memo week 5 - CWU Memo To Mr Hutchins From Tiago Sousa cc...

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CWU Memo To: Mr. Hutchins From: Tiago Sousa cc: Classmates Date: April 27, 2017 Re: Identification of Ethical Issues The purpose of this memo is to read and discuss the letter by Albert Einstein. Also, to write about some of his ethical choices and what thoughts his letter might provoke. In his letter to the government the scientist starts by writing that Uranium could be a new source of energy and that it could be used for a nuclear chain reaction, and the constructions of bombs. He then goes on to describe where Uranium can be mined and what the government ought to do about it. He concludes by suggesting the Germans are underway in the atomic bomb creation. I think Einstein was raised a good person and only used science for the good of humanity, so his personal ethics influenced his decision to write the government. Social Ethics also played a
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