Well this isn't good. The Nuclear Regulatory Commission, the federal agency tasked with administering the nation's supply of fissile materials, announced on Friday that Idaho State University may be subject to fine for losing a gram of weapons-grade plutonium. While the quarter-sized chunk of radioactive rock isn't nearly enough to generate a mushroom-cloud, it is sufficient for use in a so-called "dirty bomb," according to agency spokesman Victor Dricks. And to show that the NRC isn't fooling around, that fine will run ISU a tidy $8,500. Wait, that's it?