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A popular Reddit thread about an "atomic cigarette lighter" seems true. In 1952, the physicist Ted Taylor used a nuclear blast to ignite his smoke.
Elon Musk still wants to terraform Mars to make it into a livable planet, and he thinks nuking the planet is still the best way to do it.
An artist’s video reenacts every nuclear explosion in history as deadly martial arts moves. The film takes hours to watch.
Eric LoPresti's "Center-Surround" video installation reenacts 2,427 atomic explosions as Aikido breakfalls to make nuclear weapons feel less abstract.
I just nuked Manhattan in a realistic new VR simulation, and the experience changed how I understand the bomb
I detonated a 15-kiloton nuclear weapon in New York City using Nukemap VR, and I was surprised by the scale of the simulated carnage.
North Korean hackers reportedly stole $2 billion from banks and cryptocurrencies to build Kim Jong Un’s nuclear weapons
According to a UN report, North Korean cyber attacks skimmed $2 billion from banks and cryptocurrency exchanges to fund its weapons programs.
On August 6, 1945, US bomber the Enola Gay launched the world's first nuclear attack, dropping an atom bomb on the Japanese city of Hiroshima.
North Korea may have built 12 nuclear bombs since the first Trump-Kim summit last year, according to recent reports from intelligence analysts
North Korea is reportedly expanding its nuclear-weapons capabilities, even after leader Kim Jong-Un promised Trump that he wouldn't do so.
A US congressman is standing by his statement that Facebook’s Libra cryptocurrency will be worse than 9/11
Rep. Brad Sherman compared Facebook's proposed Libra cryptocurrency to 9/11, predicting it would result in more US deaths over time.
‘The most intimidating minute I have ever spent’: The first nuclear weapon test was 74 years ago — here’s what it was like to ...
"It was the most shocking, enormous explosion that I had ever seen," recalled William Spindel, a member of the Special Engineer Detachment.
Veterans have a more favorable view of Trump than the general public, but many of them don't trust him to make wise decisions on military force.