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What would happen if a nuclear plant were hit by a nuclear bomb?
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What would happen if a nuclear plant were hit by a nuclear bomb?
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Would the nuclear bomb obliterate the nuclear plant, or would the nuclear plant still melt down?
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1,242 pages at GLP that solved nothing.
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Maybe they would just cancel each other out
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Moe Onions  Wrote: (09-13-2017 08:33 AM)
Maybe they would just cancel each other out

Jptdknpa I don't think a matter anti-matter cancelling out each other would wind up being the end result

There are some pretty densely packed nuclear power plants states along the East Coast. I just don't know what would actually happen should a nuclear plant be nuked.
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The mass of the rods at the nuclear power plant are much smaller than the blast of a nuclear bomb, so I would assume the rods would be displaced most likely embedded in the earth depending on which direction the blast came from.

They'd get pushed down a couple hundred feet into the earth's crust and sit and sit there until they finally burned out.
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The mass of the rods at the nuclear power plant are much smaller than the blast of a nuclear bomb, so I would assume the rods would be displaced most likely embedded in the earth depending on which direction the blast came from.

They'd get pushed down a couple hundred feet into the earth's crust and sit and sit there until they finally burned out.

...so the meltdown from plant shouldn't be much of an issue?
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seasnake  Wrote: (09-13-2017 08:49 AM)
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The mass of the rods at the nuclear power plant are much smaller than the blast of a nuclear bomb, so I would assume the rods would be displaced most likely embedded in the earth depending on which direction the blast came from.

They'd get pushed down a couple hundred feet into the earth's crust and sit and sit there until they finally burned out.

...so the meltdown from plant shouldn't be much of an issue?

I'd say that the rods would get spread out in a spherical pattern, like imagine the front face of a blast as it propagates outwardly in a spherical direction.

So that would be good, not to have them next to each other. My understanding is the rods will continue to react, emitting radiation even if dislodged from their containment.

However, if the nuclear blast was a couple miles away, then the power would just go down at the plant and then the rods might go super critical or something.

But why not just blast the whole area with an EMP blast and accomplish the same thing?
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If the blast was right on top of the plant then the rods would probably just get obliterated by the force of the blast, then their individual parts would spread out in the face of the blast, like a balloon, however the earth into which they were driven would provide resistance against their motion, so maybe they'd only go a couple hundred feet.
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seasnake  Wrote: (09-13-2017 08:49 AM)
...so the meltdown from plant shouldn't be much of an issue?

I'd say that the rods would get spread out in a spherical pattern, like imagine the front face of a blast as it propagates outwardly in a spherical direction.

So that would be good, not to have them next to each other. My understanding is the rods will continue to react, emitting radiation even if dislodged from their containment.

However, if the nuclear blast was a couple miles away, then the power would just go down at the plant and then the rods might go super critical or something.

But why not just blast the whole area with an EMP blast and accomplish the same thing?

I'd think having nuclear energy plants during wartime would be rather detrimental, like an Achilles Heel, if they could be hit.
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seasnake  Wrote: (09-13-2017 08:49 AM)
...so the meltdown from plant shouldn't be much of an issue?

I'd say that the rods would get spread out in a spherical pattern, like imagine the front face of a blast as it propagates outwardly in a spherical direction.

So that would be good, not to have them next to each other. My understanding is the rods will continue to react, emitting radiation even if dislodged from their containment.

However, if the nuclear blast was a couple miles away, then the power would just go down at the plant and then the rods might go super critical or something.

But why not just blast the whole area with an EMP blast and accomplish the same thing?

The EMP from lightning does next to nothing to anything that is properly ground isolated, of course ground isolation means a induced current can jump from mains through a person to ground.
This means if you have an old 2 prong plug tube record player and you are sitting close listening to Led Zeppelin IV, the power lines get hit by lightning or an EMP, when they find the body, stairway to heaven will still be playing.
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Fire of Prometheus  Wrote: (09-13-2017 09:06 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (09-13-2017 08:52 AM)
I'd say that the rods would get spread out in a spherical pattern, like imagine the front face of a blast as it propagates outwardly in a spherical direction.

So that would be good, not to have them next to each other. My understanding is the rods will continue to react, emitting radiation even if dislodged from their containment.

However, if the nuclear blast was a couple miles away, then the power would just go down at the plant and then the rods might go super critical or something.

But why not just blast the whole area with an EMP blast and accomplish the same thing?

The EMP from lightning does next to nothing to anything that is properly ground isolated, of course ground isolation means a induced current can jump from mains through a person to ground.
This means if you have an old 2 prong plug tube record player and you are sitting close listening to Led Zeppelin IV, the power lines get hit by lightning or an EMP, when they find the body, stairway to heaven will still be playing.

So would an EMP attack above a nuclear plant flood the plant with so much radiation that the plant could no longer be maintained?
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Skippy  Wrote: (09-13-2017 08:07 AM)
1,242 pages at GLP that solved nothing.

What would happen if the collider machine was built above ground like the Ararat Temple?

https://www.google.com.au/search?q=ark+p...4koJX79xM:
Looks like the VAGINA answer to your crop circle PENIS....occult organization.

