Kill Zone Notes 



Diameter of Earth, at Equator:  24,901.55 miles

Average Diameter of Earth from Equator:  24,862.52 miles


Hiroshima nuclear bomb:  16 kiloton, 1.6 mile diameter circle total distruction of life

1 Megaton nuclear bomb:  62.5 mile diameter circle total distruction of life

5 Megaton nuclear bomb:  312.5 mile diameter circle total distruction of life

1 ICBM missile,  (6) 5 Megaton bombs, minimum 937.5 mile diameter circle total distruction of life


Terrestrial nuclear weapons:

Russian T1 Planet Killer:  25 Megaton nuclear bomb:  1,562.5 mile diameter circle total distruction of life

Russian T2 Planet Killer:  50 Megaton nuclear bomb:  3,125 mile diameter circle total distruction of life

Russian T3 Planet Killer:100 Megaton nuclear bomb:  6,250 mile diameter circle total distruction of life

(4) 100 Megaton nuclear bombs positioned on the equator, 3,125 miles to the north and to the south of the Equator, a 6,250 band around the Equator of total distruction of life.


No time left for Russia and United States to delay to agree to the INWA nuclear weapons size reduction treaty by becoming a member of the INWA.

Here are the basics of the INWA Treaty:

THE TREATY

The INWA holds a uniform agreement:

[1] Nuclear weapons with a kill zone, 5Mt(312 mi) to 100Mt(6,250 mi) restricted to Earth Defense.

[2] Nuclear weapon for war may not be greater in size than 200kt equal to 12.5 Hiroshima Bombs.

[3] No country may launch more than one 200kt nuclear bomb, unless other country responds.

[4] Use of 1Mt nuclear bomb against another country in "RAGE" is illegal by the INWA uniform Treaty.

[5] No country, organization, may agrivate a launch of more than one nuclear weapon.

[6] If country attacked does not wish to return a nuclear weapon, in violation of Treaty.

[7] Violator of the Treaty brought to Hearing, penalized by up to nuclear penalty not part of any war.

[8] INWA receives international powers for unbiased hearings held by treaty member governments.

[9] Only the INWA can penalize with a nuclear penalty, not deemed part of any nuclear war.


Carefully thought out by the INWA Director:

Doctor Peter Andre Levin,

Doctor of Business Administration,

in Public Policy and Government Management


The INWA is a non-profit organization. Lets all make an effort to make donations by contacting the Director by calling. Telephone:  country code  + (202) 794-0618 United States.