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Subject: A realistic pattern of nuclear detonations
Steen Hjortsoe    8/30/2005 3:01:06 AM
Ignition of the atmosphere did not occur in the isolated atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, but it will happen with the huge release of energy from 10 or perhaps as many as 20 large nuclear and hydrogen bombs in and around the world's megalopolises leading to a unique global homogeneous, and inconclusive, plasma state with a strong inherent tendency to come back to the starting point of the normal state or in theoretical physical terms: a coherent global plasma state involving a time reversal and an ensuing time re-reversal negating the entire WW III and saving everybody's lives. Considering one nuclear detonation in 1945, it was realized that the pressure in and around the fireball of a single detonating bomb would be too small to ignite the atmosphere to say nothing of letting a possible ignition propagate through it. This barrier to propagation is eliminated, when simultaneous nuclear detonations are piled on top of each other like the plastic domes of ludo pieces creating a huge local pressure - and a local ignition of the atmosphere. When you stack one pile of detonating nuclear 'ludo pieces' just beside another, then a third, a fourth, and so on, a strong propagation vector is sustained and continuous ignition of the atmosphere ensured, actually on Doomsday encircling the planet from many different ignition locations. Steen Hjortsoe
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hybrid    RE:A realistic pattern of nuclear detonations   8/30/2005 6:04:35 AM
Are you asking whether atmospheric ignition is possible or are you making a statement? Its kinda hard to follow
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jhaley    RE:A realistic pattern of nuclear detonations   8/30/2005 12:07:36 PM
Considering more "hot air" comes out of Washington than all the nukes combined, atmospheric ignition is remote at best. Ted Kennedy keeps trying, but so far no luck, don't we have enough to worry about global heating/cooling...
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bsl    RE:A realistic pattern of nuclear detonations   8/30/2005 10:00:56 PM
Rod Serling lives. Reality does not.
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