This is Letters from Japan. Today I’m at the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park in Hiroshima. The Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park is located in Central Hiroshima. The park covers a large area and consists of several components: The Genbaku Domu, or Atomic Bomb Dome sits on the northern edge of the… Continue Reading Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park – Letters from Japan

and I didn’t think about the human consequences of that bombing and that made me rethink my own missions realized that I had never understood the human consequences of the bombing missions that I was flying realize that I was bombing really indiscriminately and all this talk which they still… Continue Reading Bombing Hiroshima: The Myth Of Saving Lives with Howard Zinn

welcome to books of our time brought to you by the massachusetts school of law and seen nationwide today we shall discuss a book entitled the korean war the book discusses the historical origins of that war which to this day are unknown to most americans joining me today is… Continue Reading The Korean War, A History. With Bruce Cumings – Part 1

In the final season of Game of Thrones, Daenerys Targaryen burned the city of King’s Landing, the capital of the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros. Her advisers, Tyrion Lannister and Varys, counseled against this due to incredible amount of civilian casualties this would incur. Daenerys’ actions were shocking to the audience… Continue Reading Burning King’s Landing – “It’s Only Terrorism If They Do It to Us” | Renegade Cut

On July 16th, 1945 the first ever nuclear weapon was detonated in a New Mexico desert. At the time, the Trinity test was one of the largest manmade explosions ever. Nuclear blasts are measured in TNT, and this one yielded about 20 thousand tons of TNT. That size blast would… Continue Reading How Powerful Are Modern Nuclear Weapons?

HERE AT TYT, WE HAVE BEEN DISCUSSING WHY THEY MIGHT HAVE DECIDED AT THE TIME TO WATCH HEROES SHEMA AND KNIVES SAKE AND WHAT THE MORAL CALCULATION WAS WITH THE MILITARY CALCULATION WAS AND WE LARGELY THINK THAT WHILE THEY MIGHT HAVE THOUGHT IT WAS NECESSARY, IT CERTAINLY IS A… Continue Reading John Bolton Trashes Obama’s Hiroshima Visit

Because of the cold lack of space Or religion Here are 10 places where dying is banned Itsukushima, is an island out of Hiroshima Bay, Japan. In the 8th century, a sanctuary dedicated to the three Shinto divinities has been built on his coast, making this a sacred place The… Continue Reading 10 PLACES WHERE DYING IS ILLEGAL ( Longyearbyen Norway )

I want to thank you all for being here my dad taught us that when a situation seems hopeless you’re the hope today you are our hope and when everything looks dark you’re the light you must be the light and you are the way for us and that’s the… Continue Reading Jamie Raskin’s Tribute to his father Marcus Raskin, IPS Co-founder

Radiation is frightening. At least, certain types of it are. I mean my Geiger counter doesn’t go off near my mobile phone, or the Wi-Fi router or my microwave. That’s because a Geiger counter only measures ionizing radiation — that is, radiation with enough energy to rip electrons off atoms.… Continue Reading The Most Radioactive Places on Earth

In August 1945, the United States dropped two atomic bombs on Japan, killing as many as 135,000 people, mostly civilians. The devastation and fallout also led to severe health problems for survivors and their children, and decimated civilian communities. So, why exactly did the United States drop nuclear weapons on… Continue Reading Why The U.S. Dropped A Nuclear Bomb On Japan