In fact, Russia also has the “Father of All”. Foreign affairs expert Rahis Singh said that no country in the world has openly threatened a nuclear attack in recent decades. However, if Russia uses an atomic bomb in Europe, all of Europe could be destroyed. In fact, Russia also has the “Father of All Bombs” (FOAB) with which it can destroy the entire world.
This is why Putin repeatedly threatens Ukraine. Russia's Poseidon missile is rumored to have a cobalt metal coating, which Stephen Schwartz, an expert in nuclear history, said would vaporize, condense, and then fall to Earth tens, hundreds or thousands of miles from the explosion site. MK, ru quoted a professor as saying that the Poseidon will turn Russia into a global dictator and that it could be used to threaten Europe. Today's US nuclear weapons have been designed primarily to fire and destroy Russian nuclear weapons found in their silos, rather than targeting cities and ending human life.
If Russia decides to launch a nuclear attack against Ukraine or any other country that intervenes to support the Ukrainian government, it is more likely to use tactical nuclear weapons on the battlefield than large strategic warheads that the United States could interpret as a direct attack on NATO, says researcher Alexander Bollfrass of the ETH Zurich Center for Security Studies. A nuclear war would produce enormous quantities of ozone-consuming chemicals, and studies suggest that even modest nuclear exchange would lead to unprecedented increases in ultraviolet exposure. The debate about the national and global effects of nuclear war continues, and it is unlikely that issues will be conclusively decided without the unfortunate experiment of real nuclear war. Since the end of World War II, the United States and Russia have struggled to match and excel in a nuclear arms race that resulted in both countries commanding fleets of nuclear bombers, submarines and intercontinental missile silos, all scattered throughout each country.
The threat of nuclear conflict puts the entire world on alert and sets the clock back 60 years, when the Soviet Union threatened to start a nuclear war by arming Cuba with ballistic missiles. A nuclear weapon that explodes at a high altitude does not produce any of the explosion or local rain effects just described. The destructive effects of explosions extend miles from the point of detonation of a typical nuclear weapon, and the lethal consequences can cover communities hundreds of miles downwind of a single nuclear explosion. Today, the country has the largest nuclear arsenal in the world, with almost 6,000 warheads, which corresponds to almost half of all existing nuclear weapons in the world.
Ground Explosion A nuclear explosion detonated at ground level, producing a crater and significant rainfall, but less widespread damage than a gust of air. Direct Radiation Nuclear radiation produced in the actual detonation of a nuclear weapon and which constitutes the most immediate effect on the surrounding environment. The rain that occurs in a nuclear explosion depends to a large extent on the type of weapon, its explosive performance and where it is exploited. Putin, in the war in Ukraine, has warned of its nuclear power, alerted its atomic forces and made its military carry out risky attacks on nuclear power plants.
In addition to premeditated attacks, we must take into account the risk of accidents, which increases during the transport of nuclear warheads or with fighting near nuclear power plants, as is already happening near Zaporizhzhia, where Europe's largest nuclear power plant is located.