Oppenheimer Tee
Oppenheimer Tee
Oppenheimer Tee
Oppenheimer Tee

Oppenheimer Tee

Style Classic
Color White
Size S
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Not a fan of nuclear weapons, I just liked the film.

All Oppenheimer references:

The original Sanskrit verse from the Bhagavad Gita, the book from which Oppenheimer's infamous line "Now I have become death, the destroyer of worlds" comes from.

Unclassified Manhattan Project documents, including the total budget, maps and details of the Trinity nuclear test.

A poem by John Donne, the poet who inspired the name of the Trinity nuclear test.

Portions of the "Los Alamos Primer," a document of the first five lectures on the principles of nuclear weapons given to new arrivals at the top-secret Los Alamos laboratory.

Declassified overview diagram showing the assemblies of the B53 missile (US DoD).

Technical illustration of the effects of an atomic bomb attack.

Bonus: Illustrations from old books related to the subject, such as the mushroom (similar to a nuclear bomb blast) and Death with a scythe.

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