4 edition of The Second Nuclear Era found in the catalog.
The Second Nuclear Era
Alvin Martin Weinberg
by Praeger Publishers
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||439|
This book is his autobiography and it's peppered with first-hand accounts of major historical events. He writes about the events of December 2, , when Fermi set into motion Alvin Weinberg is one of the most influential nuclear engineers physicists in the U.S., having participated in many high profile projects from the early days of nuclear /5(12). Nuclear-related books in the personal collection of the webmaster. Includes pro-, con-, government, etc.. This list does not include all government documents in my collection. See end for list of video titles. It is also missing a collection of books currently stored at a distant location. For a list of nuclear reactors in the United States.
The first nuclear era is coming to a close. Alvin Weinberg's fascinating account of his seminal role in that era gives the reader an insider's look at how nuclear energy developed, how it faltered, and how and why it may yet rise again. The First Nuclear Era is a well written, informative, insightful and engaging autobiography with observations Cited by: 4. The Second Nuclear Era: A New Start for Nuclear Power by Alvin M. Weinberg (Contributor) avg rating — 0 ratings — published
Command and control was a primary issue in the first nuclear age. It remains an issue in the second nuclear age, but this talk does not deal with it. The core features of the second nuclear age: 1. An n-player game. The system is far more complicated in the second nuclear age because it is an n-player game—a multiplayer game. Walter Russell Mead reviews Paul Bracken's "The Second Nuclear Age: Strategy, Danger, and the New Power Politics.".
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(page 38). For these reasons, Weinberg believed in a Second Nuclear Era that would be based on reactors that are orders of magnitude safer than LWRs and therefore acceptable to the general public.
He also wrote about the potential of thorium (pages).Cited by: In short, we have entered the second nuclear age. In this provocative and agenda-setting book, Paul Bracken of Yale University argues that we need to pay renewed attention to nuclear weapons and how their presence will transform the way crises develop and escalate/5(27).
When I picked this book up, I expected a dry but insightful look at nuclear strategy for the 21st century. "The Second Nuclear Age" was far more interesting and much more engaging than I expected; it was also quite succinct in its analysis which enabled it to cover a great deal of ground without repetition/5.
Frank in its tone and farsighted in its analysis, The Second Nuclear Age is the essential guide to the new rules of international politics. Read more Read less The Amazon Book ReviewCited by: For these reasons, Weinberg believed in a Second Nuclear Era that would be based on reactors that are orders of magnitude safer than LWRs and therefore acceptable to the general public.
He also wrote about the potential of thorium (pages).5/5. In short, we have entered the second nuclear age. In this provocative and agenda-setting book, Paul Bracken of Yale University argues that we need to pay renewed attention to nuclear weapons and how their presence will transform the way crises develop and by: In short, we have entered the second nuclear this provocative and agenda-setting book, Paul Bracken of Yale University argues that we need to pay renewed attention to nuclear weapons and how their presence will transform the way crises develop and escalate.
He draws on his years of experience analyzing defense strategy to make the case 4/5(5). Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version. Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (M), or click on a page image below to browse page by by: Buy The Second Nuclear Era: A New Start for Nuclear Power by Alvin Weinberg (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
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The defense strategist Keith B. Payne was one of the first to use the expression in his book, Deterrence in the Second Nuclear Age ; the concept is most closely associated with Yale University’s Paul Bracken, author of Fire in the East: The Rise of Asian Military Power and the Second Nuclear Age (), who warned about the destabilizing proliferation of technology in the post-Cold.
The Second Nuclear Age NPR coverage of The Second Nuclear Age: Strategy, Danger, and the New Power Politics by Paul Bracken. News, author interviews, critics' picks and more. OTHER BOOKS. Fire in the East: The Rise of Asian Military Power and the Second Nuclear Age; a proactive policy as opposed to the reactive caution of the first nuclear era.
There are no. The First Nuclear Era is Alvin Weinberg's autobiography, the memoirs of a most influential American nuclear engineer/physicist. These reminiscences date from the dawning of the nuclear age in the early s to the present.
It is the story of one notable scientist's life and times and a look back at one of humankind's most ambitious endeavors: the attempt to harness and safely distribute 5/5(1). Thus an LWR adequate for a Second Nuclear Era ought to be available well before the year If the incrementally improved LWR is to be the only option available for a Second Nuclear Era, there may be little that government or the nuclear enterprise need do beyond what is now being by: 4.
Alas, Babylon is a novel by American writer Pat Frank (the pen name of Harry Hart Frank). It was one of the first apocalyptic novels of the nuclear age and has remained popular more than half a century after it was first published, consistently ranking in 's Top 20 Science Fiction Short Stories list (which groups together short story collections and novels) and has an entry in Author: Pat Frank.
Enabling the Second Nuclear Era Presented to the NIC/ETEC Nuclear Supplier Workshop Thomas Zacharia Director Oak Ridge, Tennessee September 6, 2 NuclSuppliers_ Clinton Laboratories, Production of plutonium for chemical and engineering research Construction of the world’s first operational.
Unlike the Cold War era, the Second Nuclear Age presents a bigger, multiplayer game. This means the Second Nuclear Age holds a greater danger of nuclear war starting through regional conflicts. National security strategies that still focus only on bilateral big-power standoffs like the United States vs.
Russia or China vs. Russia overlook the. The fear of U.S. by Iran and others may be a catalyst of the second nuclear age. Therefore the issue of spread of nuclear weapons is linked with the question of the U.S. global hegemony. It is a question of Grand Strategy, not merely of "management".
What the book misses is an ejection of grand strategic and ethics-related probing/5(24).Discovery and development – Henri Becquerel notices that uranium gives off an unknown radiation which fogs photographic film.
– Marie Curie discovers thorium gives off a similar radiation. She calls it radioactivity. – Ernest Rutherford begins to speak of the possibility of atomic. In The Second Nuclear Age, he argues that the second age of nuclear politics has arrived and the U.S.
must face a new nuclear reality. Author Warns 'Second Nuclear Age' Is Here Listen.