Physics & Society: January 2010

Volume 39, Number 1

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Editor’s Comments
Cameron Reed
Articles
Panel Discussion on the International Monitoring System of the Comprehensive Test-Ban Treaty: The North Korean Test of October 2006 and Future Prospects
Steven Biegalski
Nuclear Non-Proliferation: The Future Depends On Us
Pierre Goldschmidt
Preserving the Hanford B-Reactor: A Monument to the Dawn of the Nuclear Age
Robert F. Potter
Global Warming: Lessons from Ozone Depletion
Art Hobson
Commentary
Stimulating Renewable Energy Education in the U.S. and Beyond: One 72-year Old Physicist’s Second Career
Robert Ehrlich
Letters
Letters to the Editor
Carl G. Ribbing, Jerry Cuttler
Opportunities
Opportunities
Wayne State job; Mather Internship
Reviews
Evolution vs. Creationism & But Is It Science?
Reviewed by Lawrence S. Lerner
Energy, Environment, and Climate
By Richard Wolfson, Reviewed by Art Hobson

Physics and Society is the non-peer-reviewed quarterly newsletter of the Forum on Physics and Society, a division of the American Physical Society. It presents letters, commentary, book reviews and articles on the relations of physics and the physics community to government and society. It also carries news of the Forum and provides a medium for Forum members to exchange ideas. Opinions expressed are those of the authors alone and do not necessarily reflect the views of the APS or of the Forum. Contributed articles (up to 2500 words, technicalities are encouraged), letters (500 words), commentary (1000 words), reviews (1000 words) and brief news articles are welcome. Send them to the relevant editor by e-mail (preferred) or regular mail.

Editor: Cameron Reed, Alma College, Alma, MI 48801, reed@alma.edu. Assistant Editor: Jonathan Wurtele, UC-Berkeley, wurtele@berkeley.edu. Reviews Editor: Art Hobson, ahobson@uark.edu. Electronic Media Editor: Andrew Post-Zwicker, azwicker@pppl.gov. Editorial Board: Ruth Howes, rhowes@bsu.edu; Barbara Levi, bglevi@msn.com; Lee Schroeder, lsschroeder@lbl.gov. Layout at APS: Leanne Poteet, poteet@aps.org. Website for APS: webmaster@aps.org. Physics and Society can be found on the Web.