YTread Logo
YTread Logo

Weapons That are Forbidden to Use in Most Countries of The World!

Weapons That are Forbidden to Use in Most Countries of The World!
what is the worst weapon the temperature at the epicenter of an exploding atomic bomb reaches 7,000 degrees Celsius and looks like a second son the explosion booms with 15 kilotons of power it's like if a city had been bombarded by 3000 bombers which threw their payloads into one exact spot impressive right new

weapons

of mass destruction appear every year chemical biological thermonuclear but even the weapon with the smallest coverage area can be so scary that it's banned by all
weapons that are forbidden to use in most countries of the world

countries

on the planet and right now we will tell you about the

most

shocking ones all of us know that a bullet flies along an al

most

straight path but more than a century ago a technology was invented which gets around this rule we are talking about expansive rounds while it flies in the air its form and trajectory don't differ from that of a normal bullet but as soon as it hits soft tissue like a person the bullet expands its diameter greatly increases resembling an open flower bud
romantic maybe but the effect of such a bullet is quite scary because of the sudden change in its form it begins wobbling losing its straight trajectory and so dances around the body as a result the damage to the internal organs is horrifying in addition due to the sharp edges of the bullet the internal tissue is torn apart which causes profuse internal bleeding the victim would be an agony or even in pain shock it's not surprising that this bullet was banned in 1899 soon after it was
invented the ban was then confirmed in 1907 during the second Peace Conference in Hague nowadays the vast majority of

countries

have officially renounced their use though sometimes some individual soldiers illegally use such rounds during military operations expansive bullets have another important property because of the fact that they open up inside the victim's body such bullets never pass straight through their targets as stopping

weapons

they are ideal for example if a plane is captured
than using regular rounds would be very risky while expansive bullets can't damage the planes body or pass through the hijacker and hit people nearby what do you think do the ends justify the means this next band weapon seems more like something from a sci-fi movie as we are talking about lasers theoretically a laser beam can burn through metal and cause a powerful explosion but too much energy is needed to do so but a focused laser beam can do something else damage a person's eyes such

weapons

started being successfully produced in the 70s the problem is that the blinding laser weapon leads to permanent vision loss so though this weapon is considered to be non-lethal it was declared inhumane at a UN meeting in 1995 since then this type of weapon hasn't been used against people but the ban did not include laser installations which disabled warheads with the help of beams infrared cameras optics and enemy tracking equipment so this technology didn't end up being fully
banned which cannot be said about a weapon like napalm its use against civilian populations has been fully prohibited since 1980 under a UN Convention the incendiary mixture is made up of benzyl gas and polystyrene this muck is al

most

impossible to remove from the surface of skin it burns for a duration of 10 minutes by definition napalm is not a weapon of mass destruction but enough of it can burn thousands of square kilometers of tropical forests as its moisture and even water practically does
weapons that are forbidden to use in most countries of the world
not hinder the flames after all the burning temperature reaches 1,200 degrees Celsius burning napalm releases a lot of carbon dioxide while the oxygen burns out extremely quickly this is why even if they were able to avoid coming into contact with napalm than enemy units enclosed spaces would suffocate napalm was used as a dangerous stuffing for bombs and shells even hand grenades during the explosion the burning mixture spreads around a quite large radius but the

most

horrifying are flame
throwers imagine what terror they can create napalm is not banned because of the inhumanity of such a weapon but because it's hard to control the fires it causes so the only thing which would protect soldiers from having their and their enemy's side burning one another would be the generals lack of desire to harm civilians very recently anti-personnel mines were being freely used and in many conflicts this weapon was only banned in 1997 in Ottawa why was this weapon allowed to be used
for so long anti-personnel mines seem to differ little from grenades other than being delayed in time the mine detonates if a person approaches it touches it or otherwise activates it it all depends on the type of mind at that point for example there are mines which only detonate of something heavier than 50 kilograms steps on it so for the majority of animals nothing will happen but these are nuances mines are placed on the surface of the ground or very close to it then they're forgotten as
a result large territories are left dangerous even years after a war this is why the ban on mines came so late that's how long it took people to finally realize what it meant for the legacy of the numerous conflicts of the 20th century this is one of Croatia's attractions the pleed vicho lakes this is an amazingly beautiful place where there are dozens or even hundreds of small bodies of water which are connected by cascading waterfalls when tourists visit these lakes they are

