"Fusion: The Search For Endless Energy" Robin Herman 1990 p75. Further, who was working for Teller at the time at Livermore, could not resist. He was 26 when he filed this poem, "Perils of Modern Living," published in 1956 by the New Yorker magazine:"When I first wrote it," Furth recalled, "
Well up beyond the tropostrata There is a region stark and stellar Where, on a streak of anti-matter, Lived Dr. Edward Anti-Teller.
Remote from Fusion's origin, He lived unguessed and unawares With all his anti-kith and kin, And kept macassars on his chairs.
One morning, idling by the sea, He spied a tin of monstrous girth That bore three letters: A.E.C. Out stepped a visitor from Earth.
Then, shouting gladly o'er the sands, Met two who in their alien ways Were like as lentils. Their right hands Clasped, and the rest was gamma rays.