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TSAR Hydrogen Bomb Detonated by USSR (with sound)

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Uploaded on Jan 9, 2010

Not fake, honest! It's easy to shoot from the hip. *** BUT SOUND IS APPLIED. See here for another explosion, the Feb 15 2013 meteor in Russia: http://ee4.me/meteor. *** Blast noise IS created at the time of the blast. Where is the microphone placed and why? DUH! Speed of light vs. speed of sound?
July 4: It matters not what some NSS peeps rant, this is BY FAR the best nuke video on YouTube. My pal Hobart doesn't lie. Prove me wrong if you can (you can't!). JJ

** Hey people--what's up? Why the incessant complaints? Read this description and you'll find answers to your questions, gripes, beefs, and insane one-line vulgarities. Hot shots: if you can do better, do it and post a video response. Words are cheap. Get off your duffs and do something besides uttering a shallow whine!
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This is meant to be an enjoyable video (to the extent a nuke can be "enjoyable"...). No need to get an ulcer over it! :) Jim 1/9/12

AN602 hydrogen bomb ("Big Ivan") dropped with a descent-slowing parachute by a Soviet TU-95 propeller-driven bomber and detonated in the atmosphere at an altitude of 10,000 feet on October 30, 1961 at the USSR's Sukhoy Nos facility of Novaya Zemlya in the Barents Sea. It was the most powerful nuclear weapon ever exploded. Designed to produce a blast of 100 megatons, the test was reduced to 57 megatons by replacing the second-stage explosive with a lead plug since even the scientists were worried about the unpredictable effects of the full 100 megaton yield. At this explosive power this bomb was 4,000 times as powerful as that which destroyed Hiroshima. The explosion was heard 600 miles away and the shock wave was measured to have encircled the earth three times. Only one bomb of this type was ever built. It was 7 feet in diameter, 26 feet long, and weighed 27 tons. One bomb like this could totally destroy a city the size of New York. This one bomb had 20 times the explosive power of all the munitions used by all countries in World War II. Armageddon, predicted by the bible, came a major step closer when mankind learned how to destroy on such a massive scale. There are 30,000 nuclear warheads currently in existence, all but 200 in the hands of Russia and the United States. What's the point of making you aware of this? Read 2 Corinthians chapter 4, verses 7 through 18 to find out.
Update Jan 2, 2012: This is footage of the actual detonation as supplied by the USSR for propaganda purposes, with a sound track from a different nuclear detonation replacing the original delayed-sound, and synchronized so that the sound is heard at the same time as the blast is seen. This isn't a "simulation"--both blast and sound are real, but I edited it in this way simply to make it more interesting. Based by the number of views and some of the pointed comments posted, it seems some peeps are quick to take exception to my editing judgments. I wonder why? There are plenty of ordinary videos of nukes with delayed blast sound. If you don't care for my exercise of editorial license, why not just watch those others? Or hey! Here's an original idea: why not create your own desired versions of this well-documented event? Windows Movie Maker and iMovie are easy to learn and you might enjoy the learning process, as I did! :) Jim

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