Train tracks lead into the Yucca Mountain radioactive waste disposal site in Yucca Mountain, Nevada, June 25, 2002. Ostensibly a story about Yucca Mountain, "About a Mountain," by John DêAgata , is really a meditation on the nature of fact and fantasy, a riff on Las Vegas, Nevada, that gets beneath the city's layers of clich?. (Chuck Kennedy/MCT)
Train tracks lead into the Yucca Mountain radioactive waste disposal site in Yucca Mountain, Nevada, June 25, 2002. Ostensibly a story about Yucca Mountain, "About a Mountain," by John DêAgata , is really a meditation on the nature of fact and fantasy, a riff on Las Vegas, Nevada, that gets beneath the city's layers of clich?. (Chuck Kennedy/MCT) MCT
Train tracks lead into the Yucca Mountain radioactive waste disposal site in Yucca Mountain, Nevada, June 25, 2002. Ostensibly a story about Yucca Mountain, "About a Mountain," by John DêAgata , is really a meditation on the nature of fact and fantasy, a riff on Las Vegas, Nevada, that gets beneath the city's layers of clich?. (Chuck Kennedy/MCT) MCT

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