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2016
April 2016
22
Visions
What do the shapes of nuclear weapons reveal, and what do they hide?
2015
June 2015
26
Visions
The Soviet space dogs were more than just adorable mutts — but they were those, too.
April 2015
10
Visions
The problem with thinking about the "critical mass" as a fixed quantity, and a new visualization to aid in thinking about it in a better way.
2014
December 2014
 1
Visions
There are thousands of photographs of mushroom clouds — so why do we always see the same ones?
November 2014
14
Visions
Experiments in representing the atomic bomb and the substances that fuel it.
September 2014
26
Visions
The impressive ugliness that almost became the emblem of the International Atomic Energy Agency.
March 2014
12
Visions
A remarkable Army map from 1945 superimposes the effects of the ruinous firebombing campaign against Japan on the continental United States.
 7
Visions
A rare find: science fiction giant John Campbell wrote about dirty bombs and U-235 in the summer of 1941.
2013
December 2013
23
Meditations
By looking at the trends of yield-to-weight ratios, we can peel back the veil just a tiny bit on nuclear weapons design trends.
13
Visions
Should films of nuclear detonations be put in art galleries?
July 2013
25
News and Notes | Visions
The new NUKEMAPs are up!
April 2013
 5
Visions
A vision of future war, only a few months after Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
January 2013
22H-bomb history drawing, by George Gamow
Visions
The U.K. Atomic Energy Authority's bizarre coat of arms, and more H-bomb drawings from George Gamow.
11
Visions
An investigation into the graphical history of the UN nuclear watchdog.
2012
December 2012
14
Visions
How does one recruit nuclear weapons designers? In the 1950s, you could just take out ads in popular magazines.
November 2012
30
Redactions | Visions
The US government doesn't like to draw atomic bombs, but the Russians don't mind drawing American nukes.
July 2012
 6
Visions
A new comic book series imagines the Manhattan Project as a sci-fi odyssey.
May 2012
11
Visions
How does one make visual sense out of the size of the nuclear stockpile?
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News and Notes
It's Richard Feynman's Birthday, so lets read Richard Feynman comics.
April 2012
20
Visions
Crude OPSEC ("operations security") animations from the late-80's, early-90's Department of Energy.
13
Visions
The origins of one of the most persistent totems of the atomic age.
 6
Visions
A selection of Time magazine covers featuring nuclear weapons topics over the decades.
March 2012
23
Visions
Uncle Sam wants you to shut your mouth.
16
Visions
One of the really noticeable difference between the Boston and DC areas are the advertisements on their public transportation systems.
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Visions
Why Life magazine's speculative August 1945 story on the atomic bomb -- and its drawings -- raised the censors' eyebrows.
February 2012
10
Visions
A proto-NUKEMAP from 1950 tried to help industrialists assess their risk from atomic warfare.
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Meditations
New NUKEMAP features, plus a discussion of the first 1,500 "detonations."
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Visions
A new tool for demonstrating the qualitative effects of nuclear weapons.
January 2012
27
Visions
The story behind one of the more striking photographs of the father of the atomic bomb.
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Visions
Is "leak" a good metaphor for unofficial information flow? Probably not.
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