Air Force silent after huge meteor hits earth near US military base

Julian Brown
Julian Brown

What are they hiding?

A meteor hit the earth and exploded with 2.1 kilotonnes of force last month, but the US Air Force has made no mention of the event.

NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory confirmed an object of unspecified size travelling at 24.4 kilometres per second struck earth in Greenland, just 43 kilometres north of an early missile warning Thule Air Base on the 25th of July, 2018. Director of the Nuclear Information Project for the Federation of American Scientists, Hans Kristensen, tweeted about the impact, but America's Air Force has not reported the event. Mr Kristensen argues it's concerning there was no public warning from the US government about the incident. "Had it entered at a more perpendicular angle, it would have struck the earth with significantly greater force," he writes on Business Insider.

Mr Kristensen points to the example of the Chelyabinsk meteor, a 20-metre space rock that exploded in the air over Russia without warning on the 15th of February 2013. It was the size of a house, brighter than the sun and visible up to 100 kilometres away. About 1500 people were injured by glass from windows smashing or other effects of the meteor's impact as it crashed to earth, the biggest known human toll from a space rock. "The Chelyabinsk event drew widespread attention to what more needs to be done to detect even larger asteroids before they strike our planet," said NASA Planetary Defense Officer Lindley Johnson. "This was a cosmic wake-up call."

Following the 2013 incident, the International Asteroid Warning Network was established to assist governments to detect and respond to Near Earth Objects.

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Adrian James
Adrian James

Kristensen argues it's concerning there was no public warning from the US government about the incident
It's cute that people think we can detect everything coming from space, our radars watch other nations not straight up.

As for the event itself what do you want the airforce to say? "A rock exploded from friction heating 140,000 feet above a base"?

Aiden Price
Aiden Price

What are they hiding?
As always, israeli false flag.

Ryder Morris
Ryder Morris

2.1kt
24.4 km/s
How big was that "rock"?

William Phillips
William Phillips

I hope it's aliens and they come to fuck us all over.

Justin Diaz
Justin Diaz

I hope it's aliens so we can fuck them.

Isaac Cruz
Isaac Cruz

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Isaiah Ward
Isaiah Ward

Do we have a snownigger strelok willing to go up there and find out what it was?

Jayden Cox
Jayden Cox

Thule air base
Space nazis confirmed

Ayden Edwards
Ayden Edwards

Give me a few days, if you don't hear back from me within a week, it was the jews.

Liam Murphy
Liam Murphy

That would have been pretty cool to see. Not entirely sure as to why Air Force would have had to make some press statement regarding that event. It's not their job and it's in the bumfuck middle of nowhere. If they had camera footage of that then yeah, sure someone would have made a press statement. Or a twitter post.

Eli Scott
Eli Scott

Can you livestream it if it is possible?

Brandon Long
Brandon Long

They didn't say shit because it happened a million miles from the nearest eyewitness and the less normalfags know about this kind of shit happening the less risk there is of everyone deviating from wagecucking and paying taxes.

Jose Brooks
Jose Brooks

If you come back and say it wasn't the jews, you're a jew.
Couldn't find a way to make Drumpf look bad so it wasn't considered important that an entire air force base could have been turned to ash.

David Morris
David Morris

What color of alien do you like the most?
For me it's Blue or Purple.

Andrew Diaz
Andrew Diaz

we're still here, so they correctly concluded it was not a russian first strike
Can you imagine being this naive?

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James Fisher
James Fisher

I guess missile warning bases aren't the kind of base that like a lot of press attention. Still, meteors are newsworthy as fuck, I would have hoped for liveleak footage at least.

Jaxson Jenkins
Jaxson Jenkins

According to a study referenced by Mr Kristensen, a meteor struck earth every 13 days over a 20-year-period. Most break apart upon entering the atmosphere and are "harmless".
lmao this is why you shouldn't rely on news agencies for scientific coverage. They completely misinterpret whatever study he was referencing. That number can only refer to meteors of above a certain size. No idea what size since they don't say, but there's certainly a minimum there. Consider that the stronger showers of the year can typically put out tens of naked-eye meteors per hour, and that's just in the sky visible from any given point, not across the whole planet.

