Now that the Cold War is over, you might think the threat of nuclear annihilation is gone, but that would be wrong. There are still nearly 14,000 nukes in the world and any one of them could destroy an entire city. But what exactly would happen in one were to detonate? How would the world react and what would we be able to do about it afterward?
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