Before you hit the air conditioned theater this weekend, WaPo (Gift Article) looks back at the real Oppenheimer story: The atomic bombings left Oppenheimer shattered: ‘I have blood on my hands.’ “While Truman assured Oppenheimer he should not carry the burden of the bombs — ‘I told him the blood was on my hands, to let me worry about that’ — the president was privately infuriated by what he described to aides as a ‘crybaby scientist’ and the regret he had over the decimation.” (This makes me nostalgic for days when politicians only criticized the emotions of scientists, not their science.)