View Poll Results: Should the US Resume Neutron Bomb Research?

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Thread: Neutron Bomb Question

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    Re: Neutron Bomb Question

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    You think China has 200 bombs they can send to the US.
    Partly due to our recession and partly due to the sheer numbers of the Chinese workers producing money for their government the Chinese are going to pass us like we are standing still economically and in turn militarily too because this is where their leaders are putting most of their profits right now. How can they NOT have many more WMD's than that.

    China has proven they have technology to knock out satellites. This in turn shows their technological capability to strike us with a barage of surface to surface missiles. They also spend a lot of their profits on submarines and surely they can barage us with missiles from them too.

    China has GREATLY increased their military spending since they are becoming industrialized. Some speculate the only reason China started to use capitalism is to become a military competitor with the U.S.

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    Re: Neutron Bomb Question

    The issue of the neutron bomb is whether we abandon the premise that everyone knows nuclear war would destroy civilization by radiation. There is little point to counting nuclear weapons once each side's count goes into the hundreds.

    China has already defeated the United States.

    China shifted to a free enterprise and capitalism.

    The United States has shifted to national socialism.

    So the Chinese economy is booms as the United States economy used to, and the United States economy is collasping as do all socialistic economies.

    China could send the United States into a instant massive depression merely by ceasing to extend us credit. We couldn't even have Christmas presents under the tree without China.

    The issue of the neutron bomb isn't exactly related to China and it would more have application in a limited police action type conflict. Wipe out everyone in a selected area without leaving behind flaming ruins covered in long term radioactive dust.

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    Re: Neutron Bomb Question

    Quote Originally Posted by joko104 View Post
    The issue of the neutron bomb is whether we abandon the premise that everyone knows nuclear war would destroy civilization by radiation.
    When did "everyone" know this? Kinda depends on how big the war is.

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    There is little point to counting nuclear weapons once each side's count goes into the hundreds.
    Sure there is. We need to count how many they have so we can have ten times as many.

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    China has already defeated the United States.
    Oh? Why aren't I typing in Mandarin or Tangerine or some other orange kind of language?

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    China shifted to a free enterprise and capitalism.
    Hardly. Can't have capitalism without political freedom. Can't have free enterprise without political freedom, either.

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    The United States has shifted to national socialism.
    That's what happens when the Constitution is violated.

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