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" Nobody will blame Teller because the calculations of 1946 were wrong, especially because adequate computing machines were not then available. But he was blamed at Los Alamos for leading the Laboratory, and indeed the whole country, into an adventurous... "
Adventures of a Mathematician - Page 11
de S. M. Ulam - 1991 - 329 pages
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March to Armageddon

Ronald E. Powaski
...incorrect. "Nobody will blame Teller because the calculations of 1946 were wrong," Bethe wrote. "But he was blamed at Los Alamos for leading the laboratory,...himself must have known to have been very incomplete." 25 Minds less scrupulous than Teller's would develop his argument that the H-bomb could have been built...
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The Advisors: Oppenheimer, Teller, and the Superbomb

Herbert Frank York - 1989 - 201 pages
...erroneous calculations of 1946, especially because adequate computers were not then available. But he was blamed at Los Alamos for leading the Laboratory,...an adventurous program on the basis of calculations that he must have known to have been very incomplete. The technical skepticism of the GAC, on the other...
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The American Atom: A Documentary History of Nuclear Policies from the ...

Philip L. Cantelon, Richard G. Hewlett - 1991 - 369 pages
...of 1946 were wrong, especially because adequate computing machines were not then available. But he was blamed at Los Alamos for leading the Laboratory,...must have known to have been very incomplete. The technical skepticism of the GAC on the other hand had turned out to be far more justified than the...
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The Making of the Atomic Bomb

Richard Rhodes - 2012 - 928 pages
...of 1946 were wrong, especially because adequate computing machines were not then available. But he was blamed at Los Alamos for leading the Laboratory,...must have known to have been very incomplete. The technical skepticism of the GAC on the other hand had turned out to be far more justified than the...
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Life Under a Cloud: American Anxiety about the Atom

Allan M. Winkler - 1999 - 290 pages
...blamed him for making mistakes, especially at a time when adequate computers were not available. "But he was blamed at Los Alamos for leading the Laboratory,...an adventurous program on the basis of calculations that he must have known to have been very incomplete."41 By the end of 1950, Teller was desperate to...
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In the Shadow of the Bomb: Bethe, Oppenheimer, and the Moral Responsibility ...

Silvan S. Schweber - 2000 - 260 pages
...over the development of the H-bomb in the fall of 1949, Bethe blamed Teller "for leading Los Alamos, and indeed the whole country, into an adventurous program on the basis of calculations that he must have known to have been very incomplete" (York 1989, 172). 61. Oppenheimer 1955, 94. 62....
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