Nuclear Explosions between 1945 - 1998

A powerful and deeply shocking artistic rendition by Isao Hashimoto. From here.

The perverse Danse Macabre of our own times. When we see human folly rendered on a compressed historical canvas, it is all the more clear how precarious our personal survival is. Nidhi, my 3 year old daughter, saw me watching this and asked: What music is that, Dad? What shall I say. This is the nightmare I hope she doesn't have to wake up to.

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