posted on Oct, 27 2007 @ 04:41 AM
There will be no "nuclear exchange" on inhabited soil. It's not cost effective for anybody in the exchange in modern times. Wars don't happen
because of "tension" or "hatred," but are easily confined to land, raw material, and power. A nuclear "exchange" would severly limit those
gains, especially following Nagasaki and Hiroshima. That was the first and probably last nuclear blast from country to country, in a time of war,
we'll ever hear about in our lifetime. I can't say the same for a "dirty bomb" or what have you, but we learned our limitations and reasoning
shortly after lttle boy and fat man.
As far as everything else, look at ATS.com, you know? How many people aren't saying this? Here at ATS, we saw the potential crash of the U.S. economy
3 weeks before it happened, and only didn't happen because the Fed bailed them out. I think these are less "predictions" and more "observations."