lemur Posted August 2, 2011 Share Posted August 2, 2011 First off, hello to those who remember me from when I used to participate in the forum regularly. I was reading the book, Hitler's Scientists, by John Cornwell and another book was cited (can't remember the name of that one, sorry) that credited Heisenberg with the ethical feat of preventing Nuclear weapons from being developed by the Nazis first. This sounds as if Heisenberg was being lauded for obfuscation. Do you think this is a valid interpretation of the role Heisenberg played in the practical development of nuclear technologies? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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