One World One Curriculum : A Report Essay

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ONE WORLD-ONE CURRICULUM A report, published by the Pew Research Center in 2014, cites nuclear weapons as one of the five greatest dangers the world faces today. The other dangers are AIDS and diseases, religious and ethnic conflicts, environmental concerns, and inequality. The havoc that the two nuclear bombs created in Hiroshima and Nagasaki remains the ugliest proof of the extent of damage these deadly weapons can cause. The two bombs killed millions of people. Can you imagine what can over 10,000 nuclear weapons, present in the world right now, possibly do? Albert Einstein once said,” I know not with what weapons world war three will be fought, but world war four will be fought with sticks and stones.” The statement sums it all about the possible catastrophe the nuclear weapons can inflict. The effects of the nuclear holocaust are unimaginably ugly. Many nations are busy equipping their arsenal with nukes, with the US and Russia ranking top. Experts suggest that if a war breaks between these two nuclear giants, the world may see its worst phase in the history. Hundreds of cities will be reduced to ashes within the blinking of the eye. An estimated 150 million tons of smoke will form a thick cloud in the stratosphere around the earth, which will stay for years blocking the sunlight and will lead to the much-talked ‘nuclear winter’. The people who escape the direct impact of the weapons will have to live in the self-inflicted ice age. With the seeping temperature of…

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