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by 
Krugler, David F., 1969- author.
Publication Date 
2018
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Excerpt: 
Atomic bomb -- United States -- History -- Fiction.
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by 
Solzhenitsyn, Aleksandr.
Publication Date 
2018
Format: 
Excerpt: 
FICTION / Historical / General.
by 
Benford, Gregory, 1941-
Publication Date 
2017
Format: 
Excerpt: 
Atomic bomb -- United States -- History -- Fiction -- Compact discs.
4. 
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by 
Benford, Gregory, 1941- author.
Publication Date 
2017
Format: 
Excerpt: 
Atomic bomb -- United States -- History -- Fiction.
5. 
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by 
Nesbit, TaraShea.
Publication Date 
2014
Format: 
Excerpt: 
Atomic bomb -- Fiction.
by 
Fetter-Vorm, Jonathan, 1983-
Publication Date 
2013 2012
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Trinity : a graphic history of the first atomic bomb / Fetter-Vorm, Jonathan, 1983-
by 
Griffin, W. E. B.
Publication Date 
2012
Format: 
Excerpt: 
Atomic bomb -- Fiction -- Compact discs.
by 
Krauss, Nicole.
Publication Date 
2011
Format: 
Excerpt: 
Atomic bomb -- Fiction.
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by 
Klages, Ellen, 1954-
Publication Date 
2011 2007
Format: 
Excerpt: 
Atomic bomb -- Fiction.
10. 
by 
Davis-Gardner, Angela.
Publication Date 
2011 2007
Format: 
Excerpt: 
Atomic bomb victims -- Fiction.
11. 
Cover image for Physics of the impossible a scientific exploration into the world of phasers, force fields, teleportation, and time travel
by 
Kaku, Michio.
Publication Date 
2008
Format: 
Excerpt: 
telekinesis, Kaku uses the world of science fiction to explore the fundamentals--and the limits--of the laws
12. 
Cover image for Physics of the impossible : a scientific exploration into the world of phasers, force fields, teleportation, and time travel
by 
Kaku, Michio.
Publication Date 
2008
Format: 
Excerpt: 
One hundred years ago, scientists would have said that lasers, televisions, and the atomic bomb