Quarreling geneticists and a diplomat.

  title={Quarreling geneticists and a diplomat.},
  author={James F. Crow},
  volume={140 2},
I N the 1950s the hydrogen bomb was new; it was also fearsome. Some of the test explosions produced debris that was dispersed by high-altitude winds, dropping radioactive fallout over an entire hemisphere. Some geneticists feared that mutations induced by the radiation would constitute a significant genetic hazard to future generations. Other people argued… CONTINUE READING
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