Oh how I wish you were right but nuclear weapons are all too real.
How do you know? Are you a nuclear physicist who's been working on nuclear bombs and witnessed their successful detonation? If not, then you're a mere believer in what someone else says, not different of any religious person...
And from this dogmatic statement of yours, I can say you're not a physicist.
I'm not a nuclear physicist, no. However, confidence in the scientific method in general, and any given scientific finding in particular, is not at all comparable to faith in the untestable, contradictory and arbitrary claims of religion.
No, I'm not a nuclear physicist but I do know enough about physics to know that the science behind nuclear chain reactions is pretty settled and confirmed from multiple sources. I also think I probably know more physics than you do.
How do you explain the results of the double-slit experiment
if quantum mechanics isn't true? How do you explain the photoelectric effect
without QM? These are simple experiments that you can do in a student lab, or even at home.
I'm not going to bother with all the Tesla crankery you're coming out with; suffice it to say that the real
reason that Tesla died in poverty is that a great many of his ideas were wrong