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Scientists' study of rubble pile asteroids can help save the Earth - study

Ruble pile asteroids are far more common and durable than previously believed, but it does mean that using nuclear weapons could safely stop an impact.

23/01/2023

Russia's Medvedev warns NATO of nuclear war if Ukraine wins

Medvedev said NATO and other defense leaders should think about the risks of their policy.

By REUTERS
19/01/2023

Where is the best place to hide in case of a nuclear attack? - study

Experts say that in case of a nuclear attack, people would only have a matter of seconds to get to safety before it is too late.

Is the US unable to hit target plutonium pit production for nukes? - report

The US aims to maintain its nuclear arsenal by making 80 plutonium pits per year by 2030, but the GAO says this plan is lacking schedule and cost.

15/01/2023

Russian ex-president Medvedev says Japanese PM should disembowel himself

In response to the Japanese and US president issuing a statement condemning potential use of Nuclear bombs against Ukraine, former Russian PM said the Japanese PM should disembowel himself.

By REUTERS
14/01/2023

Russia may use nukes if it thinks Ukraine will win - ex-US general

The fear that Russia may end up deploying nuclear weapons as the war continues is something that has raised concerns with decision-makers and analysts throughout the world. 

Biden admin says US wrongly revoked Oppenheimer's security clearance in 1954

Oppenheimer, a theoretical physicist, headed the top secret Los Alamos Laboratory, which was established under President Franklin Roosevelt as home of the Manhattan Project.

By REUTERS
17/12/2022

Would Iran give a nuclear bomb to al-Qaeda? - analysis

Why would someone leak such a story and how real is the threat of al-Qaeda getting nuclear material or a “dirty bomb” style nuclear bomb from Iran, even if it did not happen this time?

Iran may be able to build 'crude' nukes within six months - report

A new think tank report details how to deter Tehran from making the move to build a few crudely made nuclear weapons.

What do we know about the US Air Force's new 'Raider' B-21 nuclear bomber?

The B-21 was unveiled on Friday during a dramatic ceremony at Northrop's Plant 42 in Palmdale, California, offering members of the public the first look at the new bomber.

By REUTERS
03/12/2022
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