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Even A Small Nuclear War Would Still Have Effects On Global Scale - Forbes

 
 
Even A Small Nuclear War Would Still Have Effects On Global ScaleForbesOn November the 1st 1983, leading Russian and American scientists, including author Carl Sagan, discussed the possible consequences of a nuclear war. Apart from the immediate destruction of infrastructure and the loss of millions of lives, the ...
 
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