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

START Makes Sense Despite Oversell
3
Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty
Nunn's New Thinking
4
Sam Nunn (American senator.), United States Dept. of Defense (Appropriations and expenditures)
Another Whistleblower Down the Tubes
7
Joseph C. Richards, United States Navy (Contracts and procurement), General Dynamics Corp, Whistle blowing, Sonar (Defects), Shipbuilding (Ethical aspects)
Bad News in Buenos Aires
8
Nuclear power plants (Accidents and explosions, Argentina)
1,000 More Accidents Declassified
9
Classified information, Nuclear weapons (Accidents)
Cruise Missile Compromise Surfacing
21
Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty, Cruise missiles, Disarmament (Inspection)
B-2: New Numbers, Old Arguments
25
B-2 bomber
Global Warming: No Nuclear Quick Fix
30
Global warming, Nuclear energy (Environmental aspects)
How to Avoid Accidental Nuclear War
35
Nuclear warfare (Prevention)
Preventing World War III (Book Review)
38

Hungarian Diplomat: Keep Soviets on German Soil
10
Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe, German reunification, Soviet Union (Armed Forces, Germany (East))
Turn Off Rocky Flats
12
United States Dept. of Energy Rocky Flats Plant, Nuclear facilities (Safety measures)
Plutonium by the Ton
15
Plutonium metallurgy
Deep-six B90 Bomb
20
Atomic bombs (Costs)
Global warming (Book Review)
39
Science a la mode (Book Review)
39
Losing Control?
40
Losing control? (Television program) (Reviews)

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