[ RadSafe ] D-Day the 6th of June, 1944
lars.ingeman at telia.com
Thu Jun 7 05:29:48 CDT 2012
Professor Werner Heisenberg whispered to his old friend professor Niels Bohr
that Germany did not develop an atomic bomb when they met in Copenhagen
during the second world war time.
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Sorry, Maury, to disturb your enthusiasmus a little. From the extensive
literature available (I have dozens of mostly US books on the topic) it is
more than well known, that Germany never had the slightest chance to develop
within decades an atomic bomb and Japan was not even trying to do so.
Please accept this correction and my scepticism.
I missed the Venus transit - from my profession I rather pay attention to
those tiny particles in atoms than to huge planets.......
> In the meantime, the US, Germany, and Japan continue their urgent
> efforts to devise a workable atomic bomb -- one more of mankind's
> ultimate weapons which began a little while ago with clubs .... we do
> keep trying.
> Maury&Dog [MaurySiskel maurysis at peoplepc.com]
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