Test your knowledge of the nuclear weapons fiasco

Instructions: Answer the multiple choice questions, guessing if necessary; then click on the "Process Questions" button at the end of the quiz to see your score in the adjacent message box. The program will not reveal which questions you got wrong, only how many points you have. Go back and change your answers until you get them all right. (The message box will rejoice at that point.)

Points to note: (1) Questions with only one possible answer are one point each.
(2) Questions with one or more possible answers (represented by check boxes) give a point for each correct answer, but also subtract a point for each wrong answer! (3) The program will not attempt to score your efforts at all if you have not tried at least half of the questions. (4) This quiz is for your own use only. No record of your progress is kept or reported to anyone.

1. How many nuclear warheads are there in the world?
243 
17,300 
532,000 
None 
69,830 
2. Which two of the following counties possess nuclear weapons?
Iran 
Argentina 
India 
North Korea 
Israel 
South Africa 
3. Which is the only country to have developed nuclear weapons and voluntarily dismantled them?
Japan 
Iran 
South Africa 
Australia 
Ukraine 
Argentina 
4. In the insane world of nuclear weapons what does the acronym MAD stand for?
Massive Atomic Disaster 
Multiple Accidental Detonations 
Mutually Assured Destruction 
5. What was the name given to India's first nuclear test explosion?
Little Boy 
Smiling Buddha 
The Big Bang 
6. Which country has conducted more nuclear tests than any other?
Russia/Soviet Union 
North Korea 
Iran 
United States 
7. Which Japanese word is used to describe the victims of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki?
Hibakusha 
Shinkansen 
Honshu 

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Awesomeness
Score
Awesomeness Score: The following awesomeness score is a measure of how much guessing you did to get all items right. It is 100 if you got all questions right when you clicked the process button for the first time. It gets proportionately lower if it took more clicks, until it hits 0 if your clicks exceeded the number of questions.