Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Volume 64 Issue 5

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November
2008
Volume: 64
ISSN: 0096-3402
Page count: 44
Issue external URL: Link

Feature

1 November 2008
Feature
Conventional wisdom suggests that addressing environmental ills will require wealthy societies to sacrifice their standards of living. But that depends on how you view sacrifice.
1 November 2008
Feature
How can the international community limit access to the full nuclear fuel cycle, while protecting nations' rights to develop it? The Antarctic Treaty's framework may be a guide.
1 November 2008
Feature
Abolishing nuclear weapons is a good idea in theory. In practice, however, it would be impossible to verify and would make the world less safe.
1 November 2008
Feature
His strident views on nuclear energy and nuclear weapons have earned him legions of detractors, but Sen. Pete domenici's positive imprint on nonproliferation policy is undeniable.
1 November 2008
Feature
Hype about the burgeoning future of nuclear power is rampant, but the facts tell a different story. The nuclear power industry is in a state of global decline–a situation that isn't going to change in the

Passings

1 November 2008
Passings
THE SCIENCE AND ARMS CONTROL COMMUNITIES LOST A NUMBER OF DISTINGUISHED AND INFLUENTIAL MEMBERS THIS YEAR. HERE, FRIENDS AND COLLEAGUES OFFER THEIR RECOLLECTIONS OF A FEW OF THE DEPARTED.

In Review

1 November 2008
In Review

Nuclear notebook

Letters

1 November 2008
Letters
Shortly before his death on August 31, Joseph Rotblat, one of the Bulletin's original (and brightest) guiding lights, graciously penned the following letter to the editor. His unwavering voice for peace will be deeply missed.

The Bulletin Board

1 November 2008
The Bulletin Board
The Doomsday Clock has been many things to many people, but never the centerpiece of a quilt. Until now.

Turn back the clock

1 November 2008
Turn back the clock

Biosecurity

1 November 2008
Biosecurity

The Bulletin Interview

1 November 2008
The Bulletin Interview
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