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A Hydrogen Bomb by Any Other Name by The New Yorker

This isn’t the first time that experts have sparred over what is, and what isn’t, an H-bomb. In a long, dull official speech about the budget of the Soviet Union, given in early August of 1953, Premier Georgy Malenkov announced … Continue reading

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Entangled histories: Climate science and nuclear weapons research from The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists

Climate science and nuclear weapons testing have a long and surprisingly intimate relationship. The global networks that monitored the Fukushima radiation plume and forecasted its movement are the direct descendants of systems and computer models developed to trace fallout from … Continue reading

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