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It's a con in my opinion. It's a fear tactic that has way too many disadvantages. Shooting radiation particles into the stratosphere for a display of fear..? That shortens the life expectancy of the human race as a whole. We could have simply manipulated them. We could have engineered fake atom bombs, and give them to them as an act of peace. If they try to use them (knowing the intent,) then blow them up. It's a win, win, possibly fool them into trust, or see if they are truly volatile.
You were right to quote that, but your following conclusion isn't concrete due to it. True, no compromise would end the conflict. Yes victory is a definitely an achievement to those who take initiative. That doesn't mean there was only one solution, it also doesn't indicate whether or not a greater victory was about. "When the predator corners the prey, sometimes the prey bites back." America's logic was to avoid that bite and bomb them in the corner. Why not get them into the corner, and maintain them within it.
......? Isn't that just them giving people free food with a side of guide lines to better health..? That's like asking if tobacco companies should pay billions to help with cancer and dental care. Why should they suffer the consequences for supplying a consensual demand.
Most people who commit sexual acts typically tend to have a psychopathic mentality. I'm pretty sure 70% have it, those who commit this desire. Sense they don't have emotional cognition. It is very likely that those who were mentally stable before they delved in did become influenced. On the other hand the majority of those who have a likelihood to do such a thing (psychopaths.) would now have the means to feed that desire with porn. For your question, technically it does cause a higher likelihood. The big picture that should be looked at, which does more harm; not having for those who have the desire, or to have it to feed and tame most offenders cravings.
Anything is contemplatively possible. But it soon becomes implausible once putting those thoughts into act. There is always a possible way. Although that changes once you realize even if it was possible, the action that it requires could be impossible. Yes, i think time travel is possible. I just don't think it's possible for us to use, find, and or create what ever the method is.
Without imagination there is no knowledge. When human civilization began, so did knowledge along side it. I don't see how they could have procured knowledge then without imagining something than testing it. Imagination is the foundation, without it our knowledge would collapse.
Your statement is flawed, it's based on the premise on thinking it was in fact japan who attacked the harbor. (which is a completely irrelevant debate to the atomic bomb.) The atomic bomb is one of the worlds biggest mistake ever. It's just like when guns were introduced, those who had the mass quantity of artillery held more, "power." Well this new falsified "power," is the power that ends as a whole. I'd much rather appear weak, than to risk the outcome of, "M.A.D." I Agree with you though that it was the end of the beginning. The only thing now though, is that we will inevitably procure something more deadly and reincarnate the next ended beginning. The end in the world. It's a ripple affect, the pebble is power. The first ripple being Spears, bows, arrows, etc. Then to swords, then to guns, and so on. We need to slow our power hungry roll, before we reach that last ripple. (Leave them alone.)
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