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Discussion in 'The Bar' started by newcastlefan, Jun 18, 2013.

  1. newcastlefan

    newcastlefan גֵּרְשֹׁם VIP

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    you asked:

    "The first stage is a fission explosion in which a high explosive (usually something like TNT or RDX bound into a polymer matrix) compresses a core (the "primary") of plutonium or enriched uranium to create a supercritical mass. Fusion fuels (deuterium and tritium/lithium-6) may be added to the primary, which help to keep its core supercritical longer; this is called a "boosted fission" or (confusingly) "boosted fusion" device."

    you need a pliable explosive: RDX is easy to obtain as its an industrial compound made to be molded. the hard part is getting about 35 pounds of plutonium and not dying in the process. plutonium is dense like lead so 35 pounds is about the size of a regulation baseball. i would look at making deuterium for enrichment because you can extract it slowly from sea water with a car battery, and because handling lithium with tritium is annoying (tritium decays quickly into water vapor which the lithium likes too much). you will need something you can synchronize to cause all the the RDX sections to react (ie "explode") simultaneously. back in the 1980s we would have used professional photographic flashbulb controllers, but today i would bend some integrated circuits harvested from fisher-price toys since toys-r-us are everywhere, to drive 64 U-bin luxeon LEDs. The LEDs cost about $5.00 each so that might be pricey.

    all this info is and has been freely available from Wikipedia for more than a decade.
     
  2. Swayze

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    I guess Iran doesnt get wikipedia

    Srs tho are you a complete dolt?
     
  3. newcastlefan

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    why? i can do it? i just never bothered to figure out a substitute for the plutonium. i'm sure there must be some other compounds that will react similarly to uniform pressure. its just a matter of finding some with a slightly lower yield.
     
  4. Swayze

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    Omfg


    Froggy the nuclear physicist folks


    I can see a jew dweeb coder obtaining weapons grade uranium on the black market and assembling a warhead in his shitty little NY apartment


    Yeah man


    :facepalm:
     
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    pms broke again?
     
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    i don't think it's necessary anymore to do it with plutonium or uranium. the characteristics of those that caused the reaction naturally, can probably be simulated sufficiently without the really dense elements. and if there is something in the dense materials that is necessary, osmium (it's way denser than uranium, just stable) is available on ebay for under a hundred bucks per 5 grams.
     
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    physicists don't build devices. engineers build devices according to the discoveries of physicists. engineers have already worked out the ways to do this. their work just needs adjusting (ie "hacking") for today's conditions.i can hack anything, and often do.
     
  8. Swayze

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    Is this based off of something youve read on wikipedia?

    Fuckin moron

    Unreal
     
  9. Swayze

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    Ur neither u dolt
     
  10. newcastlefan

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    and you would know because? you have no knowledge of the tasks necessary, the research, or me.
     
  11. Swayze

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    Ur a fuckin programmer dude

    Eat shit dolt
     
  12. newcastlefan

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    you are such an asshole. i code when i want to because its fun. i design systems. we hire people to program. i make the systems work. any monkey can code.
     
  13. Swayze

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    Doesnt make you a rocket scientist

    It makes you a huge bullshitter
     
  14. newcastlefan

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    you're such an asshole. and a clueless asshole as well. no wonder people are willing to pay dawg to ban you.
     
  15. Swayze

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    Do youhave a degree?

    If so, what is it?
     
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    schmoopy's head is denser and cheaper
     
  17. newcastlefan

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    but his head is porous.
     
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    Froggy posts a few paragraphs, not blueprints etc, from wiki and claims he can build a warhead with no uranium

    Thats an asshole
     
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    I'll fix that with my food storage vacuum thing. the irony will be awesome.
     
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    maybe you can suck putty into the holes.