Why... did a quarter of the 65 present and former employees of Oak Ridge National Laboratory who viewed Carter Hydrick’s presentation of Critical Mass at the American Museum of Science and Energy purchase the book?
Why...? did Texas A&M University’s professor of military science history Dr. Anthony Stranges, who had defended the traditional history of the atomic bomb against Critical Mass in two television news broadcasts, after reviewing Carter Hydrick’s documentation and reading the book, reverse his position and endorse Critical Mass, and obtain a university grant for Mr. Hydrick to present his findings to the university’s chapter of the national collegiate historical honors society (Phi Alpha Theta)?
Why...? does retired director of the Los Alamos National Laboratory’s Weapons Program Office, Dr. Delmar Bergen, endorse Critical Mass?
Why...? does distinguished professor emeritus of history Dr. Douglas Tobler recommend that scholars and laymen interested in modern history read Critical Mass?
Because what Carter Hydrick discovered and has written in Critical Mass provides compelling new information about what Dr. Tobler calls "an important, perhaps even critical, chapter in our modern history." The Nazis did surrender enriched uranium and other atomic bomb components to the United States that, according to the evidence, were used in the bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Now you can find out how it happened! Read Critical Mass: How Nazi Germany Surrendered Enriched Uranium for the United States’ Atomic Bomb.
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"A coherent and well researched history of events that have been covered up for half a century--exciting and revealing!" -- Otis Maclay Pacifica Radio Host
"Certainly leads the experienced physicist to believe...." -- Dr. Delmar Bergen, retired Former Deputy Director, Theoretical Weapons Design Division; Former Director, Weapons Program Office Los Alamos National Laboratory
"Critical Mass offers...important new information about the race for the atomic bomb." -- Dr. Anthony Stranges Associate Professor of History Texas A&M University
"The assertion in Critical Mass that the uranium surrendered...was [enriched uranium] is certainly a credible conclusion...." -- Dr. Gary Sandquist 2003-2004 Visiting Instructor, Nuclear Engineering United States Military Academy, West Point Nuclear Engineering Department Head University of Utah
"Well-researched, well-reasoned, well-written. [A] persuasive argument...[that]...deserves be taken seriously...." -- Dr. Douglas F. Tobler Professor Emeritus of History Brigham Young University
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Book Description Whitehurst & Company, 2004. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0975985310