I met a gentleman many years ago at a networking group and he invited me to meet one-on-one at his office. As we talked, he began to unveil things about his personal life. He had been a Financial Ambassador for the U.S Government to Turkey and several South American countries. That was all interesting. What was most intriguing was that his father was one of the two original scientists that had run the Manhattan Project. He then shared with me an insightful comment, ‘With everything that is known about nuclear bombs, there are still things he knows that he never shared.’ It makes you wonder, doesn’t it? Did that lack of knowledge transference cause the further development of nuclear technology to be slowed down? Could there have been different methodologies, processes, or products developed had that information been made immediately available? And, so many more unanswered questions.
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