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So, hypothetically, is it possible to blow a nuke 50 kilometers above the Russian soil, without being intercepted by Russia air defenses?

 
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So, hypothetically, is it possible to blow a nuke 50 kilometers above the Russian soil, without being intercepted by Russia air defenses?
A nuke exploding 50 kilometers above the soil.

Just to create the shock wave.

Operation Shock and Awe.



About 50 kilometers above the soil... Can that thing arrive there without being detected and intercepted by Russia air defenses?

And what if it was launched from space, and so it came from above, dropping fast?


Shock and Awe.


Not much destruction, just the Shock and Awe...


Possibly a warning?


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Re: So, hypothetically, is it possible to blow a nuke 50 kilometers above the Russian soil, without being intercepted by Russia air defenses?
Possibly non-nuclear, since no radiation was detected...

Some new kind of weapon?
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Re: So, hypothetically, is it possible to blow a nuke 50 kilometers above the Russian soil, without being intercepted by Russia air defenses?
No fragments of the so called "meteor" were found so far...
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Re: So, hypothetically, is it possible to blow a nuke 50 kilometers above the Russian soil, without being intercepted by Russia air defenses?
Excellent question! It would be the perfect retaliation for those pesky Ruskies who are returning to the gold standard and upsetting the petrodollar.

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Re: So, hypothetically, is it possible to blow a nuke 50 kilometers above the Russian soil, without being intercepted by Russia air defenses?
Probably a non-nuclear weapon, since no radiation was detected...

A new kind of weapon?


Launched from space, and dropping until it reached 50 kilometers above the soil, and then detonated?



The goal was to create a shockwave that could "freak out" Russians, without causing too much damage?


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Re: So, hypothetically, is it possible to blow a nuke 50 kilometers above the Russian soil, without being intercepted by Russia air defenses?
A nuke exploding 50 kilometers above the soil.

Just to create the shock wave.

Operation Shock and Awe.



About 50 kilometers above the soil... Can that thing arrive there without being detected and intercepted by Russia air defenses?

And what if it was launched from space, and so it came from above, dropping fast?


Shock and Awe.


Not much destruction, just the Shock and Awe...


Possibly a warning?


1dunno1
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No.

The meteor was moving at speeds far, far greater than what our ICBMs are capable of today.

And there are no pieces of the meteor (thus far) because a lot of them, if not all, vaporized. If not, the smaller fragments were probably scattered so far and wide by the explosion that they won't ever be found.
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Re: So, hypothetically, is it possible to blow a nuke 50 kilometers above the Russian soil, without being intercepted by Russia air defenses?
Excellent question! It would be the perfect retaliation for those pesky Ruskies who are returning to the gold standard and upsetting the petrodollar.

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Motive:

... it's the gold, baaaabyyyy:

[link to www.godlikeproductions.com]
Thread: Petrogold: Are Russia And China Hoarding Gold Because They Plan To Kill The Petrodollar?

...or stepping on the vatican's toes:

Thread: Vatican Gold Grab - Warning to Russians to not Interfere

... perhaps someone didn't like the Ruskies' scrutiny:

Thread: Russia Says IMF Chief Jailed For Discovering All US Gold Is Gone
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Re: So, hypothetically, is it possible to blow a nuke 50 kilometers above the Russian soil, without being intercepted by Russia air defenses?
Excellent question! It would be the perfect retaliation for those pesky Ruskies who are returning to the gold standard and upsetting the petrodollar.

damned
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Motive:

... it's the gold, baaaabyyyy:

[link to www.godlikeproductions.com]
Thread: Petrogold: Are Russia And China Hoarding Gold Because They Plan To Kill The Petrodollar?

...or stepping on the vatican's toes:

Thread: Vatican Gold Grab - Warning to Russians to not Interfere

... perhaps someone didn't like the Ruskies' scrutiny:

Thread: Russia Says IMF Chief Jailed For Discovering All US Gold Is Gone
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hmm
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Re: So, hypothetically, is it possible to blow a nuke 50 kilometers above the Russian soil, without being intercepted by Russia air defenses?
I'm still waiting for them to recover any fragment of this "meteor"...
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Is Brazil loaded with retards...or is it just the Brazilians that come to GLP?
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Re: So, hypothetically, is it possible to blow a nuke 50 kilometers above the Russian soil, without being intercepted by Russia air defenses?
Why do you think the Russian's quickly claimed to have shot the meteor down??? So the US don't get any ideas that their defense systems aren't up to par.
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Re: So, hypothetically, is it possible to blow a nuke 50 kilometers above the Russian soil, without being intercepted by Russia air defenses?
Let's see...

No fragment of "meteor" recovered...


Hmmmm...

Really sounds like a "warning" to Russia...

Maybe from Israel?
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Re: So, hypothetically, is it possible to blow a nuke 50 kilometers above the Russian soil, without being intercepted by Russia air defenses?
A nuke exploding 50 kilometers above the soil.

Just to create the shock wave.

Operation Shock and Awe.



About 50 kilometers above the soil... Can that thing arrive there without being detected and intercepted by Russia air defenses?

And what if it was launched from space, and so it came from above, dropping fast?


Shock and Awe.


Not much destruction, just the Shock and Awe...


Possibly a warning?


1dunno1
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No.

The meteor was moving at speeds far, far greater than what our ICBMs are capable of today.

And there are no pieces of the meteor (thus far) because a lot of them, if not all, vaporized. If not, the smaller fragments were probably scattered so far and wide by the explosion that they won't ever be found.
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Agreed. Only I saw a vid where they had found plenty of fragments of the Meteor. I'm trying to find it now. Well said!

