Too late, they already did... several times.
India's first nuclear test on May 18, 1974, described by the Indian government as a "peaceful nuclear explosion." The first Nuclear Test in India was cnducted on 18 May , 1974 at Pokhran.
Georgia has Nuclear weapons, US wants them. Russia wants them. US will stay to get them.
To intimidate Pakistan.
New Mexico (1945)
No they did not yet
The cold war was started right after WW2. It started when the American Government wanted russia to get rid of its nuclear arms. So each country was racing to produce nuclear missiles. It ended in the Kennedy Administration
At present, the US government is actively promoting nuclear energy. The states, on the other hand, seem to disagree about it.
No substitute for nuclear power reactors especially if there is no available fossil fuel.
50 nuclear power units are available in Japan.
The English made huge contributions to American society including the steam engine, most of the English language, and patriotism. The English also contributed to the American nuclear family image and early government styles.
They are thinking with their head
Irans nuclear acivities is peaceful and Irans government declared that they are ready to cooperate with agency and they didnt make any bombs yet although American and europian politicians believe that they're hiding theirs activities
I'm no expert on this, but some ideas: Defense - the Government pays for all warships, some of which have nuclear reactors, including submarines. The Government supports the NRC Nuclear Regulatory Commission so I guess they pay their costs. The Government is also concerned with dealing with nuclear waste, and cleanup of old facilities like Hanford. What this amounts to in dollars I'm afraid I have no figures for.
Yes, but it depends where you live
Nuclear energy as we use it now is from nuclear fission. Nuclear fusion is the joining up of nuclei rather than the splitting (fission), but it is not yet available on Earth.
to mow your lawn A+
For the nuclear energy: thorium and plutonium
yes if you are close enough to the reactor
They just don't like nuclear in NZ, period.
Because its a nuclear bomb, it can kill millions of people in a matter of minutes.