forbidden

from leaving the specially made wooden trails because the surrounding forests were mined and even now not all of the mines have been discovered and so sometimes stories in the news up here about how a tourist wandered off the trail believing the warnings to be fake meant to protect the local tourists and as a result articles are written about victims of minds it's also not possible to hide from the mine while plastic minds can't be detected by metal detectors cluster bombs though
they're like mines in that their explosive

weapons

operate completely differently the reason why it was partially banned in 1980 and fully in 2008 in Dublin is that the area struck is huge all the while it's also widely inaccurate cluster bombs are in essence just containers with dozens or even hundreds of smaller bombs the big container detonates above the ground after which the small ones are spread around and detonate once they hit the ground and though cluster bombs like napalm are
weapons that are forbidden to use in most countries of the world
not legally considered to be

weapons

of mass destruction governments ban their use because of their destructive effect we think it's better to leave such a weapon for use in the movie Resident Evil unfortunately all types of banned

weapons

are still used by some individual criminals but cluster bombs are a sad exception as it's the only banned weapon which is used by various states quite officially maybe the reason is that too little time has passed since the signing of the prohibition
agreement in Dublin and not all

countries

with such

weapons

have agreed to sign the agreement we hope this situation improves in the future if cluster bombs were banned quite recently than poisoned bullets were banned way back in 1675 in actuality as soon as gunpowder

weapons

were introduced so too were they experimented with but the use of poison is highly inhumane the poison in the bullet causes the enemy to suffer and can cause damage to different organs so even after the war the soldier will
have to spend years getting treatment from the effect of the poison in addition if the battles are being conducted near population centers then the risk caused by them being used only increases nowadays according to international law the use of any poisoned

weapons

during war is

forbidden

those a ban doesn't cover operations conducted by spy agencies various poisons affect the organism in there waise for example they can cause heart failure and which will resemble a heart attack or it can
affect the kidneys and liver so that it seems like a person sick with something sound like something out of a spy movie what if these movies are in fact based on actual events though poisoned

weapons

suggest spy wars they impress more so with their destructive power as a weapon of mass destruction this is a hydrogen bomb which causes a so-called thermonuclear explosion imagines the destructive power of a bomb which is a thousand times more powerful than a nuke the power of such a bomb is
comparable to that of a giant falling meteor interestingly for the makers the Sun was the source of inspiration for this weapon inside of stars a thermonuclear reaction occurs when the light hydrogen nuclei are so tightly compressed that they form heavier helium nuclei in the process of this transformation a monstrous amount of energy is released thanks to that we get the heat which is so needed to support life on earth well a hydrogen bomb works kind of with the same principle but instead leads
only to destruction one day the US tested its first thermonuclear bomb on Bikini Atoll there the bomb was destroyed on the Marshall Island the explosion fully destroyed this plot of land due to the power of the shockwave and radiation of the neighboring islands not a living organism nor even grass was left radioactive contamination from the bomb was spread around a 100 kilometer radius from the epicenter of the explosion the crater from the fireball itself was more than a mile in diameter this
was only a prototype the use of such a bomb is

forbidden

as is any other weapon of mass destruction not only because the destructive capability of such bombs is huge but because people also do not know how to dispose of them what can be said of experiments with bats supplied with bombs this crazy idea to the American scientist little s Adams using his friendship with the First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt Adams told his plan to the president just imagine to take an army of bats and give them bombs the
experiment was conducted in 1943 they chose bats which weighed up to 15 grams that could carry three times their own weight they were given the smallest napalm bombs and since then they've been called fat bombs with an average mass of 17 grams more than a million such animals were dropped from a plane onto a specially made fake village the bats landed there and blew up the buildings well some of the bats separated from the herd and flew away in the opposite direction of what was intended the
reason was simply the authorities hadn't thought of a way to control the bats and didn't think of the fact that some of them may want to fly in a direction not chosen by humans the bats flew into some US Air Force hangars and burned them to the ground after which the experiment was declared a failure but theoretically such use of bats makes it a biological weapon meaning it would also be

forbidden

by modern international law well and feeling pity for the animals no but what do you think
about these types of banned

weapons

which one of them impressed you the

most

write about it in the comments give a like and subscribe to the channel there's a lot of interesting ahead