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The Cold War may have ended in 1991, but the looming threat of nuclear attack lives on with more than 14,900 nuclear weapons wielded by nine nations.
Shortly after Business Insider wrote about a new technology that can reveal people and objects in 3D through walls using Wi-Fi, we received a call from the U.S. government.
Disaster struck early in the morning of January 24, 1961, as eight servicemen in a nuclear bomber were patrolling the skies near Goldsboro, North Carolina.
In its quest for Cold War military superiority, the United States detonated more than 1,000 nuclear weapons.