Talk:Nuclear weapon

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Nuclear States

How about we try to keep this article on information directly related to nuclear weapons? Put the stuff on Iran possibly having a nuke on the Iran page or the Iraq war page, unless you put up a list of all the countries that have the them. -gasmonkey

Need citation for list, and a complete and accurate list. Facts, not conjecture.

OK. Thakns.

That list wasn't accurate? Who else has nuclear bombs? Why don't you add them instead of deleting? -ray

The countries may have nuclear weapons, not necessarily nuclear bombs though. Furthermore, there is no proof that North Korea has usable nuclear weapons. ColinR 16:17, 14 March 2007 (EDT)
Text reads, The following countries are known to possess nuclear weapons.
1. United States 2. Former Soviet Republics
then it cites Ukraine, Khazakstan & Belarus as giving them up. What other 'former Soviet Republics" have them other than the Russian Federation? RobS 17:03, 15 March 2007 (EDT)

What is the differense between nuclear bombs and nuclear weapons? Didn't North Korea test them?

Nuclear bombs are just that. Bombs. Nuclear weapons can include missiles, bombs, etc. North Korea claimed to have tested a nuclear weapon, but the results measured under 1 kiloton, thus it's highly doubted that North Korea possesses working nuclear weapons. ColinR 16:23, 14 March 2007 (EDT)

Ummm. Wouldn't it be the opposite then that many countries have nuclear bombs but fewer have nuclear weapons? And what country has a nuclear bomb, but not a nuclear weapons. I am confused.

You can't have a nuclear bomb without having a nuclear weapon. A bomb is a weapon. Thus a nuclear bomb is a nuclear weapon. I never said a country could have a nuclear bomb but not a nuclear weapon. That is logically impossible.

OK, I am still confused. But that is o.k. you are obviously the expert.

Not to be hyper-technical, but Israel isn't KNOWN to have nuclear weapons (ie - They've never been actually verified or seen). Yes, we all know they do but they've never been seen. They really should have their own category: known to have but not officially declared.--Dave3172 10:36, 15 March 2007 (EDT)

I removed the list of countries suspected to have nuclear weapons, as this is gossip. --Charliemc86 18:21, 21 March 2007 (CST)

How do I move this page to a new title?

I don't think that the name of this page should be plural. It seems strange. I mean, I can't think of any encyclopedia that would have an article named "nuclear weapons". This article should be moved to Nuclear weapon. Thanks, Samtheman 23:44, 13 September 2008 (EDT)