• Top-secret super-secure Los Alamos vault declassified

    Down in a remote canyon near Los Alamos National Laboratory lies a facility known as the "Tunnel Vault," once one of the most secret and secure locations in the United States, it's the original post-WWII nuclear stockpile storage area. Located in Los Alamos canyon at Technical Area 41, the Tunnel Vault was built between 1948 and 1949. The facility has a formidable security perimeter, a hardened guard tower — complete with gun ports and bulletproof glass — and a series of gates and doors that lead to a 230-foot long concrete tunnel that goes straight into the canyon wall. At the end of the tunnel is a large alcove room with a single bank vault door. Through that door is a vault built inside a vault with five storage areas, all protected with identical bank vault doors. Over the years t...

    published: 19 Jul 2013
  • Historic Manhattan Project Sites at Los Alamos

    The Manhattan Project laboratory constructed at Los Alamos, New Mexico, beginning in 1943, was intended from the start to be temporary and to go up with amazing speed. Because most of those WWII-era facilities were built with minimal materials and so quickly, much of the original infrastructure was torn down in the late '40s and early '50s and replaced by more permanent facilities. However, a few key facilities remained, and are being preserved and maintained for historic significance. Four such sites are visited briefly in this video, taking viewers to V-Site, the buildings where the first nuclear explosive device was pre-assembled in preparation for the Trinity Test in Southern New Mexico. Included is another WWII area, Gun Site. So named because it was the area where scientists and ...

    published: 22 May 2014
  • Our Laboratory

    Los Alamos National Laboratory enhances global nuclear security and protects the world using multidisciplinary science, technology, and engineering by harnessing the integrated strength of our people, capabilities, and operations. LA-UR-16-22062 Music: Truth Lies Within by Jeff Heim

    published: 01 Apr 2016
  • Physicist Talks About Los Alamos Lab Dangers

    Physicist Dr. Michio Kaku discusses concerns with the Los Alamos National Laboratory.

    published: 28 Jun 2011
  • Installation of the Cielo Supercomputer at Los Alamos

    From the 1952 MANIAC to Bonanza deployed just this month, Los Alamos National Laboratory has deployed 100 supercomputers in the last 60 years – a showcase of high-performance computing history. “Computing power for our Laboratory’s national security mission is a huge part of our proud legacy, and it plays an integral role in our bold future,” says Laboratory Director Charlie McMillan. “The continued innovation and enhancement of this capability touches areas from stockpile stewardship, to global security simulation, to biological modeling, and even safety basis calculations. I look forward to our next 100 supercomputers and their impact on the nation.” These days, the Lab has 13 supercomputers, or “high performance computing clusters,” operating in both unclassified and classified envir...

    published: 12 Nov 2014
  • Our Mission

    Los Alamos National Laboratory's mission is to solve national security challenges through scientific excellence. www.lanl.gov LA-UR-17-30254 Music: Really Slow Motion Ltd

    published: 21 Dec 2017
  • Secret Los Alamos tunnel revealed

    For decades, area residents whispered about what the government was doing deep inside the walls of Los Alamos Canyon.

    published: 27 Apr 2013
  • Richard Feynman Lecture -- "Los Alamos From Below"

    There are quite a few copies of this Feynman lecture floating around out there, but most end prior to the question from the audience. After the lecture, a guy in the audience asks Feynman about his safe-cracking stories and Feynman goes on for about another ten minutes relating three different stories on his safe-cracking while at Los Alamos National Laboratories. Enjoy!

    published: 12 Jul 2016
  • First Nuclear Explosion: "Trinity Shot" 1945 Los Alamos Laboratory, Manhattan Project

    Nuclear weapons playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4CD7F0970A5F16AB more at http://quickfound.net/links/military_news_and_links.html "The Department of Energy, in cooperation with the Department of Defense, declassified a series of historical films on the nuclear weapons program. They were converted to videotape format to help preserve the films and to facilitate the declassification and release process. These films document the history of the development of nuclear weapons, starting with the first bomb tested at Trinity Site in southeastern New Mexico in July 1945..." Reupload of a previously uploaded film, in one piece instead of multiple parts, and with improved video & sound. Public domain film from the US National Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, w...

