Dissuade: Russian Think Tank Suggests “Demonstrative” Nuclear Explosion to Deter Western Aggression

Moscow, Russia – Amid rising tensions between Russia and Western countries over the conflict in Ukraine, a senior member of a Russian think tank has proposed a controversial idea to use a “demonstrative” nuclear explosion as a warning to the West. Dmitry Suslov, a member of the Moscow-based Council for Foreign and Defence Policy, suggested … Read more

Nuclear Explosion at United Nuclear Corporation Plant in Wood River Junction Shook Rhode Island and Claimed a Life

Wood River Junction, Rhode Island, a village known for its tranquility, was once the site of a significant nuclear incident that took place six decades ago. The village, home to a substantial turf farm and a network of hiking trails, has a darker history tied to the United Nuclear Corporation. In the early 1960s, the … Read more

Nuclear Historian Dr. Jayita Sarkar Reflects on India’s Peaceful Nuclear Explosion and Global Nuclear History

Boston, MA – Today marks the fiftieth anniversary of India’s peaceful nuclear explosion (PNE), a significant event that shaped both Indian and nuclear history. To commemorate this occasion, a conversation was facilitated between historian Jayita Sarkar and a participant. Dr. Sarkar elaborated on the nature of the PNE and its impact on India and nuclear … Read more

Isfahan Nuclear Facility Targeted in Airstrikes by Israel: Footage Shows Strikes Hit Iranian City

ISFAHAN, IRAN – Amid escalating tensions in the Middle East, reports indicate that Israel has launched airstrikes on a target within Iran. The strikes were in response to Iran’s recent barrage of drones and rockets aimed at Israel, with footage shared on social media showing anti-aircraft fire over the city of Isfahan where one of … Read more

Israel’s Secret Nuclear Test Could End American Aid: The Shocking Revelation

Researchers in Tokyo’s Earthquake Research Institute were surprised to witness a dazzling aurora in Antarctica’s Queen Maud Land. At the same time in Puerto Rico, the Arecibo radio telescope detected an unusual disturbance in the ionosphere, while a US government lab in Florida observed a mysterious signal on a graph paper. This signal originated from … Read more

Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Plant Faces Military Threats: IAEA Chief Calls for Restraint

Kiev, Ukraine – The head of the UN atomic watchdog, Rafael Grossi, has called for “maximum military restraint” following a series of powerful explosions near the Russian-controlled Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant in Ukraine this week. This comes amid escalating tensions between Russia and Ukraine, with both sides accusing each other of jeopardizing the safety of the … Read more

Nuclear Astrophysicists Explore Manhattan Project for Unexpected Benefits

Albuquerque, New Mexico – In the film “Oppenheimer,” General Leslie Groves questions J. Robert Oppenheimer about the potential catastrophic consequences of pressing the atomic bomb detonation button. This conversation raises the “non-zero” chance that the bomb could ignite a chain reaction in Earth’s atmosphere, a scenario that intrigued nuclear astrophysicists Michael Wiescher and Karlheinz Langanke. … Read more

Russia Develops Ground-Based Nuclear Explosion Simulator for Military Training

MOSCOW, Russia – Russian military forces are revolutionizing their training with the development of a ground-based nuclear explosion simulator. This groundbreaking device, developed by researchers at the Russian Military Academy of Logistics, will offer visual simulations of the impact effect, light flash, and mushroom cloud resulting from a nuclear explosion. The new simulator is expected … Read more

Nuclear Talks with Iran Stalled Again

U.S. and European officials are becoming increasingly pessimistic about restoring the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran before the U.S. midterm elections. Tehran’s hardening demands cast doubt on its desire to reach an agreement quickly. Officials in the United States say no decision has been made to halt the diplomatic effort. Still, a tightening political calendar at home leaves little time to strike a final agreement.

U.S. and Iran Resume Nuclear Talks

According to retired Rear Admiral John Kirby, the National Security Council’s coordinator for strategic communications, Iran will not be allowed to have or possess a nuclear weapon. Furthermore, he states that the president believes diplomacy is the best way to prevent nuclear weapons development. As a result of President Donald Trump’s administration pulling out of … Read more