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  1. British Anti-Nuclear Weapons Activists: Bertrand Russell, Freeman Dyson, Harold Pinter, Peter Taaffe, Joseph Rotblat, Walter Wolfgang
  2. How to get rid of nuclear weapons.(The Vancouver Institute: An Experiment in Public Education)(lecture by Dr Joseph Rotblat at the Vancouver Institute, ... Business Administration and Policy Analysis
  3. Ending War: The Force of Reason : Essays in Honour of Joseph Rotblat, Nl, Frs
  4. Atomic energy : a suvey / edited by J. Rotblat by Joseph (1908-2005) Rotblat, 1954-01-01
  5. Pugwash--the first ten years: history of the conferences of science and world affairs / by J. Rotblat by Joseph (1908-2005) Rotblat, 1967-01-01
  6. War No More: Eliminating Conflict in the Nuclear Age by Robert Hinde, Joseph Rotblat, 2003-08-20
  7. Towards a Nuclear-Weapon-Free World: Proceedings of the Forty-Fifth Pugwash Conference on Science and World Affairs Hiroshima, Japan 23-29 July, 1995
  8. New Scientist Volume 22 No 394 by Joseph Rotblat, 1964
  9. Science and Nuclear Weapons: Where Do We Go from Here? (The Blackaby Papers) by Joseph Rotblat, 2005-01
  10. Remember Your Humanity: Proceedings of the 47th Pugwash Conference on Science and World Affairs
  11. Remembering Bernie: Bernard Feld, who witnessed the beginning of the nuclear age, became an ardent, indefatigable champion of peace. (includes related ... from: Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists by Albert Wattenberg, Joseph Rotblat, et all 1993-05-01
  12. Science and world affairs: A history of the Pugwash Conferences by Joseph Rotblat, 1962
  13. Strategic Defences and the Future of the Arms Race: A Pugwash Symposium by England) Pugwash Symposium 1985 (London, Joseph Rotblat, et all 1987-09
  14. Nuclear Strategy and World Security. by Joseph & HELLMAN, Sven ed. ROTBLAT, 1985

41. Towards A World Without Wars - Joseph Rotblat
TOWARDS A WORLD WITHOUT WARS. by joseph rotblat. Former President, Pugwash Conferenceon Science and World Affairs, and Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, 1995.
by Joseph Rotblat Former President, Pugwash Conference on Science and World Affairs, and
Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, 1995 This lecture will be mainly about humankind and science, which is part of humankind. And since I am a scientist, I'll talk a little bit about myself. Humanity, An Endangered Species I am a man of peace. Of course, you would expect this of a person who has been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, but that doesn't necessarily follow. I am also a pacifist. I abhor war. I dislike immensely any violence. But I am not an absolute pacifist. I describe myself as something like a realistic pacifist, though that may sound like an oxymoron. I am not an absolute pacifist, because I do not believe in absolutes. Nature is so immensely rich with infinite variety of possibilities that nothing can be excluded. By the same token, nothing should be impossible. Any concept that seems out of this world can be realized if enough faith and effort are put into it. A world without war is such a concept. The theme of my lecture is to indicate to you that this is a necessary condition for the survival of humankind on this planet. You may have different views about the origin of the human species. You may take the view of the Judeo-Christian Bible that it is the deed of God on the sixth day of creation. Or you may take the other extreme, the view of the rationalists who say that human life is the result of an infinite number of seemingly random changes in the molecular structure of some parts of the body. But whatever view you take, I'm sure you will agree that life is our most precious commodity. We cannot imagine that the whole species can come to an end, least of all by the action of man. Yet, the unimaginable has now become possible.

42. Science And Civilization: Promises, Perils, Prospects By Joseph Rotblat
Keynote Speech SCIENCE AND CIVILIZATION PROMISES, PERILS, PROSPECTS.joseph rotblat. Abstract. Science plays a dominant role in modern
Science plays a dominant role in modern society, both in the intellectual and the material aspects. Growth of civilization is largely the result of the growth of science. Indeed, inasmuch as civilization depends on intellectual development, science may be said to be the extreme expression of the advance of the human intellect. The impact of science is even more pronounced in the material aspects of civilization. The technological applications of science affect every individual, in every walk of life; they can also determine the destiny of nations. Most of the advances in science that had had such a tremendous effect occurred during the 20th century, a century conspicuous for momentous changes; changes that have brought enormous benefits to all people, but also changes that bear dangers to the very existence of the human species. At the threshold of a new century we have first to note that there is no slowing down in the rate of change of science and its impact on society. Two areas of scientific innovation, biotechnology and information technology, stand out as not only the fastest growing and all-embracing, but also presenting the most profound challenges to the very basis of civilization. I do not subscribe to this bleak prognostication. While the gap between the richest and the poorest strata is by far too large, in absolute terms there is a general and steady increase in the various parameters that define quality of life and the state of civilization; this is particularly the case in education, which is constantly improving, and is an irreversible process.