    published: 02 Dec 2016
  • Los Alamos National Labs

    The history of Los Alamos National Labs including the recent possible job cuts, as well as the impact Pete Domenici has had on the labs.

    published: 29 Oct 2007
  • Los Alamos works on a biologically realistic computer network

    Brain neuroscientists and computer scientists call this field neuromimetic computing—building computers inspired by how the cerebral cortex of the brain works. Its cortical processes rely on billions of small biological “switches,” called neurons. To learn, they store and process information. Using an approach called neural networks, researchers are developing computers that simulate neurons and their interconnections. Then computers can learn about their surroundings, interpret data, and make predictions based on it. In practice, however, researchers attempting to simulate neural processing at anything close to the scale and complexity of the brain’s cortical circuits have been stymied by limitations on computer memory and computational power. All that has changed with the new Trini...

    published: 30 Oct 2017
  • Intel Xeon Phi at the Los Alamos National Laboratory

    Stewarding the U.S. nuclear weapons stockpile, Los Alamos National Laboratory conducts intensive research to keep the nation safe. As the amount of data from research continues to explode, hear why the need for the greater power efficiency delivered with Intel Xeon Phi is paramount.

    published: 27 Jun 2016
  • Phil Schneider Talks About Alien Base Under Los Alamos Lab, New Mexico, UFO Sighting News.

    Philip Schneider was a former US Government Geologist and Engineer, who was involved in producing the underground explosions which were required to facilitate the building of various underground military bases, as well as submarine bases for the United States Government. He was the only person to survive the infamous Alien/Human War at Dulce and Los Alamos, where 66 Government Agents and Workers lost their lives in August of 1979. For the last two years of his life he gave lectures about classified information, including UFO's to the media and general public. Philip Schneider was found dead in his apartment on January 17, 1996. He was murdered, and all documents, photos and videos he had in his possession which he was about to use for a massive disclosure to the public...were gone fr...

    published: 03 Apr 2014
  • Los Alamos National Laboratory 2017 Asteroid impact simulation Galen Gisler

    A Los Alamos National Laboratory asteroid impact in the ocean simulation. Galen Gisler Ph.D. Harald Dahle composite and video.

    published: 29 Dec 2016
  • What I did last summer at Los Alamos National Laboratory - Part One

    Students from the U.S. Service Academies work at Los Alamos National Laboratory on projects raging from nanocarbon structures to high explosives research to 3D printing and computer design engineering to highly complex mathematics to solve large equations. Through the Service Academies Research Associates (SARA), Los Alamos hosts cadets and midshipmen from U.S. military academies so they can get practical experience doing science for national security. As interns, they work at the Lab for four to six weeks. The National Nuclear Security Administration funds the SARA program. With plenty of hands-on, national security-focused work to be done, the Laboratory is the perfect place for cadets and midshipmen from U.S. military academies to spend part of their summer. “The purpose of the SARA...

    published: 02 Oct 2017
  • What I did last summer at Los Alamos National Laboratory - Part Three

    Students from the U.S. Service Academies work at Los Alamos National Laboratory on projects raging from nanocarbon structures to high explosives research to 3D printing and computer design engineering to highly complex mathematics to solve large equations. Through the Service Academies Research Associates (SARA), Los Alamos hosts cadets and midshipmen from U.S. military academies so they can get practical experience doing science for national security. As interns, they work at the Lab for four to six weeks. The National Nuclear Security Administration funds the SARA program. With plenty of hands-on, national security-focused work to be done, the Laboratory is the perfect place for cadets and midshipmen from U.S. military academies to spend part of their summer. “The purpose of the SARA...

    published: 02 Oct 2017
  • LOS ALAMOS NATIONAL LABORATORY GALEN GISLER Harald J. Dahle Asteroid Ocean Impact Simulation

