Los Alamos and end of WWII

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Los Alamos and end of WWII

Post by South » 10 Aug 2018 06:48

https://www.ladailypost.com/content/end ... los-alamos

Good morning all,

Per title.

Article mentions Robert Oppenheimer.

Article rehabilitated my blood chemistry. ROFL: [the project's HE expert] celebrates end of war "by firing off twenty-one boxes of Composition B ..."

Besides rejuvenated blood chemistry, I no longer feel existential loneliness - since I'm not alone. Nobel Prize winner Luis Alvarez was clear and concise: "...very little sympathy for their point of view, few of them had any direct experience with war or the people who had to fight it".

Article has link to Manhattan Project website.


Enroute to La Fonda Hotel, Santa Fe.............

~ Bob
eastern Virginia, USA

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