Saturday, March 19, 2011
Fission of Fear (Taming the Meltdown)
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Radiation has become the king of today's headlines. Even the word meltdown has become an overused of the radiation lingo and it continues to create paranoia across continents. Though radiation has great advantages ranging from power generation and medical uses, its disadvantages can create unspeakable havoc, paranoia, fear and even the extinction of man. It's more of a foe than a friend when it unleashes it invisible fury. My timely photomanipulation speaks greatly of how fear of a Chernobyl-like meltdown can envelop us and also how hopeful we are that somehow this seemingly "uncontrollable" foe could be finally tamed and contained. Does our fear connotes that it is a sign of the times or does it only shows that man should finally learn the lessons of the past? The Fission of Fear...
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