 400 February 22, 1073; to Andrus from Alfred T.12. Hansen, Box 16, File: Atomic Energy Whatley,Western Interstate Nuclear Board;Commission; (uniform AEC policies) both in BUS Ms. 141-3, Box 91, File 8.27. Bob Smith, AEC Scored on Storing Anderson, History of the RWMC, 36. 5. Drs. John Howe and Maynard Fosberg, AWaste, (possibly from New York Times) Study of the Unitization of Water from a29 8'