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The Supreme Court of the United States ruled that, “The right to bear arms is not granted by the Constitution; neither is it in any manner dependent upon that instrument for its existence” and limited the scope of the Second Amendment’s protections to the federal government. In United States v. Miller (1939), the Supreme Court ruled that the Second Amendment did not protect weapon types not having a “reasonable relationship to the preservation or efficiency of a well regulated militia”.

Am I missing something? How do these school shooters tie into a well regulated militia?

Vampire Killing Kits

SOLD IN THE 19TH CENTURY, THESE VAMPIRE KILLING KITS WOULD KEEP YOU PREPARED AGAINST VAMPIRES! WITH EXTRA HOLY WATER, JUST IN CASE THOSE STORIES WERE TRUE.

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Sold in the 19th century, Vampire Killing Kits contain the items considered necessary for the protection of persons who traveled into the countries of Eastern Europe where Vampires lurked.

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Blast From The Past: The Neutron Bomb

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A neutron bomb, officially defined as a type of enhanced radiation weapon (ERW), is a low yield thermonuclear weapon designed to maximize lethal neutron radiation in the immediate vicinity of the blast while minimizing the physical power of the blast itself. The neutron release generated by a nuclear fusion reaction is intentionally allowed to escape the weapon, rather than being absorbed by its other components. The neutron burst, which is used as the primary destructive action of the warhead, is able to penetrate enemy armor more effectively than a conventional warhead, thus making it more lethal as a tactical weapon.

The concept was originally developed by the US in the late 1950s and early 1960s. It was seen as a “cleaner” bomb for use against massed Soviet armored divisions. As these would be used over allied nations, notably West Germany, the reduced blast damage was seen as an important advantage.

The weapon was once again proposed for tactical use by the US in the 1970s and 1980s, and production of the W70 began for the Lance missile in 1981. This time it experienced a firestorm of protest as the growing anti-nuclear movement gained strength through this period. Opposition was so intense that European leaders refused to accept it on their territory. President Reagan bowed to pressure and the built examples of the W70-3 remained stockpiled in the US until they were retired in 1992. The last W70 was dismantled in 2011.

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We got the neutron bomb
We got the neutron bomb
We got the neutron, gonna drop it all over the place
Yer gonna get it on yer face
Foreign aid from the land of the free
But don’t blame me
We got the neutron bomb
We got the neutron bomb
We got the neutron, don’t understand you don’t know what you mean
We don’t want you we want your machines
United Nations and NATO won’t do
It’s just the red, white and blue
We got the neutron bomb
We got the neutron bomb
We got the neutron, that’s the way it’s gotta be
Survivial of the fittest is the way it’s gonna be
We don’t want it, we don’t want it
Don’t blame me
We don’t want it, we don’t want it
Don’t blame me

I’m glad they stuck with the old run of the mill atomic bombs.

 

The Thrill of Standing Underneath an Atomic Explosion

When the US entered the nuclear age, it did so recklessly. New research suggests that the hidden cost of developing nuclear weapons were far larger than previous estimates, with radioactive fallout responsible for 340,000 to 690,000 American deaths from 1951 to 1973.

The study, performed by University of Arizona economist Keith Meyers, uses a novel method (pdf) to trace the deadly effects of this radiation, which was often consumed by Americans drinking milk far from the site of atomic tests.

From 1951 to 1963, the US tested nuclear weapons above ground in Nevada. Weapons researchers, not understanding the risks—or simply ignoring them—exposed thousands of workers to radioactive fallout. The emissions from nuclear reactions are deadly to humans in high doses, and can cause cancer even in low doses. At one point, researchers had volunteers stand underneath an airburst nuclear weapon to prove how safe it was:

“It was just Beautiful”.

Quartz.com