How would the destruction if a nuclear bomb fell in Mexico? This simulator tells you so

A question that we’ve all made some, although all fear, we prefer not to know the answer: How would it be if one dropped a nuclear bomb on our house? In reality it is a notion quite far, in fact last January, the Clock of the Apocalypse -which is a measure administered by scientists that estimates how close we are to a nuclear war – was in its time a more advanced one, since 1953 due to the crisis on a bilateral basis between the united States and North Korea.…

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North Korea Designed a Nuke. So Did This Truck Driver

John Coster-Mullen has reverse-engineered America’s first nuclear weapons and has self-published a book on his findings. Meredith Rizzo/NPR hide caption toggle caption Meredith Rizzo/NPR John Coster-Mullen has reverse-engineered America’s first nuclear weapons and has self-published a book on his findings. Meredith Rizzo/NPR This year, deep inside a mountain, North Korea detonated a giant nuclear bomb. The weapon was powerful; at least 10 times more destructive than the bomb the U.S. dropped on Hiroshima at the end of World War II. The North claimed it was an advanced, thermonuclear design. The…

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