M.A.D.: Mutual Assured Destruction (Modern Plays)

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M.A.D.: Mutual Assured Destruction (Modern Plays)

M.A.D.: Mutual Assured Destruction (Modern Plays)

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On the day in 1945 that Robert A Lewis, copilot of the B-29 Superfortress dropped the first atomic bomb on Hiroshima, he wrote six agonizingly poignant words in his log book: “My God, what have we done? However, if played with three or more people, the last several players are often united to play against the first player.

At a boarding school in New Hampshire, the former headmaster’s house sits empty, abandoned decades ago after his son disappeared inside and now thought haunted.It happens to be one of the few instances where we can all agree on something: we must not wipe ourselves out and destroy our planet. If one side can cause a degree of destruction which would prevent a counterattack, the concept of MAD is not applicable.

Your use of Kongregate’s Services is subject to our revised Cookie Policy, Privacy Policy and Terms of Service. Both sides must act rationally (in short, all those with power must be able to act like adults and take the concept of MAD seriously. The way they understand nuclear bomb is like a deterrent that reduce the chance of being chosen as a target. If I hadn’t auditioned I wouldn’t have met the wonderful people I’m friends with today,” and jokes that the cast and crew had become something of a family.Mutually assured destruction is a military mental model with powerful applications in life and business.

The nuclear power counted for the counte- attack includes the cards that has just been discarded through the previous attack.Elsewhere is a realm of pure imagination, overflowing with everything Sylvan, Ariel, Jenna, and Vi could ever want: magic, adventure, acceptance, purpose, a half-human, half-buffalo librarian.

A century's worth of sibling squabbles is boiled down into ten vignettes in this era-hopping tribute to family. The day when two army corps can annihilate each other in one second, all civilized nations, it is to be hoped, will recoil from war and discharge their troops.Today, since 1945, the ability to inflict evil, or harm, on other people in huge numbers has grown exponentially. As our intelligence and technology has advanced, so has our capacity to kill each other in large numbers. Since everyone start with no nuclears, the first player to have nuclear bomb might put them into a situation that no one can resist their attack.



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