Hmm...Tom Clancy-esque, which is good. But if all those nukes exploded at the same time, would there be a nuclear winter? --Nonimportant 16:42, 29 June 2007 (UTC)
Conversation is interesting enough,and remains unbiasUser:Serprex 17:39, 29 June 2007 (UTC)
- Couple of directions this can go in, but I don't think nuclear winter is one of them.
- Both sides know the truth, neither will admit to it, so Russia will blame it on terrorists in Afghanistan and the US will let them invade, occupy and finally annex that county. The US will even assist, since it's 2017 and Russia is now part of NATO. Unfortunately neither the US nor Russia have complete records on all the remaining nukes, so they can't locate and disarm them all. One man does however know where every last one is located, an ex-KGB officer, while working for the KGB he made it his mission to know everything about both the Russian and the USA Hibernate projects. Unfortunately he fell on hard times when the wall came down, joined the Russian mafia and disappeared. Time to enter an Alistair Maclean type hero. One that will go on a mission to find that ex-KGB officer and the information he possesses in order to spare the world more accidental nuclear detonations. --NJR ZA 21:40, 29 June 2007 (UTC)
Sounds like a planUser:Serprex 22:27, 29 June 2007 (UTC)