…check out the link to “Voices of the Explosion Covered People.” We’re approaching the time when our WWII veterans are leaving us. I’ve been thinking about the lessons learned from the war, and hoping that the death and destruction from the nuclear explosions is an act that will never be repeated. All politics aside – take a few minutes to view the photos and descriptions of the people in the slideshow – some the last living survivors of the A-bombs. It is a testament to man’s ability to persevere and find hope in the future.

http://www.npr.org/blogs/pictureshow/2012/09/25/161755636/voices-of-the-explosion-covered-people

 

October 14, 2012

A follow up to last week…

…check out the link to “Voices of the Explosion Covered People.” We’re approaching the time when our WWII veterans are leaving us. I’ve been thinking about […]
October 7, 2012

Spoiler Alert: Scratchgravel Road (to be released March 5th)…

…deals with nuclear radiation on several different levels. Because of that, I conducted quite a bit of research on nuclear weapons, nuclear power and radiation poisoning. […]