rabid "nucular" weapons aficionado, your site might be
equivalent of a top-flite skin site for a demented pervert.
That is to say,
an impressive quantity and quality of detailed and interesting
information, comprehensive and well presented. An ideal of the
potential of the Information Superhighway.
Jersey City, NJ
you very much. Are you referring to the companion site for Atomic
Audit or the site for the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists?
Educational Foundation for Nuclear Science/Bulletin of the Atomic
World Wide Web: www.thebulletin.org
and Final Offensive:
referring to the "50 Facts About U.S. Nucular Weapons".
Specifically, the highly detailed write-ups about the Mike, Castle,
etal, H-bombadier tests. Downright titillating stuff.
Recognizing that you are with the Bulletin (a politicized
publication thoroughly out of step with innovative atomic thought),
our fascination with nukers is likely diametric. That is to
say, it would be entertainment of the first order (potentially
pay-per-view?) if every so often, a Big One was set off in a remote
location. Surely our grand earth can absorb such a
"supra"-natural spectacle once in a while? Even just
once a year? It's the fireworks principle, only several orders
of magnitude greater
busting chops; but you guys were dead wrong about Ronnie Reagan, and
have completely turned to dust in your thinking on missile defense.
What time is your atomic clock presently set at? Recall when
the Bulletin "dramatically" set it at "4 minutes to
Midnight" during the Reagan years. It must be now
12:01am? Or it would be for the U.S. if America starts
constructing ABMs. And never mind "bullet-on-bullet"
kill scenarios that make exo-atmospheric interception such a
difficult sell. In a real crisis, we can only hope and surmise
that America's National Command Authorities will put some kilotons
on the interceptors themselves, and see how many decoys get through
THAT. Takes a nuker to kill a nuker.