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The Menace of Mass Destruction

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andrew thomas

on 30 January 2013

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The Menace of Mass Destruction
Albert Einstein At the Second Annual Dinner of the Foreign press Association, Albert Einstein made a speech about the Atomic Bomb and the ways it was being used. The speech was called the Menace of Mass Destruction. Einstein wanted to raise awareness about the destructive power of the atomic bomb, and how it was being used too much. He also intended to bring people together to solve the problem. Keeping in mind that people would have trouble working together, he tried to push them that it was nessesary, and overlooking the atomic bomb use could mean the end to us all. Thanks For Watching
Sammy Rocha and
Andrew Thomas
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