What if we nuke the moon Kurzgesagt?
The study found the Moon’s orbit would be unchanged (Kurzgesagt says a nuke would move the Moon as much as somebody blowing air would move a truck), and it would simply be left with another crater on its surface. There would also be radioactive debris on the Moon’s surface.
What would happen if you detonated a nuke in the Mariana Trench?
The report outlines how when a nuclear weapon goes off underwater, it produces a cavity of hot gasses, which then collapses. If the explosion happens near the surface, it can create some pretty big waves—under some circumstances, they can be hundreds of feet high near ground zero.
How many nukes would it take to destroy the moon?
Here’s a piece from Gizmodo figuring that you’d need 9,000 bombs of the 15,000 kiloton “Castle Bravo” class to obliterate the entire surface of the moon.
What if we destroy the moon?
Another bonus is, if we did destroy the moon, it could potentially result in Earth having rings. Some astronomers even think that Saturn got its rings from a relatively small moon that got smashed up, or maybe a larger moon that had its outer layers stripped away as it fell into the young planet.
What happens to the body in a nuclear explosion?
EFFECTS ON HUMANS Blast. Nuclear explosions produce air-blast effects similar to those produced by conventional explosives. The shock wave can directly injure humans by rupturing eardrums or lungs or by hurling people at high speed, but most casualties occur because of collapsing structures and flying debris.
How many nukes would it take to destroy a country?
New research argues that 100 nuclear weapons is the “pragmatic limit” for any country to have in its arsenal. Any aggressor nation unleashing more than 100 nuclear weapons could ultimately devastate its own society, scientists warn.
What does Kurzgesagt mean in a nutshell?
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When was the last time a nuclear bomb was detonated?
Geneva (ICRC) – A nuclear bomb hasn’t been detonated in war in nearly 75 years, but increasing international tensions and 6 million views on a week-old video show how relevant the issue remains.
Who are the creators of what if we Nuke a city?
The video, “ What if we nuke a city ?” is a collaboration between the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and ‘Kurzgesagt-In a nutshell’, a Munich-based animation studio whose YouTube channel focuses on scientific, technological, political, and philosophical issues.
What does the meme what if we detonated all nuclear bombs at once mean?
Added about a year ago by Matt. Updated about a year ago by Matt. Kurzgesagt Explosion refers to a series of image macros based on screenshots from the Kurzgesagt – In a Nutshell video “What If We Detonated All Nuclear Bombs at Once?”