The Death Ray

Mike Daisey completes his life story of Tesla with this tale about the scientist’s real Dr. Strangelove moment: inventing the ultimate superweapon. But did it work? The government thought it might, and the Cold War got hotter.

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  1. The Death Ray

    —Huffduffed by moonhouse on October 29th, 2008

  2. The Death Ray

    —Huffduffed by coffeeflavouredtea on December 14th, 2008

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