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Re: So, hypothetically, is it possible to blow a nuke 50 kilometers above the Russian soil, without being intercepted by Russia air defenses?
Is Brazil loaded with retards...or is it just the Brazilians that come to GLP?
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Oh, look, a Forum Moderator wasting time with my "retarded thread"...

Must have hit a nerve...
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Re: So, hypothetically, is it possible to blow a nuke 50 kilometers above the Russian soil, without being intercepted by Russia air defenses?
Your such a retard :D
A nuke isn't as fast as a meteroit..sigh..first use your brain stupid dumbass
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Re: So, hypothetically, is it possible to blow a nuke 50 kilometers above the Russian soil, without being intercepted by Russia air defenses?
Oh look, the shills started to desperately gather in this thread.


I did it again.


I discovered the whole truth just speculating inside my mind.
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Re: So, hypothetically, is it possible to blow a nuke 50 kilometers above the Russian soil, without being intercepted by Russia air defenses?
And now, let's wait to see if any fragment of this "meteor" is recovered....


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Re: So, hypothetically, is it possible to blow a nuke 50 kilometers above the Russian soil, without being intercepted by Russia air defenses?
Well, I hope Putin decide to retaliate...


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Re: So, hypothetically, is it possible to blow a nuke 50 kilometers above the Russian soil, without being intercepted by Russia air defenses?
A nuke exploding 50 kilometers above the soil.

Just to create the shock wave.

Operation Shock and Awe.



About 50 kilometers above the soil... Can that thing arrive there without being detected and intercepted by Russia air defenses?

And what if it was launched from space, and so it came from above, dropping fast?


Shock and Awe.


Not much destruction, just the Shock and Awe...


Possibly a warning?


1dunno1
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No.

The meteor was moving at speeds far, far greater than what our ICBMs are capable of today.

And there are no pieces of the meteor (thus far) because a lot of them, if not all, vaporized. If not, the smaller fragments were probably scattered so far and wide by the explosion that they won't ever be found.
 Quoting: Polynomial


Agreed. Only I saw a vid where they had found plenty of fragments of the Meteor. I'm trying to find it now. Well said!

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good luck with that... and while you're at it have your diaper changed
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Re: So, hypothetically, is it possible to blow a nuke 50 kilometers above the Russian soil, without being intercepted by Russia air defenses?
your idea is valid OP..

indeed reentry didnt look THAT fast in the video.

the opposing asshats are just following bigbeard.
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Re: So, hypothetically, is it possible to blow a nuke 50 kilometers above the Russian soil, without being intercepted by Russia air defenses?
An ICBM would not have been so visible, especially from the front conical perspective. An ICBM also would not have had such a wide arc, they usually come in at a downward angle from way up high to avoid detection. Of course I understand your point is they wanted it to be detected, but still no rocket puts out that kind of brilliance from the front.

Also the brief twin smoke trails would not be common to an ICBM.
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Re: So, hypothetically, is it possible to blow a nuke 50 kilometers above the Russian soil, without being intercepted by Russia air defenses?
If you can send it flying at 20,000 miles per hour, then yes.
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Re: So, hypothetically, is it possible to blow a nuke 50 kilometers above the Russian soil, without being intercepted by Russia air defenses?
A nuke exploding 50 kilometers above the soil.

Just to create the shock wave.

Operation Shock and Awe.



About 50 kilometers above the soil... Can that thing arrive there without being detected and intercepted by Russia air defenses?

And what if it was launched from space, and so it came from above, dropping fast?


Shock and Awe.


Not much destruction, just the Shock and Awe...


Possibly a warning?


1dunno1
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No.

The meteor was moving at speeds far, far greater than what our ICBMs are capable of today.

And there are no pieces of the meteor (thus far) because a lot of them, if not all, vaporized. If not, the smaller fragments were probably scattered so far and wide by the explosion that they won't ever be found.
 Quoting: Polynomial


Agreed. Only I saw a vid where they had found plenty of fragments of the Meteor. I'm trying to find it now. Well said!

Nick®
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good luck with that... and while you're at it have your diaper changed
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[link to rt.com]

3rd paragraph down describes Russian army finding "debris" fields.

Oh, btw AC here's where I tell you to eat a giant dick.

Nick
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Re: So, hypothetically, is it possible to blow a nuke 50 kilometers above the Russian soil, without being intercepted by Russia air defenses?
It was a fuel air bomb launched from the x37b space plane
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Re: So, hypothetically, is it possible to blow a nuke 50 kilometers above the Russian soil, without being intercepted by Russia air defenses?
since when does feather weight black ash float down from a meteor that exploded 30-50 kilometers high
WITHIN 1 minute.


see: 1 min mark



the feather weight ash must have been moving at 0.5km per second which works out to (at 30km up) 1120 miles per hour (against air resistance)... IMPOSSIBLE. unless object lower than stated... and not a meteor, damned

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since when does feather weight black ash float down from a meteor that exploded 30-50 kilometers high
WITHIN 1 minute.


see: 1 min mark



the feather weight ash must have been moving at 0.5km per second which works out to (at 30km up) 1120 miles per hour (against air resistance)... IMPOSSIBLE. unless object lower than stated... and not a meteor, damned

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I saw another video where you see the area brighten up and about 13 seconds later you see the concussion from the blast

that's closer to 2 miles away then 30-50 km
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