Can humanity create a bomb to wipe out all life on earth?

Discussion in 'Science and Technology' started by analoverxxx, Oct 9, 2013.

  1. analoverxxx

    analoverxxx Banned

    Do we posses technology to create F example Thermonuclear bomb

    which ranges from 500 Megaton - 1Gigaton +

    P.S. Tsar Bomb droped 1961 had strength of 50 megatons(100 megaton max) and could cause 3rd degree burns over 100 km from blast and completely obliterate anything in 15 mile radius.

    I cant even imagine what are we capable after 50+ years.
  2. Tyrsonswood

    Tyrsonswood Senior Moment

    It's probably already been made and there's probably more than one of them... (just in case we miss)
  3. newbie-one

    newbie-one one with the newbiverse

    At the peak of the cold war, I think the US and USSR each had enough nukes to destroy everything on the face of the earth 30 times over.

    No need to develop more or bigger bombs than that.

    There was even this nutty idea back in the 80's called "Dense Pack".

    The idea was to put all of the US's nukes into one site. That way, if we got hit by a first strike, it would blow the earth out of its orbit and into the sun.

    We were fortunately spared of this idea.
  4. Ice_Cool

    Ice_Cool Member

    We do already have such power. Not necessary in one single bomb, but with the combination of the nuke heads and other mass destruction weapons can indeed make humans almost vanish. Dont be surprised if it happnes for real in few decades from now.

    Many politicians and religious people (Jwes, Christians and Muslims) said that the WW3 is already beating its drums (on the leverage to occur).

    Furthermore, many Hollywood movies, video games and other animation cartoons do constantly have stories about such an era which is indeed hinting for something like that to occur in future. Propably it is the WW3. God Bless.

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