I just hope that none of it was radio active when it blew and scattered debris all over the place
1) If, indeed, they were placing something in orbit for the 'Star Wars program' that was radioactive....well, it wouldn't be in their debris from RE-ENTRY, now would it?
2) The 'Star Wars' program is nothing about 'nukes in space'. In fact, in its current form, it has very little space component at all - it's all ground based advanced missiles and a few space based early warning systems. Something in orbit is very difficult to move quickly, the best place to put defensive weapons is on the ground. And all 'Star Wars' is about is defense - there are much better (IE., MUCH less observable to the entire world) ways of putting a nuke on someone than dropping it from orbit. Sub launched cruise missiles being the least detectable.
(of course, after the fact, you could always tell where the nuke came from ANYWAY, so....)
the space program. I don't expect they will ever create world peace by pointing nukes at everyone from outer space
Well, again, even 'Star Wars' under Reagan wouldn't have had nukes in space - in any case, 'Star Wars' has nothing to do with NASA at all. The US military may pay NASA to carry some stuff up from time to time, but 'the space program' operates for science, not war.
Part of my reasoning is that I believe that they are putting the holes in the ozone by launching rockets into space along with the concord jets.
I honestly, REALLY, hope you are just kidding. Ozone is 0 3 - just another type of atmosphere molecule that rests in a fairly high layer of the atmosphere. This is like arguing you think cars are 'putting holes in the oxygen layer'. It's ridiculous - the atmosphere is dynamic, it swells and moves about. (An interesting tidbit - electronics of all sorts make ozone. Ever smell the back of your monitor? That strange, strong smell when its on? That's ozone!)
What causes the 'hole' in the ozone layer is a combination of factors - global climate change and pollutants of the same weight as ozone taking its place in the upper atmosphere being the primary causes.