    This computer simulation was done at Los Alamos National Laboratory and completed at the University of Oslo Faculty of Mathematical Studies and Geological Processes under the supervision of Mr. Galen Gisler, a Los Alamos scientist who worked in Oslo for a couple of years. Mr Harald Dahle, the owner of Petrofilm cooperated with Mr. Gisler to make the presentation more life-like, with water and other details. The final video was shown at a 1983 fall meeting at American Geophysical Union, AGU and was well received. www.petrofilm.com

    published: 09 Dec 2013
  • Los Alamos National Laboratory Center for Non-Linear Studies - CNLS: Interdisciplinary at its Core

    The Center for Nonlinear Studies at Los Alamos National Laboratory performs interdisciplinary fundamental and applied science on problems of national importance. Across a scientific landscape from quantitative biology and information science to fluid dynamics and material physics, CNLS provides mechanisms for scientific leadership and innovation. CNLS represents LANL science, builds and facilitates national/international research communities, and supports science in the national interest through its large vigorous postdoctoral research effort, by maintaining a strong visiting scholar program, and by organizing outstanding international conferences. The scientific grand challenges of the 21st century increasingly demand interdisciplinary research, an approach CNLS has refined for decades. ...

    published: 03 Mar 2014
  • Los Alamos National Laboratory Update, Spring 2010

    An update on Los Alamos National Laboratory accomplishments. See more about Los Alamos National Laboratory at www.lanl.gov.

    published: 17 Jun 2010
  • Using Science to Confine the Spread of Nuclear Weapons

    Terry Wallace, incoming director of Los Alamos National Laboratory, talks about how the Laboratory uses its understanding of its own nuclear program to develop tools to help confine the spread of nuclear weapons.

    published: 06 Dec 2017
  • Breakthroughs - Los Alamos National Lab Asteroid Killer Simulation

    A supercomputer at Los Alamos National Laboratory is helping scientists understand how a nuclear detonation might affect an incoming, Earth-threatening asteroid.

    published: 30 Apr 2012
  • Los Alamos National laboratory High-energy-density Plasma Physics STUFF Part 2 of 3

    In this video we take the "Laser diagnostics" oscilloscope apart... 1776 MCP electronics Tektronix T7101 P-20 CAT wow that's a lot of AL!!! This stuff came from a friend of mine that one of you will know. David Puchta I decided it was time to do a video on it! ~Russ Gries http://rwgresearch.com/

    published: 19 Oct 2016
  • Science of Sound at Los Alamos National Laboratory

    Dipen Sinha of Los Alamos National Laboratory’s Materials Synthesis and Integrated Devices group studies acoustics and its applications, including how it is possible to use sound to solve problems in health, national security and for industry. “I take advantage of the nature of sound waves and often manipulate these waves to solve technically challenging problems related to energy and national security,” Sinha said. “How an object vibrates also tells a lot about it. Sound can exert force on objects. By carefully manipulating acoustic forces it is possible to create novel structures and even unique materials that are otherwise not possible with conventional fabrication processes.”

    published: 07 Aug 2014
  • Los Alamos National Laboratory Prepares for Fire Season

    Through the establishment of a Wildland Fire Program Office, and the Interagency Fire Base located on Laboratory property, Los Alamos National Laboratory is continuing and improving a program to prepare for wildland fire. "We're probably in better shape than we've been in the last 20 years," said Manny L'Esperance, Laboratory Wildland Fire Manager. "We've done a considerable amount of work after the Cerro Grande Fire, the Las Conchas Fire. We've been very successful in completing a strategy of defensible space around the Laboratory, around the perimeter as well as around buildings and structures." In this video, L'Esperance is clear that the fire danger in and around the Laboratory is ever-present, particularly in the dry, summer months. "We still have some areas, the interior areas,...

    published: 18 Jul 2016
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Top-secret super-secure Los Alamos vault declassified

