posted on Jan, 4 2019 @ 01:09 PM
a reply to: CriticalStinker
you dont remember the 'ice age rock' under the wtc
"Such an explosion will cause neither any air-blast wave, nor any thermal radiation. Its ionizing radiation will be stopped by surrounding materials
and thus it cannot travel up to the earth’s surface. The same thing will happen with the free electrons – all of them will be stopped by
surrounding rock; thus no noticeable EMP could be created as well. However, such an underground explosion will still release great amounts of highly
poisonous radio-nuclides resulting from chain reaction into the surrounding melted and vaporized rocks.
Secondly, even though it won’t cause any air-blast wave, it would cause some noticeable shock to the Earth akin to an earthquake that will travel to
great distances across the Earth in the form of seismic waves. These will be definitely detected by various seismic control services in the same
manner they usually detect natural earthquakes.
The resulting picture after such a deep underground nuclear explosion will look like this: there will be a cavity under the earth’s surface that
results from the disappearance of the vaporized rock. The size of this cavity directly depends on the explosive yield and on the hardness of
surrounding soil and could be easily calculated.
Just for example – a 150 kiloton yield deep underground nuclear explosion could vaporize enough rock to create a cavity of up to 100 meters in
diameter (50 meters in radius). Though, this cavity will be created not only by the actual disappearance of the rock, but also as a result of an
additional expansion of the cavity by the high pressure of the vaporized rock in gaseous form inside the cavity seeking to expand the cavity to every