It's cute that people think we can detect everything coming from space, our radars watch other nations not straight up.
Radar only detects them when it's too late anyway. Once they do hit and you have a giant ionization trail it's easy enough, but when they're still interplanetary you pretty much have to rely on optical and infrared. And the problem with the those is that while there are several such telescopes looking (e.g. Pan-STARRS) there's a huge swath of sky where you can't see shit because a) the sun saturates everything, and b) they need to be reflecting sunlight towards you if you're looking in optical, so objects close to the sun aren't very visible. Guess what direction Chelyabinsk came from. Guess what direction Tunguska came from.
A meteoroid this size isn't very likely to be detected anyway. 2018 LA, which hit Botswana in June, was a bit smaller and was only detected 8 hours before impact, with an orbit poor enough that even at that time they could only put the hit probability at 85%.

There is also a dearth of meteor research. NASA shut down most of theirs in the sixties, and today it's largely done by Eastern Europe and Canada. NASA contracts us for their meteor forecasts; a grad student in my department recently gave a report to NASA about whether there was a risk to spacecraft posed by this year's Draconids, for example. Probably not for Earth, but Gaia over in L2 might be at risk.
Daytime showers (such as the Beta Taurids, which Tunguska came from) are particularly understudied.

The good news is that NEOs bigger than a few hundred meters are mostly found. Though the joke is that "we've found 95% of them, now we just need to find the other 20%".

t. recently started a MSc in astronomy.

Probably somewhere around 4m, at a VERY rough guess. Kilotonnage is a pretty poor measure since it's more directional than a nuke.

Jack Mitchell
Jack Mitchell

This. Man was made to breed and fuck aliens. We will end an alien scourge as husbands, brothers, sons, etc. All will be trampled under our feet as the interstellar fleets are forced to end their wars or face the wrath of their wives.

Bentley Ortiz
Bentley Ortiz

the US creates space force
space throws a rock at the US

this is a declaration of war, we must go forth and kill space

Nathan Murphy
Nathan Murphy

I doubt any resources in space are worth immediate costs, nor places to spread democracy.

Xavier Gonzalez
Xavier Gonzalez

you misunderstand, we must kill space, it has killed the dinosaurs already and it now attacks us, we must kill it before it does more harm

Adrian Bennett
Adrian Bennett

I doubt any resources in space are worth immediate costs, nor places to spread democracy.

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Tyler King
Tyler King

And before someone bitches about the price of space, SpaceX I know they're a meme, shut the fuck up would need to bring back an approximate elephant's weight in platinum to make their money back on an unmanned drone sent to mine said asteroid, and in theory they could just orbitally launch the precious metals to a lake ground site to be collected.

Aaron Lee
Aaron Lee

A warm orange with some nice red highlights.
and in theory they could just orbitally launch the precious metals to a lake ground site to be collected.
You know what they say about reducing production cost of your product:
Have it fall out of orbit at many kilometers a second, disintegrate upon reentry, and then fall into a lake or ocean as tiny particles so you can invest millions on collecting it again.

Logan Sanchez
Logan Sanchez

stony and elongated
Eros
haha Benis :DDDD

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Jose Harris
Jose Harris

This was an alien spacecraft full of advanced technology that was shot down to further empower Queen Elizabeth II. This is obvious due to the fact that it came from space, and it exploded. There is no other possible explanation for something to explode. Friction heating, according to many researchers, does not cause things to explode, they merely disintegrate. There are thousands of hidden high-powered satellites and ground ultraviolet scanning stations that have been captured on tape and on Google Earth; clearly they knew of this object. I wouldn't be surprised if it was an envoy of sorts to establish relations, granting major boons on all of society, but per the usual, it was shot down by Kazakhstan anarcho-syndicalists who are jealous of people not living in poverty. With the fragments of tech that fall back to Earth, they will be able to replace more key elements of Queen Elizabeth II's body with synthetic material, with the goal of eventually making her immortal.

Nathan Harris
Nathan Harris

Well aren't missile warning bases basically a just a electricians depo in middle of fucking nowhere? That's so bumfuck middle of nowhere that I wouldn't be surprised if they had automated that "base", and that it was only occupied by humans when it was time to to do some maintanance.

Meteor-strikes falls on the plate of NASA or meteorological services.

