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Nuclear Strikes Scientifically there is no obstacle for a nuclear or atomic bomb There are no secrets in Nuclear Science anymore Anyone with a reasonable physics degree and access to a good technical library could design a workable atomic bomb in less than 6 months so why hasnt anyone Maybe there has been no one is exactly sure In the last 52 years there has been enough nuclear warheads made to destroy every city in the world and still have thousands left overChurch 40 This all happened during the Cold War a period of 45 years 1947- 1991 between mainly the two superpowers United States and the Soviet Union Other nations were involved and 2 wars were fought over it Korea and Vietnam and a nuclear war was almost waged Cuban Missile Crisis Now with the breakup of the Soviet Union into a loose Commonwealth no one is exactly sure who has all the weapons Certain nations inherited them Belarus Kazakhstan Ukraine and Russia while others tried stealing them Iran Libya and North Korea And since the breakup certain people have been caught stealing the materials needed to make a bomb These terrorists have never been caught in the United States but numerous times in Europewwwpbsorg As a matter of fact the Russians say someone stole a bomb simulator which will explode and make mushroom cloud but has no nuclear componentWilkie People know that despite efforts to keep control on the old Soviet stockpile and waste terrorists are getting the plutonium and uranium needed to make nuclear weapons to kill masses of people This is kind of the history of the nuclear atomic bomb all from Williams The first atomic bomb was thought up by Albert Einstein in the late 30s In 1942 Enrico Fermi brought about
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