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+4 1. kaneg commented 10 years ago

Bombs away!
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+41 2. cranky commented 10 years ago

True Snotr material!
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+2 3. oldcurt6 commented 10 years ago

takes me back to E.O.D. school :)
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+1 4. MrJaKoSe commented 10 years ago

NIce^^ 50 million tons ;O
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+16 5. LightAng3l commented 10 years ago

Very cool video ! :D

PS : 2:43 is a true math fail! 100 tons = 100.000 KG, no more no less. 90.700 KG is 90.7 tons. It's not that hard you just add zeros to the number.
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+6 6. krillemaster commented 10 years ago

#5 i was just about to write that :P

fun fact about the Tzar bomba: the had t use a parachute on the bomb so that the plane had a chance to get away from the blast ^^
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+6 7. blackd commented 10 years ago

Another fun fact about the Tzar bomba:
It was scaled down from 100 million tons to minimize the fallout.
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+3 8. shayangx commented 10 years ago

Ten Octillion Million Ton... :S
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+7 9. fardelian commented 10 years ago

#5 See the Wikipedia page for "Ton." The imperial system never seizes to amaze me.
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+23 10. Thanny commented 10 years ago

#5 You're confusing a ton with a tonne (called a "metric ton" in the US). The ton in the video is a short ton, which is 2000 pounds, as made clear by the "200,000" pound figure right there in the video. No math fail in the video, but a vocabulary fail on your part.
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-4 11. Sramos commented 10 years ago

Another fun fact about the Tzar bomba:
It's actually the Tsar bomba :P Lawyered!
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+4 12. LightAng3l commented 10 years ago

#10 you appear to be right sir.

I blame my fail on the utter stupidity of the imperial system.

I leave you with this quote:

"How high is Mount Everest ? (Pick out the right answer)
29035 feet ?
4863 fathoms ?
9683 yards ?
5.5 miles ?
1761 rods ?
440 chains ?
44 furlongs ?
1.83 leagues ?
48.63 cable's lenghts ?

Hm.. which one should I pick..."
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+1 13. orion commented 10 years ago

#11 does not matter, both are wrong as they replace each single cyrillic letter with multiple letters which are supposed to sound approximately the same in english, although english language is unable to reproduce most of them accurately (and in written form, these words look very strange). It's also pronounced wrong in the video.
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+13 14. PaterSin commented 10 years ago

#12 how about 8km? easy and simple ;) go metric system!

another fun fact about the Tzar (or whatever bomb) the shock wave traveled around the earth 3 times before not being detectable anymore.
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-4 15. huldu commented 10 years ago

Drop a couple of the last ones in every major city on this planet. That should at least bring the population down a bit.
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+6 16. krillemaster commented 10 years ago

#12 SI units is the only logical measurement imo 8-)
http://physics.nist.gov/cuu/Units/units.html
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+3 17. librabooks commented 10 years ago

Excuse me while I go deflagrate in the porcelain canister. Is that right?? What is it called when the speed of smell is close to the speed of sound? :S
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+4 18. c0mmanderKeen commented 10 years ago

#16 Indeed. You cant do science with all those useless measurement units flying around...

#17 I dont know, but why is a raven like a writing desk?
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0 19. datastreamdude commented 10 years ago

what a fucking waste......

all that money, time and effort.

idiots.
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+2 20. sux2bu commented 10 years ago

#15 Can we start with your city?
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-2 21. loadme commented 10 years ago

so lets take a look at the "50million tons of TNT" bomb.

he said, that 1 million is enough to power one household for like ~103.000 years
now lets make some simplified math..
a person may live for around 80years.
therefor 1 million tons could be used to offer energy for the lifetime of 1287 people.

if you now look at back the 50 million tons, those 1287 people fast raise up to the size of a fairly large town with 64.375 people.


instead of letting some really stupid badass thing explode close to the northpole and bringing us wet feed, military should try to go green and power a whole TOWN for a full lifespan.




stupid bombs. awesome looks, but still stupid.
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-1 22. Tabur commented 10 years ago

edit: 1000kg