Samuel T. Cohen
Samuel Theodore Cohen (January 25th, 1921 – November 28th, 2010) was Jewish physicist of the Kohanim line who is father of the neutron bomb. Cohen’s parents were Jews born in Austria who emigrated from London, England then to Brooklyn, New York. Cohen was born in Brooklyn and raised in New York City. In 1944 he worked on the Manhattan Project in the efficiency group at Los Alamos and calculated how neutrons behaved in Fat Man, the atomic bomb that was later detonated over Nagasaki, Japan. A member of the Los Alamos Tactical Nuclear Weapons Panel in the early 1970s Cohen convinced Reagan to make 700 neutron bombs, 350 shells to go into the 8 inch (200-millimeter) howitzer and 350 W70 Mod. 3 warheads for the Lance missile. Cohen also claimed to have support from the Pope because the neutron bomb apparently does not produce the indiscriminate blast heat, and fallout damage of other nuclear weaponry. However, far more likely in Jewish democracy’s attempt to police the globe those targeted militarily are not nuclear capable lands and are attacked, occupied and democrefied against their will meaning the use of lower yield weaponry would merely reduce expense and manpower.