Atomic Bomb Links
- The Alan Sokal article, Transgressing
the Boundaries: An Afterword, that I mentioned in class on Tuesday
- A CNN site on the Cold
War recommended by Anthony. There looks to be a lot of good
and Diagrams of the Atomic Bomb. Some pretty good technical info here.
- The Leo Szilard home page.
of many of the scientists we've been reading about.
Technology, and Culture at UC Santa Barbara. There are about a
billion annotated links here. Looks pretty useful.
Questions and Answers. Good, basic information about radiation
and its effects from the University of Wisconsin.
- An amazing collection of World War II
Links. Lots and lots of stuff here, including maps, many oral
histories and interviews, and atomic bomb info.
- A lecture on
nuclear power from a Physics of Energy
and The Environment taught at the University of Oregon. Some good
images and lots of information and links here.
Links. Another large, well-organized page of links.
- Anthony Yartel reports that Anne Swann has found a good website,
Nagasaki. This site is very well done and has some extraordinary
photographs and commentary. Highly recommended.
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