RSS Feed for hydrogen bomb https://solvonauts.org/%3Faction%3Drss_search%26term%3Dhydrogen+bomb RSS Feed for hydrogen bomb STS.436 Cold War Science (MIT) STS.436 Cold War Science (MIT) The history and legacy of the Cold War on science is examined in a seminar setting for this course looking predominantly at examples in the United States Topics range from exploring scientists new political roles after World War II as elite policy makers in the nuclear age to their victimization by domestic anti Communism The course next examines the changing institutions in which the physical biological and social sciences were conducted during the postwar decades investigating the links between institutions and epistemology The course closes by considering the place of science in the post Cold War era The history and legacy of the Cold War on science is examined in a seminar setting for this course looking predominantly at examples in the United States Topics range from exploring scientists new political roles after World War II as elite policy makers in the nuclear age to their victimization by domestic anti Communism The course next examines the changing institutions in which the physical biological and social sciences were conducted during the postwar decades investigating the links between institutions and epistemology The course closes by considering the place of science in the post Cold War era http://dspace.mit.edu/handle/1721.1/49529 http://dspace.mit.edu/handle/1721.1/49529 STS.436 Cold War Science (MIT) STS.436 Cold War Science (MIT) This seminar examines the history and legacy of the Cold War on American science It explores scientist s new political roles after World War II ranging from elite policy makers in the nuclear age to victims of domestic anti Communism It also examines the changing institutions in which the physical sciences and social sciences were conducted during the postwar decades investigating possible epistemic effects on forms of knowledge The subject closes by considering the place of science in the post Cold War era This seminar examines the history and legacy of the Cold War on American science It explores scientist s new political roles after World War II ranging from elite policy makers in the nuclear age to victims of domestic anti Communism It also examines the changing institutions in which the physical sciences and social sciences were conducted during the postwar decades investigating possible epistemic effects on forms of knowledge The subject closes by considering the place of science in the post Cold War era http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/science-technology-and-society/sts-436-cold-war-science-fall-2008 http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/science-technology-and-society/sts-436-cold-war-science-fall-2008 How dangerous is North Korea? How dangerous is North Korea? Fourth nuclear test re energises bellicose tone against the US and South Korea A few announcements made by North Korea in the past two months have been making the international community uneasy Last January the country said it had successfully carried out a hydrogen bomb H bomb test as an act of self defence against the US claiming to have gained the capability to wipe out the whole US territory In February Kim Jong un s regime launched a satellite into space in a movement considered by specialists as a cover up for a ballistic missile test Albeit Pyongyang tends to overstate its accomplishments the satellite launch The post How dangerous is North Korea appeared first on OxPol Fourth nuclear test re energises bellicose tone against the US and South Korea A few announcements made by North Korea in the past two months have been making the international community uneasy Last January the country said it had successfully carried out a hydrogen bomb H bomb test as an act of self defence against the US claiming to have gained the capability to wipe out the whole US territory In February Kim Jong un s regime launched a satellite into space in a movement considered by specialists as a cover up for a ballistic missile test Albeit Pyongyang tends to overstate its accomplishments the satellite launch The post How dangerous is North Korea appeared first on OxPol http://blog.politics.ox.ac.uk/how-dangerous-is-north-korea/ http://blog.politics.ox.ac.uk/how-dangerous-is-north-korea/ STS.436 Cold War Science (MIT) The history and legacy of the Cold War on science is examined in a seminar setting for this course looking predominantly at examples in the United States Topics range from exploring scientists new political roles after World War II as elite policy makers in the nuclear age to their victimization by domestic anti Communism The course next examines the changing institutions in which the physical biological and social sciences were conducted during the postwar decades investigating the links between institutions and epistemology The course closes by considering the place of science in the post Cold War era https://dspace.mit.edu/handle/1721.1/49529 https://dspace.mit.edu/handle/1721.1/49529 STS.436 Cold War Science (MIT) This seminar examines the history and legacy of the Cold War on American science It explores scientist s new political roles after World War II ranging from elite policy makers in the nuclear age to victims of domestic anti Communism It also examines the changing institutions in which the physical sciences and social sciences were conducted during the postwar decades investigating possible epistemic effects on forms of knowledge The subject closes by considering the place of science in the post Cold War era https://ocw.mit.edu/courses/science-technology-and-society/sts-436-cold-war-science-fall-2008 https://ocw.mit.edu/courses/science-technology-and-society/sts-436-cold-war-science-fall-2008