A is for Atom

Einstein’s Brain - The story of the creator of the Atomic Bomb, himself, being dismantled at the end of his life.

The Atomic Museum - To commemorate or not to commemorate the nuclear bomb?  America's attempt at reconciling the role of Fat Man and Little Boy, the bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, in their own military history.

Inheritance - After Queen Elizabeth II had been the first person to switch on nuclear power, at Calder Hall in Cumbria in the nineteen-fifties...she began a series of calculated investments in the mining of uranium around the world. The British monarchy, with the help of Rio Tinto’s CEO Tiny Rowland, would once again control and asset-strip Africa, by controlling its pipelines and extracting uranium to tip bombs and cruise missiles, to use in foreign wars. These missiles would deposit a permanent land contaminant that could destroy an enemy’s ecosystem by degree. The British attack on Fallujah, Iraq, illustrates this, where children have subsequently been born with severe birth defects.
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No Border - "Borders still silently snake
Through the land mass 
Of the earth’s Eden 
Biting those whom they judge intruders"
Tales from the border wars around the world