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    according to the articles about 65,000 to 200,000 people kick the bucket. After the destruction of Hiroshima, Japan still did not surrender. United States dropped the second bomb on Nagasaki which made them give up, one of the article stated that 39,000 people were assassinated and 25,000 were injured. A year after World War 2, United States conduct a nuclear bomb test at Bikini Atoll. Base on the article, bikini atoll is from Micronesia, 2.3 square miles, and people have been living there for generationss. According on “The Radioactive Atoll”…

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    In bikini atoll life is hard there because you’re gonna dead in 10 seconds or anything until you burn,your body and cannot breath and your house will just fall down and you will be just gonna burn and you will just go. First,they aborted the bomb without notice and that is hard for the people because when their family are having fun then the bomb will just come down from the airplane and the city will just explode without the people notice and that is hard for everybody because the children…

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    another in the name of peace? Bikini Atoll is located 850 kilometers northwest of Majuro on the northern fringe of the Marshall Islands and it has more than 23 islands and islets. The four islands are Bikini, Eneu, Nam and Enidrik. Out of the four islands, Bikini and Eneu were the only islands that have had a permanent population. On August 1945, United States dropped two nuclear weapons in the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, 120,000 people immediately got killed and this led to the end of…

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    Internally, the US government was also fearful of losing power within its nation. This is already evident in the opening of the documentary which showed the nuclear bomb testing in Bikini Atoll, where the American public were filled with skepticism. This led to Vice Admiral Blandy, Commander of the Bikini Test justifying himself, “the bomb will not start a chain reaction in the water, converting it all to gas and letting all the ships on all the oceans drop down to the bottom. It will not blow…

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    offered for Americans and their future. With exhibits such as Futurama, Democracity, Utopian Cities, the Perisphere and the Trylon Americans left with a difficulty to suppress the excitement of what corporations would do next.The most memorable exhibit at the fair was the General Motors Pavilion, and the most memorable feature in the General Motors Pavilion was a ride called the Futurama. People stood in line for hours to ride it and experience the exciting possibilities of life in the distant…

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    Ever wondered who invented the idea of the bikini? Well here’s your answer… The name for the bikini design was coined in 1946 by Parisian engineer Louis Réard, the designer of the bikini. He named the swimsuit after Bikini Atoll, where testing on the atomic bomb was taking place. Fashion designer Jacques Heim, also from Paris, re-released a similar design earlier that same year, the Atome. Even if you are not comfortable wearing a two-piece swimsuit, there is also a one piece and even a burkini.…

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    (http://www.fashionlady.in/the-history-of-womens-swim-suits/29637), there is an image that depicts the generations of bathing suits. The image shows the dates 1800, 1906, 1942, 1946, 1950’s and 1980s to present day. As one can see through the years the layers of clothing used in bathing suits decreased more and more. In the 1800’s, women were seen on beaches in dresses. In 1906 they changed from the traditional dress to a more “streamlined” bathing suit due to more mobility for the swimmers in…

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    Clothing In The 1800s

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    Much like the white T-shirt, blue jeans, and the little black dress, the bathing suit is undeniably a fashion staple. As long as there has been shores to flock to and fabric to sew with there have been bathing suits, providing an immense history and abundant style variation of the garment. From the 18th century to present day, the bathing suit has evolved, transformed, and transcended time stylistically, culturally and symbolically. Bathing suits aren’t just popular culture however, throughout…

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    Female Body Image Analysis

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    The ideal vision and respect for the human body has changed over the years. Most importantly is the way people look at the female body. Before civilization, mankind use to walk on this earth without any, or very little clothing, which depended on the climate of the area. Then later, women were taught that they must hide their body because it was supposed to be more modest and “ladylike”, while the male’s body was viewed as art. Over the years the times have changed, and the vision of an…

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    The IPCC states that sea level rise in the Pacific is on track with the predicted rise of .18 to .59 meters by 2090, severely threatening the land security of atolls that barely lie above sea level (“Human Health”, 2015). If the physical land no longer exists, populations will be forced to move. Livelihood security will also be threatened by the rising level and acidification of the seas. Populations in the Pacific are extremely dependent on fisheries and local agriculture for food. Rising sea…

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