The natural human PSYCHE awareness....given information from transmitting atmospheric conditions.....and how it affects human choice/natural life.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/.../Dutch-car...il-T...Jul 7, 2012 - A Dutch creationist is putting the finishing touches on a full-size replica of Noah's Ark, which he has built according to a blueprint set out in the ..

content.time.com/time/health/article/0,8599,1937370,00.htmlNov 11, 2009 - 3, the supercooled magnets in sector 81 of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), outside Geneva, began to dangerously overheat. Scientists ..


Religious leaders – always suspicious of the aims of the scientific world - drew a connection to a verse straight out of Revelations (9:1-2, 11), which makes reference to the name ‘Apollyon.’ The verse states: “To him was given the key of the bottomless pit. And he opened the bottomless pit… And they had a kind over them, which is the angel of the bottomless pit, whose name in the Hebrew tongue is Abaddon, but in the Greek tongue hath his name Apollyon.https://www.rt.com/op-edge/313922-cern-collider-hadron-higgs/

ABADDON

abandod

ABANDONED

DEN......bottomless pit where the GAR ^ HIT...removed the DEN owning the LION and it roared in the release. Secret meaning of GAR...the nose point^, the black triangulation seen at night in the removal of gas burning.

http://www.express.co.uk › News › WeirdOct 28, 2016 - STRANGE footage has been captured of a triangular UFO that was said ... stadium in the La Praille area of the Swiss city for about 20 seconds.

Abaddon is described as the king of an army of locusts; his name is first transcribed in Greek (Revelation 9:11—"whose name in Hebrew is Abaddon, The Angel of Death." (Ἀβαδδὼν), and then translated ("which in Greek means the Destroyer" (Ἀπολλύων, Apollyon))). The Latin Vulgate and the Douay Rheims Bible have additional notes (not present in the Greek text), "in Latin Exterminans", exterminans being the Latin word for "destroyer".
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RE: What would happen if a nuclear plant were hit by a nuclear bomb?
myexperience1  Wrote: (09-13-2017 09:14 AM)
Skippy  Wrote: (09-13-2017 08:07 AM)
1,242 pages at GLP that solved nothing.

Disaster from the North
…6"Lift up a standard toward Zion! Seek refuge, do not stand still, For I am bringing evil from the north, And great destruction. 7"A lion has gone up from his thicket, And a destroyer of nations has set out; He has gone out from his place To make your land a waste. Your cities will be ruins Without inhabitant. 8"For this, put on sackcloth, Lament and wail; For the fierce anger of the LORD Has not turned back from us."…

ANTI CHRIST, is the ancient biblical DATA.

To gain a new attack is to alter the DATA as it was CODED...would be via new INVENTION....new occult science technology.

Changed ANTI CHRIST review......relates that the MURDER of the GAS/SPIRIT attacked also removed out of SION was not heeded as advised.

Ancient pyramid/temple creator outcome for DATA or the CAUSE/EFFECT of pyramid changing nuclear fusion and signals was the causation nuclear fuel, explosion via nuclear dust interaction.

Collider a new technology that does not belong to the PYRAMID occult causation.

DATA sequence would change into a NEW STATEMENT.

Changers and owners of the ANTI CHRIST.....adding onto the 22 Revelations...just as warned, by changing atmospheric NUCLEAR FREQUENCY of the ancient Mother Abomination Earth attack.

ANTI CHRIST changed
CIA N THIRST.....removing ORIGIN or the FIRST.

Collider in want of ORIGIN.

Thirst....Rome will go into a drought (2nd pyramid owners)....
1st owners/causers ORIGIN SCIENCE...the PYRAMID in the N....North will attack, via the occult owned organization of the CIA......returned to the ancient SCENE OF THE CRIME.

A CRIME A = AMERICA
shifting of the HOLY CROSS + by SEW

SEW RITZ LAND = SWITZERLAND

UFO sighting near "Ritz" waterway Gland Lac Leman
http://www.european-waterways.eu/e/info/...ee.phpLake of Geneva / Lac Léman (Genfersee) | Switzerland ... It has a depth of maximum 310 m and an average water volume of 89 km3 which is far more than any

Ship sunk Year 1883
https://voices.nationalgeographic.org/20...n-science/
http://www.ufoevidence.org/sightings/report.asp?ID=4078

Eventual outcome would be a UFO radiation metal ball hit on the collider.
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RE: What would happen if a nuclear plant were hit by a nuclear bomb?
seasnake  Wrote: (09-13-2017 09:09 AM)
Fire of Prometheus  Wrote: (09-13-2017 09:06 AM)
The EMP from lightning does next to nothing to anything that is properly ground isolated, of course ground isolation means a induced current can jump from mains through a person to ground.
This means if you have an old 2 prong plug tube record player and you are sitting close listening to Led Zeppelin IV, the power lines get hit by lightning or an EMP, when they find the body, stairway to heaven will still be playing.

So would an EMP attack above a nuclear plant flood the plant with so much radiation that the plant could no longer be maintained?

EMP like lightning no.
EMP like an atomic detonation? Electromagnetic energy drops off in intensity the same as radiation, or kinetic force, the inverse square law applies to all of it.
Watch the old videos of the atomic testing, first the induction heating happens from the EMP as it travels fastest along with photon/radiation energy.
The main heating force is the EMP induction as the paint evaporates evenly even in shade(its lead paint so radiation heating would be shaded, EM resonates through).
Then the shock wave arrives as sound and kinetic waves in air travel slower than EM/light.
The notion of separating these forces(em/radiation/kinetic blast) is the work of science fiction.
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