The Atomic Age: and All of its Radiation
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The 1940's-'50's was a historical overload. With the end of WWII and the introduction to nuclear technology and weapons
Thanks to historical texts we can study all the details that entail that era.
Dr, Strangelove was just an example of how we are able to connect media, print, and science to the Atomic age. Thanks to the writings, movies, music, historical documents, and scientists, there is an abundance of knowledge about nuclear war and how it did and could affect America.
Media was greatly affected by the Atomic bomb, it transformed radio and televison
Print was also greatly affected, it gave the world of science fiction a whole new meaning; the demand for comics increased like never before.
A question that is still relevant today is, with the advancement in technology, was the creation of the atomic bomb truly a good thing?
And with the knowledge of nuclear tech, and war, who's to say that peace will always last, and that the threat of nuclear war will never arise? After all, no one saw the first two world wars coming...
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