Scientists Investigate The Threat Of Nuclear Winter

Wochit Headline News - Monday, 17 July 2017
Recently, a panel of scientists have taken a deeper look at the potential global effects of the nuclear arsenals of several of the world's major powers. The group aimed at discovers just how possible nuclear winter was with different types of weapons, as well as how many nuclear detonations it would take to cause the slightly less devastating "nuclear autumn.

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