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

Radioactive malevolence
2
Nuclear power plants (Safety measures), Radioactive substances (Security measures)
Man and nature
3
Science (Social aspects)
Should we buy the Vladivostok agreement?
5
Nuclear disarmament
UNESCO's self-destructive act
6
Unesco
Scientist in politics
7
Scientists (Political activities)
Baptism of the atomic scientists
21
James Franck; 1882-1964, Atomic bombs (History)
When the experts disagree
29
United States Congress Office of Technology Assessment, Decision making
Abuses of scientific exchanges
32
Exchanges, Literary and scientific
Velikovsky: paradigms in collision
36
Immanuel Velikovsky; 1895-1979, Solar system
Clouding the nuclear reactor debate
39
Nuclear power plants (Economic aspects)

Three modes of protest action
8
Protests, demonstrations, etc, Science (Social aspects), Scientists (Political activities)
New scientist-advocates
16
Lobbyists and lobbying, Science (Social aspects), Scientists (Political activities)
Council for science and society
18
Council for Science and Society
Chasing down the facts
40
View from the bottom
43
Atomic bombs (History)

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