#nuclearbombs

  1. Lindsey Graham's Nuclear Bombs 'Tantrum' Sparks Backlash

    By Mandy Taheri Senator Lindsey Graham got heated on Sunday during an interview with NBC News' Meet the Press host Kristen Welker —with snippets of the conversation circulating on social media that included some mischaracterizations of his statements and context that said the senat
  2. Map Shows Nuclear Radiation Exposure in US States

    By Anna Skinner Four new states could be added to the Radiation Exposure Compensation Act if Senator Josh Hawley 's bill passes in the Senate on Thursday. Hawley, a Republican from Missouri, is hoping to extend the RECA expiration date and claims filing deadline while also allowing
  3. Chilling reason why we'll never see Doomsday Clock strike midnight

    By Mizy Judah Clifton The Doomsday clock is said to warn of catastrophe in the coming year - after 2023 has seen war, natural disasters, political strife and more - but there's one chilling reason we'll never see it strike midnight. The symbolic device was created in part by scient
  4. Doomsday Clock warns world of catastrophe in 2024 after year of war and natural disasters

    By Kieren Williams The Doomsday Clock is said to warn of catastrophe in the coming year - after 2023 has seen the world entrenched in war, natural disasters, political strife and more. The symbolic device was created in part by scientists and engineers who helped on the infamous Ma
  5. The MANIAC of the title has at least two meanings. It’s an acronym for Mathematical Analyzer Numerical Integrator and Automatic Computer Model , a machine created in 1951 by Nicholas Metropolis, who based it on von Neumann’s previously developed architecture. It was a huge leap fr
  6. The MANIAC of the title has at least two meanings. It’s an acronym for Mathematical Analyzer Numerical Integrator and Automatic Computer Model , a machine created in 1951 by Nicholas Metropolis, who based it on von Neumann’s previously developed architecture. It was a huge leap fr
  7. My Tiny Hometown in the Arctic Is Becoming a Hub for Disaster Capitalism

    By Stephen Lezak Nome, Alaska—population 3,600, myself included—is one of the most remote places in North America. Entirely disconnected from the continent’s road system, it has two gas stations, two pizza joints, half a dozen sled-dog teams, and no traffic lights. And soon, Nome’