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Beyster Fellow and San Diego Bay

I would like to congratulate Dylan Bayerl, who has been named a Beyster PhD Fellow for the 2014-2015 school year at the University of Michigan College of Engineering. This is a great accomplishment, and I know that Dylan worked hard to earn his fellowship. I look forward to meeting Dylan within the next month or […]

Remembering Former Northrop CEO Tom Jones

I recently read in the Los Angeles Times that Tom Jones, former CEO of Northrop, died a couple of weeks ago. Jones was probably the last of the maverick aerospace top executives from the ’60s, and he turned Northrop into a real global power to be reckoned with. While I didn’t personally know Tom Jones, […]

My wife Betty recently showed me an interesting article about a proposal to turn parts of the original Los Alamos Laboratory property into a national park. The proposal would include 17 buildings in six industrial sites within the lab’s boundaries. The Pajarito site and some buildings in downtown Los Alamos are also a part of […]

Iran’s Nuclear Technology Program

The big news in Washington today seems to be the deal that President Obama reached with Iran on their nuclear technology program. As you probably know by now, there are a number of limits placed on Iran which are meant to prevent the country from developing a nuclear device. This includes limiting the number of […]

I am happy to announce that my book about Network Solutions written with Mike Daniels has been published and is now available for purchase on Amazon.com in both softcover and Kindle eBook formats. The book is called Names, Numbers, and Network Solutions, and if you’ve been following this blog, you know that we have been […]

There was an article in Sunday’s San Diego Union Tribune about a smaller, transportable nuclear reactor that is currently being designed by General Atomics in hopes of winning a portion of the $452 million set aside by the Department of Energy for development of new compact reactor technology. According to the article, GA will take […]


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