The bomb has always been a looming specter in human history, from its devastating use in World War II to its portrayal in popular culture. Stanley Kubrick’s film “Dr Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb” captures the fear and obsession surrounding the hydrogen bomb. Despite efforts to forget or downplay its destructive power, the bomb remains a reminder of the potential devastation that humanity possesses. This article explores the lasting impact of the bomb and its portrayal in popular media, emphasizing society’s inability to forget its existence.
Today: November 30, 2023