I received this article a couple of years ago in an email from a friend of mine. It’s original title was “66 years later!” It’s now been almost 68 years since the destructive power of the world’s first atomic weapon was unleashed upon our adversary at the time, the Imperial Nation of Japan.
With Detroit being such a dominate story in the news of late, I thought this was worthy of re-posting here as a short photo biographical essay. This is totally for your viewing pleasure… and as a subtle reminder of the fact that the destructive capacity of a misused social welfare system is far greater in a historical perspective than any other weapon of mass destruction has ever been. Enjoy!
What happened to the radiation that lasts thousands of years?