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The Castle Bravo test blast.

Overview[]

Worlds_Top_5_Nuclear_Power_Comparison_2015.

Worlds Top 5 Nuclear Power Comparison 2015.

Worlds Top 5 Nuclear Power Comparison 2015.

"Nukes" or nuclear weapons are the name given to all radiological, fusion and fission weapons. War with these weapons is called atomic war and could lead to a nuclear\atomic holocaust or nuclear apocalypse. A nuclear weapon is an explosive device that derives its destructive force from nuclear reactions, either fission (fission bomb) or a combination of fission and fusion (thermonuclear weapon) like the ones used in the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945. The first fission ("atomic") bomb test released the same amount of energy as approximately 20,000 tons of TNT at the Trinity nuclear test. They are launched by the use of the military's nuclear launch codes and the authority and authentication of the president's/P.M.'s or defense minister's a Nuclear briefcase (UK) Cheget (USSR), «mobile base» (France) or Nuclear football (USA).

Why were they used on Hiroshima and Nagasaki[]

  1. To avoid an invasion of Japan in which ~5,000,000 Japanese, ~1,000,000 Americans and ~1,500,000 other Allied forces would die.
  2. To shorten the war by ~6 months and thus pre-empting the Soviet plans to invade Hokkaido.
  3. To test a new weapon on a city.
  4. To scare the USSR with.
  5. To intimidate the rest of the word with.
  6. To get necrophilia high for those who wanted it to be used?
  7. Parts of the US military and government had a racist agenda that was fixated with the mass killing Orientals.

Who can launch them, the ultimate launch control[]

They are launched by the use of the military's nuclear launch codes and the authority and authentication of the leader's, deputy leader's and/or defense minister. They can be only lanced by the relevant personnel using a 'nuclear briefcase'. the inenty of 4 of them are known: Nuclear briefcase (UK) Cheget (USSR\Russia), «mobile base» (France) or Nuclear football (USA).

Wartime usage[]

Technically speaking, it war would be any war in which nuclear weapons are used, ranging from a single, small weapon (like a bunker buster or the ones dropped by the United States on Japan in World War II) or a ad-hock terrorist bomb and all the way up to a full-blown assault between nuclear powers using atomic arms and their opponents (including those without nukes).

It would be used in World War 3 if mass death and destruction was needed and may then lead to a nuclear\atomic holocaust or nuclear apocalypse. The first fission ("atomic") bomb test released the same amount of energy as approximately 20,000 tons of TNT at the Trinity nuclear test. The first thermonuclear ("hydrogen") bomb test released the same amount of energy as approximately 10,000,000 tons of TNT. The Hiroshima bomb was War with these weapons is called atomic war and could lead to a nuclear\atomic holocaust or nuclear apocalypse. The Hiroshima bomb released the same amount of energy as approximately 20,000 tons of TNT and the Davy Crockett Weapon System released the same amount of energy as approximately 20 tons of TNT and the MGM-52 Lance missile could release 1,000 to 100,000 tonnes of TNT equivalent of explosive energy.

Fall out shelters and atomic\nuclear bunkers[]

Kelvedon Hatch emergency broadcast tower, which would have transmitted official announcements after a nuclear attack on the UK. English: Radio Antenna at Kelvedon Hatch (M. Kenyon), ~31 May 2007.

Government would have limped on from places like Kelvedon Hatch Secret Nuclear Bunker and RAF Hack Green. Valuable members of the public, the armed forces and some critical industries would also be protected to a degree, but most would have perished!

No doubt some places would survive and in time form small principalities and city states like this S.E. Polish one, The Republic of Mount Tarnica, which was made on another wiki.

The blast comparison list![]

The blast power per lb comparison list![]

  • Bang goes the tonnage!
A list of 25 types of explosive.
Explosive. Nationality. Era. % stronger/weaker than TNT. TNT equivalent.
Gunpowder Chinese Medieval 0.45%
Ammonia fertilizer Various WW1
Torvex American Cold War 0.80%
TNT German American Civil War
Amatol British WW1 110%
Ammonium nitrate/fuel oil (ANFO) American Cold War
Semtex Czechoslovak Cold War
C-4 British Cold War
Torpex British WW2 150%
Cycotol
RDX
PBX
U-235 A-bomb American WW2 +11,428.5714%
Plutonium A-bomb American WW2 +1,500,000%
IMX-101 American
Nitroglycerin (NG)
Dynamite
Gelignite
Picric acid British and French
Pure EGDN Belgian
Ammonite British

