Nuclear Warfare in the New Millenium
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Nuclear Warfare in the New Millenium
The impact of nuclear warfare on modern society.
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Nuclear Warfare, an Effective Deterrent or the End of Mankind?

Nuclear Warfare, an Effective Deterrent or the End of Mankind? | Nuclear Warfare in the New Millenium | Scoop.it
The history of the nuclear A-bomb in WWII, its capabilities, death toll, and its unstable nature are just a few reasons why nuclear warfare is no longer an effective deterrent. The history of the ...
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A small death in Tehran | ScienceWonk

A small death in Tehran | ScienceWonk | Nuclear Warfare in the New Millenium | Scoop.it
And we have to remember – under the nuclear non-proliferation treaty any nation can legally enrich uranium to 20% – it is only illegal to exceed that level. So Iran is perfectly ...
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Hanford nuclear weapons waste – the costliest, slowest ...

Hanford nuclear weapons waste – the costliest, slowest ... | Nuclear Warfare in the New Millenium | Scoop.it
The sad thing is this incredible quantity of nuclear waste is not even the by-product of useful energy, but the massive nuclear stockpiles produced by the US throughout the Cold War. Hanford is where Manhattan Project ...
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Science with a Skew: The Nuclear Power Industry After Chernobyl and Fukushima - truthout

Science with a Skew: The Nuclear Power Industry After Chernobyl and Fukushima - truthout | Nuclear Warfare in the New Millenium | Scoop.it
Science with a Skew: The Nuclear Power Industry After Chernobyl and FukushimatruthoutWhat is less well understood is the nature of the “evidence” that gives the nuclear industry its mandate, Cold War science which, with its reassurances about...
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Science with a Skew: The Nuclear Power Industry After Chernobyl ...

Science with a Skew: The Nuclear Power Industry After Chernobyl ... | Nuclear Warfare in the New Millenium | Scoop.it
Nobody in the 1950s wanted to hear that a fraction of the radiation dose “known” to be safe could kill a child. During the Cold War, officials were assuring us we could survive all-out nuclear war by ducking and covering under ...
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