… and how inventors have strived to prevent them
For years, town names painted on rooftops across the country were a pilot’s best navigational tool
His one good idea, a way to build hydrogen bombs, was a brilliant if harrowing triumph. From then on his influence kept growing even as his successes kept getting more modest.
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