Top-secret super-secure Los Alamos vault declassified

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Down in a remote canyon near Los Alamos National Laboratory lies a facility known as the "Tunnel Vault," once one of the most secret and secure locations in the United States, it's the original post-WWII nuclear stockpile storage area. Located in Los Alamos canyon at Technical Area 41, the Tunnel Vault was built between 1948 and 1949. The facility has a formidable security perimeter, a hardened guard tower — complete with gun ports and bulletproof glass — and a series of gates and doors that lead to a 230-foot long concrete tunnel that goes straight into the canyon wall. At the end of the tunnel is a large alcove room with a single bank vault door. Through that door is a vault built inside a vault with five storage areas, all protected with identical bank vault doors. Over the years the Tunnel Vault was also used as a nuclear materials and nuclear fuel storage area, a weapons research and development laboratory, weapons components storage, and nuclear material assembly for tests both in the Pacific and in Nevada. About halfway down the tunnel is a side room that was used for early development of unclassified research that led to the discovery of the solar neutrino — work that later won a Nobel Prize in physics — a lab space ideal for the work because it's buried 300-feet deep underground.
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Historic Manhattan Project Sites at Los Alamos

Historic Manhattan Project Sites at Los Alamos

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  • Updated: 22 May 2014
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The Manhattan Project laboratory constructed at Los Alamos, New Mexico, beginning in 1943, was intended from the start to be temporary and to go up with amazing speed. Because most of those WWII-era facilities were built with minimal materials and so quickly, much of the original infrastructure was torn down in the late '40s and early '50s and replaced by more permanent facilities. However, a few key facilities remained, and are being preserved and maintained for historic significance. Four such sites are visited briefly in this video, taking viewers to V-Site, the buildings where the first nuclear explosive device was pre-assembled in preparation for the Trinity Test in Southern New Mexico. Included is another WWII area, Gun Site. So named because it was the area where scientists and engineers tested the so-called "gun method" of assembling nuclear materials -- the fundamental design of the Little Boy weapon that was eventually dropped on Hiroshima. The video also goes to Pajarito Site, home of the "Slotin Building" and "Pond Cabin." The Slotin Building is the place where scientist Louis Slotin conducted a criticality experiment that went awry in early 1946, leading to his unfortunate death, and the Pond Cabin served the team of eminent scientist Emilio Segrè who did early chemistry work on plutonium that ultimately led to the Fat Man weapon.
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Our Laboratory

Our Laboratory

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Los Alamos National Laboratory enhances global nuclear security and protects the world using multidisciplinary science, technology, and engineering by harnessing the integrated strength of our people, capabilities, and operations. LA-UR-16-22062 Music: Truth Lies Within by Jeff Heim
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Physicist Talks About Los Alamos Lab Dangers

Physicist Talks About Los Alamos Lab Dangers

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Installation of the Cielo Supercomputer at Los Alamos

Installation of the Cielo Supercomputer at Los Alamos

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From the 1952 MANIAC to Bonanza deployed just this month, Los Alamos National Laboratory has deployed 100 supercomputers in the last 60 years – a showcase of high-performance computing history. “Computing power for our Laboratory’s national security mission is a huge part of our proud legacy, and it plays an integral role in our bold future,” says Laboratory Director Charlie McMillan. “The continued innovation and enhancement of this capability touches areas from stockpile stewardship, to global security simulation, to biological modeling, and even safety basis calculations. I look forward to our next 100 supercomputers and their impact on the nation.” These days, the Lab has 13 supercomputers, or “high performance computing clusters,” operating in both unclassified and classified environments. With names like Cielo, Lobo, Mustang and Moonlight, the work performed by Roadrunner has been shifted to other machines. Shown here is Cielo, a current stalwart of National Nuclear Security Administration capability computing, in a time-lapse video of its installation at the Laboratory.
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Our Mission

Our Mission

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Los Alamos National Laboratory's mission is to solve national security challenges through scientific excellence. www.lanl.gov LA-UR-17-30254 Music: Really Slow Motion Ltd
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Secret Los Alamos tunnel revealed

Secret Los Alamos tunnel revealed

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  • Updated: 27 Apr 2013
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For decades, area residents whispered about what the government was doing deep inside the walls of Los Alamos Canyon.
https://wn.com/Secret_Los_Alamos_Tunnel_Revealed
Richard Feynman Lecture -- "Los Alamos From Below"

Richard Feynman Lecture -- "Los Alamos From Below"

