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The Royal Society’s recent report seriously underestimates the risk that the increased use of nuclear-power reactors to generate electricity and the resultant global spread of plutonium will increase the risk of the spread of nuclear weapons to countries and to terrorists.
 
 

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Charles F Barnaby
Frank Barnaby, a nuclear physicist, worked at the: Atomic Weapons Research Establishment, Aldermaston (1951-57); University College, London

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