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Atomic Scientist Taylor Became Nuclear Opponent

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Atomic Scientist Taylor Became Nuclear Opponent

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Atomic Scientist Taylor Became Nuclear Opponent

Atomic Scientist Taylor Became Nuclear Opponent

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Nuclear physicist Theodore Taylor built bombs at Los Alamos, but came to see nuclear technology as a worldwide danger. He died last week at the age of 79. Hear NPR's Melissa Block and Freeman Dyson of the Institute for Advanced Studies, a fellow physicist and friend of Taylor's.

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