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The brilliance of his plan is its simplicity: an atomic exchange with North Korea will bring on nuclear winter.
Inevitably that gives rise to doubts about the firm’s strategy, which is to slash costs and sit tight, hoping the industry’s nuclear winter ends.
Doing so, the thinking went, would avert another long, playoff-free nuclear winter, such as the one Kansas City had experienced between 1986 and 2014.
How to describe Seattle skies this past week, skies that should be blue but instead looked like a nuclear winter?
Nuclear gamesmanship suggests that a first strike is a mistake, since in time, a retaliatory strike may very well ruin the striker and possibly all of us in a political nuclear winter.
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