So you're telling me this wouldn't completely fuck up a hurricane?

Jason Cox
Jason Cox

So you're telling me this wouldn't completely fuck up a hurricane?

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Evan Scott
Evan Scott

Not really

Dylan Rodriguez
Dylan Rodriguez

idk but I'd watch a youtube video about what would happen if it did though.

Asher Barnes
Asher Barnes

Probably just create a hurricane of radioactive fallout.

Ethan Diaz
Ethan Diaz

We should try it on a hurricane right before it is about to hit Haiti. It's a win win.

Jack Ross
Jack Ross

Do we even know that's what he said? Or is it sources familiar with his aide's way of thinking, again?

Joshua Harris
Joshua Harris

Not only does a hurricane have the energy of many nukes, but it's fueled by heat. Nukes make a lot of heat.
On the other hand, a nuclear hurricane would be entirely beneficial, especially if you could watch it glow at night.

Christian White
Christian White

That picture is not correct. The mushroom cloud is not made of fire.

Ian Davis
Ian Davis

not using cold fusion nuke
amateurs

Nolan Hall
Nolan Hall

it’s made of nuclear fire

Brandon Barnes
Brandon Barnes

have the power of many nukes
Legit fabrication and theory. A nuclear blast can disperse the eye.

Logan Ward
Logan Ward

The problem is that hurricanes are too big for atomic bombs.

The energy of the hurricane is less concentrated than an atomic bomb, but it is far more energy in a much larger area.

Also consider that Hurricanes feed off heat, and heat is what an atomic bomb produces, and if they get worse you can cause a bigger hurricane and a nuclear disaster.

Landon Bennett
Landon Bennett

Hurricanes are fuel by OCEANIC HEAT. Superheating the air above or in the eye of a hurricane, will in theory slow down convective currents and slow or halt the development of the hurricane. Yes they have a lot of energy, but if we start a chain reaction aid energy could be dissipated elsewhere.

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Juan King
Juan King

Yes let's introduce radioactive particles into the atmosphere again. Background radiation levels from tests in the 60's have only just baselined

Oliver Rivera
Oliver Rivera

A nuclear blast can disperse the eye.
Copy/Paste answer because it's more effort than just typing it:
The average size (diameter) of the eye of a hurricane is 30 km (18.5 mi).

The blast radius of the bomb dropped on Hiroshima was about 1.7 miles, and the bomb left a crater that was 2 miles deep. The largest bomb as of August 2014, the 100 megaton Tsar Bomba, had a blast radius of 7.7 miles.

Also, eat a dick.

Levi Hernandez
Levi Hernandez

...although, I have no idea how Hiroshima got a crater 2 miles deep, and I thought the TBomba was 50MT.

Robert Peterson
Robert Peterson

stating the Tsar bomb happened in 2014
Stopped reading right there.

Isaac Powell
Isaac Powell

OCEANIC HEAT
Theoretically... HEAT = HEAT
I see where you're going with the idea, but I think the most common misconception is that of scale. Causing a temperature inversion would be good for radio propagation, but I think that the reletively small heat spot above a hurricane would just cause a temporary bit of disruption, and then it would smooth itself out.
Perhaps chilling or heating an area in the path could change its direction a little, but how much would depend on scale, and a nuke is already too small.

Jace Price
Jace Price

So nothing would happen and some fish would get a little radiated. I say we do it anyways cause it would be cool. Not enough nukes flying about these days, diplomacy is boring and cucked.

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Levi Richardson
Levi Richardson

Go back to twitter

James Peterson
James Peterson

some fish would get a little radiated
The fish are already full of mercury. The most efficient way to deal with hurricanes would be to restrict insurance payouts on hurricane damage. That way, people in million-dollar beach houses would build them with the appropriate structure for ocean-side weather.

Sebastian Bennett
Sebastian Bennett

Not gonna lie, it wouldn't do shit to stop a hurricane; HOWEVER...

Force of God vs Man playing God is a pretty interesting match up.

Isaac Powell
Isaac Powell

It's pronounced nuclear idiot

Matthew Nelson
Matthew Nelson

People from NYC don't know this, but hurricanes are driven by ocean heat.

Jason Johnson
Jason Johnson

No.
And as a hurricane's source of energy is heat, it'll probably make it a bit stronger.

Liam Sullivan
Liam Sullivan

Its funny because South Africa and Israel did this to hide a nuclear test in 1979.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vela_incident

Lucas Evans
Lucas Evans

tries to stop it
adds energy to the system with atomic winds
It would be fun to test

Kayden Ward
Kayden Ward

Hurricane Erin.
9/11 2001

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Hunter Roberts
Hunter Roberts

nuclear weapons don't exist

Justin Hughes
Justin Hughes

shut the fuck up, nigger

Jeremiah Martin
Jeremiah Martin

A nuke would go straight through the clouds and hit the ocean. Imagine "sharknado" but replace the sharks with nuclear radiation basically.

Eli Long
Eli Long

Detonate a thermonuclear bomb in the hurricane
Hurricane just keeps travelling as if nothing happened
Spreading joy and radiation across the entire country, causing birth defects across the whole continent
Great, you want to make mutts even more ugly?

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