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Was H-bomb Stolen from Americans?
30.12.2008 19:45
Was H-bomb Stolen from Americans?

A book claiming that Soviet scientists stole the idea of hydrogen bomb from Americans is going to be published in the USA soon.
      
      In support of their hypothesis the authors expound the argument among Soviet nuclear physicists about who played the main role in creation of the bomb, as well as statements that the whole thing had something to do with espionage.
      
      The book The Nuclear Express: A Political History of the Bomb and Its Proliferation by Thomas Reed and Danny Stillman will see the light in January, yet already now it can be pre-ordered in the Amazon online shop. It makes an attempt to discern the role of espionage net in transmitting of nuclear weapon secrets all over the world.
      
      The authors note that the USSR got the secret of H-bomb in the laboratory of Los Alamos, New Mexico, and even give a description of the man suspected of espionage for the Russians, without mentioning his name, however. Thus, according to their allegation the man was born in the USA, grew up in another country, mixed with communists, and during World War Two worked in the above mentioned laboratory and was closely connected with American developments of H-bomb.
      
      One of the physicists also working in the laboratory from 1965 to 2000 at a certain point suspected that person and reported to FBI, yet the investigation deadlocked and was stopped. The supposed spy has not lived to see this day.
      
      Source: www.gorod.lv
      


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