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Since I am 'scientifically challenged' I would not normally pick up a book about the making of the Atom Bomb. Read morePublished 15 days ago by G. Lundmark
This book is a chatty history of the Manhattan projects with great insight and anecdotes of the many important players.Published 18 days ago by Rosebud
I recommend this book as a good read for those interested in the development of the Bomb and how that process impacted American science . Read morePublished 1 month ago by chemist_of_berkeley
A fabulous read! Reads like a novel with fully formed characters, inviting scenes and fleshed in background. An introduction to the science behind the atom bomb and its making. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Evelyn Bodek Rosen
This is the Oct. selection for my Literary group and it's a good one. Lots of human
interest as well as facts about the Manhatten Project.
A wonderful,comprehensive account of the Los Alamos project from a human point of viewPublished 3 months ago by William Spencer
With family living in the Taos area for some time, we have had the pleasure to travel throughout New Mexico cities and pueblos many times. Read morePublished 3 months ago by studebhawk