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#127 - Picture  [+] (1 reply) 05/23/2013 on It Was Fun :) +3
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#237 - profarnsworth (05/19/2015) [-]
How'd that work out for you jakeofthesnakes?
#126 - I am taking it upon myself to do this. Making costume.  [+] (2 replies) 05/23/2013 on It Was Fun :) +1
#127 - jakeofthesnakes (05/23/2013) [-]
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#237 - profarnsworth (05/19/2015) [-]
How'd that work out for you jakeofthesnakes?
#414 - Comment deleted  [+] (1 reply) 05/23/2013 on Couldn't Have Said It Any... -1
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#419 - sparkyoneonetwo (05/23/2013) [-]
I am gay and I find that insulting
#458 - He never said like an atomic bomb, he said bigger than an atom…  [+] (2 replies) 05/23/2013 on Who is Ready to Learn Some... -1
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#494 - garmol (05/23/2013) [-]
No, just no. Both of those statements are completely and utterly wrong.
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#482 - brisineo (05/23/2013) [-]
Wait what? That doesn't make sense...

A nuclear explosion is a nuclear explosion. Hiroshima was a pop compared to nuclear devices today, so a fissile bomb with that yield is not unrealistic, but Uranium-238 is a much more common, more stable isotope used in nuclear reactors that cannot violently explode as U-235 will. (but it does get extremely hot) The explosions in Chernobyl were from over pressurized steam, hydrogen buildup, and the hot carbon moderators being exposed to air. They dived into that water to drain that pool because the reactor material was melting through the ceiling, and would have caused another steam explosion.

Also, they did have 2 higher geiger counters that were capable of reading up to 1000 Roentgens per second, but the first was lost in the explosion, and the second failed to turn on. All their lesser geiger counters went off the scale. Also the director thought that the radiation wasn't as bad as speculated, and said that the third gieger counter brought in was defective and workers could still be there without radiation suits. Constant exposure of 5.6 R/s (or 5.3 Rads per second for you Fallout folk) quickly told a different story.
#182 - Picture 05/23/2013 on español +2