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Topic: Re: Scientist of Century
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Brian Hutchings

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Re: Scientist of Century
Posted: Apr 28, 1998 7:05 AM
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In a previous article, ba137@lafn.org (Brian Hutchings) says:

in a parallel universe, supp[ose that
Cral sagan was not the protoge of Leo Szilard.
Carl may not have produced "The Weaponeers", but
he might have produced a "Cosmos" that was not so much
of an Asimovian Encyclopedic Tomology (that is, "classical",
or some how better) !!

>Leo "doc.Strangelove" Szilard was the guy that wrote the note
>for Einstein to sign, for the President to be gulled
>into starting the Manhattan Project;
>see http://www.larouchepub.com/wells_of_doom.html
>I think.
>

>>Not everything that a spy says needs to be believed. Wow, what an
>>insight. In Sudoplatov's case in particular, is there any reason at all
>>to believe the claims? They look pretty hollow when examined.


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