posted on Apr, 29 2005 @ 01:14 PM
Does anyone disagree with the statement that we are in more danger of nuclear attack now than during the cold war?
If so, and with all the talk on the news of impending doom by nuclear missiles, dirty bombs, and attacks on reactors, why isn't there the same call
for preparedness in the face of this reality?
Has the novelty just worn off? Our kids don't conduct 'duck and cover' drills anymore, in fact, for the exception of New York City, I don't think
American schools have any real contingency in place for the survival of a nuclear attack.
Could it be that the threat isn't as real as the media would portray? Is it that no one can reach us? Or are we still cocky enough to believe that no
one would try it?