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Any bomb that uses a nuclear reaction is a nuclear bomb, just one uses fission and the other fusion (hydrogen). A dirty bomb uses a conventional chemical explosion to scatter radioactive material.
Originally posted by lukeUK
If you have watched the movie sum of all fears you'll see it involves a nuclear dirty bomb exploding at a football event (superbowl) ive watched recent videos that seem to always relate to a football(american) match and a nuclear device exploding.
I just wonder why the bbc are going to be broadcasting this year, theyve never done it before as there isnt enough of a following for it over here.
Maybe they want cameras over there to broadcast the event
Originally posted by muzzleflash
Also the cameras there would not really broadcast the event if it was an actual nuke.
They would just instantly go offline. That's all we would see.
Normal life one second, feed lost next.
Cameras outside of town would be the only ones to survive the blast and record the actual event/aftermath.
Originally posted by GogoVicMorrow
If you aren't from the U.S. you can't understand.
The commercials aren't hated on.