Number of nuclear weapons held in world arsenals?
Portion of that arsenal that, if used in anger over cities, would cause a nuclear winter, devastate agriculture, crash civilization and starve up to 2 billion people?
100 weapons (or about one-half of one percent)
Number of nuclear weapons in the arsenals of just India and Pakistan (who have fought wars in 1947, 1965, 1971, and 1999, and continue to have a tense border?)
Number of times the French alone could use their nuclear arsenal to crash the global climate and civilization?
Number of nuclear warheads available to the U.S. and Russian presidents
6,500 and 6,800, respectively
Number of known incidents, during and after the Cold War, in which either Moscow or Washington were fully prepared to launch nuclear weapons based on a mistaken belief one side was attacking the other?
Goal, in minutes, for time in which a U.S. president should decide whether to launch nuclear weapons if Pentagon believes we are under attack?
12 to 30 minutes 
Number of people the U.S. president must consult or convince before he can order a nuclear weapons attack?
Amount of spending the Pentagon plans for upgrading nuclear arsenals in coming years?
More than $1.5 trillion
Explosive power of the nuclear warhead Russia has armed on its new “Poseidon” underwater drone, which is designed to cause city-destroying radioactive tidal waves?
6,000 times more powerful than the bomb that destroyed Hiroshima 
Number of minutes the Doomsday Clock says we are from nuclear Armageddon?
Last time we were this close to nuclear self-annihilation, according to the clock?
1953 (and we’ve never been closer) 
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