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To Speak about our Time

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on 2 March 2015

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To Speak about our Time
The Trinity explosion, 16 ms after detonation.
Molybdenum Cofactor medical isotope
A New Epoch: Icon and Symbol
The Oomph Factor
Flamingo
Hiroshima
Nuclear Mickeys
Now I am Become Death
Isao Hashimoto
Alamogordo Bombing
and Gunnery Range
Atomic Cake
SPED

Old English sped "success, a successful course; prosperity, riches, wealth; luck; opportunity, advancement," from Proto-Germanic *spodiz (cognates: Old Saxon spod "success," Dutch spoed "haste, speed," Old High German spuot "success," Old Saxon spodian "to cause to succeed," Middle Dutch spoeden, Old High German spuoten "to haste"), from PIE *spo-ti-, from root *spe- (1) "to thrive, prosper" (cognates: Sanskrit sphayate "increases," Latin sperare "to hope," Old Church Slavonic spechu "endeavor," Lithuanian speju "to have leisure").
‘A room might be on fire, but it doesn’t mean that the house is in danger.’

Dr. Overton,
Professor Emeritus at Louisiana State University’s Department of Environmental Science.
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Vice Admiral William H.P. Blandy, and his wife
posed with Rear Admiral Frank J. Lowry.
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