Symposium pitches nuclear energy in New Mexico
By Marisa Demarco
The Land of Enchantment is home to most of the major steps in the uranium fuel process, according to a news release from the New Mexico Center for Energy Policy. There's the Eunice, N.M. enrichment facility that opened just last year. There's the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant outside Carlsbad. And there's plenty of raw ore in the state's veins. But, says the center, one major piece is missing: reactors.
Utilities Protest Carbon Caps
By Christie Chisholm
Greenhouse gas rules in New Mexico just can’t catch a break. After escaping Gov. Susana Martinez—and demise in the Legislature—they’re in the crosshairs of utility companies. The death-defying regulations have a singular goal: to reduce carbon emissions in the state.
The Radford Files
Seeing What We Want to See—Including UFOs
By Benjamin Radford
People are often unhappy when I can explain an “unexplained” photograph or video. If it’s a hoax, the hoaxers are not happy with me—and neither are the people who fell for it. Nobody likes to be fooled.
Odds & Ends
By Devin D. O’Leary
Funny because it happens to someone else.
So God Made a Farmer at Old San Ysidro Church
Stories of the Middle Rio Grande: Albuquerque from 1846-1949 at Bachechi Open Space
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