The bomb blast comparison list![]

  • Bombs away!
A list of 27 bombs.
Bomb. Nationality. Era. Warhead. TNT equivalent.
The Mk 2 "Pine apple" grenade. American WW1. The explosive charge was made of 2 oz of TNT or EC blank fire powder. 2 oz
Soviet F1 "limonka" hand grenade. Soviet WW2 60 g of Trinitrotoluene (TNT). 2.12 oz
POMZ, POMZ-2 and POMZ-2M stake mine- Yugoslavian Cold War 75 g rod of cast TNT 2.65 oz
7.7 cm Feldkanone 96 neuer Art (7.7 cm FK 96 n.A.) Feldgranate 96: a 6.8 kilogram (15 lb) high-explosive shell . German Imperial WW1 0.19 kg (0.45 lbs) of TNT. 0.45 lb (6.70 oz).
M18 Claymore mine Amerian Cold War 680 g (24 oz) of C-4. 32 oz (2 lb)
MON-50 mine Soviet Cold War 700g of RDX (PVV-5A) 32.92 oz
RP-3 (Rocket Projectile- 3 inch) British WW2 12 lb (5.4 kg) to 60 lb (27 kg) of TNT or TNT/RDX 12 lb to 60 lb (TNT version)
A full RPE “Zarya” 6ZhV corporate polypropylene ammonite powder transportation bag. Ukranian New World Order. 40 kg of ammonite powder. 19.98 lb
M112 demolition charge American. New World Order 25 lb of C-4 33.33 lb
18 inch Mark XVII torpedo British WW2 600 lb (270 kg) Torpex 900 lb
Fritz X missile Nazi German WW2 320 kg (705 lb) of amatol 775.5 lb
1980's IRA 'spectacular' bomb The IRA Cold War ~1.481 tons of Semtex ~2 tons
Timothy McVeigh's Oklahoma City bombing device. American far right New World Order Just over 4,800 pounds (2,200 kg) of ammonium nitrate fertilizer, nitromethane, and diesel fuel combined as ad mixture. Just over 5,000 pounds (2,300 kg) of TNT.
ASM-A-1 Tarzon bomb American WW2 5,200 lb (2,400 kg) of Torpex D1 3.9 tons
Talboy bomb Britsh WW2 5,200 lb (2,400 kg) of Torpex D1 3.9 tons
Grand slam bomb British WW2 4,144 kg (9,136 lb) of Torpex D1 6.5 tons
Mk-54 (Davy Crockett) infantry rocket launcher American Cold War Atomic warhead 10 or 20 tons (AKA: 0.010 kilotons or 0.020 kilotons)
GBU-43/B Massive Ordnance Air Blast (MOAB) American New World Order 8,500 kg (18,700 lb) of H6 11 tons
Mk-54 Special Atomic Demolition Munition device (SADM). American Cold War Atomic warhead 10 tons to 1 kiloton
W48 nuclear artillery shell American Cold War Atomic warhead 72 tons of TNT (0.072 kiloton).
Pluton missile French Cold War Atomic warhead 15 or 25 kilotons.
Little Boy bomb American WW2 U-235 atomic warhead ~15-16 kilotons.
Fat Man American WW2 Plutonium atomic warhead ~21 kilotons.
Operation Buster test blast American Cold War Atomic warhead 21 kilotons
UGM-27 Polaris missile American Cold War 3 atomic warheads 200 kilotons x 3
R-12 (SS-4 Sandal) Soviet Cold War Atomic warhead 2.3 megatons.
Ivy Mike test blast American Cold War Atomic warhead 10.4 megatons.

Videos[]

World_War_3_Russia_conducts_surprise_Large_Scale_Snap_Nuclear_Attack_Drill_(Oct_31,_2013)

World War 3 Russia conducts surprise Large Scale Snap Nuclear Attack Drill (Oct 31, 2013)

World War 3: Russia conducts surprise Large Scale Snap Nuclear Attack Drill (Oct 31, 2013).

