"I'm sorry, my good King Syphilis," replied another servant. "Since you deported all the nuclear engineers to the powder mines, we have been unable to operate the plutonium powered phasor gun." Now the king was really mad. "I'm really mad!" said the king.
Even though Frankenstein has created life and pretty much secured his place as another god for doing so, this doesn’t make him a hero. Victor Frankenstein is not a hero because first he doesn’t understand the enormity of his works, second he doesn’t follow through with his creation and third, he devotes his life to destroying the creature he has made. To begin with, Victor Frankenstein is not a hero of his time because he doesn’t understand the enormity of his work. Victor, like many scientists today, only wonders, “if they could” rather than “if they should”. Compared to Prometheus, as we know who introduced humans to fire against the will of Zeus in knowing that it would bring harm to humanity, such as the way Frankenstein has introduced the creation of life, made by another human being.
The alien craft had to be destroyed. Earth’s Council of Leaders didn’t want the presence of humans within the dead planet to be known yet. Cooke wondered why. Something terrible and dark was stirring. Why the secrecy?
The result are the two loses, both the First Invasion and the Second Invasion. During the Third Invasion, the bugger thought that the humans would be merciful, and resultantly, they had not prepared for an all-out war. Human on the other hand, were not so kind, and destroyed buggers colony after colony. Ultimately, the buggers only lost every encounter because of lack of thorough understanding of the enemy. For example, during the First Invasion the alien race did not understand human communication, which resulted to leak information into the human hands.
It’s not right for the innocent people to suffer for other’s wrong actions. It’s a matter of seconds that such device can destroy a city. The purpose this device holds for developed countries is to kill, but from the perspectives of third world countries, it’s all bad news for the nature of this planet. Plants cannot be sowed around the area of Hiroshima. It has been 60 years and the soil is still radioactive.
The second cause was Russia’s fear of the atomic bomb and the opposition to capitalism. After the United States used the atomic bomb on Japan, they did not share their nuclear technology with Russia. During th...
Furthermore, a totalitarian government can be seen by the people in Do Androids dream of electric sheep? as well as the people in the book Fahrenheit 451. Those under the totalitarian government were prohibited from thinking on their own. In Fahrenheit 451, the firefighters were the ones to start the fire, to burn the books; this is an example of censorship. In Fahrenheit 451, books are prohibited if the books are found in the house.
Firstly, based on deterrence theory, nuclear weapons will lead to Mutual Assured Destruction (MAD). This means that if nuclear weapons are used in warfare, either side will not be able to succeed in winning, as the destruction caused by the weapons will be too much for either side to recuperate from. Since the detonation of “Fat Man” and “Little Boy” over Nagasaki and Hiroshima, nuclear weapons have never been used in warfare again. The world saw the destruction which a nuclear bomb could have. Ever since, this has driven fear to never use nuclear weapons.
Richard Nixon; the US president released an executive order for the production of BWs to stop immediately. Most states undertook to research on immunization and bio-safety. By a... ... middle of paper ... ...ism to prevent widespread of nuclear threat because neither the NPT nor the IAEA could no longer legally investigate the regarding matter in North Korea. It was crucial for the international community to prohibit the production, possession, and use of nuclear weapons as a whole. However, as it focused on having more states to sign the NPT, its legal framework failed to include the mechanism of dealing with the states such as non-signatory and also abusive member.
Creon caused fear among his people by making a public announcement that nobody is allowed to burry Polyneices. He said that the state of Thebes consists of only him, and that there are no other laws then his. According to the play the major actions that Creon took to cause the downfall of Thebes are that he did not want to burry Polyneices nor did allow any body to do it. Creon broke the burial law of the Gods and punished Antigone for following their laws. The people of Thebes knew that Creon made a mistake but still were too afraid to speak up.