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Features

Working (and Not Working) on Weapons
by Kenneth W. Ford, Former Executive Director and CEO, American Institute of Physics

Something Happened in Albuquerque

Conference Preliminaries: The Trinity Site Visit
by Christina Aragona, Drew University SPS Reporter

Ethics Recommendations from the Congress

Overview of the Congress
by Kit Wobeter and Eric Hemesath, Coe College SPS Reporters

Science Ethics
by John Marburger, Director, Office of Science and Technology Policy, Executive Office of the President

Departments

The Director's Corner
by Gary D. White

Letters to the Editor

Spotlight on "Hidden Physicists"

Elegant Connections in Physics: Albert Einstein’s Dissertation
by Dwight E. Neuenschwander

Sigma Pi Sigma Development Committee Featured

2004 Alumni Contributors to Sigma Pi Sigma

Spring 2005

On the cover
The MIKE Test

On November 1, 1952, a 10.4
megaton thermonuclear
explosion code-named MIKE
ushered in the thermonuclear
age. The island of Elugelab in
the Eniwetok Atoll, was
completely vaporized.

From atomicarchive.com,
used by permission.



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