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The Formation of a Blast Wave by a very Intense Explosion Part I and Part II Sir Geoffrey Ingram Taylor (* 7 March 1886, † 27 June 1975) Proceedings of the Royal Society A 1950 THE ROYAL SOCIETY 6-9 Carlton House Terrace, London SW1Y 5AG 2 Contents 1 The formation of a blast wave by a very intense explosion I.
In a large bomb the explosion gases have actually more kinetic energy than the fragments.
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A missing reactor 3 proves the hydrogen explosion theory false, because all reactor engineers know that you cannot lose a reactor entirely absent having a massive explosion on the order of a nuclear weapon make it disappear.
The underwater shock waves produced by the explosion stun the fish, rupturing their swim bladders – the organ that controls their buoyancy.
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Diminishing support for Ehrlich A comparison of American opinion of the ideas presented in The Population Bomb and The Population Explosion, with reference to China’s one-child policy and India’s compulsory sterilisation programme David Hewett PART II P RIMARY S OURCE E SSAY Department of History and Philosophy of Science, University of Cambridge 25th January 2016 Introduction Published in 1968, Paul Ehrlich’s The Population Bomb begins with anecdotal evidence of overpopulation in Delhi, India.1 The author’s use of vivid, visceral language sets the scene for a book with a remarkably alarmist tone, in which he uses the case of India and later China to outline grave fears of mass starvation, and then gives suggestions for how the problem should be addressed.
4.5 Immediate medical advice V 5.1 FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES Special fire/explosion hazard 5.2 5.3 Products of combustion Fire fighting procedures/extinguishing media VI 6.1 6.2 ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES Personal protection :
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