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  • [Weapons fact 1] Launching a nuclear weapon in the Chicago city is punishable by a $1,000 fine.


  • [Weapons fact 2] After bombing Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the US had a plan to nuke a third Japanese city, and that city was "probably Tokyo".


  • [Weapons fact 3] The design for "Little Boy", the first atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima, was never field tested before being used because the scientists were so confident in the design and there was only enough U-235 for one bomb.


  • [Weapons fact 4] A man named George with severe OCD and a phobia of germs attempted to commit suicide at the age of 19 via a gunshot wound to the head. Instead of killing him, the bullet eliminated his mental illness without any other brain damage.


  • [Weapons fact 5] The construction and use of the Warwolf was supposedly the largest trebuchet ever built. When it was disassembled it would fill up 30 wagons. King Edward the first built it to siege a Scottish castle, but before it was even built, the Scottish people tried to surrender. To which Edward responded with a prompt no (in actuality he responded with “You do not deserve any grace, but must surrender to my will” in other words, I built this trebuchet over 40 days and I am most definitely going to use it) and proceeded to use the trebuchet anyways.


  • [Weapons fact 6] The Canadian Rangers are a 5,000 strong wing of the Canadian military reserves made up mostly of First Nation personnel. They provide a military presence in the most remote Canadian regions, act as guides and scouts for the Army, and until 2018 were still issued World War 2 vintage rifles.


  • [Weapons fact 7] The "whistling" noise used to indicate bombs falling in movies and TV shows is almost always the wrong way round. Anyone underneath a bomb that made such a sound (only specific WW2-era bombs) would hear the pitch increasing as it got closer, not decreasing, due to the Doppler effect.


  • [Weapons fact 8] Smarties candy was originally made with machines that were built to make gunpowder pellets for ammunition during World War I.


  • [Weapons fact 9] During a nuclear scare in 1960, Charles de Gaulle, the President of France secretly went to the President of the United States (Dwight Eisenhower) and told him "I do not know what Khrushchev is going to do, nor what is going to happen, but whatever he does.... I want you to know that I am with you to the end."


  • [Weapons fact 10] The Mississippi State Penitentiary issued firearms to trusted inmates to guard other prisoners at night until 1972.


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