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(Daily Mail)   It's the late 1950s in America, and as you'd suspect, a young Carl Sagan is working on a secret government program aimed at detonating a nuclear weapon on the moon, fully visible from earth, in order to impress the Soviets   ( dailymail.co.uk) divider line
    More: Strange, Carl Sagan, Soviet Union, U.S., America's Cold War, hydrogen bombs, atomic bombs, Larry Hagman, space race  
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2012-11-25 05:02:53 PM  
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It's been done.

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/Hot and dirty like the Queller Drive.
2012-11-25 04:43:15 PM  
2 votes:
The year: 1954. From out of space comes a runaway planet, hurtling between the Earth and the Moon, unleashing cosmic destruction! Man's civilization is cast in ruin!
Two thousand years later, Earth is reborn...
A strange new world rises from the old: a world of savagery, super science, and sorcery. But one man bursts his bonds to fight for justice! With his companions Ookla the Mok and Princess Ariel, he pits his strength, his courage, and his fabulous Sunsword against the forces of evil.
He is Thundarr, the Barbarian!
2012-11-25 06:47:38 PM  
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