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  • Updated: 12 Jul 2016
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There are quite a few copies of this Feynman lecture floating around out there, but most end prior to the question from the audience. After the lecture, a guy in the audience asks Feynman about his safe-cracking stories and Feynman goes on for about another ten minutes relating three different stories on his safe-cracking while at Los Alamos National Laboratories. Enjoy!
https://wn.com/Richard_Feynman_Lecture_Los_Alamos_From_Below
First Nuclear Explosion: "Trinity Shot" 1945 Los Alamos Laboratory, Manhattan Project

First Nuclear Explosion: "Trinity Shot" 1945 Los Alamos Laboratory, Manhattan Project

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Nuclear weapons playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4CD7F0970A5F16AB more at http://quickfound.net/links/military_news_and_links.html "The Department of Energy, in cooperation with the Department of Defense, declassified a series of historical films on the nuclear weapons program. They were converted to videotape format to help preserve the films and to facilitate the declassification and release process. These films document the history of the development of nuclear weapons, starting with the first bomb tested at Trinity Site in southeastern New Mexico in July 1945..." Reupload of a previously uploaded film, in one piece instead of multiple parts, and with improved video & sound. Public domain film from the US National Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and one-pass brightness-contrast-color correction & mild video noise reduction applied. The film was silent. I have added MIDI classical piano music produced by Bernd Krueger (Liszt: Grandes Etudes de Paganini #6), from http://www.piano-midi.de licensed under the cc-by-sa Germany License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/de/deed.en http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trinity_(nuclear_test) Trinity was the code name of the first detonation of a nuclear weapon, conducted by the United States Army at 5:29 am on July 16, 1945, as part of the Manhattan Project. The test was conducted in the Jornada del Muerto desert about 35 miles (56 km) southeast of Socorro, New Mexico, on what was then the USAAF Alamogordo Bombing and Gunnery Range (now part of White Sands Missile Range). The only structures originally in the vicinity were the McDonald Ranch House and its ancillary buildings, which scientists used as a laboratory for testing bomb components. A base camp was constructed, and there were 425 people present on the weekend of the test. The code name "Trinity" was assigned by J. Robert Oppenheimer, the director of the Los Alamos Laboratory, inspired by the poetry of John Donne. The test was of an implosion-design plutonium device, informally nicknamed "The Gadget", of the same design as the Fat Man bomb later detonated over Nagasaki, Japan, on August 9, 1945. The complexity of the design required a major effort from the Los Alamos Laboratory, and concerns about whether it would work led to a decision to conduct the first nuclear test. The test was planned and directed by Kenneth Bainbridge. Fears of a fizzle led to the construction of a steel containment vessel called Jumbo that could contain the plutonium, allowing it to be recovered, but Jumbo was not used. A rehearsal was held on May 7, 1945, in which 108 short tons (96 long tons; 98 t) of high explosive spiked with radioactive isotopes were detonated. The Gadget's detonation released the explosive energy of about 22 kilotons of TNT (92 TJ). Observers included Vannevar Bush, James Chadwick, James Conant, Thomas Farrell, Enrico Fermi, Richard Feynman, Leslie Groves, Robert Oppenheimer, Geoffrey Taylor, and Richard Tolman. The test site was declared a National Historic Landmark district in 1965, and listed on the National Register of Historic Places the following year... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nuclear_weapons_testing Nuclear weapons tests are experiments carried out to determine the effectiveness, yield and explosive capability of nuclear weapons... The first nuclear weapon was detonated as a test by the United States at the Trinity site on July 16, 1945, with a yield approximately equivalent to 20 kilotons. The first hydrogen bomb, codenamed "Mike", was tested at the Enewetak atoll in the Marshall Islands on November 1 (local date) in 1952, also by the United States. The largest nuclear weapon ever tested was the "Tsar Bomba" of the Soviet Union at Novaya Zemlya on October 30, 1961, with an estimated yield of around 50 megatons. In 1963, all nuclear and many non-nuclear states signed the Limited Test Ban Treaty, pledging to refrain from testing nuclear weapons in the atmosphere, underwater, or in outer space. The treaty permitted underground nuclear testing. France continued atmospheric testing until 1974, China continued up until 1980. Underground tests in the United States continued until 1992 (its last nuclear testing), the Soviet Union in 1990, the United Kingdom in 1991, and both China and France in 1996. After signing the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty in 1996 (which has as of 2011 not yet entered into force), all of these states have pledged to discontinue all nuclear testing. Non-signatories India and Pakistan last tested nuclear weapons in 1998. The most recent nuclear test was announced by North Korea on May 25, 2009...
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Los Alamos National Labs

