- 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
There's a difference between violence and destruction.
Depends upon the amount and type of destruction.
The nuclear weapon.
LOL the nuke.
Are you serious? Having a nuke could upset the balance of power in a region
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