43. Joseph Rotblat
Translate this page Rappelez-vous avant tout de votre humanité». rotblat est né à Varsovie(Pologne), où il obtient son doctorat de physique en 1936.
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Pacifisme, scientifique Projet Manhattan Manifeste Russell-Einstein Pugwash , avec qui il partage le prix Nobel de la paix en 1995. Le Projet Manhattan

44. Books By Joseph Rotblat
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(showing 1-20) The Arms Race at a Time of Decision : Annals of Pugwash, 1983
by Joseph Rotblat Alessandro Pascolini (Editor)
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by Joseph Rotblat A. Pascolini Book - January 1984 The Arms Race at a Time of Decision : Annals of Pugwash, 1983 by Joseph Rotblat A. Pascolini Paperback - January 1984 Atoms and the Universe by G. O. Jones Joseph Rotblat G.J. Whitrow Book - January 1973 - 3rd The British Nuclear Weapons Programme : 1952-2002 by Frank Barnaby (Editor), Joseph Rotblat (Foreword By) Hardcover - August 2003 List price: $75.00 The British Nuclear Weapons Programme : 1952-2002 by Frank Barnaby (Editor)

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47. Joseph Rotblat
joseph rotblat believes scientists must bear a moral responsibility for theirdiscoveries. The building of the atomic bomb is the tale of the century.
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Philip Morrison Scientific American Aug 95 (extract) The Trinity test, the first test of a nuclear bomb went off as planned on July 16th 1945 , leaving life-long indelible memories. None is as vivid for me as that brief flash of heat on my face, sharp as noonday for a watcher 10 miles away in the cold desert predawn, while our own false sun rose on the earth set again. For most of the 2,000 technical people at Los Alamos-civilians military and student-soldiers-that was was the climax of our actions. The terrifying deployment less than a month later appeared as anticlimax, out of hands, far away. The explicit seaming had hoped for never came; the nucler transformation of warfare was kept secret from the world until disclosed by the fires of Hiroshima. Nudear War in Embryo Legacy of the Bomb

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49. The Joseph Rotblat Lecture (EU PAL DVD)
The joseph rotblat Lecture (EU PAL DVD), Professor joseph rotblat isan eminent physicist who was awarded the Nobel Peace prize in 1995.
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Check out the Pari centre for New Learning for : The Joseph Rotblat Lecture (EU PAL DVD) Professor Joseph Rotblat is an eminent physicist who was awarded the Nobel Peace prize in 1995.
He was secretary general of Pugwash from 1957 to 1973 and president from 1988.
Pugwash is an international group of scientists who hold peace conferences regularly to discuss world problems and possible solutions.
This lecture was given in conjunction with the Toda Peace Institute.
The Elimination of War - A Necessity for Humankind Recorded at Taplow Court September 1997
The DVD contains the following segments:
Chapter 1: Introductions
Chapter 3: Russel Einstein Manifesto Chapter 4: Nuclear fission and the Atom Bomb Chapter 5: Nuclear Deterance Chapter 6: Theodore Taylor.

50. Bulletin 20 - Open Letter By Sir Joseph Rotblat
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Open Letter by Sir Joseph Rotblat
Sir Joseph Rotblat , recipient of the 1995 Nobel Peace Prize, has sent the following Open Letter to the University of California Community. He asks the students, faculty and staff of the University to "raise your voices and demand that the University get out of the business of making weapons of mass destruction".
Dear Students, Faculty and Staff of the UC Community: My name is Joseph Rotblat. I am 93 years old. I worked as a scientist on the Manhattan Project to create the atomic bomb. I resigned from this project in late 1944 when I realized that the Germans would not succeed in creating their own atomic weapons and therefore the Allied powers would not need these weapons to deter the Germans. Since that time I have worked for a world free of nuclear weapons. In 1955, I was one of 11 signatories of the Russell-Einstein Manifesto warning humanity about growing nuclear dangers. In 1957, I was a founder of the Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs. In 1995, I received the Nobel Prize for Peace along with Pugwash for our efforts to rid the world of nuclear weapons. I am writing to ask you to take a great step forward for humanity by disassociating your great University from the oversight and management of the US nuclear weapons laboratories. For more than 50 years, the UC system has provided respectability to these laboratories that carry out research, develop and test nuclear weapons that could destroy civilization and probably the human species.

