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Why North Korea’s Latest Rocket Launch Does Not Spell Imminent Doom
North Korea's entrance into the small group of spacefaring nations is certainly significant. But the idea that it is nearing an intercontinental nuclear capability is overblown.
How The Evil Tech In James Bond Films Evolved Alongside Real-World Fears
Five 007 threats adapted from history, from nuclear-powered missile jammers to anonymous computer hackers
How it Would Work: Destroying an Incoming Killer Asteroid With a Nuclear Blast
Simulations show how unleashing Earth's destructive arsenal into deep space could save the planet
What Are You Working on Today, Roadrunner?
The Roadrunner supercomputer could tell you what it's doing, but then it would have to kill you. Seriously.
Former Air Force Officers Claim UFOs Visited Bases, Tampered With Nukes
The truth is out there, and yesterday a group of retired Air Force officers gathered the media and a handful … Continued
FYI: What Happens to Disarmed Nuclear Warheads?
To conform to the New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty, the U.S. must cull its deployed nuclear strategic warheads by roughly … Continued
Obama’s ‘Proven’ SM-3 Missile Interceptor May Only Succeed 20 Percent of the Time, Say Physicists
The Obama administration has worked tirelessly towards nuke reductions in recent months, signing an arms control treaty with Russia and … Continued
Old Soviet Warheads Fuel America’s Nuclear Power Industry
Could the Cold War be heating and lighting your home? If you are one of many Americans whose life is … Continued