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No amount of "brute force" would make stop such a storm, experts say.
27 August, 2019
Image source: National Nuclear Security Administration / Nevada Site Office
- Donald Trump reportedly has asked about nuking hurricanes a few times, but denied it on Twitter.
- The idea has been around for a while, even though it's proven to be useless and incredibly dangerous.
- Hurricanes let off more heat energy than dozens of nuclear bombs combined and there would be no way to stop the radiation from spreading if anyone ever tried nuking one.
New findings show that Russian explosion was from a nuclear reactor.
26 August, 2019
Image source: Thomas Nilsen
- Nuclear experts confirm that the Russian explosion that occurred earlier in August was likely from a nuclear reactor.
- Rapidly decaying radioactive isotopes were found in the surrounding area.
- A number of independent researchers confirmed the findings.
The times in history when science was deadly and dangerous.
10 April, 2017
A masked ecologist militant is pictured with a barrel falsely contaminated during a demonstration against nuclear energy near the Tricastin nuclear power plant run by Areva in Bollene, southern France, on November 25, 2011, during a visit of France's Pres
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