Would you ever trust an individual with a nuclear weapon?
What about a government?
- Anonymous7 years agoFavorite Answer
I don't trust anyone with nuclear weapons. Humans make mistakes. Look at what happened in that nuclear power plant in Japan and what happened in that Texas explosion. No matter how many regulations you have; humans make mistakes because to err is human.
Also technology goes haywire every now and then; just look at what happens with the internet sometimes; the more people who have nuclear weapons the bigger the chance of something going wrong.
Also what happens if someone in government gets suicidal or depressed and the person in charge of pushing the button ends up a drug addict and decides to push the button, or whatever they do to activate nuclear weapons? I would never trust an individual or government with a nuclear weapon because human nature is basically flawed.
- Hobble D. HoyLv 47 years ago
Depends on the individual. Depends on the government. Some can be trusted, other cannot.
- Anonymous7 years ago
It depends on the individual and the government really.
- ElliotLv 77 years ago
I wouldn't trust anyone or anything with a nuclear weapon.
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- 7 years ago
No but the U.S has nuclear weaponsSource(s): what does that tell you?
- SCE2AUX2Lv 77 years ago
My uncle was captain of a nuclear missile submarine when they had 100% control of the missles and warheads aboard.
I trusted him completely.
- apeman605Lv 77 years ago
Depends on the person, depends on the government.
- Prince NezLv 77 years ago
Great question. Unfortunately we don't have a choice.
- summertimeLv 77 years ago
We have them. So no.
- 7 years ago
No and no.