And even if they notice a swarm of rocks that are going to be occupying the same airspace with our planet, similar size to the ones that probably caused younger dryas to occur, why would one tell public about it? Basically all you can do with a shitstorm of that size is to dig a hole and embrace the suck. That's what people may or may not have done in the past. Northern europeans hid inside the world-tree, south american huehues hid inside a tree of their own, Persians hid inside a mountain, and jewchristians hid inside a boat. All were meant to preserve life, or seeds of life.

To build seed-facilities you'd need public's co-operation, so you tell them after you've done all you can for future and hope for the best.

Anthony Foster
Anthony Foster

thule air base

Aaron Kelly
Aaron Kelly

Cool post.

William Long
William Long

but what if the ayys only came to watch?

Carson Harris
Carson Harris

Thule

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Isaiah Morales
Isaiah Morales

Orbital ring

Jack Flores
Jack Flores

Nah, the radar dishes need constant de-icing in winter.
There were no de-icing robots in the '70s when they were built so they kept a bunch of "send-him-somewhere-he-can-do-no-harm"s to de-ice the dishes an antennas.
Then they get to raise the human sons of their wives.

Carter Jones
Carter Jones

The good news is that NEOs bigger than a few hundred meters are mostly found. Though the joke is that "we've found 95% of them, now we just need to find the other 20%".
I don't worry so much about them as I do some KBO or centaur coming out of left field. Those things can get big. To say nothing of oligarchs in the Oort cloud.

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Alexander Wright
Alexander Wright

I hope a KBO with atmosphere come into Earth orbit and become a second moon just like Triton so we can colonise it and become our white ethno-planet.

Chase Clark
Chase Clark

Dysnomia
What is /b/'s BO doing in the Kuiper Belt?

Jayden Price
Jayden Price

O'Neill cylinder

Austin Long
Austin Long

Dyson sphere

Anthony Martin
Anthony Martin

He’s big guy

John Thompson
John Thompson

So we can colonise it and become our white ethno-planet.
You and I both know the cucks at NASA (or whatever space agency does it) would intentionally staff mixed-race couples or booksmart niggers to send to another world. If the military colonized it, it would be like how they explicitly send all the niggers in the Navy to Japan. If China colonizes it, no white man is gonna be on that mission. Don't kid yourself, user.

Thomas Price
Thomas Price

If China colonizes it, no white man is gonna be on that mission
How else are chinese supposed to colonize it?

Kayden Lopez
Kayden Lopez

We can destroy any non-white spaceships to KBO to prevent them from colonising our future minor planet.

Samuel Richardson
Samuel Richardson

Wasn't Thule the one where a B52 with nukes crashed back in the 60s when a blocked heater caught fire or something stupid like that?

Jason Davis
Jason Davis

"meteor"
crashes near "thule" airbase
It was a fucking crashed UFO, no reason to keep quiet about it if it wasn't

Ryder Smith
Ryder Smith

that image
that second fucking paragraph
Pic related.
Also
ID'Z AYYLIUMS :-DDD

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Andrew Martin
Andrew Martin

meteor crashes
base personnel see Apple sticker on rubble
vapelord exits impact site
add furious fellatio joke somewhere in there

Logan Rodriguez
Logan Rodriguez

2.2 ktTNT = 9.2 TJ
9.2 TJ = .5 x (24.4 km/s)^2 x mass
Mass = 30.9 metric tons

This is, of course, not accounting for inefficiencies and miscalculations since "2.2 ktons" was probably calculated using the dimensions of the explosion. I'd estimate the mass to be upwards of 60 metric tons. I'm not an expert and that's a very conservative estimate, by the way.

Nicholas Sanchez
Nicholas Sanchez

What's the matter Chicken Little? No one listens to you?

Jose Stewart
Jose Stewart

Still, meteors are newsworthy as fuck
Meteorites land on Earth all the time. The issue is that they're either too small or they end up landing in bumfuck nowhere like in Antarctica or the Sahara or a combination of both. Even fireball meteors (ones that explode and vaporize and thus don't make it to the ground) are common but they too also fall around the large, uninhabited areas of the Earth.
30 to 60 metric tons
So higher than average range in terms of space rocks falling on the Earth.

