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    Teachers Should be Allowed to Conceal Weapons. How many more students have to be killed in school shootings before teachers are allowed an advantage in protecting the kids they are responsible for? Criminals that shoot up schools are cowards and have no common regard for human life. Gun control is an overwhelming debate in this day and age, people believe that guns kill people when in reality it is people that kill people. People are so afraid of guns that they take them out of the hands of…

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    Imagine a world without weapons of mass destruction, like atomic bombs. Our world would be at peace. Atomic bombs cause contamination to items, radiation that killed plants and animals, and the atomic bombs killed and caused disability of thousands of people. These were examples of why Weapons of mass destruction like atomic bombs, should be cleared all across the nation. To Start, atomic bombs can cause massive amounts of radiation. The text, Pros and Cons of Nuclear Weapons-List of Facts…

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    The Manhattan Project was a project that produced the first nuclear weapons during World War II. It all started when Einstein found out the Germans were working on a new and more powerful weapon for war. Einstein wrote a letter to the president which helped initiate the effort to build an atomic bomb. In December 1941 the government launched the Manhattan project. The project was originally named Development of Substitute Materials. It included over 30 different research and production…

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    entitled “Deadly Deception: General Electric, Nuclear Weapons, & Our Environment” is the documentary film that both horrifies and enlightens the unaware public to the policies and misconduct of General Electric. It spans the spectrum of conversation dealing with GE’s production of nuclear weapons and materials versus its appearance of “Bringing good things to life”. The audience gets exposed to GE’s employees who were adversely and negatively impacted by its nuclear program, and bears witness to…

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    proxy wars. Nuclear Weapons v.…

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    United Nations defines chemical and bacteriological weapons as chemical agents or chemical substances that are either gaseous, liquid or solid and are use due to its toxicity and harmful effects towards animals, plants and humans. Furthermore, bacteriological agents of warfare are living organism, that as well as chemical weapons, are intended to cause disease or death in animals, plants, and humans. The difference is that bacteriological weapons “depend for their effects on their ability to…

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    Nuclear War Julius Robert Oppenheimer, the father of the atomic bomb, was quoted saying “Now I have become Death, destroyer of worlds.” This was his response after witnessing the first atomic bomb being detonated. Nuclear war is a serious threat to our way of life. The criteria for something to be a serious threat to our way of life are the likelihood, the consequences, and the lack of preparation. Nuclear war is a serious threat because of its likelihood. Nuclear war has a high…

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    was the start of the Cold War Arms Race, the start of a fight for nuclear power and…

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    attacks remain as the only nuclear attacks carried out in history. The devastating effects of these attacks were ultimately enough to put an end to World War II and discourage the use of nuclear weapons in future conflicts. In War, Peace, and International Relations, written by Colin Gray, he examines five different ways in which nuclear weapons have changed the international system. The first being that nuclear weapons made a decisive victory between nuclear powers impossible. The…

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    For thirteen days in October of 1962, a truly perilous flirtation with nuclear war developed between the United States and the Soviet Union, as both superpowers argued over the installation of Soviet nuclear weapons in Cuba (George, 2013, p. 1). The Cuban missile crisis of 1962 is considered to be one of the pivotal moments in the history of the Cold War, this brought the world closer than ever to the brink of nuclear war. During the crisis, both the U.S. and the Soviet Union recognised the…

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