Los Alamos is a Pony Cart being pulled by a Clydesdale. Oh, and there is a haywagon hitched to the back of the pony cart. Of course all anyone can see is the horse. Because of that the pony cart, which was once fresh and new and rather nice, has been allowed to get shabby and rickety. But, hey, don't we have a fine Clydesdale!
Problem is the driver in the pony cart can only see one part of the Horse, and that is so big that the driver can't see the road. So the Horse just meanders along in whatever direction the Horse wants to go with no knowing on the part of the driver where that direction might lead.
Some seem to think that the thing to do is build a large, ungainly, superstructure on the pony cart. That, of course, will put extra weight and stress on the axles, wheels, and under-carriage, but the superstructure crowd isn't thinking about that.
Now, wouldn't it make more sense to get some ponies to pull the cart, get the cart back into decent repair, and hitch the Clydesdale directly to the haywagon?