6 edition of Imaginary Weapons found in the catalog.
April 25, 2006 by Nation Books .
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The book opened up a whole new world to me about fringe weapons and the crazy scientists who try to promote it. For some of these scientists, belief in their radical Imaginary Weapons book weapons verges on religious belief-- despite evidence that the weapons won't ever by: 3.
Imaginary Weapons is a mean spirited attack on dedicated scientists callously selected as sacrifices to Sharon Weinberger's narrow political agenda. In her book Imaginary Weapons, Sharon Weinberger reminds us that vast amounts of the taxpayers money (about $50, per second) are spent on the technology of war.
Imaginary Weapons book. Read 15 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. How did a fluke experiment ininvolving a used dental X-ray /5. Imaginary Weapons: A Journey Through the Pentagon's Scientific Underworld - Kindle edition by Weinberger, Sharon.
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Imaginary Weapons addresses issues regarding the use of public funds for highly speculative military research. Weinberger's main theme is that a line must be drawn between "high risk, high payoff" projects, and projects which are overt wastes of money and resources, and she argues that consensus within the scientific community should play a major role in where such a line is drawn.5/5(4).
Having read “Imaginary Weapons,” having worked under conditions similar to those of Dr. Collins’ group, and having seen that the only good press her book has gotten is in leftist venues such as “the Daily Show,” NPR’s “Fresh Air,” and The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, I have to conclude that Ms.
Weinberger’s book is a mean-spirited hatchet-job. Sharon Weinberger talked about her book Imaginary Weapons: A Journey Through the Pentagon’s Scientific Underworld, published by Nation discussed the U.S. government’s history of. We are talking to the author of “Imaginary Weapons,” Sharon Weinberger.
In this book, Sharon, you remind us of the vast amount of money that is spent on the technology of war. Author Weinberger, Targeting 'Imaginary Weapons' Fresh Air. J • Sharon Weinberger's new book is Imaginary Weapons: A Journey Through the Pentagon's Scientific Underworld.
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“Imaginary Weapons” sets out to tell the story of one such project, the so-called hafnium bomb, a weapon that never existed and likely never : Tim Weiner. The Imaginary Network Expanded (INE) is a network of art sharing subreddits ranging from broad in subject to very specific. It is the goal of the INE to share, inspire, discuss and appreciate static image paintings, drawings, and digital art while maintaining artist credit and source links.
Imaginary Weapons, by Sharon Weinberger ()Speaking of the hafnium-bomb, I thought the idea sounded reasonable until I saw your website, which featured a “hafnium grenade” claimed to deliver a Author: Tim Ventura. "Imaginary Weapons provides a sometimes darkly humorous take on a more serious subject: the decline of scientific expertise among U.S.
national security agencies and the government's increasing susceptibility to hyped claims about weapons of mass destruction."--BOOK JACKETPages: The Paperback of the Imaginary Weapons: A Journey Through the Pentagon's Scientific Underworld by Sharon Weinberger at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on.
The book did a nice job explaining the jelly donut - a great explanation for both the physicist and the layperson to enjoy/5(2). Sharon Weinberger's new book is Imaginary Weapons: A Journey Through the Pentagon's Scientific Underworld. She looks at some of the wild schemes and fringe science projects under way at the Department of Defense.
Her articles have appeared in The Washington Post, Slate and Aviation Week & Space Technology. She's editor-in-chief of Defense Technology International.
Imaginary Weapons tells the story of the battle that ensued, pitting the nation's leading nuclear physicists against the Pentagon's top brass, and the military against nuclear arms control advocates, as funds and experiments for the "isomer weapon" miraculously reappeared even after the project had been shelved numerous times, even by Rating: % positive.
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Get this from a library. Imaginary weapons: a journey through the Pentagon's scientific underworld. [Sharon Weinberger] -- In this book, the author--no stranger to harebrained military schemes from her years covering the Pentagon--takes us on a wild ride through.
Imaginary Weapons: A Journey Through the Pentagon’s Scien-tific Underworldtells a real-life story that relied on implau-sible science. The book is a shocking reminder of how, in a time of hyper-inflated defense budgets, sanity can be tossed aside and real money can be squandered beyond belief in the false name of “scientific promise.”Author: John H.
Gibbons. Imaginary Weapons. Sharon Weinberger talked about her book Imaginary Weapons: A Journey Through the Pentagon’s Scientific Underworld, published by Nation.
