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10 de Noviembre 2006

Nuclear Bombs in Google Earth

Nuclear Stockpiles of the US in Google EarthDefensetech.org blogs about a new Google Earth file showing the location and size of nuclear stockpiles of the US (nearly 10,000 of them). The file was put together by the Natural Resources Defense Council and the Federation of American Scientists using publicly available information. Read the first link above for details about this collection, or just go check out the GE file to see the bombs nearest you (at least the ones from the US). Please note the placemark collection doesn't include the bombs currently moving around in planes and submarines all over the world. Or the ones whose locations are secret. It would be interesting to see the locations of bombs from all the other nuclear powered nations.

Here's another useful related file 2000+ Nuclear Bomb Test sites posted by 'Hill' at the GEC. And let's not forget the North Korean bomb test location.

Enviado por FrankTaylor at 10 de Noviembre 2006 a las 03:44 PM

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    I feel much safer knowing that all this all this info is now out there! YEAH!

    Enviado por: Nick Young at 10 de Noviembre 2006 a las 04:08 PM

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    Enviado por: tianna at 14 de Noviembre 2006 a las 05:23 PM

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