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Blair Underwood

Blair Underwood (born August 25, 1964) is an American actor. With appearances on the ABC soap opera "One Life To Live" and the television series "L.A. Law", he is most acknowledged for his role in the movie, "Full Frontal".

title="Werner Heisenberg">Werner Heisenberg, Otto Hahn, and Carl von Weizsacker) were sequestered in England for several months. Their discussions were secretly taped, and transcipts of those tapes have been released.

In the end, ALSOS concluded that the Allies had surpassed the German atomic bomb effort monumentally by 1942. Compared to the Manhattan Project, one of the largest scientific endeavors of all time, the German project was considerably underfunded and understaffed, and it is questionable whether Germany would have had the resources or isolation which were required for the Allies to produce such a weapon. Goudsmit, in a monograph published two years after the end of the war, further concluded that a principle reason for the failure of the German project was that science could not flourish under totalitarianism -- an argument seemingly rebutted by the Soviet Union's development of a nuclear weapon by 1949.

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