How to make sure you are not a ‘missile silo’ in your home
A house built on a rock and mortar base will not survive a nuclear blast.
How to protect your home from a nuclear bomb blast?
It is a question the experts have been asking for a century.
This week, a group of researchers in the United States published a paper in the Journal of the American Meteorological Society (JAM), which says the same thing about nuclear weapons.
In their paper, the researchers said they believed they had discovered a nuclear explosive which would cause the earth to collapse on itself.
The paper, titled “Nuclear explosive: Theoretical and experimental studies”, said that a nuclear explosion would cause an earth to break apart, but the explosive itself would be “undisturbed”.
It said that “it would not cause catastrophic damage to the ground”.
The paper said that the explosive would be released at a height of 300 metres (890 feet) and would be generated by the explosion itself, without the need for a nuclear detonator.
The researchers did not give a date for when the detonation would take place, but it is expected to happen as early as 2034.
A nuclear explosion could cause a big crater to form on the earth and the ground would collapse at that time because the energy released by the blast would be too great to be absorbed by the earth’s surface, the paper said.
The explosion would create an underground river of molten material called a super-thermite.
The paper said the super-hydrothermite could be “moved through the ground” to create a blast zone which would destroy or damage buildings and other structures on the ground.
“A small explosion in a nuclear weapon would cause massive damage to buildings, roads, and other infrastructure.
Such a superhydro-thermal explosion could cause a large crater to appear in the earth, a major disruption of life on earth, and an increased risk of earthquakes,” the paper read.
“The destruction and damage caused by a nuclear warhead would likely result in widespread contamination of the earths surface, and an increase in nuclear proliferation.
(emphasis added) The US government said in a statement that “there is no evidence that a superheated super-metallic nuclear explosion produces significant quantities of explosive material, nor that superheating super-melt of radioactive materials has caused significant quantities or even occurred.”
A super-heated nuclear explosion could cause the earth to crash and a large crater to appear in the earth and could destroy and damage building and infrastructure (JAM/AFP) A spokesman for the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) said the agency was not aware of the existence of any super-heat reactor or any such explosion.
He said the NNSA was working with the Department of Energy (DOE) to investigate the paper.
The researchers said in the paper that they had used “a very small number of nuclear weapons and not any type of nuclear device” and that “no explosive explosion had ever occurred.”
The nuclear explosion would be detonated at a height of 300m (890ft) and would cause an underground river of molten material (AP) that could damage and destroy building and infrastructure and it would have a great crater to appear in the Earth and an increased risk of earthquakes (Reuters) “Theoretical and experimental studies have proven that such nuclear explosive exploding couldnt cause catastrophic damage to the earth.
It wouldnt causing significant damage to the ground,” said the paper.
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