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Is Nuclear War a Possibility A nuclear weapon is a bomb or warhead whose great explosive power derives from the release of nuclear energy They are the most monstrous weapons of our time and there is no illusion about the reality of their danger The world watched in horror when the USA dropped two Atomic Bombs on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki at the end of the Second World War At 815 in the morning on 6th August 1945 the first atomic bomb exploded over Hiroshima with a blinding flash in the sky and a great rush of air and a loud rumble of noise extended for many miles around the city The first blast was followed by the sounds of falling buildings growing fires and a great cloud of dust and smoke began to cast a pall of darkness over the city The bomb of Nagasaki was dropped on August 9th 1945 again early in the morning with similar effects These two bombs resulted in nearly a quarter of a million casualties and further generations of infant mortality birth defects cancers leukaemias and emotional and physical scarring Japan surrendered shortly afterwards Looking at the destruction of these two cities from just two nuclear weapons of a fairly basic nature compared to the technology and weaponry that now exists it is not surprising that those who survive a nuclear war would envy the dead But the question remains Is Nuclear War a Possibility Progressive Situation The fact that there are more than 35000 nuclear weapons still maintained by the eight known nuclear powers of the world suggests a will to deploy them So many would not have been developed unless there was an intention to use them and collectively there is enough power to destroy the world five times over However it can also be argued that only two of the worlds nuclear weapons have been used in warfare and
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