As president Putin of Russia is putting the Nuclear arsenal on high alert, people are asking google this 20 questions
With Putin's threats on nuclear weapons, people have begun to worry and turn to Google for answers to questions about human safety and the damage that can be caused by a nuclear weapon. Bemorepanda has collected the 20 most frequently asked questions on Google in the last few days.
A nuclear bomb is an explosive weapon that uses nuclear reactions, either by nuclear fission or by fusion. These weapons can release huge amounts of energy, causing widespread destruction and death from a small amount of matter.
Nuclear weapons were first developed and used during World War II. J. Robert Oppenheimer led a scientific team that developed the first nuclear weapons. These weapons are extremely destructive and a bomb has the potential to kill millions of people and destroy the entire city.
Weapons work by releasing energy stored in the nuclei of atoms; large amounts of energy can be released from a relatively small amount of matter. There are two types of nuclear weapons: fission and thermonuclear. Fission bombs release energy through fission reactions when heavy nuclei are split into lighter nuclei, releasing energy. Thermonuclear bombs (also known as hydrogen bombs or H-Bombs) use both fission and fusion reactions. Fission reactions are used to trigger fusion reactions. A fusion reaction is when two light nuclei are combined to form a heavier nucleus. Most modern thermonuclear weapons use a reaction between two isotopes of hydrogen: deuterium and tritium. Most modern weapons are thermonuclear because they are more effective.
Top 20 questions about Nuclear Weapons
To date, two nuclear weapons have been used by the United States during the war. Towards the end of World War II, two bombs were dropped on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The bombings killed 120,000 people, mostly civilians. The bomb dropped on Hiroshima, with an explosive impact of 15,000 tons of TNT, which destroyed 70% of the city's buildings. Ninety percent of the people at a distance of 500 meters from the explosion died of severe burns or high doses of radiation within three weeks. Those who survived the attack were more likely to have cancer than those who were not in town. The use of these bombs led to the end of World War II, but their use is still debated.
Countries that have nuclear weapons have them mainly as a deterrent. Having only nuclear weapons and threatening to use them is considered sufficient to prevent a country from attacking. There are currently nine countries considered to have nuclear weapons, with Russia and the United States having the majority of weapons. Many countries and international organizations, such as the United Nations, are calling for a reduction in the number of nuclear weapons or even complete international disarmament.
The hydrogen bomb is by far the most important weapon of mass destruction that man has ever invented. It is the most powerful type of nuclear weapon, even 2,000 times more powerful than the bombs detonated in Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
The difference between a regular atomic bomb and a hydrogen bomb is the type of reaction. Type A atomic bombs release energy accumulated through the fission process (spontaneous or induced phenomenon of cleavage of a heavy atomic nucleus in several products with very high kinetic masses), while hydrogen bombs act by fusing the nuclei of tritium and deuterium. is, according to the explanatory dictionary, a nuclear reaction of merging two light nuclei to form a heavier nucleus).
1. How many nuclear bomb does Russia have?
Russia has the largest known nuclear arsenal in the world, with over 6,200 total weapons— roughly 1,458 strategic warheads on 527 ballistic missiles; 4,500 other warheads; and another 1,750 awaiting decommissioning.
2. Does Russia have a nuclear bomb?
The Federation of American Scientists estimates that Russia has 5,977 nuclear warheads, more than any other country. Of these, 1,588 are deployed and ready for use. Its missiles can be fired from land, by submarines and by airplanes.
3. How many nukes does Russia have in 2022?
4,477 nuclear warheads
Hans M Kristensen and Matt Korda, writing for the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, stated: "As of early 2022, we estimate that Russia has a stockpile of approximately 4,477 nuclear warheads assigned for use by long-range strategic launchers and shorter-range tactical nuclear forces.
4. Who has the largest nuclear arsenal?
Russia has more nuclear weapons than any other nation on Earth, according to Hans Kristensen, director of the nuclear information project at the Federation of American Scientists. "We estimate that they have about 4,500 or so nuclear warheads in their military stockpile," he says.
5. Can Russia's nuclear weapons reach the United States?
New START limits all Russian deployed intercontinental-range nuclear weapons, including every Russian nuclear warhead that is loaded onto an intercontinental-range ballistic missile that can reach the United States in approximately 30 minutes.
6. Who gave the atomic bomb to Russia?
Klaus Fuchs, Physicist Who Gave Atomic Secrets to the Soviet, Dies at 76.
7. How many nuclear weapons does the US and Russia have?
The exact number of nuclear warheads is a state secret and is therefore a matter of guesswork. As of 2022, the Federation of American Scientists estimates that Russia possesses 5,977 nuclear weapons, while the United States has 5,428; Russia and the U.S. each have about 1,600 active deployed strategic nuclear warheads.
