The Atomic Age
became the Age of Technology and Information.
They remember the atomic age
, the Korean War, the Cold War, the many peacekeeping missions from 1945 to 2006, the jet age and the moon landing.
This debate, however, is not new, but one that traces back to the start of the atomic age
In other words, Mailer and Jones, despite living in the atomic age
, were able to narrate death on the battlefields with no nuclear weapons introduced, but Hemingway was not.
Trump's language could easily be misunderstood - he didn't say precisely what would lead to "fire and fury" except for North Korea's "threats"- and the upshot could be miscalculation or, heaven forbid, the kind of accidental entry into conflict that has haunted the globe since the dawn of the atomic age
The non-profit International Uranium Film Festival - the Atomic Age
Cinema Fest - was founded in 2010, a few months before the Fukushima nuclear accident in Rio de Janeiro to show films about the risks of nuclear power and radioactivity.
Nowhere else in the world have people confronted the residual burden of the atomic age
president to visit Hiroshima, didn't apologize for the bombing, which ushered in the atomic age
and the dread it posed for humanity's future.
Equal parts cocktail jazz, hazy Americana and Atomic Age
bop, as well as a love letter to New York in all its hopeful, post-war glory.
It cost PS35 million to build the station, which housed four reactors, and it was seen as the start of Britain's new atomic age
Bigger Bombs for a Brighter Tomorrow: The Strategic Air Command and American War Plans at the Dawn of the Atomic Age
Throughout the 1950s, governments on either side of the Atlantic invested heavily in both aspects of nuclear technology, civilian as well as military, setting in motion sophisticated public relations exercises in order to sell the atomic age
to the masses.