- Stabbing someone60%(6)57%(16)Vote56%(10)
- Nuclear weapon40%(4)43%(12)Vote44%(8)
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Stabbing is up close and personal0
If we use the definition of violent,
vi·o·lent [vahy-uh-luh nt] Show IPA
1acting with or characterized by uncontrolled, strong, rough force: a violent earthquake.
2caused by injurious or destructive force: a violent death.
3intense in force, effect, etc.; severe; extreme: violent pain; violent cold.
4roughly or immoderately vehement or ardent: violent passions.
5furious in impetuosity, energy, etc.: violent haste.
of, relating to, or constituting a distortion of meaning or fact.
Then, I think it's pretty clear that the second choice is more violent.
Can I ask what prompted this question?
Both are bad really and with a nuclear blast you could make the air contaminated depending on which type of nuclear blast it is
nuclear weapon , I believe no matter how far from civilization will harm people generations and generations. Knife is one person, one time, done.
Well, nuclear weapon makes stuff uninhabitable for 600 years
Depends upon the amount and type of destruction.
The nuclear weapon.
There's a difference between violence and destruction.
LOL the nuke.
Are you serious? Having a nuke could upset the balance of power in a region
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