Imaginary Weapons: A Journey Through the Pentagon's Scientific Underworld Sharon Weinberger, Author, Nation $26 (p) ISBN More By and About This Author. Imaginary Weapons by Sharon Weinberger is nominally a page book.
It is a pastiche of about 5% content from her credible publication of in the Washington Post and 95% of additional material that is being described as fiction and has not been corroborated. Good science fiction must rest upon plausible science. Sharon Weinberger's Imaginary Weapons: A Journey Through the Pentagon's Scientific Underworld tells a real-life story that relied on implau-sible science.
The book is a shocking reminder of how, in a time of hyper-inflated defense budgets, sanity can be tossed aside and real money can be squandered beyond belief in the false name of. Imaginary York: Nation Books, ISBN A nuclear isomer is an atomic nucleus which, due to having a greater spin, different shape, or differing alignment of the spin orientation and axis of symmetry, has more internal energy than the ground state nucleus with the same number of protons and neutrons.
Sharon Weinberger, ediitor-in-chief of Defense Technology International and author of the book, Imaginary Weapons: A Journey through the Pentagon's Scienctific Underworld, will come to the campus of DePauw University tomorrow.
She will present a lecture at 4 p.m. in the auditorium of the Percy Lavon Julian Science and Mathematics Center, an event which is free and open to all. Imaginary Weapons: A Journey Through the Pentagon's Scientific Underworld Times of the old suit case bombs are pretty much over.
Why carry a suitcase, when only 1 grenade will level an entire city block, buildings and all with lil to NO radiation aftereffects. Yes, that is the topic of discussion in Sharon Weinberger's.
Title: DRAW IMAGINARY WEAPONS AND MECHANICAL GIRLS book Japan manga animation: Item condition: USED but Excellent!. Book size: BIG SIZE BOOK Hcm x. Get this from a library. Imaginary weapons: a journey through the Pentagon's scientific underworld. [Sharon Weinberger] -- Traces the work of a team of fringe scientists who are working on "isomer weapon" technology--a grenade-sized bomb capable of atomic-level destruction--in an account that discusses the exorbitant.
The book is journalist Sharon Weinberger’s Imaginary Weapons: A Journey Through the Pentagon’s Scientific Underworld, and it is the story of the isomer bomb. First, what is an isomer bomb. It’s also been called the ’nuclear grenade’ or the ultimate ’dirty bomb’, and with good reasons.
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Concepts, fabricated OC cosplay weapons, etc. As long as it hasn't been done before or effectively adds functionality to a preexisting weapon, it can go here. VAPORWAR Sharon Weinberger on the Pentagon's Imaginary Weapons By Tim Ventura and Sharon Weinberger, June 19th, It's called a “hafnium bomb”, and it uses a new type of stimulated nuclear isomer technology so deadly that the Pentagon doesn't want you to even know that it exists -- and according to Sharon Weinberger, it doesn't.
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There may be lightly spot and dirt, by passing of age, but no remarkable defect. We don't feel its use where there is almost no spot and dirt, Rating: % positive. In the book, there’s a girl called Amanda and her imaginary friend called Rudger (not RODGER!).
It might remind you of your imaginary friends (apart from adults reading the book as their imagination isn’t as good as children’s). The storyline is very exciting but was a bit sad at times (we won’t tell you why because that will ruin it!)/5(83). Good science fiction must rest upon plausible science.
Sharon Weinberger’s Imaginary Weapons: A Journey Through the Pentagon’s Scientific Underworld tells a real-life story that relied on implausible science.
The book is a shocking reminder of how, in a time of hyper-inflated defense budgets, sanity can be tossed aside and real money can be squandered beyond belief in the false name of Author: John H. Gibbons. I started writing "Imaginary Spaces" back in the mids.
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Imaginary Weapons can lay the physics on a little thick for the lay reader, at times. But mostly, accompanying Weinberger on her trip through the Pentagon's pseudo-science netherworld is. In Understanding the Imaginary War: Culture, Thought and Nuclear Conflict, –90, Matthew Grant and Benjamin Ziemann present a collection of essays offering a new interpretation of the Cold War as an ‘imaginary war’.The chapters document images, reflections and cultural representations of the threat of nuclear war in Western Europe, the USSR, Japan, and the USA and among groups.
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