Knew that would happen eventually.
On 7 Feb 2001, at 13:56, Nano Scribe wrote:
> You need to take a good hard look at the puppies in our arsenal, and
> those which were designed but (so we're told) never built. couple of
> MIRVs makes the issue irrelevant--several warheads would get close
> even if the bodies were 10-30km off in different directions.
> Science fiction precedes science fact. I DON'T have tick off a list,
> do I..?
> On 7 Feb 2001, at 10:17, Michael Lorrey wrote:
> > John, the guy who decries many well thought out real plans as fiction,
> > yet takes science fiction as fact.... Actually, in a Martian
> > atmosphere, 10 km is nowhere near close enough. With such thin air,
> > fireball and blast wave effects will be negligible. If its an air
> > burst, most of the energy will go into space, while a ground burst
> > would make a crater.
> > John Marlow wrote:
> > >
> > > I've been called that before.
> > > "" is from Total Recall.
> > > With Martian atmosphere, 10-30km is more than close enough.
> > > "" from Dune.
> > > Excrement?
> > > Truth--except for the cynic part.
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