Sunday, June 11, 2006

But within moments, several scientists began to have second thoughts. Fermi became temporarily ill from the stress and worry. Oppenheimer at first remarked that his confidence in the human mind had been restored, but later, quoting from the epic Hindu poem, the Bhagavad-Gita, he solemnly observed, “Now I am become Death, the destroyer of worlds.” James Tuck of the British Mission summed up the thoughts of many who watched the cloud roil the summer sky: “What have we done?”

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2 comments:

abhas1 said...

You, my friend, have done..the I-dont-know-what-you-have-done thing.

Might I ask how?

Jang!! said...

No, I haven't. But someone else had. 60 years back.