In the early 50s, intense negotiations between West Germany and those determining its future – the United States, the United Kingdom, and France, among others. Should any atomic energy activity at all be allowed and, if so, what. The Official Committee on Atomic Energy was a group of British senior public servants briefing their ministers. Among those allowed to observe, and to provide. . .
History is academic, as dry as a brown hill in a drought, right? This is me on a hike and I’m describing an episode in the global history of nuclear energy. Guess what episode? Yep, you got it … Chernobyl!