NUCLEAR-WAR---N-Korea-ARTILLERY-n-strategic-MISSILE-forces-on-ALERT-to-ATTACK-US-targets-_WW3

NUCLEAR-WAR---N-Korea-ARTILLERY-n-strategic-MISSILE-forces-on-ALERT-to-ATTACK-US-targets- WW3

NUCLEAR-WAR---N-Korea-ARTILLERY-n-strategic-MISSILE-forces-on-ALERT-to-ATTACK-US-targets-[WW3].

Soviet_Union_destroys_North_America_(Nuclear_War)_-_clip_from_the_1977_film

Soviet Union destroys North America (Nuclear War) - clip from the 1977 film

Soviet Union destroys North America (Nuclear War) - clip from the 1977 film.

Atomic_Alert_A_Real_Attack

Atomic Alert A Real Attack

The propaganda film "Atomic Alert: A Real Attack".

Atomic_Attack_(1950)

Atomic Attack (1950)

Atomic Attack (1950).

Nuclear_Attack_Strike_On_The_U.K._Scenario_(Not_For_The_Squeamish)-0

Nuclear Attack Strike On The U.K. Scenario (Not For The Squeamish)-0

Nuclear Attack Strike On The U.K. Scenario (Not For The Squeamish).

Protect_&_Survive_-_1970's_UK_Public_infommercials_On_Nuclear_War_Preparation

Protect & Survive - 1970's UK Public infommercials On Nuclear War Preparation

Protect & Survive - 1970's UK Public infommercials On Nuclear War Preparation.

Nuke_prank_UK_HD

Nuke prank UK HD

Nuke prank UK HD by You Tube user The Volvic3 Project.

THERMONUCLEAR_WARFARE_U.S._Nuclear_Retaliation_Scenario_(720p)

THERMONUCLEAR WARFARE U.S. Nuclear Retaliation Scenario (720p)

THERMONUCLEAR WARFARE: U.S. Nuclear Retaliation Scenario (720p).

Also see[]

