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Concrete Evidence: September 1977

December 22, 2014

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The Cassells Part 1 Nancy Cassell wondered if the summer would ever end. New Orleans sweltered under a haze of chemical laden salt air that colored the short shadows cast by the relentless midday sun a pale yellowish gray. Out here in the east where everything seemed to settle, there wasn’t much in the way […]

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Concrete Evidence: September 1977

December 21, 2014

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Malcolm Adams: Part 3 Adams returned to his point, “Our sources tell us that the pouring schedules in the concrete foundations at the Chernobyl site are faulty.” “And this means,” she prompted. “The critical supports under the reactor pile will probably fail within a short period of time—probably not until after the reactor is brought […]

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Concrete Evidence: September 1977

December 20, 2014

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Malcolm Adams: Part 2 For her part, Madge Gonzaga brought out her eyeglasses and fiddled with the thin folder in front of her, trying to decide what she thought of Malcolm Adams. On the surface he was an ordinary British business man who owned some minor oil interests in Nigeria as well as a small […]

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The Political Landscape in a Graph

December 19, 2014

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I’ve developed a little diagram designed to show you the hoax concerning the so-called battle between the right and the left. As you listen to the Liberal vs. Conservative rhetoric, regardless of which persuasion you identify with, you might want to keep this in mind. Take a look at the diagram. There are two axes […]

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Concrete Evidence: September 1977

December 19, 2014

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A Meeting with Malcolm Adams, Part One: For Malcolm Adams, the flight from Mobile, Alabama back to Washington, D.C. had seemed almost as long as his earlier flight from London Heathrow to the States. By now, he hoped, the replacement diesel generator would be fitted out below deck and his freshly painted yacht would be […]

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