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    Re: A Successful Japanese Atomic Bomb Test?

    Nope, Vietnam was (almost) Rising Sun*'s war - Tankgeezer isn't the only old fart on here. Nick was the Gulf war, and I somehow dodged both Iraq and Afghanistan this time around.

    Oh, and before...
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    Actually, I think the more modern smart weapons have pretty much made tactical nuclear weapons obsolete. Back in the bad old days, they were either used for very hard targets or for area targets such...
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    Herman, you need to remember that most of the mods have spent time serving in the armed forces of their various countries, although I think only Nick was unfortunate enough to have people shooting at...
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    No idea about RS*, but I'm saying that you would have to get a very large dose for it to be likely to cause cancer in an individual. That in turn means that given the dose rates seen (very small...
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    Er, Press TV is the English-Language service of the Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting corporation, an organisation owned by the Iranian state and with close links to the Revolutionary Guards. If...
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    Err.. no. Quite apart from the fact that soldiers are overloaded as it is (infantry in Afghanistan carry some of the heaviest loads infantry have ever had to in wartime and still be expected to fight...
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    I have to wear a dosimeter whenever I'm on site. My total dose over 4 years is 0.00 mSv. The machine itself is encased in ~2m of radiation-hardened concrete, and just getting permission to work on it...
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    Not exactly, no. At the risk of outing myself, I work on this machine.
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    Note:
    Fusion = banging light atoms together to make heavier ones. It's what I do for a living, and how Hydrogen bombs work.
    Fission = breaking up heavy atoms to make lighter ones. This is how...
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    By how much? It's simple Newtonian Mechanics - to stop the earth's rotation outright you need to transfer the angular momentum currently possessed by the earth to some other body. Essentially, that...
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    Enough nuclear weapons in the right place could no doubt cause enormous earth movements (if nothing else, if you suddenly vapourise half the rock along the fault line it's going to break free and...
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    See http://www.atomicheritage.org/index.php/component/content/article/42/146-fat-man-and-little-boy-bombs.html - about a 140lb core of which 1.38% actually fissioned. The actual amount of mass...
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    It's a staple of thriller-writers, but there isn't actually any evidence to show it will happen unless you bury the bomb so deeply underground (and near a fault) that it will have no effect on the...
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    The most obvious one is the steam plant. That's already known to be vulnerable to shock from nearby exploding bombs, and has a direct path from the seawater into it (the condensers). I would not want...
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    Liquid water is incompressible. Applying a rather large amount of energy to it means you have a gas bubble at high pressure which is not incompressible.


    Not sure (shattered and not going to dig...
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    The book goes on at some length about shockwaves travelling rather well through water and bursting hull seams rather more effectively than the equivalent pressure wave from a chemical explosive...
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    An airburst is defined as the height at which the fireball does not touch the ground (if it does, energy is wasted digging out a crater rather than destroying things on the surface - so ground bursts...
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    Very quick answer because I'm knackered:

    The Effects of Nuclear Weapons gives 35 PSI as the overpressure at which those exposed will start dying, with lung haemorrhage starting at 15 PSI.

    A...
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    Re: A Successful Japanese Atomic Bomb Test?

    They did - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shiro_Ishii
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    Not sure, but it's unlikely to have helped very much - the Japanese actually understood the requirements of an atomic bomb rather better than the Germans. They had calculated the critical mass of...
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    The problem with that is that most types of ship are dual-purpose - only a very few (amphibious warfare and ballistic missile submarines, off the top of my head) are really single-purpose. Given...
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