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There’s a lot to be said for being a writer in this business. (Like the fact that it’s not really work, despite what I tell CK.) And then there are the opportunities that aren’t granted to just anyone—like getting a personal guided tour of the 600-square-mile Hanford Site yesterday, courtesy of Kevin Haggerty and MSA. I took the photo above from the control room of the B Reactor, which produced plutonium from 1944 to 1968.



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