|Nuclear States, Nuclear Stakes|
|Chernobyl: The Worse Nuclear Accident in Modern History|
|Nuclear War's Impact on Global Climate|
|911: What If?|
Behind any discussion of radiation must necessarily loom the specter of full-scale atomic war. That a single thermonuclear weapon can cause severe radiation damage hundreds of miles beyond its area of immediate devastation is all too well known. That enough such weapons exploded in an all-out war might render the entire earth, or large parts of it, uninhabitable, is at least conceivable.