Should people be allowed to build a nuclear bomb in their backyard?

by Quinton on March 20th, 2016
 Filed under: Defense, Nuclear Bomb


Quinton: This is one of those
Sun, 03/20/2016 - 12:03

This is one of those questions that you can ask, but the actual practicality of it is really slim. Just to get the resources to build a nuclear weapon would be very challenging. These resources are already heavily controlled. And then to have or acquire the actual understanding of how to build a nuclear weapon would be rather challenging. And then if it really was in your backyard or garage somebody would catch wind of it and tell their DRO about it. At this point the DRO would investigate this matter in full to understand the extent of what is going on. This person would be shown as possibly building a nuclear weapon and society would probably ostracize them if this was true. If it wasn't true they could easily show that it's not true and go about their business. If they were able to conceal it and really pull it off without anybody knowing then they would do something that is almost impossible to do. There are too many people involved with the operation for it to be a secret. And then you'd have to ask why are they building it? What do they plan to do with it? There is a lot to an example like this and it would probably never come up anyway.

[email protected]: Once again, why join a
Sat, 06/18/2016 - 10:05

Once again, why join a society of peace and equality if your going to bring violence and harm. There has to be lines drawn that everyone agrees with for this to work.

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