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Video recorded in 2002, three years before his death scientist and Nobel Peace Laureate Sir Joseph Rotblat discusses his life and his work in an interview with Sir Harry Kroto and Edward Goldwyn.  This rare footage is part of a series of unedited tapes making one complete interview which was completed in 2005 in interview 2.





Tape 7:

Meeting the Japanese physicist working on the measurements of the nuclear fall-out on the `Lucky Dragon` fishing boat.
Fission from uranium 238 and the realisation of a 3 stage bomb instead of a 2 stage bomb.
Publishing the results in Atomic Scientist Review in 1955.
Interviews cancelled with the BBC by Churchill.
Tried to get scientists to unit against further development of the bomb.
Travelling education exhibition.
Government`s view.
Bertrand Russell.
Russell-Einstein Manifesto.
Call for scientists to discuss the problem.
First meeting in Pugwash.


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