Professor Dr. Antony P. Mueller
-- Ubi dubium, ibi libertas --
sábado, 28 de janeiro de 2017
Efeitos da explosão de uma bomba atômica
Here's What Would Happen If a Nuclear Bomb Landed Near You
We all know a nuclear war would be bad, but it's kind of abstract. Personally, I always just assumed I'd be vaporized if a nuclear bomb fell near me. Apparently not, according to this video, which provides a terrifying, in-depth look at just what would happen if you were close to a nuclear ground zero. The real problem, we discover, is that "close" is a relative term. For instance, if the bomb dropped on a clear night, people up to 53 miles away would experience flash blindness. People 7 miles away would get first-degree burns. Within 5 miles, it's third-degree burns—which, if they cover 24 percent or more of your body, are very likely to kill you. But we're just getting started: Within a 4 mile ...