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   (65)THE PRESENT STATE OF ATOMIC SCIENCES

 

          People's infinite faith and confidence in science, and boundless optimism of the scientist in the future possibilities of nuclear science are no more than dreams whose interpretation is no other than the utter atomic ruin of this world in the flames of the atomic hell. The atomic science has approached the blind. No protection is possible against the atomic bomb. Nor there is any possibility of providing any means of protection to the neighboring districts of the reactor, against radiations of the exploding reactors. No leak-proof and explosion-proof reactors have been designed.

 

 

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(66)SCIENCE AND ATOMIC BOMB.

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Science today holds a complete sway over all mankind.The body as well as the mind of humanity is in its grip. S strong is its hold on human thought these days, and so deeply set are its roots in the economic fabric of the world of today, that it could not be uprooted without at the sometime completely upsetting the whole economic structure of the world. Yet on the other hand, the unprecedented havoc which the science itself is going to play with mankind, sooner or later, perhaps sooner, is a calamity of a nature far worse, that amounts to complete destruction of one to all of the ill-fated race. 

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(67)THE WORLD EXPECTS THE SAVIOR

This world now is fast approaching the brink of nuclear  destruction, to be cast there into the flames of the nuclear jehannah and doomed irrevocably, irredeemably, inevitably. This nuclear hell, which is known and can be seen as atomic weapons and atomic radiations is the established result of an established process functioning on the established and inexorable laws of nature. No power on earth can therefore avert this logical and scientific consequence of a natural process unless and until the roots of the trouble are severed. .

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(68)SAFELY FROM RADIOLOGICAL HAZARDS.

It was during the March 1954 test explosion at Bikini Atoll in Pacific Ocean that a really grim fact dawned on the atomic powers to their horror, namely that the atomic bomb was a very treacherous slave. It could also rebound towards its own master who had unleashed it on his foe, and thus bring about the ruin of both, nay even of other neutral peoples all over the globe. It so happened that a Japanese fishing boat with a crew of 23 was lying at a distance of 90 miles from the testing site..

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