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M.A.D.: Mutual Assured Destruction (Modern Plays)

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However, it only takes one party in a situation to start a massive chain reaction with usually catastrophic outcomes. If we look at that act in the literal sense, Lewis had just dropped ‘Little Boy’, the first of two atomic bombs which killed an estimated 129,000+ people. Controversy is still prevalent (and doubtless always will be) as to the justification of the bombing. Mutually assured destruction is a military mental model with powerful applications in life and business. A chilling fact is that this came close to happening during the Cuban Missile Crisis when a lone submarine commander attempted to detonate a nuclear missile.

During the decision-making in the gameplay, there are several factors that I want players to take into consideration. It is a term being used during the Cold War as a game theory that if both country could guarantee to destroy the other one , they wouldn’t actually do it because of the counter-attack.

Here’s why this happens and how we can avoid putting ourselves in situations where playing means losing. As of 2016, 174,000 survivors of the bombing are still alive, living with the physical, psychological, and social consequences.

Tension is still prevalent, as each must keep up with the developments of the other to ensure continued equality. TL;DR I really want to play something with lots of (mass)destruction, firepower, annihilated cities and/or countries. They can decide which ones to discard or trade, as long as they have their buildings functioning with enough population at the end of this stage. Before the show started and during intermission, there were family photos on a slideshow on a projector. Substantial numbers of people could survive a global world war, although it is unlikely that we would be able to overcome the secondary impact.This week I had the opportunity to see a dress rehearsal for the upcoming spring play Mutually Assured Destruction.

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