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Countdown - by Deborah Wiles (2010)

This book, with its “historic fiction” sticker, caught my eye as I walked through my local library. The setting was one not often tackled – what the Cuban missile crisis was like for a kid in 1962. 357 more words

Fiction (all Types)

If a nuclear bomb is dropped on your city, here's where you should run and hide.

  • People who survive a nuclear blast may be exposed to radioactive ash and dust called fallout.
  • Finding a good shelter as soon as possible and going inside is critical to surviving fallout.
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SCIENCE

It seems inevitable that the Islamic terrorists ARE sooner or later going to do something truly huge and horrific like detonating a dirty bomb or nuclear bomb

It seems inevitable that the Islamic terrorists ARE sooner or later going to do something truly huge and horrific, like detonating a dirty bomb or nuclear bomb in some city centre. 35 more words

Cooked

There was this big fire what looked like a mushroom. I was a long way off … ’cause I was. My bidness. But I was heading on back to my sweet cowboy. 317 more words

Stories

Airburst by Steven L. Thompson

It’s another old book review tonight. This one comes from a book I picked up at the library’s used book sale.

Published: 1988

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Book Review

How to Tear through the Fabric of Life and Everything

“How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb” – US detonated more than 210 nuclear bombs in 17 years

Between 1945 and 1962, the United States detonated more than 210 atomic bombs, releasing massive amounts of radioactive particles into the atmosphere. 68 more words

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