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

Political criteria for non-political jobs?
2
Franklin A. Long; 1910-1999, National Science Foundation (U.S.), Public officers (Appointment, qualifications, etc)
Impact of automation on society
4
Automation (Social aspects), Social change, Technology and civilization
Israel and the nuclear non-proliferation treaty
7
Nuclear energy (Israel), Nuclear disarmament, Israel (Defenses)
Now's time to talk with China
10
China (Foreign relations, Politics and government)
Pharmaceutical testing
12
Sheldon G. GILGORE
Infant mortality and nuclear tests
27
Infant mortality
Comment on Sternglass thesis
27
Freeman J. Dyson; 1923-.
Arms race and the fallacy of the last move
27
Guided missiles (Defenses)
Summer in space
29
Space flight to Mars, Space flight to the moon, Space research
Technology for Taiwan
31
Technical assistance, American, Technical assistance (Taiwan)

Foreign policy implications of the ABM debate
20
United States (Foreign relations)
Missiles and anti-missiles
20
Guided missiles (Defenses)
Is Safeguard worth the risk?
23
Guided missile bases
Hard point vs. city defense
25
Guided missile bases
Styles of handling student demonstrations
36
S. I. Hayakawa, University of Chicago, San Francisco State University, Student protests, demonstrations, etc
Death in life: a statement
39
Atomic bombs, National Book Awards, Hiroshima (Japan)
Contaminated rain water
43
Rain and rainfall

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