Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

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The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists is the premier public resource on scientific and technological developments that impact global security. Founded by Manhattan Project Scientists, the Bulletin's iconic "Doomsday Clock" stimulates solutions for a safer world.
  

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Contents

Second discovery of America
2
Science and man in the Americas
2
Science and Man in the Americas Conference
New World outlook
3
Science (International aspects)
Civilization's future: a call for international granaries
7
Food supply, Granaries
Value of science and technology to human welfare
16
Science and civilization
Energy joyride is over
39
Power resources
New directions for solar energy
40
Solar energy
Padre sol and chemical fuel production
42
Fuel supply, Recycling, Solar energy
Specific approaches to health effects of pollutants
45
Environmental health
Pollution's price: the cost in human health
47
Air pollution (Physiological effects), Sulfur dioxide

International geodynamics project
32
Geodynamics
Seabed mineral resources: a survey
33
Marine mineral resources, Ocean bottom
International ocean
38
Oceanography (International aspects)
Nutrition crunch: a world view
50
Food supply (Developing countries), Nutrition problems (Developing countries)
Science, technology and the matter of choice
55
Science (Latin America), Technology (Latin America)
Astro-archaeology: the unwritten evidence
58
Astronomy, Ancient

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