Friday, March 23, 2007

Bubble Fusion Fiasco Isn't Over

If Purdue University thinks that by ending their inquiry and exonerating Taleyarkhan that this mess will go away, they better think again.

As reported in the March 23 edition of Bob Park's What's New:

Now Rep. Brad Miller (D-NC), chair of the Science Committee's Investigations Subcommittee has requested a copy of the University's internal investigation reports.

Would Purdue refuse to provide such a thing? After all, they have kept this under secrecy all the while. From reading what Bob Park wrote, I think he is also getting fed up with the way this has been handled. But then again, other than Taleyarkhan, who isn't?


1 comment:

Lawrence B. Ebert said...

According to a report in the New York Times, Purdue already said they will cooperate.

See also

More about Congress reviewing Purdue report on Rusi P. Taleyarkhan