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  • Ploughshares Fund

    @jimwss in order for their to be "GOOD" in the world, we need to tackle the big issues like nuclear weapons. We don't mean to bum you out!

  • graceadams830

    It should cost much less than $10 billion to dispose of the remains of those obsolete bombs decently and use what is left to give the military something they do want--like maybe a start on replacing fossil fuel with sustainable energy, so the US will have both a smaller carbon foot print and less to fight with other nations about.

  • jimwss

    Good, interesting information.

    But I'm looking for something more upbeat from GOOD - not more political crap.

  • david.m.prosser

    It's always good to be bale to dismantle or retire a bomb whether it' servicable or not. I'd like to suggest the world is getting to show more intelligence and is unlikely to commit to more wars, I'd like to but I can't. What I can say, is that bombs kill indiscriminately so that whenever one is dropped there are likely to be casualties from a civilian population. That's unacceptable no matter what the hawks say. No bombs equals less deaths and that has to be good.