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

Reflections on Apollo 8
2
Project Apollo (Apollo 8 flight), Space research
Congress and science policy: the organizational dilemma
4
Science and state
Against the misuse of science; an appeal by M.I.T. scientists
8
Science and state, Scientists (Political activities)
Social psychopathology of political assassination
9
Assassination, Presidents (Assassination), Psychopathology
Anxiety in Bonn: German fears after Czechoslovakia
13
Czechoslovakia (History, Intervention, 1968), Germany (West) (Foreign relations, Soviet Union)
Prelude to space research
24
Polar research, Space research, Antarctic regions, Moon (Exploration)
Science and politics of rainmaking
27
Rain making
Showdown on the ABM.
29
Guided missile bases, Guided missiles (Defenses)
Note on Karl Jaspers
36
Karl Jaspers; 1883-1969
Washington scene
38
Government and the press

Social impact of a nuplex
16
Nuclear energy (Social aspects), Nuclear industry, Nuclear reactors, Technology and civilization
Our Terra-luna transit system: where will it take us?
22
Project Apollo (Apollo 8 flight), Space research, Lunar vehicles (Landing)
Space broadcasting; how, when, and why
39
Communications satellites
Can we control the Arctic climate?
43
Weather control, Siberia (Russia) (Climate)

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