The eerie thought about God that the inventor of the nuclear bomb had when it went off

Dr. J. Robert Oppenheimer, considered to be the father of the atomic bomb, was anything but callous about the bomb's destructive ability. He was one of the most knowledgable people on the subject of atomic weaponry, but he tirelessly campaigned against nuclear prolifieration. As we travel into the future, let's not forget his words and sentiment.

Oppenheimer's thoughts after the successful detonation of the first atomic bomb in 1945:

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