Is a nuclear war really going to happen?

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  • Is a nuclear war really going to happen?


Answer #1 | 06/06 2017 08:52
Highly unlikely. Everyone knows exactly what a nuke can do, the only reason most countries have it is as a defense mechanism since other countries have it. The extremely small percent chance of it happening mainly comes from North Korea, in which the UN is very upset at NK because of the missile tests. Even China is siding against North Korea using any nuclear weapons and threatening to launch missiles, cutting off big trades with the North. (China being the main contributor to North Korea's imports at $2.95 Billion). But as said, every other country knows how badly nuclear weapons can not only effect humans, but the only Earth we live on. Because of this, nuclear war is highly unlikely.
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Answer #2 | 06/06 2017 08:50
we are stupid enough to cause one that is all I can say like a stock market crash a stupid thing can set fire to everything it the way we live fu** tomorrow
Positive: 53.947368421053 %
Answer #3 | 06/06 2017 09:02
It seems inevitable that a war of some kind is going to happen in the foreseeable future. Whether it gets nuclear depends on how long it's dragged out. The only reason we invented the atom bombs in the first place was to quickly end the war so we wouldn't have to invade Japan and potentially get millions killed on both sides.
Positive: 50.684931506849 %

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