Reconsidering the paternity of the H-bomb [sound recording] : an interview with Richard Garwin / on All Things Considered, Public Radio International, 2001 April 25.

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Garwin, Richard L. Reconsidering the paternity of the H-bomb [sound recording] : an interview with Richard Garwin / on All Things Considered, Public Radio International, 2001 April 25.

Reconsidering the paternity of the H-bomb [sound recording] : an interview with Richard Garwin / on All Things Considered, Public Radio International, 2001 April 25.

Tape and transcript of the April 25, 2001 broadcast of All Things Considered on National Public Radio; one portion is an interview with Richard Garwin on the subject of the paternity of the H-bomb. In a private interview in 1979, Edward Teller maintained that Garwin was the real designer of the first H-bomb. Interviewed by Robert Siegel.

1 audio cassette (10 min.)Transcript : 12 pp.

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American physicist. From the description of Papers, 1947-1996. (University of California, San Diego). WorldCat record id: 38031202 Richard Lawrence Garwin was born in 1928. Physicist; received Ph.D. in 1949, University of Chicago under Enrico Fermi. On Fermi's invitation, Garwin went to Los Alamos National Laboratory in 1950. At this time appointed faculty position at University of Chicago. According to Edward Teller, was instrumental in creating the first hydrogen bomb. In ...