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June 18, 2019

Open Letter to Lab Management

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Posted: Thursday, April 6, 2017 12:00 am

This is an open letter to management at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, LLNS, LLC.

In previous communications, I have told management and technical staff of my discovery that a computer code central to the study and simulation of stockpile materials is so flawed as to provide output that is outside the realm of nature. Technically, the formal foundation of this code contradicts the basic principles of Fermi-Dirac statistics. I have also pointed out that the continued use of this methodology can damage the credibility of stockpile certification and undermine the security of the United States, by generating false information about the expected behavior of stockpile materials.

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