b'N O T E SNews Release 99-56, found at 25. Dr. E. Fast, compiler, Potentially Available title); (nuclear devices) Colin Norman,www.nrc.gov/OPA/gmo/nrarcy/99-56.htm on Facilities at the National Reactor Testing Toward a Non-Nuclear Future in a NuclearNovember 1, 1999. Station(Idaho Falls: Eastern Idaho Nuclear World Technology Review(Oct/Nov 1976):13. Rita Scott, LOFTtests closeto predic- Industrial Council, February 1970), 14; 8-9.tions, INEL News,August 18, 1981. Kevin Richert, Rockwell planning exit 35. (INFCE) Charles Till, interview with author,14. International Agreement signed for safety from INEL, Post-Register, July 13, 1990, July 16, 1999; (Carter) William Lanouette,tests at LOFT facility in Idaho, Arco B-1. Dream Machine, Atlantic Monthly(AprilAdvertiser, March 24, 1983, 7A. 26. Kevin Richert, New Life for SMC, Post- 1983): 47-49.15. Pamphlet, Idaho National Engineering Register,August 2, 1991, B-1; INELpro- 36. Charles Till, July 16, 1998.Laboratory(Idaho Falls: EG&G, circa duces armor for new tanks, Idaho 37. Charles Till, July 16, 1998.1987), 6-8. Statesman, March 25, 1990, 3-C; (satellites)Dan Egan, Armor Shield for Tanks Made in 38. Charles Till, personal communication to16. EG&G pamphlet Idaho National Test Area North Hangar, Post-Register, May author, October 13, 1999.Engineering Laborator, 10.y 15, 1994, H-12. (coupling station) Eric Yde, 39. C.E. Till, Y.I. Chang, and W.H. Hannum,17. The Power Burst Facility was placed in interview with author, November 2, 1999. The Integral Fast ReactorAn Overview,standby status in 1985. See 27. Dan Egan, Armor Shield for Tanks Made in in The Technology of the Integral Fastwww.inel.gov/about/facts/PBFWROC_fact_ Test Area North Hangar, Post-Register, Reactor and its Associated Fuel Cycle, asheet2.html. May 15, 1994, H-12. Managers subsequent special issue of Progress in Nuclear Energy18. William Lanouette, Dream Machine, to Exxon were Rockwell-INEL, 1986-1991; (Volume 31, Number 1/2, 1997): 4.Dream Machine, Atlantic Monthly(April Babcock and Wilcox Idaho, 1992-1994; 40. Holl, Argonne, 442-448.1983): 45, 47. Lockheed Idaho Technologies Company,1994-1999, Bechtel B&W Idaho, 1999-. C H A P T E R T W E N TY F O U R19. Idaho Considered as Site for Atomic 28. (Mixed reactions) see for example,Testing Plant, clipping probably Idaho Idahoans Divided on nuclear arms pro- 1. Holl, Argonne, 445.Statesman, November 12, 1971, in IHS Ms. jects, Idaho Statesman, Jun 17, 1989, 4 A; 2. In thirty years of operation, the coolant had400, Box 117, File: Legislation-Nuclear; to At odds over SIS, Idaho Statesman, June never needed to be replaced. According toRobert Hollingsworth from Cecil Andrus, 18, 1989, 1 F; (staff deliberations) DRAFT J.P.Ackerman, et al, in Treatment ofSeptember 30, 1971, BSU Ms. 141-3, Box Plan Paper re Injection Well, n.d., but circa Wastes in the IFR Fuel Cycle, Progress in91, File 6. 1981, IHS, AR2/26, Box 20, no file, and Nuclear Energy, vol 31, No. 1/2, p. 143, in20. Ken Retallic, Idaho Lands Top Slot on memo to Bob Lenaghen from Pat Costello re pressurized-water reactors, control ofNPR List, Post-Register,August 10, 1983, INELmatterspolitical perspective, April reactivity is aided by adjusting theA-3; Bruce Botka, Three States Running 30, 1981, IHS, AR2/26, Box 40, no file. concentration of neutron-absorbing boronfor New Production Reactor, Los Angeles 29. Allied Chemical, The Waste Calcining dissolved in the coolant by feeding andTimes,April 1, 1984, Part 1; Rod Gramer, Facility, Idaho Chemical Processing Plant bleeding as required. The sodium lost toNew INELchief assures Evans of labs (Idaho Falls: Allied Chemical Corporation, the EBR system was caused by the residualsafety, Idaho Statesman,August 12, 1983. 1974), 16. film on discharged fuel elements or21. IDO, Executive Summary of the Draft EIS, 30. Allied Chemical, The Waste Calcining components removed from the reactor tankSpecial Isotope Separation Project(Idaho Facility, 16-18. for repair.Falls: INELReport No. DOE/EIS-0136), p. 3. Holl, Argonne, 447-448.S-4 to S-6; Kevin Richert, DOE Announces 31. R.R. Smith, Design Criteria for New WasteINELas Preferred SIS Site, Idaho State Calcine Facility, Report ACI-164 (Idaho 4. Holl, Argonne, 448; J.I. Sackett, OperatingJournal,August 13, 1986; telephone notes Falls: Allied Chemical Corporation, 1974), and Test Experience with EBR-II, the IFRof conference between Troy Wade and John 1-5. 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York: Warner Books, 1988); 1st VintageClash in Idaho, New York Times, March 27, 34. (Taylor) John McPhee, The Curve of Books, Chernobyl: The End of the Nuclear1988, A1, A28. Binding Energy, New Yorker, December 3, Dream(New York: Vintage, 1987); Dean24. Bob Roos, Project at INELStill Secret, 10, and 17, 1973 (these articles were pub- Ing, The Chernobyl Syndrome(New York:Post-Register, June 30, 1983. lished in book form by Farrar, Straus and Baen, 1988).Giroux, New York, 1974, using the same3 0 1'