Since the US detonated the first atomic bomb during the historic Trinity test there have been a staggering 2053 nuclear explosions
Apollo 14 astronaut Edgar Mitchell has made the astonishing claim that it was aliens, not diplomacy, which prevented the
Seventy years ago the US Air Force destroyed Hiroshima, the bright flash and fireball above the city revealing the world
Regarding Nicola Sturgeon's recent appearance on Panorama, what I find most interesting is one small detail - namely that
A dark new chapter in the Earth's geological history began when the first atomic bomb was detonated on July 16 1945, an international
Nuclear weapons get a lot of flak because they're dangerous, and a bit pricey. Both of these things are true. However, people getting upset about them because they watched Threads once and it (rightfully - very disturbing TV feature) scared them detracts from a rational debate.