Los Alamos National Labs

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The history of Los Alamos National Labs including the recent possible job cuts, as well as the impact Pete Domenici has had on the labs.
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Los Alamos works on a biologically realistic computer network

Los Alamos works on a biologically realistic computer network

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Brain neuroscientists and computer scientists call this field neuromimetic computing—building computers inspired by how the cerebral cortex of the brain works. Its cortical processes rely on billions of small biological “switches,” called neurons. To learn, they store and process information. Using an approach called neural networks, researchers are developing computers that simulate neurons and their interconnections. Then computers can learn about their surroundings, interpret data, and make predictions based on it. In practice, however, researchers attempting to simulate neural processing at anything close to the scale and complexity of the brain’s cortical circuits have been stymied by limitations on computer memory and computational power. All that has changed with the new Trinity supercomputer at Los Alamos, which became fully operational in mid-2017. Trinity has unique capabilities designed for the stockpile stewardship mission, which includes highly complex nuclear simulations that have replaced the testing of nuclear weapons. All this capability means Trinity allows a fundamentally different approach to large-scale cortical simulations, enabling an unprecedented leap in the ability to model neural processing. To test that capability on a limited-scale problem, computer scientists and neuroscientists at Los Alamos created a “sparse prediction machine” that runs on a neural network on Trinity. A sparse prediction machine is designed to work like the brain: researchers expose it to data—in this case, various videos of a car driving down a road—without labeling the data in any way. Then the program sorts through that data frame by frame, focuses on the important information, and develops a prediction about the car’s motion. With Trinity’s power, the Los Alamos team simulates the way a brain handles information in its neurons but uses the fewest neurons at any given moment to explain the information at hand. That’s the “sparse” part, and it makes the brain very efficient—and, hopefully, a computer more efficient, too.
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Intel Xeon Phi at the Los Alamos National Laboratory

Intel Xeon Phi at the Los Alamos National Laboratory

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Stewarding the U.S. nuclear weapons stockpile, Los Alamos National Laboratory conducts intensive research to keep the nation safe. As the amount of data from research continues to explode, hear why the need for the greater power efficiency delivered with Intel Xeon Phi is paramount.
https://wn.com/Intel_Xeon_Phi_At_The_Los_Alamos_National_Laboratory
Phil Schneider Talks About Alien Base Under Los Alamos Lab, New Mexico, UFO Sighting News.

Phil Schneider Talks About Alien Base Under Los Alamos Lab, New Mexico, UFO Sighting News.

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Philip Schneider was a former US Government Geologist and Engineer, who was involved in producing the underground explosions which were required to facilitate the building of various underground military bases, as well as submarine bases for the United States Government. He was the only person to survive the infamous Alien/Human War at Dulce and Los Alamos, where 66 Government Agents and Workers lost their lives in August of 1979. For the last two years of his life he gave lectures about classified information, including UFO's to the media and general public. Philip Schneider was found dead in his apartment on January 17, 1996. He was murdered, and all documents, photos and videos he had in his possession which he was about to use for a massive disclosure to the public...were gone from his apartment.
https://wn.com/Phil_Schneider_Talks_About_Alien_Base_Under_Los_Alamos_Lab,_New_Mexico,_Ufo_Sighting_News.
Los Alamos National Laboratory 2017 Asteroid impact simulation Galen Gisler

