Question Regarding Nuclear Weapons?

Given an indefinite amount of time, access to nuclear weapons, and human fallibility, the use of nuclear weapons is inevitable, unless some preventative measures are taken, correct?

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  • fozzel
    Lv 6
    9 years ago
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    Yep, the sadly growing unrest even at this particular

    moment show, that the 'Unforgivable' use of a nuclear

    device in what ever form, dirty-bomb,explosive nuclear device,

    neutron bomb or E.M.P weapon by a certain terrorist regime,

    or nation demands the ULTIMATE response; that is to retaliate

    and use thermonuclear weapons to totally annihilate the rogue

    persons or state for ' breeding ' the people who decided this

    grave human error of wrongful judgment of killing 'innocents'

    . Bloody Fools!!!

    They will never win, (terrorists or others who wish to partake

    in this almost imminent scenario). [Should it ever occur]?

    Fingers Crossed it never does.!!!!!!!!

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    Probably. The doctrine of deterrence by mutually-assured destruction worked fine, until the advent of Islamic extremism. Now we have an irrational enemy that wishes for death. So yes, a terror-sponsoring nation such as Iran, or a terrorist group such as Al Qaeda, will eventually acquire and detonate a nuclear device. But they better have more than one nuclear weapon, because that's when the United States Marines will go old-school on whatever country or group did it---men, women, children, livestock, infrastructure, everything and everyone dead and burnt and lying on the ground rotting, until the threat of another nuclear explosion is eliminated completely.

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    Those who are into making them may have them blown in their faces.

    Life is about living not about making destructive weapons.

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  • angela
    Lv 7
    9 years ago

    Frighteningly, yes.

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