8. How many nuclear weapons does the US have?
5,550 nuclear weapons
The United States follows with 5,550 nuclear weapons in total, of which 1,389 are active, 2,361 are available, and 1,800 are retired.
9. Which countries have nuclear weapons in 2022?
Countries With Nuclear Weapons 2022
Russia - 6,255 nuclear warheads.
United States of America - 5,550 nuclear warheads.
China - 350 nuclear warheads.
France - 290 nuclear warheads.
United Kingdom - 225 nuclear warheads.
Pakistan - 165 nuclear warheads.
India - 156 nuclear warheads.
Israel - 90 nuclear warheads.
10. Can nuclear weapons be destroyed?
The only way to completely eliminate nuclear risks is to eliminate nuclear weapons from the planet. Roughly 9,000 nuclear weapons are hidden away in bunkers and missile siloes, stored in warehouses, at airfields and naval bases, and carried by dozens of submarines across the world.
11. Who has the largest nuclear weapon?
Russia has the largest stockpile of nuclear weapons in the world, but they are far from the only country with such deadly weapons at their command. Currently, the total number of global nuclear weapons is believed to be around 13,000.
12. Who has the best missiles in the world?
The DF-41 is currently the most powerful Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM), developed in China. It is one of the deadliest ICBMs in the world. It is based on an 8-axle launcher vehicle and is similar in concept to Russian road-mobile ICBMs such as Topol-M and Yars.
13. Would a nuclear war destroy the world?
Such an attack would almost certainly destroy the entire economic, social, and military infrastructure of the target nation, and would probably have a devastating effect on Earth's biosphere.
14. Is Ukraine a nuclear weapon?
Kazakhstan has since acceded to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. Ukraine has acceded to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. Ukraine inherited "as many as 3,000" nuclear weapons when it became independent from the Soviet Union in 1991, making its nuclear arsenal the third-largest in the world.
15. What defense does the US have against nuclear weapons?
Ground-based Midcourse Defense
Ground-based Midcourse Defense (GMD) is the only system currently deployed to defend the continental U.S., with 44 interceptors based in Alaska and California.
16. How did the Russians get nuclear technology?
The Soviets started experimenting with nuclear technology in 1943, and first tested a nuclear weapon in August 1949. Many of the fission-based devices left behind radioactive isotopes which have contaminated air, water and soil in the areas immediately surrounding, downwind and downstream of the blast site.
17. What cities would be nuked first?
Dr. Redlener identified six cities that have the greatest likelihood of being attacked: New York, Chicago, Washington D.C., Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Houston.
18. Which country has the best defense system?
1) United States. Despite sequestration and other spending cuts, the United States spends more money — $601 billion — on defense than the next nine countries on Credit Suisse's index combined.
19. Can a nuclear war be won?
A weapon that can lead to self-destruction is not a weapon that can be used strategically. US President Reagan put it in clear words at the height of the Cold War: “A nuclear war cannot be won and must never be fought. The only value in our two nations possessing nuclear weapons is to make sure they will never be used.
20. How powerful is a nuclear bomb?
Drozdenko said US nukes generally had explosive yields equivalent to about 300 kilotons of TNT, while Russian nukes tended to range from 50 to 100 kilotons to 500 to 800 kilotons, though each country has more powerful nuclear weapons.
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Behavioral Neurology Specialist Gonzalo Quintana Zunino of Concordia University (Canada) has revealed what are the sex rules during coronavirus infection. The specialist column was published by the newspaper The Conversation.
The author notes that there is currently no evidence of sexual transmission of SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, involving vaginal, oral and anal contacts. Meanwhile, the specialist recalls that recorded cases of transmission of infection include not only the airborne droplet, but also the fecal-oral route.
The scientist concludes that almost any sexual practice will lead to the transmission of the virus. “Now is not the time to have sex,” the author is sure, noting that “if you and your partner have no symptoms and you stayed at home, then sex is most likely not dangerous.”
Otherwise, the specialist recommends doing "simple and small experiments." The author writes, in particular, on the use of condoms and latex gloves. “Instead of kisses and sexual intimacy, try erotic massage, chatting, courtship, mutual masturbation, watching or reading erotica, watching your partner enjoy himself,” the author writes.
According to the expert, during coronavirus infection, rimming should “remain completely behind the scenes”, and kisses through a mask will not save from infection.
In March, Louisiana State University (USA) reported that taking angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors and angiotensin II receptor blockers, recommended, in particular, for elderly people with cardiovascular diseases, increases the likelihood of contracting SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus in these individuals.
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