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Basement Nukes the Consequences of Cheap Weapons of Mass Destruction
Edwin S. Strauss
by Loompanics Unlimited
Written in English
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Sure — we have an arsenal of atomic and hydrogen bombs. Btw where have you been, that you don’t know this? There are today about 25 nuclear weapons armed states. The USA developed and used the first nuclear weapons (in ) which was why we won. 1. declare sole purpose of US nuclear weapons is to deter 2. change rapid response from minutes to days (to get Russia to take weapons off alert) 3. eliminate pre-set targeting plans 4. unilaterally reduce arsenal to less than warheads 5. halt all new program development 6. commit to no new testing 7. cut back on missile defense.
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Basement Nukes: Social Consequences of Cheap Weapons of Mass Destruction by Erwin S. Strauss (Loompanics,) begins with the premise that your government cannot protect you.
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I bought this book expecting to read an overview of all the current weapons of mass destruction including the threats they pose to civilization and the measures that are necessary to counter them.
However the book is largely about nuclear wepons and the history of their development and deployment, focusing, arguably necessarily, on the Cold War/5(4). Toxic chemicals or infectious micro-organisms have been used as weapons to harm or kill humans for millennia, from the ancient practice of poisoning an enemy’s wells and throwing plague-infected bodies over the walls of cities under siege, to the horrifying usage of germ warfare during the Second World War in Asia, or the use of nerve gases in the Iran-Iraq War.
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Evidence of their horrors is paramount in the Japanese cities of. I've always wondered why they never used nuclear weapons in Mass Effect. With the exception of the improvised explosive used on Virmire, there is little mention of nuclear weapons at all.
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When most of us think of weapons of mass destruction, we think of nuclear bombs, or nerve gas, or biological agents. So it was surprising to see. The effects of weapons of mass destruction cannot be contained, either spatially or temporally; are partially unpredictable; discriminate poorly between combatants and non-combatants and are highly disruptive of ecosystems and the plants and animals they contain.
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Basement Nukes the Consequences of Cheap Weapons of Mass Destruction by Erwin S. Strauss (Mason, Michigan: Loompanics Unlimited, ) asserted many of the same conclusions, though from different data.
Strauss earned a B.S. in physics from M.I.T. and is well-known in science fiction fandom.Chemical weapon - Chemical weapon - Weapons of mass destruction: Chemical weapons did not become true weapons of mass destruction (WMD) until they were introduced in their modern form in World War I (–18).
The German army initiated modern chemical warfare by launching a chlorine attack at Ypres, Belgium, on Apkilling 5, French and Algerian troops and momentarily. Weapons of mass destruction (WMD) include chemical, biological, and radiological agents with the potential to cause death at low doses and with serious long term health effects in survivors.
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