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Bethe

Hans Albrecht . born 1906, US physicist, born in Germany; noted for his research on astrophysics and nuclear physics: Nobel prize for physics 1967
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I highly recommend a careful reading of this in-depth presentation of the life of Hans Bethe and the challenging times that shaped him.
Hans Bethe became the symbolic head of the first group, while Edward Teller became the leading spokesman for the second group.
Klibansky studied at the prestigious Goethe Gymnasium in Frankfurt and subsequently at the progressive Odenwald school, alongside later luminaries such as the physicist Hans Bethe.
These career highlights acknowledged, the focus of Schweber's Nuclear Forces is the culture that allowed Hans Bethe to flourish.
It may be said that the book, in describing the life of Hans Bethe, also provides a chronicle of one of the most vibrant periods of twentieth-century physics and the educational system that fostered it.
Gamow humorously suggested that the eminent physicist Hans Bethe be added as an author so that the author list would read Alpher, Bethe, Gamow, a play on the first three Greek letters.
Challenged by Peters and by two respected peers from Los Alamos, physicists Hans Bethe and Victor Weisskoff, Oppenheimer tried to make amends with a public letter of retraction.
This is how Hans Bethe and his colleagues at Los Alamos interpreted a sketch that Heisenberg showed to Bohr on a visit to Copenhagen in 1941 and Bohr later sent to them.
But as early as 1968, Hans Bethe and I warned that a missile defense that cannot deal with feasible countermeasures is worse than no defense at all.