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Oppenheimer

J(ulius) Robert. 1904--67, US nuclear physicist. He was director of the Los Alamos laboratory (1943--45), which produced the first atomic bomb. He opposed the development of the hydrogen bomb (1949) and in 1953 was alleged to be a security risk. He was later exonerated
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The films The story of the Manhattan Project has been told in several Hollywood films, including Fat Man and Little Boy (aka The Shadow Makers) in 1989 starring Paul Newman as an Army General and Dwight Schultz as Oppenheimer.
But now, hundreds of newly declassified pages from the hearings suggest that Oppenheimer was anything but disloyal.
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And Oppenheimer emerged as a luminary of almost blinding power.
Cole's conversational tone sweeps readers through the events that led Oppenheimer to ultimately create a world of his own: the Exploratorium, a revolutionary science museum in San Francisco dedicated to thinking, tinkering and rumpuses of all sorts.
As part of Friday's program, Oppenheimer will also screen the unfinished opening credits featuring stick figures of Lucy and Desi as well as some never-before-seen color footage of the ``I Love Lucy'' set and cast that was secretly taken by an audience member.
Authorities believed the exemption would have a favorable affect, "but the measure was not welcomed by scrap companies," Oppenheimer said.
To be recognized with three important awards is a great honor and a tremendous tribute to the hard work and outstanding performance delivered by the Oppenheimer International Bond Fund investment team.
In The Flickering Mind, Oppenheimer amplifies his earlier theme by visiting schools around the country to get a firsthand glimpse of how technology is or is not working in schools.
ROBERT OPPENHEIMER was born 22 April 1904, a centenary that has already been marked by a two-day conference at the University of California at Berkeley where, jointly with the California Institute of Technology, he spent much of his life as a theoretical physicist.
Three years prior to his testimony before McCarthy's subcommittee, Crouch and his wife (who had also been a member of the Communist Party) had similarly testified regarding Oppenheimer before the California Legislature's Committee on Un-American Activities.
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