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TTBTThreshold Test Ban Treaty
TTBTTail Tendon Break Time (aging biomarker)
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Photo: A Comprehensive or very low Threshold Test Ban Treaty by itself would not reduce stockpiles of existing nuclear weapons or end the arms race, but it could impinge on the development of new weapons designs.
The resolution of ratification of the Threshold Test Ban Treaty adopted in 1990 made approval subject to declarations (1) that to preserve a viable deterrent a series of specified safeguards should be an ingredient in decisions on national security programs and the allocation of resources, and (2) the United States shared a special responsibility with the Soviet Union to continue talks seeking a verifiable comprehensive test ban.
With the present state of technology, most experts agree that seismic networks can easily detect events well below the 150 kiloton (KT) limit of the Threshold Test Ban Treaty (TTBT).
the resolutions of ratification for the Threshold Test Ban Treaty and
Threshold Test Ban Treaty and Peaceful Nuclear Explosions Treaty.
Safeguards were modified in 1990 as part of the resolutions of ratification for the Threshold Test Ban Treaty and Peaceful Nuclear Explosions Treaty.
(7) In 1974, the Nixon Administration and the Soviet Union negotiated the Threshold Test Ban Treaty (TTBT), setting a 150-kiloton ceiling on the yield of underground nuclear weapon tests.