Luis White
Luis White

2,000 nukes ready for launch
Are these delusional subhumans so fucking eager to kill white men on the blink of an eye? Is the Russian boogeyman so scary to these idiots for fucks sake?

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Jose Fisher
Jose Fisher

It's a mix of jews jewing and boomers going "hey we were strong and manufacturing existed before we sold it to the chinese communists back when we were in the geopolitical equivalent of a mexican standoff, let's do it again surely that will fix the problems we created"

Adam Wright
Adam Wright

tbf that DOES look like a ((("Russian"))) missile strike the US pussied out of.

Zachary Williams
Zachary Williams

It's just a bugman saying blumpf will cause nuclear war. Also the United States is much whiter than russia ever will be, considering "russians" aren't even white and the entire state has been a mongrel empire for it's entire existence.

Brody Harris
Brody Harris

the United States is much whiter than russia ever will be
russians aren't even white
The last time USA was white was back in 1492. Ever since then you're a cesspool of niggers, chinks, mudslimes, mullato rape babies, gooks, jews and a few surviving whites.
Russians are white. If you unironically fell for the mongol meme without spending a single nanosecond in searching information by yourself then you're a fucking idiot.

Logan Cruz
Logan Cruz

They're minimum 80% white, and that's counting the ukrainians and caucasian ethnics as not white.

Cameron Taylor
Cameron Taylor

I wasn't as clear as I should've been. I meant upwards (probably significantly) of 60 metric tons.
On comparing this meteor to others (according to Wikipedia)
Average meteor velocity relative to Earth at entry is about 17 km/s
Asteroids with a diameter of 4 meters enter the atmosphere about once a year
Asteroids with a diameter of 7 meters enter about once every 5 years which have a kinetic energy equal to about 16 ktonsTNT but an air blast of 5 ktonsTNT
Asteroids with a diameter of 20 meters hit about every 50 years
Chelyabinsk was one of these and was estimated to have an air blast of 500 ktonsTNT
Wikipedia has a good chart on this on the page "Impact event". Someone should make a bell curve of this.
This isn't too out of the ordinary.

Ethan Long
Ethan Long

You will understand when the time comes.
Wir kommen in Frieden.

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Leo Stewart
Leo Stewart

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Caleb Parker
Caleb Parker

They think Israel will ever allow a war to break out between NATO and Russia ever
Have you idiots not been paying attention to anything ever since WWII? There isn't a single government or bank not controlled by the kikes. Both Putin and Trump and good goys. The only thing that will happen from his predictions is civil war, and that will happen only after certain European countries elect Nationalist parties. Germany, England, France and the USA will play almost 0 role in what is going to happen.
The civil war will start in either Greece or Italy. Those two are the countries with the most commies and 50/50 populations. Half are hardcore Stalin-tier commies and the other half is Hitler-tier nationalists. Once there is a spark, the fire will rise in the rest of Europe. The white man will not fight back until he sees someone else do it. Western Europe is far too cucked to start the spark. It has to happen in the Balkans, and it will.

Jaxon Roberts
Jaxon Roberts

m.youtube.com/watch?v=Ei6arNiQt-g

Hunter Young
Hunter Young

yeah I don't see the word oil anywhere on that page so i'm going to have to give that asteroid a hard pass.

Benjamin Cox
Benjamin Cox

Nice blackpill.

Robert Phillips
Robert Phillips

It's only a blackpill if you're a commie or a kike

Adam Rogers
Adam Rogers

The only optimistic part about your post was the
the other half is Hitler-tier nationalists
and it's almost less true than the rest of your bitch and whining post.

Just because kikes controls every single national bank except Best Korea, Iran and Syria doesn't mean that every single individual in position of power is a full-blown zogbot.

If that was the case you would not have a constant stream of (((news networks))) and (((newspapers))) bitch and moan about impeachments and war with dem ebul ruzkies and isnotrael would have control of 2/3s of Syria at this point.

Liam Reyes
Liam Reyes

You cannot be this retarded to think Russia and USA will unironically wage war on each other. And if you think Putin isn't a zogbot you're delusional. He follows money and nothing else. Israel has full control of every big power. They won't wage war on their own assets. Literally nothing to be gained from these two countries fighting. Nothing.

