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Top 7 Biggest Things We Tried to Nuke

What If | April 3, 2024
Top 7 Biggest Things We Tried to Nuke

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  1. @xman577

    April 3, 2024 at 8:45 am

    I remember watching Shoemaker Libby, hitting the surface of Jupiter. And leaving earth size craters on its under side. That’s a memory I’ll never forget.

  2. @lowkeymodzz

    April 3, 2024 at 8:45 am

    This should be titled, '7 big things and what would happen if we nuked them', or something like that. Not '7 of the biggest things we have tried to nuke'. Sorry that's something that bothered me. But great video for sure!

  3. @BiG420ToMaTo420BuDs

    April 3, 2024 at 8:45 am

    7:02 actually most modern nuclear weapons are in the kiloton range not the megaton or Gigaton range so they don’t use Fusion they use Fission there are still a bunch of hydrogen bombs leftover from the 50s-80s but weapons over 3-5 megatons aren’t very practical and 10-50 or even bigger weapons are less practical unless you’re trying to obliterate 1 city and render 1 area uninhabitable for a hundred or so years 10 1 megaton bombs are much more useful and much more practical than 1 10 megaton bomb same thing goes for even larger bombs like the United States 25 megaton Mark 40 that’s been decommissioned for decades now because a bomb like that is too powerful for anything but destroying entire metropolitan areas and 25 1 megaton bombs would do much more damage strategically placed than 1 25 megaton bomb

  4. @BiG420ToMaTo420BuDs

    April 3, 2024 at 8:45 am

    4:25 incorrect the Tsar Bomba was not the largest bomb ever created it’s merely the largest bomb ever detonated the United states and presumably Russia and probably China also have larger bombs built waiting to be used

  5. @BiG420ToMaTo420BuDs

    April 3, 2024 at 8:45 am

    1:04 that’s not true those were the first atom bombs created and today thanks to that maniac Donald Trump the United States possesses truly low yield atom bombs 1/10 the size of Hiroshima and Nagasaki 1.5-2 kiloton warheads also in the 1980s the United States made a super tiny Atom bomb that was the size of a rugby ball called Davy Crockett. It was fired from a recoil rifle and its yield was 20 tons of TNT not 20 kilotons. It was 1/1000th the size of Nagasaki.

  6. @Mr.Gump5780

    April 3, 2024 at 8:45 am

    A nuclear bomb damn near the size of earth could not destroy Jupiter. The pressure of Jupiter’s lower atmosphere could crush the earth. This is a stupid video.

  7. @alteans

    April 3, 2024 at 8:45 am

    Who the f*ck dreaming up these stupid ideas and wasting it on YouTube videos as possibilities? Wtf is wrong with some ppl?🤣 This shit ain't funny at all🙄

  8. @liviusky

    April 3, 2024 at 8:45 am

    This is stupid. How can nukes be hotter then the Sun? The Sun has the same fusion/fission reaction the nuke has, but the sun has every second so.. also, Jupiter is called a fail star because it was not able to sustain a fusion reaction chain like any star, because that one percent missing is what makes Jupiter a gas giant and not a star. The question should be ,"what if" Jupiter gets ignited from a Nuke? Do we really think we could survive?

  9. @ambition112

    April 3, 2024 at 8:45 am

    0:51: 💣 Plan to nuke Jupiter using Earth's nuclear weapons faces challenges due to the planet's size and the need for multiple bombs.
    6:26: 💥 Potential consequences of nuking the sun and the use of fusion in nuclear weapons.
    12:44: 💥 Unleashing the power of antimatter in a destructive explosion.
    18:57: 💥 Unintended consequences of underwater nuclear detonations on marine life and ecosystems.
    24:25: 💥 Devastating effects of a nuclear explosion and historical context of nuclear bombs.
    29:57: 💥 Plan to mitigate asteroid impact with nukes in 2175 to prevent catastrophic destruction.
    35:43: 💥 Attempting to use nuclear bombs to stop volcanic eruptions brings uncertainty and potential risks.
    Recapped using Tammy AI

  10. @kristoferkidd

    April 3, 2024 at 8:45 am

    Where is Venus..? They asked you not to give ideas.? The only right solution to nuke a planet is Venus… first nuclear winter will drop down the temperature… second it'll drop down the tremended precious to lower levels…and third it'll create graffite and hydrogen, and hydrogen is the element needed to the planet to became the water we need… Honestly, why not telling about nuke Venus to the public..?

  11. @de-tached

    April 3, 2024 at 8:45 am

    Considering leaked info from multiple US military personnel sources cite an average yield of current nuclear weapons in the 100-475Mt range (W76 @ 100Mt – W88 @ 475Mt) it seems ridiculous to the point of being ludicrous to have so many nukes in an arsenal.
    The mentality that bigger is better or more is safer is simply delusional when applied to nuclear weapons.

    Even if the yield averaged 1Mt, any more than 100 nukes is overkill for any single nation to deter the rest of the world. If 100 x 1Mt were detonated it would cause harmful effects to their own population even if all 100 are detonated on the other side of the planet.

  12. @NightmareRex6

    April 3, 2024 at 8:45 am

    am i only one that finds it QUITE ODD that NASA crashed something into jupiter, but was SO SO SO scared of "destoying theh saternalian" atmosphere on doing the same thing to saturn?

  13. @invictus2578

    April 3, 2024 at 8:45 am

    Dropping the original czar bomba at 100mt would be like throwing a firecracker into the ocean even if we used all 100,000 warheads from the Cold War it would still do nothing

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