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The Ban Treaty Must Address the Scientifically Predicted Consequences of Nuclear War

Steven Starr Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
The research predicts that a nuclear war fought between emerging nuclear weapon states—with less than 1 percent of the explosive power contained in the global nuclear arsenals—can produce catastrophic long-term damage to global environment and weather. A war fought with 100 atomic bombs can result in the coldest average annual surface temperatures experienced in the last 1,000 years, and this prolonged cold (and drought) would last for several years.

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Why You Should Care About Nukes

Maybe the biggest nuclear weapons threat in the post-cold war world is an accidental Apocalypse, triggering a nuclear winter.

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