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

Trinity+twenty-five years
2
Atomic bombs (History)
Prologue
2
Twenty-five years later
4
Bulletin of the atomic scientists
Projection and recollection
7
Atomic bombs (History)
Our nuclear future, 1995
7
Technological forecasting
Britain in the atomic age
40
Nuclear energy (Great Britain)
Controlled nuclear fusion: energy for the distant future
47
Nuclear fusion
Atomic energy in continental western Europe
62
Nuclear energy (Western Europe)
Nuclear energy and the environment
69
Nuclear energy (Economic aspects, Social aspects)
Application and research
69
Nuclear research

Los Alamos: focus of an age
15
Nuclear research laboratories
Some recollections of July 16, 1945
21
Leslie R. Groves; 1896-1970
Infant mortality and nuclear tests
27
Radioactive pollution, Radiation (Physiological effects)
Bombs or reactors?
28
Atomic bombs, Nuclear energy (Economic aspects), Nuclear reactors
Conscience of a physicist
30
Nuclear warfare (Ethical aspects)
International atom
35
International Atomic Energy Agency, Nuclear energy (International aspects)
Japan and the nuclear age
35
Nuclear energy (Japan)
Nuclear power: rise of an industry
75
Nuclear industry
Plowshare at the crossroads
83
Atomic blasting
Rochester conferences
92
Nuclear physics (Conferences)
Military atom
99
Nuclear weapons
Disarmament problems
99
Nuclear disarmament, Guided missiles
Nuclear weapons: past and present
103
Nuclear weapons (History)
Scientists and the decision to bomb Japan
107
Physicists, Hiroshima (Japan)

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