Worst case scenario there will only be a proxy war, not a direct one. And even then it won't be the spark that wakes up the European man. The only resemblance of nationalism left in Europe is from Italy, Greece and to an extend Hungary. Krauts won't do anything, frogs won't do anything, Britbongs won't do anything, Swedes won't do anything, the western man will not do anything. Their communist parties are half-assed pseudo-commies and their right-wing parties are pseudo-patriots.

Joseph Martin
Joseph Martin

You cannot be this retarded to think Russia and USA will unironically wage war on each other.
This had been the kikes' wet dream since the 50s you fucktard. Why the fuck do you think (((they))) invested so much in "taming" drunk slavs and the most recognizably corrupt and warmongering Dem candidate with minimal chances of getting elected?

And if you think Putin isn't a zogbot you're delusional.
I bet you retard also think Jewromaidan was a spontaneous nationalistic colorful revolution too.
l2realpolitik you intellectually indenbted mouthbreather

Israel has full control of every big power.
Trump threw a 30 minutes "muh gassed childrum" tantrum, only 2 missiles hit, did 6 gorillion shekels worth of damage to SAAF and then stopped caring faster than a horny teen with ADHD
Russia has been all out supporting Assad and goodifying ISIS for 4 years to the point FSA's/Al Nusra moderate beheaders are all but removed, ISIS has to hug Israeli borders to survive and Israel is on the brink of losing control of the Golan Heights

Literally nothing to be gained from these two countries fighting. Nothing.
hundreds of millions of dead White goyim
nothing to (((gain)))
Google Samson Option and lurk the fuck moar.

Chase Hughes
Chase Hughes

If you seriously believe all this then which part of my post was blackpilling? I refuse to believe there will ever be a total war between the burgers and the slavs. And saying that the west isn't going to wake up by itself isn't a blackpill, it is the absolute current reality. Thousands of rapes, murders and total destruction of many cities. Muslim niggers in every street and entire towns outnumbering whites 100 to 1. If they haven't genocided the shitskins already they never will. Over 3,500 Swedes are allowing the government to put chip implants to their bodies. These people are going to start a revolution? No, they will not. Not without an idol to follow.

Chase Williams
Chase Williams

he types that as the Turkish Lira collapses and SA faces the worst drought for 110 years.
Operation Highjump

Just as planned. There are some higher things working. Some things no mere mortal jew could change.

Logan Collins
Logan Collins

TN:
plan means keikaku

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Jackson Price
Jackson Price

Just as predicted in the dead sea scrolls

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Zachary Reyes
Zachary Reyes

2,000 nukes ready for launch
Are these delusional subhumans so fucking eager to kill white men on the blink of an eye? Is the Russian boogeyman so scary to these idiots for fucks sake?

You have to account that half of these might not even go off due to defect. These are 50 year old missiles and even older warheads.

Plutonium warheads by themselves don't last very long due to helium offgass and need to be remanufactured every 5-10 years.
Irradiated explosives and primers don't last well either and are unreliable.

A lot of these nukes are in few 100kT range, mostly for tactical purposes of stopping advancing army.

Mind you, US has nuclear-anti-aircraft platform. Basically shoot a nuke into enemy air formation for shits and giggles.

Isaiah Gonzalez
Isaiah Gonzalez

Air Force silent

And what are they supposed to do? Go to DefCon 1? Issue out a press statement? "Yes, ladies and gentlemen, a rock has fallen to the Earth from outer space for the 1,300th time this year." Scramble the Jets? What for? To shoot down the space aliens using psy-beams to bombard us with astronomical phenomena?
What exactly do you expect the Air Force to do? An asteroid hit the Earth…..congratulations?

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Dylan King
Dylan King

Post 80's ABM defenses were deemed as uneconomical since their cost greatly surpassed their target's even without counting dispersing warhead-clusters per missile, decoys and chaff, after the later their cost became prohibitive.

The best anti-ballistic shield against more modern ICBMs with their MIRV warheads and decoy/CM spam would be high-altitude super/hypersonic-bombers modified to carry an interception radar and multiple short range ABMs, patrolling over metropolitan areas in times of high alert.