51. Bulletin 20 - Joseph Rotblat
Bulletin 20 Author. joseph rotblat. shared in 1995 the Nobel Peace Price with thePugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs. E-mail
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please lets us know Link to Vega add us to your website Contact us by phone, post, e-mail, or the web Born in Warsaw in 1908, Joseph Rotblat has had an incredible career spanning nuclear, radiation and medical physics, and international affairs. He worked on the Manhattan Atomic Bomb project during the second world war and then uniquely, quit the project a few months before the war ended when it became clear that Germany would not be able to develop nuclear weapons of its own for use against the allies. He later worked on medical radiation physics and co-founded the Pugwash organisation, a series of conferences focusing on science and world affairs. In 1995 Pugwash and Rotblat were jointly awarded the Nobel peace prize for their efforts to diminish the part played by nuclear arms in international politics and, in the longer run, to eliminate such arms. He is still extremely active in politics and world affairs, as well as the work of Pugwash. These clips form part of an extended archive of interviews developed by Vega.

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Joseph Rotblat, born in Poland in 1908, won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1995. He shared the prize with the Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs, which he chairs, for "their efforts to diminish the part played by nuclear arms in international politics and, in the longer run, to eliminate such arms." The Conferences are based on the recognition of the responsibility fo scientists for their inventions, and the catastrophic consequences of some of our new weapons.
Dr. Rotblat worked on the development of the atom bomb, and was one of the scientists to walk off of the Manhattan Project in protest. In 1955, he was one of eleven leading scientists invited to be signatories on the Russell-Einstein Manifesto, a resolution drafted by Bertrand Russel and Albert Einstein calling on world leaders of the time to peacefully resolve conflicts and avoid a nuclear war that would have disastrous effects for mankind. (for full manifesto click here ). The manifesto has been said to have been the founding document of the peace movement. It certainly formed the foundation of thought for the Pugwash Conferences.

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Professor Joseph Rotblat Joseph Rotblat was Professor of Physics at the University of London at St. Bartholomew's Hospital Medical College and the hospital's Chief Physicist from 1950 to 1976. In 1955 Professor Rotblat was one of the eleven signatories of the Russell-Einstein Manifesto, which invited scientists from around the world to ward off the danger of nuclear weapons being used again. He founded the Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs in 1957 and served as its secretary-general and later as its president for forty years. In 1995 Dr. Rotblat and Pugwash received the Nobel Prize for Peace. He is the author of over 300 publications.
Professor Joseph Rotblat Professor Rotblat visited the Boston area this past October to deliver a keynote address at the New England Organizing Conference for Nuclear Weapons Abolition (see below). On a break from the conference, he kindly consented to visit the Center for an interview. What follows are excerpts of his remarks on the motivation for his lifelong devotion to nuclear abolition, the mission of Pugwash, and the social responsibility of scientists.
What motivated you to devote yourself to the nuclear abolition movement?

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J³zef Rotblat , or sometimes incorrectly Joseph Rotblat (born November 4 ) is a Polish (though with British citizenship) physicist who received the Nobel Peace Prize in in conjuction with the Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs , an organization of scientists which he headed at the time, for their efforts towards nuclear disarmament Rotblat was born in Lodz in central Poland. He graduated from the University of Warsaw and until he worked at the university, the Radium Institute in Warsaw and other scientific institutions. He went to Liverpool on a scientific grant and was struck by the fighting in World War II . In Britain he collaborated with James Chadwick , and during the war he was involved in the Manhattan project but left when he had found out that it was leading to an arms race He became one of the most prominent critics of the nuclear arms race and, with Bertrand Russell , founded the Pugwash organization. Despite the Iron Curtain and the Cold War he advocated establishing links between scientists from the West and East. Just as the

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