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A case of nuclear hypnosis
by Andrew Kiraly | posted April 20, 2011
How did Nevada ever come to host a legacy-defining era of nuclear bomb-testing? With its sprawling, barren desert? Its federally owned feudal-state status? One author suggests it happened through a process of brain-fizzling semantic and pop culture hypnosis. From NYT's Green blog:
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