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The THTR Circulars from 2003
Proliferation: With the HTR, atom bombs can be built worldwide! Plutonium branching is possible, wrote Lothar Hahn in his report. US military interest in HTR. Tritium from HTR for nuclear warheads. South Africa: Letter to the FRG Ministry of Research and the answer. PBMR: Investors wanted. Citizen application for information exchange. Visit by South African NGO delegations in the Ruhr area. Press review. Forest development concept for Hamm.
Large demonstration against social robbery in Berlin.
PBMR: The current situation. Germany and South Africa.
Annual costs of the THTR Hamm
Stepping with a forked tongue: Castor trains coupled together in Hamm.
Press coverage. Our new homepage. South Africa event.
Red-green social policy: internal war! - Forest development concept for Hamm.
Hammer OB Hunsteger-Petermann as a beacon of hope in the FAZ.
NRW supplement of the "Süddeutsche Zeitung" was discontinued.
Nuclear weapons accessories for India from Hamm: arrests at Montanhydraulik.
The first issue of the city newspaper "Der Grüne Hammer", part 25, appeared 2 years ago.
Jülich: Motor and control center for HTR development.
Actions for the Castor shunting yard in Hamm. Annual overview of transports.
HTR research also in Stuttgart at the Institute for Nuclear Energy and Energy Systems (IKE).
Nuclear missiles for India from Hamm (from Montanhydraulik). - Vigils against Iraq war.
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