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Bodanis on “pre-Hiroshima and post-Hiroshima steel”

From David Bodanis, “E=mc². A Biography of the World’s Most Famous Equation,” Walker Publishing Company, Inc., 2000. Footnote 191 . . . “there were hundreds of open-air tests: Which is how pre-World War I German battleships—or at least parts of them—have … Continue reading

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