Part of the crew of the Manhattan Project. 

Building of the First Atomic Bomb During World War II

History of Studying Radioactive and Atomic Energy The first significant studies of atomic radioactivity emerged during what Lawrence Badash refers to in Rutherford and Boltwood: Letters on Radioactivity (1969) as the scientific revolution of the 1980s that “changed the face … Continue reading Building of the First Atomic Bomb During World War II

A black and white photograph of a mushroom cloud after the descent of a nuclear bomb, seen high in the sky.

The Origin and History of Nuclear Weapons to Modern Day Threats

The terms “nuclear war” and “nuclear weapons” bring a concern to world leaders and their people. For the last 100 years, nuclear weapons have brought complete destruction. Countries compete head-to-head in a nuclear arms race, in addition to the nuclear … Continue reading The Origin and History of Nuclear Weapons to Modern Day Threats

The Digitial Era

The Technical Human Error: An Observation of the Digital Transformation

The time frame in which each Industrial Revolution occurred, represents a time of immense thought and creation. The latest age of production is exceeding all other industrial periods in both efficiency and global expansion. We are in a digital age. … Continue reading The Technical Human Error: An Observation of the Digital Transformation