That's more than 1,000 bombs. Click here or keep scrolling to see them all.

75 years ago, on August 6th and 9th the US military dropped nuclear bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

225,000 people died.

Today's nuclear weapons could kill over 500,000 people each.

This is how many there are in the world:


That's 13,355 nuclear weapons. Enough to kill every single person on the planet.

Share this page if you think there should be ZERO.

Data via Ploughshares Fund, UCLA's Children of the Atomic Bomb, and NUKEMAP. You can check out the code on Github.

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Wondering who's got the nukes? Click on a country to display and compare their current stockpiles: