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Weapons and Hope Explores Ways To Live And Survive In A Nuclear Age And Examines The Key Areas Of Public Morality, Weapons Technology, And International Policy.com

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  • Hardcover
  • 340 pages
  • Weapons and Hope
  • Freeman Dyson
  • English
  • 08 December 2018
  • 006039031X

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10 thoughts on “Weapons and Hope

  1. says:

    The sequel to Dyson s excellent autobiography Disturbing the Universe , Weapons and Hope combines chapters about his father s inadvertent career as the World War One aliies authority on the use of hand grenades with chapters dealing with truth, ignorance, and deliberate fables about how nuclear weapons ought to be used and defended against.Dyson s an authority on the subject a mathematical physicist whose career began in the US nuclear weapons development laboratory at Los Alamos, New Mexi The sequel to Dyson s excellent autobiography Disturbing the Universe , Weapons and Hope combines chapters about his father s inadvertent career as the World War One aliies authority on the use of hand grenades with chapters dealing with truth, ignorance, and deliberate fables about how nuclear weapons ought to be used and defended against.Dyson s an authority on the subject a mathematical physicist whose career began in the ...

  2. says:

    This book is sort of a sequel to the extremely good Disturbing the Univierse , though focused on nuclear disarmament It is very thought provoking not only for the material in it in the context of the time it was published 1983 , but because it constantly made me wonder what differences an updated version would have I think one misconception of the author s was to view the Soviet Union as having rough technological parity with the United States, and any developments for example along the line This book is sort of a sequel to the extremely good Disturbing the Univierse , though focused on nuclear disarmament It is very thought provoking not only for the material in it in the context of the time it was published 1983 , but because it constantly made me wonder what differences an updated version would have I think one misconception of the author s was to view the Soviet Union as having rough technological parity with the Unite...

  3. says:

    An enlightening perspective on Nuclear disarmament before the collapse of the Soviet Union.

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