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This is the tower for the Icecap underground nuclear weapon test, which was one of the last tests scheduled at the Nevada Test Site. The tower has been standing at the site since 1992, when Clinton signed a moratorium on nuclear testing. Inside th...

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Anish Kapoor put this huge fabric sculpture in the Tate Modern. A few months later I put up a tent in a field in Botosh, Saskatchewan. The tent didn't take me as long, and it was easier to take down. But it didn't look as nice.

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This is one of the test houses built for the 1955 Apple II atomic bomb test at the Nevada Test Site. The 29 kiloton test was meant to measure the civil effects of weapons. Mannequins were put up inside this house, which survived the detonation (ho...

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This is the Sedan Crater at the Nevada Test Site, where the government tested atomic weapons between 1951 and 1992. The crater was created in 1962 as part of the Plowshare program, which researched the possibility of using nuclear explosions for p...

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I took this picture as I drove from Nevada to Utah. The people in the regions I was driving between were irradiated by nuclear fallout from atmospheric atomic bomb tests in the 50s and early 60s. The government compensated them in 1990 via the Rad...

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These goddess figures circle a fireplace in the goddess temple at Indian Springs, Nevada. The temple was built by peace workers and goddess worshippers after a benefactor purchased the land. A former priestess at the temple explained to me that it...

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This is the peace tunnel outside Mercury, Nevada. Mercury is the town set up within the Nevada Test Site, where the government testing atomic bombs between 1951 and 1992. Peace protesters regularly hold ceremonies and draw graffiti inside the tunn...

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This is a shot from inside the Apple II test house, on the Nevada test site. The house was one of several set up to measure the effects of a 29 kiloton explosion in 1955 (that's roughly one and a half times as powerful as the Hiroshima explos...

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Peace protesters maintained a permanent camp during the 80s and early 90s just outside the town of Mercury, Nevada, which was built to house workers at the Nevada test site. Mercury is off limits to unauthorised personnel, so protesters set up on ...

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This is a view of the perimeter of the Pantex nuclear weapons plant in Amarillo, Texas.

Pantex was the final assembly point for the 70,000 nuclear weapons produced in the US during the cold war. The Plutonium warheads were assembled together with...

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I met Chief Yowell at his ranch in central Nevada. He is the Chief of the Western Shoshone nation, a band of Shoshone tribes which lays claim to Nevada, and large sections of California and Utah. Chief Yowell's people were forced from the lan...

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This is a shot of the Apple II test house on the Nevada test site. The house was subjected to an atomic bomb blast (codenamed Apple II) during 1955, meant to test the civil effects of weapons. Note the graffiti of Garfield in the top window. The s...

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This is a view of the perimeter of the Pantex nuclear weapons plant in Amarillo, Texas.

Pantex was the final assembly point for the 70,000 nuclear weapons produced in the US during the cold war. The Plutonium warheads were assembled together with...

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This is one of the structures used during atomic bomb tests at the Nevada test site.

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Light shining through a glass block in a cafe in Edinburgh.

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In 1963 the Atomic Energy Commission detonated a 249 kiloton atom device 2400 feet underground at the Nevada test site. As with most underground tests, the ground covering a wide surrounding area collapsed into a crater as the underground cavity c...

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This is the Sentinel building in San Francisco, with the TransAmerica building in the background. I liked the contrast between the two. The Sentinel Building was completed in 1907 (they were putting it up during the big quake), while the TransAmer...

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Sam, Chris, Susie, and I went flying kites today! I haven't flown a kite in years, and it was a lot of fun.

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I wandered away from a picnic with our friends Sam and Chris for a few minutes and found this abandoned piece of car under the railroad bridge.

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In between San Jose and Washington DC

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