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

C. P. Snow and the third culture
306
Charles Percy Snow (English physicist and novelist.); 1905-1980, Science and the humanities, Social sciences, Totalitarianism
Deterrence and shelters
310
Bomb shelters, Civil defense
Price of keeping the U.N.
315
United Nations
Man and his habitat
322
Environment, Natural resources
Perspective of time
322
Scientists and conflict of interest
343
Conflict of interests (Public office), Scientists (Political activities)
We need your help
344
Science and state
Politics haunts astronomers at Berkeley
345
International Astronomical Union
Civil defense developments
347
Bomb shelters
Test ban: strikeout
348
Nuclear weapons (Testing)

Taming trees
326
Forest management, Forests and forestry
Minerals: supply and demand
331
Mines and mineral resources
Wastebasket of the earth
335
Ecology, Soils
Four on strategy
341
Military art and science (Bibliography)
Satellite policy
349
Communications satellites
Needles in the sky
349
Project West Ford
Space race box score
350
Artificial satellites, Space flight
U.N. financial crisis
351
United Nations (Finance)

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