Dirty Bombs

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NPR's David Kestenbaum reports on scientists' scenarios of a terrorist attack using radiological material. They found even a small amount would lead to wide evacuations and could cost billions of dollars to clean up. Physicists and defense scientists delivered this testimony before a Senate committee yesterday.



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