Posts Tagged ‘North Korea’
The Nuclear Sponge Sucks – or, Why Do We Still Have ICBMs?
During most of the Cold War, it was widely believed that the biggest threat was a “bolt out of the blue” surprise attack; both sides developed large land-based arsenals to prevent this.Read More
NO FIRST USE – What Are Nuclear Weapons For?
A country that declares a policy of No First Use (NFU) is saying that it will not use a nuclear weapon unless it is attacked by nuclear weapons. It is widely understood that a nuclear war would be devastating to all parties, likely causing nuclear winter and possibly even the destruction of much of human civilization.Read More
Tactical Nukes: One Little Nuclear Weapon Can Ruin Your Whole Day
Some people believe smaller nuclear weapons, or tactical nuclear weapons, can be used to fight battles. But nuclear weapons are nuclear weapons, and contemplating their use on the battlefield opens the door for full-scale nuclear war. Our videos are just a launchpad for you to continue learning about nuclear weapons. Here are various levels of…Read More
Top Ten Reasons Why Nuclear Weapons Are a Bigger Threat Now Than Ever
Since their creation in 1945, nuclear weapons have threatened human existence. Most people believe the danger disappeared with the end of the Cold War, but experts have been saying that the risk posed by nuclear weapons is actually greater now than it’s ever been. Here are 10 reasons why. This video just scratches the surface…Read More
Fire and Fury in the Hermit Kingdom
Since the 1990s we have veered between crisis and hope with North Korea. Now that they have their nuclear deterrence, what happens next?Read More