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

Do not go gentle into that radiation zone; evacuation plans in case of nuclear accident
2
Nuclear power plants (Accidents and explosions), Evacuation of civilians
R&D: the thin edge of the wedge
4
Research (Federal aid), Science and state
No alternative to nuclear power; 32 scientists speak out
5
Nuclear energy
New ball game?
6
Pugwash movement
Lilienthal's warning
7
David E. Lilienthal, Nuclear disarmament
Development, resources and world security
24
Pugwash movement
Health care and biomedical research in poor countries
30
Medical care (Developing countries)
Why not just build the house right in the first place?
32
Environmental engineering (Buildings), Solar heating
First steps to survival
41
Economic policy, Human ecology
Solar power: the photo-chemical alternative
49
Solar energy

A nation's science and technology
8
Science (Philosophy, Canada)
Chinese science policy: a comparative analysis
13
Science and state (China)
Nuclear power in peace and war
18
Nuclear energy (Soviet Union)
Nuclear controversy and the limitations of decision-making by experts
20
Nuclear energy, Decision making
Scientist as anti-hero
23
Scientists
Nuclear button
53
Federation of American Scientists, Decision making, War and emergency powers
Are several decision-makers better than one?
55
George B. KISTIAKOWSKY; 1900-1982
No first use vs. no one decision-maker: a false dichotomy
56
Jeremy J. Stone
Wind power now!
59
Wind power
Science development; the building of science in less developed countries (Book Review)
63

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