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6.8 Magnitude Earthquake Simulated by Underground Nuclear Explosion!

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Uploaded on Nov 2, 2010

This guy has a better write up on it than me, but mine is a newer upload so it's a little higher in quality. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qp6aZI...

Cannikin (5 Megaton Nuclear Device Amchitka, Alaska). Excerpt from "Atomic Journeys: Welcome to Ground Zero". Mind you, the footage is directly above the epicenter, whereas the epicenter of most earthquakes (like the one in Japan) are like a mile or more below the ground and a few miles off-shore. (Don't quote me on that, though). I don't recall how deep this one was buried, but I think 1-2 miles is about right. (Don't quote me on that either!).

(Formerly: "Best Explosion Ever!! Underground Nuclear Explosion! Amazing Upheaval!")

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