William J Broad New York Times

'William J Broad New York Times' - 6 News Result(s)

  • Yoga and sex scandals: No surprise here
    World News | William J Broad, New York Times | Tuesday February 28, 2012
    Yoga, sex scandals
  • How yoga can wreck your body
    World News | William J Broad, New York Times | Monday January 9, 2012
    On a cold Saturday in early 2009, Glenn Black, a yoga teacher of nearly four decades, whose devoted clientele includes a number of celebrities and prominent gurus, was giving a master class at Sankalpah Yoga in Manhattan. Black is, in many ways, a classic yogi: he studied in Pune, India, at the institute founded by the legendary B. K. S. Iyengar, a...
  • Iran reports a major setback at a nuclear power plant
    World News | William J Broad and David E Sanger, New York Times | Saturday February 26, 2011
    Iran told atomic inspectors this week that it had run into a serious problem at a newly completed nuclear reactor that was supposed to start feeding electricity into the national grid this month, raising questions about whether the trouble was sabotage, a startup problem, or possibly the beginning of the project's end.In a report on Friday, the Int...
  • World News | William J Broad, John Markoff, David E Sanger, New York Times | Sunday January 16, 2011
    The Dimona complex in the Negev desert is famous as the heavily guarded heart of Israel's never-acknowledged nuclear arms program, where neat rows of factories make atomic fuel for the arsenal.Over the past two years, according to intelligence and military experts familiar with its operations, Dimona has taken on a new, equally secret role -- as a ...
  • Bomb chroniclers: These men photographed atomic bomb blasts
    World News | William J Broad, New York Times | Tuesday September 14, 2010
    They risked their lives to capture on film hundreds of blinding flashes, rising fireballs and mushroom clouds. The blast from one detonation hurled a man and his camera into a ditch. When he got up, a second wave knocked him down again. Then there was radiation. While many of the scientists who made atom bombs during the cold war became famous, the...
  • China explores a frontier 2 miles deep
    World News | William J Broad, New York Times | Sunday September 12, 2010
    When three Chinese scientists plunged to the bottom of the South China Sea in a tiny submarine early this summer, they did more than simply plant their nation's flag on the dark seabed.The men, who descended more than two miles in a craft the size of a small truck, also signaled Beijing's intention to take the lead in exploring remote and inaccessi...

'William J Broad New York Times' - 6 News Result(s)

  • Yoga and sex scandals: No surprise here
    World News | William J Broad, New York Times | Tuesday February 28, 2012
    Yoga, sex scandals
  • How yoga can wreck your body
    World News | William J Broad, New York Times | Monday January 9, 2012
    On a cold Saturday in early 2009, Glenn Black, a yoga teacher of nearly four decades, whose devoted clientele includes a number of celebrities and prominent gurus, was giving a master class at Sankalpah Yoga in Manhattan. Black is, in many ways, a classic yogi: he studied in Pune, India, at the institute founded by the legendary B. K. S. Iyengar, a...
  • Iran reports a major setback at a nuclear power plant
    World News | William J Broad and David E Sanger, New York Times | Saturday February 26, 2011
    Iran told atomic inspectors this week that it had run into a serious problem at a newly completed nuclear reactor that was supposed to start feeding electricity into the national grid this month, raising questions about whether the trouble was sabotage, a startup problem, or possibly the beginning of the project's end.In a report on Friday, the Int...
  • World News | William J Broad, John Markoff, David E Sanger, New York Times | Sunday January 16, 2011
    The Dimona complex in the Negev desert is famous as the heavily guarded heart of Israel's never-acknowledged nuclear arms program, where neat rows of factories make atomic fuel for the arsenal.Over the past two years, according to intelligence and military experts familiar with its operations, Dimona has taken on a new, equally secret role -- as a ...
  • Bomb chroniclers: These men photographed atomic bomb blasts
    World News | William J Broad, New York Times | Tuesday September 14, 2010
    They risked their lives to capture on film hundreds of blinding flashes, rising fireballs and mushroom clouds. The blast from one detonation hurled a man and his camera into a ditch. When he got up, a second wave knocked him down again. Then there was radiation. While many of the scientists who made atom bombs during the cold war became famous, the...
  • China explores a frontier 2 miles deep
    World News | William J Broad, New York Times | Sunday September 12, 2010
    When three Chinese scientists plunged to the bottom of the South China Sea in a tiny submarine early this summer, they did more than simply plant their nation's flag on the dark seabed.The men, who descended more than two miles in a craft the size of a small truck, also signaled Beijing's intention to take the lead in exploring remote and inaccessi...
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