Thursday, December 22, 2005
Profile: Michael Anastasio
By THE NEW MEXICAN
December 22, 2005
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Director Michael Anastasio will become director of Los Alamos National Laboratory when Los Alamos National Security takes over the lab’s management next year.
Anastasio, a nuclear physicist, was leader of the combined University of California and Bechtel National partnership that was chosen by the Department of Energy on Wednesday to run LANL. He was named director of LLNL, located an hour east of San Francisco, in 2002.
will our new ADs be making? Anyone have the foggiest idea? Will they,
likewise, see some extreme salary increases? Will it be possible in
the future to even have an idea what the LANS LLC is paying our top
A Los Alamos Christmas
Twas the night before Christmas and all through the labs came the word from Saint Bodman of the contract we have.
Employees sit quite watching the boob tube in awl, as he swears with a straight face that no politics was involved.
As he spoke to the people whom DOE just screwed, the director was given a signal, do not snooze.
By noon of the same day Michael announced he was through, then jumped on a plane in route to the new.
As we sat by and wondered why Mike's was in such a hurry, the answer was big bucks that loomed in the flurry.
1.3 million to be exact, as he licks his lips as if they were chapped.
Now say howdy to Miller, Knapp and Shotts, whose pay most likely will quadruple on the spot.
It not about good science, technical achievements or people, but all about fame that can be achieved by evil.
So say goodbye to your retirement, benefits and dreams, since those whom you once worshiped just brought you to your knees.
Is it time for payback as the deadline draws near, where the masses of intellects leave these facilities in fear.
The answer is yes and let there be no fear, for we wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Years