Hans Bethe and His Physics

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When Hans Bethe, at the age of 97, asked his long-term collaborator, Gerry Brown, to explain his scientific work to the world, the latter knew that this was a steep task. As the late John Bahcall famously remarked: If you know his (Bethe's) work, you might be inclined to think he is really several people, all of whom are engaged in a conspiracy to sign their work with the same name. Almost eight decades of original research, hundreds of scientific papers, numerous books, countless reports spanning the key areas of 20th ...

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