The fact of the matter is that we can only know about 38 percent of the full truth. We are not fully aware of the full truth of the things that really matter. At least 30% of what we believe, and what we call reality, is actually our own creation.
So why would we choose to take one in the head as a cautionary tale? Because there’s a great deal of risk in telling ourselves a story that doesn’t line up with the truth, especially if it has to do with how we think and behave. I see this kind of thing as a way to make good on the “you can’t be a person unless you are an optimist” type of theory.
The reason you might choose to take a dangerous risk is because you are willing to take a risk in order to do something that is, you know, worth doing. The question is, does the risk be worth taking? Most people who do things that are risky are not willing to do it. If you’re willing to take that risk, then you should be willing to take those risks in order to do what’s right.
“The reason I did this is because I want to do my part to help build a better future for our country. This is a risk I am willing to take because I know the consequences of not doing so, and I know that I am doing everything in my power to be part of a better future for our country.
The risk of war is that no country will be willing to step up and take this on. There will be no one willing to risk being shot down and dying in a war that does not have the ability to prevent it.
War is always the worst thing that could happen to a country. We can’t afford to be afraid to take a risk. In the case of the U.S. and Russia, these are two of the two largest nuclear powers in the world. The U.S. has the capacity to strike them both in one shot, but it doesn’t, because it is a long standing policy that the two nations are not allowed to have a nuclear war.
This is an especially bad policy in the case of Russia, because they’ve been at war for so long that they have almost no incentive not to go nuclear. It is also the case that the U.S. does not have the technology to make a super-powerful nuclear bomb, so it has to make do with a very small nuclear bomb that is only large enough to kill hundreds of thousands in one strike.
You don’t really need to be told this, but nuclear weapons are not inherently evil. We have plenty of other weapons that are perfectly good, in fact, are the best weapon we have. But if you ever try to kill all people on earth, the best weapon you have is your own brain.
This is not to say that nuclear weapons are harmless. Every single one has a side effect. In the U.S., the fallout from a nuclear weapon kills more people than the actual weapon itself. In fact, the U.S. has a long-standing “nuclear winter” plan in place that requires us to build more and bigger nuclear reactors. The problem is that if we build more nuclear reactors, we will need more nuclear bombs.