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The Saratoga's Bell by Stinking-Badger

The Saratoga's Bell by Stinking-Badger

How likely is an existential catastrophe? | Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

South Asian diplomacy must rest on trust - Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

Atomic Blast Apocalypse Creates Fire, are you prepared?  After the Cold War, who knew these brochures would come in handy? :)

Atomic blast creates FIRE Well, Heck, I guess all the radiation and fall out is a walk in the park!

This picture was taken by the American war and fashion photographer Elizabeth "Lee" Miller, who was accredited to Vogue Magazine. While covering the liberation of Buchenwald, she noted that, after a beating by freed prisoners, “one SS man had enough of everything and hanged himself sitting down by tying a string to a radiator. He was taken out on a stretcher, stripped and thrown on a heap of bony cadavers where he looked shockingly big, the well fed bastard.” (Vogue, June 1945)

An unknown Buchenwald concentration camp guard, beaten and hanged by his former prisoners upon liberation of camp The picture was taken by Elizabeth "Lee" Miller, the American military photographer accredited to Vogue Magazine.

Info Graphics North and South Relations Nuclear

Buy Info Graphics North and South Relations Nuclear by vitamind on GraphicRiver. Contents: - info graphics north and south relations nuclear - This contents has 2 elements, 10 icons, 6 graphs, and

Seth Henry Neddermeyer (16 September 1907, Richmond, Michigan - 29 January 1988, Seattle, Washington) was an American physicist who co-discovered the muon, and later championed the implosion design of the plutonium atomic bomb, at the Manhattan Project.

Seth Henry Neddermeyer September Richmond, Michigan - 29 January Seattle, Washington) was an American physicist who co-discovered the muon, and later championed the implosion design of the plutonium atomic bomb, at the Manhattan Project.

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