  1. A surprise nuclear attack
  2. Nuclear fallout
  3. Atomic accidents and disasters
  4. Atomic\nuclear power stations
  5. Mushroom cloud
  6. Atomic arsenals
  7. Bomb blast effects
  8. Atomic\nuclear war
  9. Atomic accidents and disasters
  10. The Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND)
  11. Atomic War
  12. Atomic warfare information notes.
  13. A nuclear\atomic holocaust or nuclear apocalypse
  14. Nukes
  15. Explosive blast\yield
  16. Atomic arsenals
  17. Bomb blast effects
  18. Atomic\nuclear war
  19. Atomic accidents and disasters
  20. Atomic\nuclear power stations
  21. Geiger-Muller counter
  22. "Poland is 'toast'!"
  23. Nuclear fallout
  24. Atomic videos
  25. Nuclear briefcase (UK)
  26. Cheget (USSR)
  27. «mobile base» (France)
  28. Nuclear football (USA)
  29. Atomic warfare information notes.
  30. A nuclear\atomic holocaust or nuclear apocalypse
  31. DEFCON 1
  32. HANDEL
  33. CONELRAD
  34. Cuban Missile Crisis
  35. EMP
  36. Thames flood notes (OTL)
  37. Thames flood notes (1962 atomic strike)
  38. Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP)
  39. Mushroom cloud
  40. Ike
  41. Atomic videos
  42. RAF Fylingdales
  43. Fag bomb
  44. Gay bomb
  45. Atomic arsenals
  46. Mushroom cloud
  47. Nuclear warfare
  48. Designated survivor
  49. Two-man rule
  50. Permissive Action Link
  51. Emergency Action Message
  52. Special Weapons Emergency Separation System
  53. Korean War
  54. UK war time regional seats of government
  55. Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP)
  56. Atomic accidents and disasters
  57. Davy Crockett Weapon System
  58. Ballistic missile submarines
  59. America's nuclear targets in 1959
  60. Buster-Jangle Charlie
  61. The atomic artillery peace ‘Atomic Annie’
  62. 1960 Bomarc Missile accident
  63. Operation Chrome Dome
  64. B-52 Stratofortress bomber
  65. Johnston Atoll
  66. Hack Green
  67. POMCUS sites
  68. Mushroom cloud
  69. Woomara test range
  70. Four-minute warning
  71. Americas' nuclear targets in 1959
  72. Atomic nuts
  73. Attempted nuclear war simulation (TL)
  74. Duck and cover
  75. Hack Green Secret Nuclear Bunker
  76. Kelvedon Hatch emergency broadcast tower
  77. Wartime Broadcasting Service (UK)
  78. Nuclear briefcase
  79. Mount Yamantau
  80. Second Artillery Corps (PRC)
  81. National Command Authority (USA)
  82. CND
  83. A nuclear pre-emptive strike
  84. A surprise nuclear attack
  85. A nuclear\atomic holocaust or nuclear apocalypse
  86. RAF Upper Heyford
  87. RAF Fylingdales
  88. Atomic Weapons Establishment near Aldermaston
  89. Nukes
  90. Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty
  91. A surprise nuclear attack
  92. Operation Chrome Dome
  93. Atomic warfare information notes.
  94. Pre-emptive strike
  95. A surprise nuclear attack
  96. 1960 Bomarc Missile accident
  97. 1961 Goldsboro B-52 crash
  98. 1963 Test Ban Treaty
  99. 1966 Palomares B-52 crash
  100. 1968 Thule Air Base B-52 crash
  101. 1980 Titan II Missile Explosion
  102. 1983 Soviet nuclear false alarm incident
  103. A surprise nuclear attack
  104. Atomic warfare information notes.
  105. Avro Canada CF-105 Arrow
  106. Ballistic missile submarines
  107. Bikini Atoll
  108. Castle Bravo test blast miscalculation
  109. Chapelcross nuclear power station partial meltdown
  110. CND
  111. Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty
  112. Convair F-106A Delta Dart
  113. Davy Crockett Weapon System
  114. Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP)
  115. Germany's Fulda Gap
  116. Greenham Air Base
  117. Johnston Atoll
  118. Mushroom cloud
  119. Nukes
  120. Operation Chrome Dome
  121. Operation Square Leg (1980) and Exercise Hard Rock (1982)
  122. Pre-emptive strike
  123. RAF Molesworth
  124. RAF Upper Heyford
  125. Seven days to the River Rhine (1979)
  126. Soviet invasion of Denmark
  127. Soviet/NATO invasion of Finland
  128. The 10 kiloton "Baneberry" weapons test error in Operation Emery
  129. The atomic artillery peace ‘Atomic Annie’
  130. Threshold Test Ban Treaty
  131. Treaties
  132. Tsar Bomba
  133. UK war time regional seats of government
  134. Wartime Broadcasting Service
  135. RAF Upper Heyford
  136. RAF Fylingdales
  137. Atomic Weapons Establishment near Aldermaston
  138. Nukes
  139. Hack Green Secret Nuclear Bunker
  140. Kelvedon Hatch emergency broadcast tower
  141. Wartime Broadcasting Service (UK)
  142. Geiger-Muller counter
  143. Seven days to the River Rhine (1979)
  144. Soviet invasion of Denmark
  145. Soviet/NATO invasion of Finland
  146. The 10 kiloton "Baneberry" weapons test error in Operation Emery
  147. RAF Upper Heyford
  148. RAF Fylingdales
  149. Atomic Weapons Establishment near Aldermaston
  150. Nukes
  151. Hack Green Secret Nuclear Bunker
  152. Kelvedon Hatch emergency broadcast tower
  153. Wartime Broadcasting Service (UK)
  154. Atomic Weapons Establishment near Aldermaston
  155. Nukes
  156. Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty
  157. DEFCON 1
  158. HANDEL
  159. CONELRAD
  160. Cuban Missile Crisis
  161. EMP
  162. Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP)
  163. Mushroom cloud
  164. Ike
  165. Korean War
  166. UK war time regional seats of government
  167. Chapelcross nuclear power station partial meltdown
  168. Nuclear briefcase
  169. Mount Yamantau
  170. Second Artillery Corps (PRC)
  171. National Command Authority (USA)
  172. CND
  173. Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty
  174. A surprise nuclear attack
  175. Operation Chrome Dome
  176. Atomic warfare information notes.
  177. Pre-emptive strike
  178. A surprise nuclear attack
  179. 1960 Bomarc Missile accident
  180. 1961 Goldsboro B-52 crash
  181. 1963 Test Ban Treaty
  182. 1966 Palomares B-52 crash
  183. 1968 Thule Air Base B-52 crash
  184. 1980 Titan II Missile Explosion
  185. 1983 Soviet nuclear false alarm incident

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