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Article March 4, 1985 ISSUE
Nuclear holocaust: it's not inevitable
THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR
One of the interesting things about science fiction is that it often gives one helpful insights and metaphors for dealing with the present. In thinking about today's arms race, for example, I have often remembered a science fiction movie made in the
1950s called Forbidden Planet.
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