Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Volume 60 Issue 6

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November
2004
Volume: 60
ISSN: 0096-3402
Page count: 84
Issue external URL: Link

Reports

Opinion

1 November 2004
Opinion
Forget about domestic issues. Whoever wins the presidency in November will be consumed with one thing–Iraq.
1 November 2004
Opinion
If Europe would help Russia get rid of more weapons uranium, it would go a long way in reducing the risk of nuclear terrorism.

Feature

1 November 2004
Feature
An expedition to the crash site of the first U.S. “broken arrow” sorts through lingering questions about the fate of an atomic practice flight.
1 November 2004
Feature
Fearful of Barry Goldwater's aggressive pro-nuclear views, scientists rallied behind Lyndon Johnson's 1964 campaign.
1 November 2004
Feature
Loose nukes, nanobots, smallpox, oh my! In this age of endless imagining, and some very real risks, which terrorist threats should be taken most seriously?
1 November 2004
Feature
A bomb is a bomb. A chemical weapon is a chemical weapon. It won't matter to the victims whether their attacker's name is Ahmed or Bill.
1 November 2004
Feature
The United States is developing a costly bio-umbrella to protect its citizens against biothreats that do not now–and may never–exist.
1 November 2004
Feature
The United States wanted the Security Council to sanction Iran, but the European Union preferred to make a deal. Now Iran appears to have backed out of their agreement …

The Center Spread

1 November 2004
The Center Spread
Gone are the days of “duck and cover.” Welcome to the twenty-first century mindset–duct tape and cover.

Review

1 November 2004
Review
Atom Bombs: The Top Secret Inside Story of Little Boy and Fat Man By John Coster-Mullen, Self-published, 2004, 359 pages; $45.00

Nuclear notebook

And Another Thing…

1 November 2004
And Another Thing…

Index

1 November 2004
Index