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THIS HEADLINE IS MISLEADING: Today’s Nukes Are Thousands of Times More Powerful Than WWII A-Bombs. …

THIS HEADLINE IS MISLEADING: Today’s Nukes Are Thousands of Times More Powerful Than WWII A-Bombs. The comparison is to the Soviet Tsar Bomba, a one-off from over half a century ago that is much closer in time to the Hiroshima bomb than to “today’s” nukes, most of which are smaller than the 1.2 Megaton B83.
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