Los Alamos National Laboratory 2017 Asteroid impact simulation Galen Gisler

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A Los Alamos National Laboratory asteroid impact in the ocean simulation. Galen Gisler Ph.D. Harald Dahle composite and video.
https://wn.com/Los_Alamos_National_Laboratory_2017_Asteroid_Impact_Simulation_Galen_Gisler
What I did last summer at Los Alamos National Laboratory - Part One

What I did last summer at Los Alamos National Laboratory - Part One

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  • Updated: 02 Oct 2017
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Students from the U.S. Service Academies work at Los Alamos National Laboratory on projects raging from nanocarbon structures to high explosives research to 3D printing and computer design engineering to highly complex mathematics to solve large equations. Through the Service Academies Research Associates (SARA), Los Alamos hosts cadets and midshipmen from U.S. military academies so they can get practical experience doing science for national security. As interns, they work at the Lab for four to six weeks. The National Nuclear Security Administration funds the SARA program. With plenty of hands-on, national security-focused work to be done, the Laboratory is the perfect place for cadets and midshipmen from U.S. military academies to spend part of their summer. “The purpose of the SARA program is to help create more scientifically aware military decision-makers who will then understand and appreciate the science and engineering capabilities of the Lab,” said Jon Ventura, who leads the Laboratory’s SARA program. For more information and to apply, see the SARA Program website at: http://www.lanl.gov/collaboration/internships/service-academy-research-associates/index.php
https://wn.com/What_I_Did_Last_Summer_At_Los_Alamos_National_Laboratory_Part_One
What I did last summer at Los Alamos National Laboratory - Part Three

What I did last summer at Los Alamos National Laboratory - Part Three

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Students from the U.S. Service Academies work at Los Alamos National Laboratory on projects raging from nanocarbon structures to high explosives research to 3D printing and computer design engineering to highly complex mathematics to solve large equations. Through the Service Academies Research Associates (SARA), Los Alamos hosts cadets and midshipmen from U.S. military academies so they can get practical experience doing science for national security. As interns, they work at the Lab for four to six weeks. The National Nuclear Security Administration funds the SARA program. With plenty of hands-on, national security-focused work to be done, the Laboratory is the perfect place for cadets and midshipmen from U.S. military academies to spend part of their summer. “The purpose of the SARA program is to help create more scientifically aware military decision-makers who will then understand and appreciate the science and engineering capabilities of the Lab,” said Jon Ventura, who leads the Laboratory’s SARA program. For more information and to apply, see the SARA Program website at: http://www.lanl.gov/collaboration/internships/service-academy-research-associates/index.php
https://wn.com/What_I_Did_Last_Summer_At_Los_Alamos_National_Laboratory_Part_Three
LOS ALAMOS NATIONAL LABORATORY GALEN GISLER Harald J. Dahle Asteroid Ocean Impact Simulation

LOS ALAMOS NATIONAL LABORATORY GALEN GISLER Harald J. Dahle Asteroid Ocean Impact Simulation

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This computer simulation was done at Los Alamos National Laboratory and completed at the University of Oslo Faculty of Mathematical Studies and Geological Processes under the supervision of Mr. Galen Gisler, a Los Alamos scientist who worked in Oslo for a couple of years. Mr Harald Dahle, the owner of Petrofilm cooperated with Mr. Gisler to make the presentation more life-like, with water and other details. The final video was shown at a 1983 fall meeting at American Geophysical Union, AGU and was well received. www.petrofilm.com
https://wn.com/Los_Alamos_National_Laboratory_Galen_Gisler_Harald_J._Dahle_Asteroid_Ocean_Impact_Simulation
Los Alamos National Laboratory Center for Non-Linear Studies - CNLS: Interdisciplinary at its Core

Los Alamos National Laboratory Center for Non-Linear Studies - CNLS: Interdisciplinary at its Core

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The Center for Nonlinear Studies at Los Alamos National Laboratory performs interdisciplinary fundamental and applied science on problems of national importance. Across a scientific landscape from quantitative biology and information science to fluid dynamics and material physics, CNLS provides mechanisms for scientific leadership and innovation. CNLS represents LANL science, builds and facilitates national/international research communities, and supports science in the national interest through its large vigorous postdoctoral research effort, by maintaining a strong visiting scholar program, and by organizing outstanding international conferences. The scientific grand challenges of the 21st century increasingly demand interdisciplinary research, an approach CNLS has refined for decades. http://cnls.lanl.gov/External/
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Los Alamos National Laboratory Update, Spring 2010

