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Originally posted by Voiceoftreason
Of course that would mean that nuclear power stations and experimental reactors can't operate either. Whoopsie... my power just went off. Oh well...
Originally posted by Now_Then
reply to post by tauristercus
So nuke powered subs? Nuke powered ships???
Or does the sea not count?
Well the Russians had a reactor flying in a bear... Some sats and probes are nuke powered....
I shall be making good use of the work bunkum in this thread me thinks!
Originally posted by open_eyeballs
reply to post by KRISKALI777
what about all the nuclear testing underground? in the middle of the pacific ocean? in the dessert? do her studies include these detonations?
"... the president (of the Royal Aeronautical Society in Auckland) was inclined to be sceptical of my methods of calculations, and he asked me quite casually when the next French bomb would be detonated. I told him that the 25th of the month, about a forthight away, was my bet..."
"On the 25th of the month the peace of Murorua Atoll was shattered, and the echoes of the French nuclear explosion rippled around the world."
"I had proved my point that the dates of nuclear tests could be accurately predicted on the basis of harmonic calculation."