AEC: The Trial of Oppenheimer

The States Atomic Energy Commission is an agency of the United States government established after World War II by the U.S. The function of the Atomic Energy Commission are to organize and control researches in atomic science in the country. During the hearing, representatives will examine Oppenheimer's role in the Manhattan Project, including his leadership, decision-making process, and involvement. Testimonies from colleagues will provide insight into these aspects. The hearing will also assess Oppenheimer's character and moral compass through his past actions and associations. Representatives will consider the gravity of the potential verdict, weighing evidence and ethical implications of the bomb's and reach a critical decision whether he should be executed or not. Ultimately, the representatives aim to reach a fair verdict that reflects Oppenheimer's actions and humanitarian principles, while addressing the moral responsibility of scientists and leaders in the face of potentially catastrophic advancements.