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Mini-nukes and insect bot weapons being primed for future warfare

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The journalism is not very good in the CNBC article, so I included some background reading, specifically the well-known paper by Jones and von Hippel. The essence of the argument is the construction of very low yield hydrogen bombs using non-nuclear devices as primaries, completely bypassing the traditional Uranium/Plutonium requirement in traditional fission and fusion nukes.


Mini-nukes and insect bot weapons being primed for future warfare

Several countries are developing weapons based on nanotechnology that could unleash attacks with mini-nukes and insect-like lethal bots.

Nanoweapons: A Growing Threat to Humanity | Science Questions & Answers

Nanoweapons A Growing Threat to Humanity Louis A. Del Monte   Nearly invisible weapons of mass destruction Nanoweapons just might render humanity extinct in the near future—a notion that is frightening and shocking but potentially true. In Nanoweapons Louis A. …

Jones, S. L.; von Hippel, F. N. (1998) | “The Question of Pure Fusion Explosions under the CTBT”

The question of pure fusion explosions under the CTBT: Science & Global Security: Vol 7, No 2

Dangerous Thermonuclear Quest – Institute for Energy and Environmental Research

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Pure fusion weapon – Wikipedia