Los Alamos National Laboratory Update, Spring 2010

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  • Updated: 17 Jun 2010
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An update on Los Alamos National Laboratory accomplishments. See more about Los Alamos National Laboratory at www.lanl.gov.
https://wn.com/Los_Alamos_National_Laboratory_Update,_Spring_2010
Using Science to Confine the Spread of Nuclear Weapons

Using Science to Confine the Spread of Nuclear Weapons

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  • Duration: 2:23
  • Updated: 06 Dec 2017
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Terry Wallace, incoming director of Los Alamos National Laboratory, talks about how the Laboratory uses its understanding of its own nuclear program to develop tools to help confine the spread of nuclear weapons.
https://wn.com/Using_Science_To_Confine_The_Spread_Of_Nuclear_Weapons
Breakthroughs - Los Alamos National Lab Asteroid Killer Simulation

Breakthroughs - Los Alamos National Lab Asteroid Killer Simulation

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  • Updated: 30 Apr 2012
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A supercomputer at Los Alamos National Laboratory is helping scientists understand how a nuclear detonation might affect an incoming, Earth-threatening asteroid.
https://wn.com/Breakthroughs_Los_Alamos_National_Lab_Asteroid_Killer_Simulation
Los Alamos National laboratory High-energy-density Plasma Physics STUFF Part 2 of 3

Los Alamos National laboratory High-energy-density Plasma Physics STUFF Part 2 of 3

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  • Duration: 39:34
  • Updated: 19 Oct 2016
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In this video we take the "Laser diagnostics" oscilloscope apart... 1776 MCP electronics Tektronix T7101 P-20 CAT wow that's a lot of AL!!! This stuff came from a friend of mine that one of you will know. David Puchta I decided it was time to do a video on it! ~Russ Gries http://rwgresearch.com/
https://wn.com/Los_Alamos_National_Laboratory_High_Energy_Density_Plasma_Physics_Stuff_Part_2_Of_3
Science of Sound at Los Alamos National Laboratory

Science of Sound at Los Alamos National Laboratory

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  • Updated: 07 Aug 2014
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Dipen Sinha of Los Alamos National Laboratory’s Materials Synthesis and Integrated Devices group studies acoustics and its applications, including how it is possible to use sound to solve problems in health, national security and for industry. “I take advantage of the nature of sound waves and often manipulate these waves to solve technically challenging problems related to energy and national security,” Sinha said. “How an object vibrates also tells a lot about it. Sound can exert force on objects. By carefully manipulating acoustic forces it is possible to create novel structures and even unique materials that are otherwise not possible with conventional fabrication processes.”
https://wn.com/Science_Of_Sound_At_Los_Alamos_National_Laboratory
Los Alamos National Laboratory Prepares for Fire Season

Los Alamos National Laboratory Prepares for Fire Season

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  • Updated: 18 Jul 2016
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Through the establishment of a Wildland Fire Program Office, and the Interagency Fire Base located on Laboratory property, Los Alamos National Laboratory is continuing and improving a program to prepare for wildland fire. "We're probably in better shape than we've been in the last 20 years," said Manny L'Esperance, Laboratory Wildland Fire Manager. "We've done a considerable amount of work after the Cerro Grande Fire, the Las Conchas Fire. We've been very successful in completing a strategy of defensible space around the Laboratory, around the perimeter as well as around buildings and structures." In this video, L'Esperance is clear that the fire danger in and around the Laboratory is ever-present, particularly in the dry, summer months. "We still have some areas, the interior areas, that have not been treated, that are still susceptible to fire, that haven't burned in over 100 years," he said. "However, I think we've reduced the capacity for the fire, for new fire starts, to be the catastrophic-type fires we experienced during Cerro Grande and Las Conchas.
https://wn.com/Los_Alamos_National_Laboratory_Prepares_For_Fire_Season
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