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

Misconceived Patriotism
4
Enola Gay (Airplane) (Exhibitions), National Air and Space Museum (U.S.), Hiroshima (Japan) (History, Exhibitions, Bombardment, 1945)
How Big is Small?
5
Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty (1996)
Obituary
6
Edward Albert Shils (American sociologist.); 1910-1995
A Perilous Profession
9
Journalism (Russia (Federation)), Journalists (Crimes against), Government and the press (Russia (Federation))
Which Fissile Fingerprint?
10
Nuclear fuels (Export-import trade), Black markets, Smuggling, Uranium, Czech Republic (Commerce, Russia (Federation)), Russia (Federation) (Commerce, Czech Republic)
Nothing Clean about "cleanup".
34
Nuclear weapons (Manufacture), Radioactive waste disposal
Livermore on the Defensive
42
United States Dept. of Energy, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Nuclear weapons, Nuclear research laboratories
"Potatoes Were Guarded Better".
46
Uranium (Theft), Navy yards and naval stations, Russian, Nuclear submarines, Russian
Top Guns
51
Russia (Federation) Army, Russia (Federation) (Politics and government)
Blacklisting Schweitzer
55
Albert Schweitzer (German physician, missionary and theologian.); 1875-1965, Anti-Communist movements (History), Blacklisting

Hawks Take a Hit
12
United States Dept. of Defense (Appropriations and expenditures), United States Congress (104th, 1st session: 1995)
Yes, Haste Made Waste
14
Rockwell International Corp, United States Dept. of Energy Rocky Flats Plant, Radioactive waste disposal (Laws and regulations, Colorado), Nuclear facilities (Safety measures)
Hiroshima Memories
16
Children and nuclear warfare, Hiroshima (Japan) (History, Personal narratives, Bombardment, 1945)
"Always" the Target?
23
Manhattan Project, World War, 1939-1945 (Strategy, Germany), Hiroshima (Japan) (History, Bombardment, 1945)
Smithsonian Suffers Legionnaires' Disease
28
Enola Gay (Airplane) (Exhibitions), National Air and Space Museum (U.S.), American Legion, Air Force Association, Hiroshima (Japan) (History, Exhibitions, Bombardment, 1945)

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