A Conversation for The Tunguska Incident


Post 1

Gone Postal

Surely there would be radiation in the area if a nuclear explosion had occurred


Post 2

Researcher 200598

lemme welcome myself into this remarkable group, since i wd expect members of this gp to be occupied in determining various arcane aspects of our galaxy and maybe the attic...

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Post 3

Researcher 200598

and talking abt radiation, GonePostal, dont u think it is remotely possible that it does not necessarily have to radiate if it is nuclear? As in, we do not know well enough..we are talking of an extraterrestrial meteorite arent we?


Post 4


Correct me if wrong, but how could a non-radiating thing be nuclear? ::shrugs:: I think nuclear energy is somewhat too inefficient for space travel, anyways. smiley - smiley


Post 5


cold fussion could produce the same power as a nuclear explosion without the radiation downside.

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