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Mar 27, 2024

[Answer] 4. "The World Set Free", written in 1914 by the same man who wrote "The Island of Doctor Moreau" is considered by many to be the first novel to foretell the use of nuclear weapons. Who is this author?

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...1. C.K. Chesterton 2. H.G. Wells 3. G.B. Shaw 4. G.R. Gissing Wells had a certain amount of knowledge regarding the physics of atoms, based on studies by Ramsay, Rutherford and Soddy. His proposed solution to the perceived future problem was a form of "world government" - quite a concept to think of during the initial stages of WWI.




Step 2 : Answer to the question "4. "The World Set Free", written in 1914 by the same man who wrote "The Island of Doctor Moreau" is considered by many to be the first novel to foretell the use of nuclear weapons. Who is this author?"



H.G. Wells:


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