By Lynn Eden, January 1, 2004
By ignoring the fire damage that would result from a nuclear attack and taking into account blast damage alone, U.S. war planners were able to demand a far larger nuclear arsenal than necessary.
Read more: City on Fire
Issue: Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Volume 60 Issue 1 Topics: Uncategorized
Eden is a member of the Bulletin's Science and Security Board and a senior research scholar and associate director for research at Stanford University’s Center for Inte...
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