This would probably allow a viable cost for interception of multiple targets since AB-missiles launched at high altitude and high supersonic speeds would spare their design a lot of propulsory load and consequently would dramatically drop the cost and design complexity and would allow much more warheads for the same cost to be deployed, potentially with the launching platform being able to also discriminate better than the EWR between actual warheads and decoys.

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Ayden Martinez
Ayden Martinez

Original idea plz no steel.

Gabriel Collins
Gabriel Collins

Complimentarily you could also similarly fill jumbo-jets with ABMs and a proper early-warning/missile-guiding radar for the case shit really hits the fan. Of course the lower altitude, and more importantly, subsonic speed would make the difference from groundborne ABMs operating cost per warhead much less noticeable but the mobility of the platform, resilience against a first strike and potential role as an airborne command platform coordinating squadrons of smaller faster ABM-launching aircraft would probably compensate for it, especially in a non-MAD gradually escalating exchange scenario.

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Angel Wright
Angel Wright

Mind you, US has nuclear-anti-aircraft platform. Basically shoot a nuke into enemy air formation for shits and giggles.
Is nuclear tipped ABM possible? Can we nuke nukes? Since the world's fucked any if you've nukes falling on you, might as well die hard.

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Luis Cooper
Luis Cooper

Is nuclear tipped ABM possible?
If my sources greek military mags and encyclopedias from the late 80s and the 90s are not terribly wrong I recall that some if not many 1st-gen ABMs were neutron bombs, that isn't cost-effective at all though and probably the main reason ABMs were largely dropped as a strategic concept. Today ABMs tend to have kinetic-warheads but IMO betting on a bullseye against a mach 20+ target it's too much of a gamble regardless of how predictable its orbit is.

Landon Foster
Landon Foster

That depends, how many shekels can I squeeze out of congress?

Isaiah Gray
Isaiah Gray

That shows what your journalists knew. "Neutron" bombs were meant to kill every living thing and leave the infrastructure intact, not knock out ballistic missiles.

Jose Parker
Jose Parker

Don't they know out all the electronics as well?

David Howard
David Howard

These are not mutually exclusive:
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neutron_bomb
ERWs were first operationally deployed for anti-ballistic missiles (ABM). In this role the burst of neutrons would cause nearby warheads to undergo partial fission, preventing them from exploding properly. For this to work, the ABM would have to explode within ca. 100 metres (300 ft) of its target. The first example of such a system was the W66, used on the Sprint missile used in the US's Nike-X system. It is believed the Soviet equivalent, the A-135's 53T6 missile, uses a similar design.[6][7]

Eli Wright
Eli Wright

Give me a few days, if you don't hear back from me within a week, it was the jews.

Henry Foster
Henry Foster

worrying about nuclear war
In the event of nuclear war only cityfags and military bases will get nuked. I see nothing wrong with the world being washed in nuclear fire, and coming out of the chaos like a naked woman leaving the shower, clean and fresh. Radiation isn't that horrible for you, and at fallout levels it can only make you develop cancer later in your 60s; it isn't natural to live past 30 anyways, so count your blessings. The worse danger from fallout is the toxic isotopes in the dust, but those settle and decay within 2 weeks of the explosion. I can't wait to look out my window and see mushroom clouds over the horizon, and get to don my respirator and coveralls and frolic in the dust like snow. Fallout might also turn out to be a good fertilizer. Hell, if you have forewarning of bombs about to be dropped near you, don some welding goggles and sit down in a lawnchair, and you can sunbathe in the light of the explosion.

Evan Perez
Evan Perez

F

Kayden Smith
Kayden Smith

EMP knocks out electronics

Jeremiah Parker
Jeremiah Parker

Americans rejected anti-ballistic missile development because it meant that outlying suburbs and towns became targets and the missile bases drove down property values in said communities
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sentinel_program#Local_hostility

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Connor Russell
Connor Russell

Davidson cone

Xavier Turner
Xavier Turner

I thought they had pressure relief valves like RTGs

Anthony Smith
Anthony Smith

scientists at Argonne National Laboratory outside Chicago alerted the press about the arrival of Sentinel, and explained the controversy surrounding the system. Led by John Erskine and David Inglis, and styling themselves as the West Suburban Concerned Scientists
Erskine
Inglis
A kike and a mick killed America. Wew lad.

John Martin
John Martin

so what you're saying is that old age is a spook? :^)

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