The largest nuclear device ever tested

A documentary about the Russian nuke Tsar Bomba, which was tested in 1961 and held 50 megatons of TNT.

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+5 1. phill261 commented 12 years ago

shit that's shit let's hope it dont ever 8-) drop
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+2 2. casabian commented 12 years ago

that's a very big bomb :O
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-3 3. Rimmer commented 12 years ago

" . . . held 50 megatons of TNT" Dingbat. There's no TNT in a nuclear device.
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+5 4. keltix commented 12 years ago

EQUIVALENT of 50 megatons
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+6 5. martynbiker commented 11 years ago

equivalent to all the explosives detonated in WW Two X 10!!!!!!!!
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+2 6. ComentAtor commented 9 years ago

#3 0:55 "contained EQUIVALENT to 58 million tons"
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+2 7. AL-AIN commented 9 years ago

that's a very big bomb and very bad to the world :|
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0 8. huldu commented 8 years ago

Ah yes... the "Capitalism Annihilator".
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0 9. cochise commented 4 years ago

Easily replicated using 58 billion red Fiestaware plates, 48 Trillion Vasaline glasses, 67 trillion smoke detectors, 69 billion lantern mantles, and 4 reasonably sized granite counter tops.