In an atomic attack, survival may lie in the knowledge of these few practical facts about blasts, heat and radiation
IN TODAY'S ATOMIC era scientists envision airplanes powered by atomic energy, entire cities lighted, heated and run on a tiny pile of plutonium. Even the corner gas station may become obsolete as you jockey your lead-lined atomobile into Sunday traffic.
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