Jeffrey Lewis on the most common misconceptions about nuclear weapons

Another case where everything I know is wrong

The 80,000 Hours Podcast featured Jeffrey Lewis to explain the history and realities of nuclear weapons policy: Jeffrey Lewis on the most common misconceptions about nuclear weapons.

Always interesting to learn just how much I know is deeply and completely wrong.

There is a lot here about the realities of how policy decisions are made in general. Funding considerations are an even longer component than I had realized.

Much of it is obvious in retrospect, but not things I would have ever thought of on my own.



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