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2015
September 2015
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Did "Big Science" pioneer Ernest Lawrence believe that Japan should have been warned before Hiroshima?
2013
August 2013
23
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Did Klaus Fuchs tell the Soviet Union how to make a hydrogen bomb? Recently released documents from the Russian archives shed new light on the question.
January 2013
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The colorful physicist's postwar concerns about the teaching of nuclear physics, and an H-bomb doodle.
2012
September 2012
28
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A debate by Leo Szilard and Edward Teller on the moral responsibility of the scientist just before the bombing of Hiroshima.
12
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What drove Edward Teller to push for a 10,000 megaton hydrogen bomb?
July 2012
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A rare first-hand account of the first atomic bomb test, from the President of Harvard University.
11Edward Teller by Paul Shutzer for LIFE magazine (1957)
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Even the real Dr. Strangelove dreaded getting judged by the standards of "loyalty" required for a security clearance.
April 2012
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Visions
A selection of Time magazine covers featuring nuclear weapons topics over the decades.
February 2012
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The famous collaboration that led to the creation of the hydrogen bomb.
2011
December 2011
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Edward Teller's (self-serving) version of the history of the hydrogen bomb, from 1953.
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Meditations
What was Dr. Strangelove's proposal for up-staging the Soviets after Sputnik? Shooting an atomic bomb at the moon. Seriously.
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