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Frank Doubts If Peron Has Atom

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There is no way of knowing whether Argentina has been able to discover a cheap method of producing atom bombs, Phillip G. Frank, lecturer on Physics and Mathematics, said last night. In the early 1930's Frank taught Dr. Ronald Richter, supposed head of the Argentine program.

Several prominent German physicists escaped to Argentina after the war, Frank said, and they may have been able to produce the million-degree fission temperatures they claim.

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