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Well, we couldn't really miss out the best nuke material Google has to offer, could we? Dave Hill has been out to Atomic City in Idaho:

Nuclear test site at Atomic City, Idaho

No explanation required for this from Adrian Esdaile:

Trinity

Ah, happy days. What's the US up to these days in the nuke business? Jesse Melton illuminates:

Pictured here is the Oak Ridge National Labratory Y-12 facility; built as part of the Manhattan Project during WWII, you can visit their website here http://www.y12.doe.gov/ At this facility they do all the uranium enrichment for US nuclear operations including, defense, naval and space based transportation, they are also the US storage facility for enriched uranium. Y-12 also handles the non-proliferation duties from countries such as the former Soviet Union and Libya:

Oak Ridge

But if it's hot-off-the-press nuclear facilities you want, get you laughing gear round Seabrook Nuclear Facility in New Hampshire, which has apparently just made it onto Google, according to Weston Lowrie:

Seabrook Nuclear Facility, New Hampshire

And with that it's time to announce our winners. Almost time, because we couldn't resist chucking this one into the pot. Margaret Thatcher writes:

Search for "Malvinas" on Google Earth and be prepared to spit a mouthfull of roast beef onto your Hackett shirt in astonished disgust. Something should be done. Did Colin Firth get maimed for this?

The Falklands, according to Google

By the Lord Harry she's right. Google can expect an earbashing from Jack Straw for this outrage and no mistake.

Right, enough of this madness. And the winners are...

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