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September 24, 2011 - 7:25 pm - by Roger L Simon
A physicist
2011-09-25 11:49:27

Greg, it’s funny how if yah get the math, science, and engineering right … then the economics and politics falls into place … and remains in-place long after the ideology-first politicians and the paid corporate shills are forgotten.

A comprehensive account of how, back in the 1950s, those nutty PhDs — including von Neumann, Ramo, et al. — launched a little enterprise called “The Computing, Electronics, and Aerospace Industry” is Neil Sheehan’s A Fiery Peace in a Cold War: Bernard Schriever and the Ultimate Weapon (Random House, 2009).

Oh yeah … in their spare time these same 1950s “Tea Pot” nutjobs who launched the computing, electronics, and aerospace industries warned us that AGW was coming.

Weird, huh? Gosh … maybe these 1950s “Tea Pot” nutjobs were 100% right?  :)   :)   :)

A Fiery Peace in a Cold War
Chapter 34: The Tea Pot Committee