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March 14, 2011


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Jennifer Salisbury

I grew up in Albuquerque, New Mexico, only a two-hour drive away from Los Alamos, home of the atomic bomb. I did a lot of research on the Manhattan Project, and how people had to adjust to support it. At one point, there was a single post office box that received mail for the entire town. When I saw these pictures come up I was immediately taken back to the bunkers which these scientists did their calculations and formulas drawing up their deadly combinations. With the few captions, I was quite stunned to know that these bunkers no longer shelter men crafting war weapons, but computers ensuring our information communication flow continues. The bunkers look the same. It is quite macabre the bunkers are for computers and not for man. Wow.

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