During the 1950’s, the US public was more naive regarding nuclear weaponry and the topic of nuclear fusion and fission was popular on the tongues of people living in Las Vegas, United States of America where most atomic weaponry tests commenced. Tourists would gather on the strip in Las Vegas and report being able to see bright flashes and mushroom clouds over top of the neon lights which adorned the Las Vegas Strip at night. It became an event to go out and see much the same as modern day whale...
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