Thursday, February 7, 2019
Nuclear Weapons :: Threats To World Peace
Nuclear WeaponsIn the beginning The Atomic Bomb was constructed to fetch up a war and save lives. Since that time fear and power subscribe risen because of the threat of human destruction. Coming from Los Alamos, New Mexico a townspeople that makes nuclear weapons I have a different view than most. In Los Alamos we always have protesters with big signs calling the scientist, that work at The Los Alamos field Laboratory, killers. Now when I drive by and see these signs I squeeze out non help but recall of my father, stepmother, and all my neighbors, all of my friends parents as being killers. I know and love these people and to see them called killers is a strange concept to grasp. The following will discuss nuclear weapons and what the think use is, where and how nuclear weapons became a problem, the effect it has had on the world, the problems it has caused, what is being through with(p) about the problems. Nuclear weapons are the backbone and liberator of our great countr y. To put a tool used to insure our great country on the backburner would be a great injustice and would put our country in weighed down danger.Many people ask why do we still collect all of these weapons or killers as they are often referred to as? They think that we have enough already and what is the point of continuing the excess. Instead of thought of nuclear weapons as killers we should be looking at them as lifesavers. In that light I think everyone would agree that you could not put a limit of the value of life. Everybody hears the statistics about the United States having enough weapons to blow the world up three times. This may be true, however as engine room advances so do weapons and you can bet other countries are not settling for the weapons they already posses. If we were to stop the production of nuclear weapons we would be altogether in that effort. When we have people like Sadam Hussain in the world, which we always will, we consume the protection that only n uclear weapons can provide. If people think that act to bargain with a man like Hussain without safety net is glib then they are hugely mistaken. It would be like using a typewriter instead of using a computer because we have an abundance of typewriters. It would be wrong to assume that a broader conception of international security makes it easier to obtain the goal of nuclear abolition (Cowen-Karp 6).