With all the recent political nonsense that’s been going on People are throwing the word “orwellian” around more than usual Whether or not those concerns are founded There’s been a lot of speculation regarding just what kind of horrible future the world is headed towards Will we really live in… Continue Reading How Many Nukes Would it Take to Eradicate Humanity?
Welcome to books of our times produced by the massachusetts school of law today we shall discuss two books by one of america’s most famous historians of any political stripe and certainly the most famous american historian from the left howard inn the two books are you can’t be neutral… Continue Reading Howard Zinn – You Can’t Be Neutral on a Moving Train- A People’s History
Fallout is everywhere, NO not the game. Or the Boy. Or… NO. Just the nuclear kind! Seven blessings friends, Trace here for DNews. Nuclear fallout is an inevitable side-effect of nuclear disaster. When a nuclear weapon is detonated (or a nuclear power plant has its worst day ever) radioactive dust… Continue Reading What Does Nuclear Fallout Do To Your Body?
Kelly: This is Cindy Kelly, Atomic Heritage Foundation. It is February 14, 2019. I am in Hiroshima, Japan. I have with me Dr. [Kenji] Shiga. Why don’t you start by saying your full name and spelling it? Shiga: Spelled S-h-i-g-a, Kenji, K-e-n-j-i. Thank you. This is just a chance to… Continue Reading Kenji Shiga’s Interview
♪ [Opening music] ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪>>Rob Waskom: Good evening. My name is Rob Waskom and I’m a student here at UNC Asheville majoring in International Studies and it is my pleasure to welcome all of you to UNCA. First order of business is to remind you to turn… Continue Reading Hiroshima-Nagasaki: Images and Stories from Eyewitness Accounts
who’s still interested in the desert morning comic ages bar a scientific thunderbolt gives a preview of the destructive gi demands did about birth blast until he or she might banished from the list of living cities closely-guarded plants in new mexico in tennessee and the state of washington continue… Continue Reading Tale of Two Cities 1946 – Hiroshima and Nagasaki 1945
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
This is a picture of replica of the atomic bomb dropped on Nagasaki, a plutonium-implosion bomb nick-named “Fat Man”. And this a mushroom cloud from an atomic bomb rises over Nagasaki. The second atomic bomb was dropped on the city of Nagasaki in August, 1945, in the last days of… Continue Reading Historical Images of Hiroshima and Nagasaki
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?
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