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LEET EXPLAINS PLAN

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L. Don Leet, professor of Geology, has set forth his scheme for nuclear test detection in the June issue of Scientific American.

Leet uses diagrams to indicate that earthquake and blast patterns are visibly different if recorded sufficiently far from the seismic event. The research on which the U.S. based its inspection demands at Geneva showed that the likelihood of detection increased with proximity to the blast.

Leet will discuss the article tomorrow night at 8 p.m. in the Geological Lecture Hall.

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