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

Non-proliferation treaty and Japan
2
Nuclear disarmament, Japan
Outwitting the patient assassin: the human use of lake pollution
8
Fish (Ecology), Water pollution (Control), Great Lakes
Environmental noise pollution: a new threat to sanity
11
Noise (Psychological effects), Noise control
Frankenstein argument against peacekeeping
16
Police (International aspects)
China's scientists in the cultural revolution
19
Science (China), Scientists, Chinese
Social control of science
26
Research
America's my home. Not my business. my home
29
Technology and civilization, United States (Social policy)
Cambridge: March 4 the movement, and M.I.T.
32
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
ABM, China and the arms race
41
Nuclear research (China), Guided missiles (Defenses)
Canadian look at nationalization of universities
45
Colleges and universities (Canada), Research (Canada)

Science and social controls
21
Military research, Science (Social aspects)
Berkeley: manipulators of science, winners and losers
21
Charles Leon Schwartz; 1931-.
Chicago: the social control of science and its applications
23
Science and civilization
Ever-widening gap
23
Economic development
Conservation for conservation's sake?
47
Conservation of resources, Cost and standard of living
Can the Pacific warm the Arctic?
49
Arctic regions (Climate), Pacific Ocean
Science as a humanistic discipline
50
Humanism

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