Good evening. Below we have a documentary narrated by Charlton Heston, and yes, he narrated it while still living. It’s about the race to develop the atomic bomb, and how Stalin, after learning from Truman that the U.S. had such a weapon, was desperate to get some for his country, and how he managed to do it.
Stalin also needed a delivery system for the bomb. He got that the same way.
The other story is somewhat related. One of the characters in it was a scientist who helped the U.S. become the first nation to design and build the first atomic bomb, and late, something else, now ubiquitous. That’s the latest “The Way I Heard It” by Mike Rowe.
Now here’s an exciting tale which conjurs up images and events from Vietnam alongside at least one in Washington DC. A juxtaposition, brought to you by the misdirection mystery man, Mike, in this tale he tells here below. Oh he’s tricky for sure.
I hope you’re staying cool today both physically and otherwise. Weather and news of all sorts can make that cool goal more challenging. But hang in there. Will things get worse before better comes along? June, we hardly knew ye. Perhaps we’ll have both fire and works this Saturday.
Here’s hoping better bellies up to the bar, hops it, and orders up something we can all comfortably see, sip, and chew on.
This is quite interesting. Destin from “Smarter Every Day” gets invited by the U.S. Navy to go into the Arctic Circle where exercises are underway to protect U.S. interests. There will be other parts to this too as soon as Top Secret portions of the audio and video have been reviewed and released.
Great content. I’m looking forward to going aboard those nuclear submarines, however you will see two of them here below which have surfaced right through the ice.
Of course, having lived in North Michigan for 20 years, some of these arctic scenes and temperatures are familiar 🙂