postatomic

postatomic

(ˌpəʊstəˈtɒmɪk)
adj
occurring after the invention or dropping of the atomic bomb
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dotard," Kim retorted -- while threatening to reduce East Asia to a postatomic wasteland.
Then the expected completion time of the postatomic attack sequence is calculated.
Progress was also liquidated in the postatomic world of Sins of the Fleshapoids--made by an individual who, as Smithson approvingly noted of one artist he considered in "Entropy and the New Monuments" (sculptor Peter Hutchinson), rather than go "to the country to study nature, will go to see a movie on 42nd Street, like 'Horror at Party Beach' two or three times and contemplate it for weeks on end."
filmed are themselves a kind of landscape analogous to postatomic
The entire experience is like taking a drive through a postatomic science fiction film.