Tuesday, October 12, 2010

sciencing some more- nuclear experiments pt. 2

I hope you all have your reactors what we constructed few days ago nicely up and running, so that we can craft a nice nuclear warhead.
It's a fun weekend project for the whole family!



Fireworks, anyone?

What you need is:

Plenty of Plutonium-239. If your reactor has not produced enough yet, go check the other sources. Plutonium can be found in former soviet countries, where it is more common than food, trust me. Or buy from Iranis. They have some. You'll need about 20 pounds of it.
Play-doh
Metal bucket with a lid. Old paintbuckets do the trick.
100 pounds of TNT, Semtex or Gelinite. You should have some in your basement. If not, steal from the army- its bought with your money anyway.
A triggering system. Ask your local terrorist organization for more tips!
Tin foil
Ducttape




Lets get the party started

Basically, you need to craft two hemispheres out of plutonium. Safety gloves are optional, when working with it. Dont let your children or pets eat it! This can be a messy job, so i suggest you dont do it in the living room!
When the hemispheres are ready, place them 2-4 centimetres apart and wrap the explosives around them. You can use play-doh to secure the hemispheres in place.
Install the blasting cap and then wrap some more play-doh and lots of tin foil around the assembly. Secure the whole thing with plenty of ducttape. Then place the nuclear device in the bucket, drag out the wire(s) of the triggering system and install control panel if neccesary. Secure the lid. Decorate the bucket with stickers. (optional)
You now have a live nuclear device! Keep this out of the reach of children and various goverment agencies.
This will make an excellent conversation starter and party accesory!
Store in a dry, dark place, use as neccesary.



Okay, back to earth for a second- nuclear devices are bad. This article was written just to show you the basic principles how a nuclear bomb is made. You shouldn't attempt to start a WW3 in your home.

Come back tomorrow!
I will tell you what fun reactions, most of them explosive, you can do with some extremely common ingredients!

38 comments:

  1. Wow, sounds like a world class bad idea, haha.

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  2. Oh my Kaboom!
    Awesome, wanna try it.

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  3. *knock knock*

    whose there?

    *BAM BAM BAM*

    ....

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  4. local terrorist organization - lol...
    Homeland's gonna get you bro! just for joking about it lol

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  5. i just love to look at nuclear explosions

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  6. Thanks dude!
    really informative post

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  7. Jesus.. where do you come up with these ideas?

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  8. Great info. I am sure that this is for educational purposes only and that no one will use it for their own purposes.

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  9. haha, just wainting for someone to try this

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  10. if i can get a bunch of plutonium, i'm pretty sure that i won't be doing this in my basement. i'd just buy a fancy lab with lots of equipment. lol

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  11. Yeah, its really tough to get the radioactive compounds though. I would suggest making lots of money first so you can build a refinery!

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  12. perfect use of the fallout guy. awesome.

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  13. I see what's really going on here lol.

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  14. this is dangerous do not try it at home

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  15. Well.. i got alot of free time, so I might as well try this. Might be fun :P

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  16. Working on it now will send in updates

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