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Also in Groff Conklin, ed. A Treasury of Science Fiction. New York: Crown, omitted from the Berkley paperback edition. Also in Isaac Asimov and Martin H. Caught in the Organ Draft. New York: Fawcett, Also in Damon Knight, Martin H. First Voyages.
The Great Science Fiction Stories: 9 After a two-year war involving atomic and bacteriological weapons, few people survive, and the majority of births are abnormal. Dust, colloidal dust of the bombs, suspended in the atmosphere and cutting down the solar constant by a deadly percent or two.
The story implicitly criticizes simplistic stories of survival, but is not entirely pessimistic. We should never have created science. It brought the twilight of the race. The race brought its own destruction, through misuse of science. Our culture was scientific anyway, in all except its psychological basis. If we do, the race may yet survive.
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Angell, Roger. Boston: Little, Brown, Freeport, N. A colonel callously talks about the inadequacy of Hiroshima and Nagasaki as tests of nuclear bomb effects, and explains how pigs will be dressed in protective clothing for the upcoming Bikini tests. Angus, Douglas. In John Bell and Lesley Choyce, eds.
In the ruins of abandoned New York City, two men struggle with the problem of how to extract an aching tooth. The only clue that the destruction was caused by atomic bombing is the fact that all windows have been blown out. Anthony, Piers. Battle Circle. Originally published as three separate volumes: Sos the Rope. New York: Pyramid, London: Corgi, Var the Stick.
London: Transworld, Neq the Sword. Heavy emphasis on combat, sex. According to Michael R. Anvil, Christopher. In John Campbell, ed.sacgroupect.com/destierro-a-la-deriva-seoro-de-san-miguel.php
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Prologue to Analog. Also in Stanley Schmidt, ed. New York: Davis, Appel, Allen. Till the End of Time. New York: Doubleday, A history professor travels back in time and strives to prevent the nuclear bomb from being dropped on Japan, but what he experiences in World War II teaches him instead the necessity of the atomic destruction of Hiroshima. The Japanese, it seems, besides carrying out inhuman experiments on captive subjects and developing a jet engine with the help of Amelia Earhart were developing the atomic bomb themselves.
Modern Japanese are also depicted as corrupt and malevolent. A powerful anti-Japanese tirade presented as an adventure story. Ariss, Bruce. Full Circle. New York: Avalon, Even the larger mammals are extinct. The Indians have banned all explosive weapons and the use of their simpler ones against each other, outlawed technology of all sorts, and alcohol. Atomic research is particularly taboo.
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Yet these are no simple primitives: their rejection of earlier technology comes from a sophisticated understanding of history. When they emerge, all of them die of poison ivy except for the young man and his sister. He insists on following his orders to explore the world for surviving enemies in order to exterminate them with stored nuclear weapons, but finally learns there is no one left to fight.
Then he plays a tape which reveals that the holocaust was mistakenly set off by the misinterpretation of a gigantic meteor impact. The two whites marry Indians and adopt their ways. Although some technology may be reintroduced into their culture, precautions will be taken to prevent a recurrence of the ancient tragedy. Armbruster, Frank E.
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June Armstrong, Michael. After the Zap. New York: Popular Library, A bizarre adventure story inspired by the common antiwar argument that if the button to launch a nuclear attack were implanted in the heart of a human being, a leader would be deterred from doing so. Although the bombs turn out to be fakes, the point of the exercise remains unclear. The Zap was a violent burst of EMP which scrambled the brains of the surviving people in various weird ways, including loss of memory.
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In the end, the protagonist realizes that he was the creator of the Zap Bomb whose effects he detests so much. New York: Popular Libary, Expanded from Going After Arviq. In Janet Morris, ed. New York: Baen, A female anthropology graduate student strives to teach Eskimos their own traditional ways so that they can survive during the nuclear winter.
Much of the latter part of the book is devoted to details of whaling. It is revealed that the U. Aronstein, Robert. Untitled sketch in Earl W. Foell and Richard A. Nenneman, eds. How Peace Came to the World. A brief account of an East-West conflict leading to disarmament. A truce and peace treaty ensue in a shocked world, and growth toward world unity spreads. Unusual in that it is told from the point of view of a Russian. Asghar, Khalida. In Indian Literature Nov.
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A haunting surrealistic sketch in which the narrator can see refugees and the pollution from a seeming nuclear war involving a nearby city creeping horrifyingly into an Indian village. Since no one but the narrator is willing to acknowledge the ominous changes taking place, the story can be read as an allegory of our willful blindness to the danger of nuclear war. A very rare example of a nuclear war story by a third-world woman author from Pakistan. Ashworth, Malcolm. A young boy in a primitive tribe has a vision in which he seems his world as it might have been: a hell of nuclear war and its aftermath.