Is it possible that a bomb could destroy all human life on the planet?
Yes, nuclear bombs can destroy most if not all human, animal, and plant life, and contaminate water supplies.
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Humans require access to the following things: a food supply, liquid water, and an atmosphere of sufficient density containing oxygen to breathe. And we can function in continuous gravity up to about twice that of Earth's. As such, we could theoretically colonize the Moon and Mars within the next few centuries. Obviously, on the Moon we would have to bring or manufacture our air and water; on both bodies, we would have to live inside of pressurized structures. Given our current technological limitations, Mercury is too hot; Venus is too hot and dense; Jupiter would be a radiation nightmare such that even its moons wouldn't be safe; and Saturn, its moons, and planets further out would be too cold to be practical. Granted, other habitable bodies may be discovered orbiting other stars someday; given the sheer number of stars out there, it's highly likely that there will be at least one other suitable planet orbiting its star in what astronomers call the 'Goldilock zone' (because it's 'just right' for us).
There is a total of 4 games in the series, Destroy allHumans 1 and Destroy all Humans 2 plusthe two side games Destroy All Humans! Big WillyUnleashed and Destroy All Humans! Path of theFuron .
No. It is impossible for anything to survive on Neptune for the following reasons: . Neptune is freezing. Too freezing to support life . There is very little sunlight, which means plants can't grow. No plants means no breathable air or food . Neptune is a gas giant. Meaning it has no solid surface. If anything stands on Neptune, it will sink into the planet and be incinerated by the molten ammonia core . Neptune is very stormy. Life would be blown off into space . The gasses on Neptune are considered poisonous to life
Unless humans can survive -360.4 degrees F and 1,305 mph wind, human life is not possible on Neptune.
Destroy All Humans!: Zap-O-matic Disentigrator ray Ion Detonator Anal Probe Destroy All Humans! 2: Disentigrator Ray Discolator Zap-Omatic Ion Detonator Anal Probe Meteor Strike Gastro Pod Burrow Beast Destroy All Humans! Big Willy Unleashed: Zap-Omatic Disentigrator ray Ion Detonator Anal Probe Zombie Gun Ball Lightning !BONUS!:Shrink Ray Destroy All Humans! Path of the Furon: Zap-Omatic Disentigrator ray Ion Detonator Anal Probe Disclocator Superballer Venus Human Trap Black Hole Gun for saucer: death ray sonic boom quantom deconstructor DAH 2 new saucer weapon anti-gravity field big will unleashed new saucer weapon electro-cone path of the furon new saucer weapons tornadotron plasma canons seeker drones big willy has 3 weapons regurgitator = puking heat beam = laser eyes windbreaker = atomic farts
the last weapon you ned is going to be in Santa Modesta, Pox will give it to you
There is no question that the sun will expand and destroy at least the inner planets. How large it will actually get and how many of the other planets it will actually "destroy" is still being kicked around. Certainly the earth - or at least its orbit (because the earth will be burned to nothing by then) - will be engulfed by our expanding and aging sun, but that's billions of years from now.
Only if the planet had almost te same atmospre, ecosystem, and crust. It's not very likely.
Well, Earth (of course), Mars.. still trying to figure that out, & of course our moon can't, (or any other moons but one is slightly possible but only for a few days) our galaxy of course the Milky Way... & idk wat else!! :P
The truth is, humans are not intelligent, as "scientists" say, but are very basic (stupid) I have found only two that are less basic.
Theirs no Destroy All Humans! on Gamecube. Only on PS2 and Xbox(Destroy All Humans! and Destroy All Humans! 2), on Wii is Destroy All Humans! Big Willy Unleashed, and for the last series is Destroy All Humans! Path of the Furon on PS3 and Xbox 360 at Europe, but at USA only on Xbox 360.
amo-a-pleatny :left circle r2 right r1 squar. aware like a fox right square r2 r1 right r2
That depends on many variables, including: . yield . burst height/depth . burst slant range . weather . terrain . if burst is subsurface, the material around burst (dirt, water, rock, concrete, etc.) . construction of buildings in the area . population in the area . etc. etc. etc. The Tsar Bomba which had a yield of 50Mtons had a blast radius of 60 miles. Small tactical weapons with yields in the range of 0.1KTon have blast radii under a mile. Blast radius is defined as the distance experiencing 1 psi maximum overpressure. All homes of conventional construction in this area will be demolished and unusable, but industrial buildings outside the 5 psi radius may still be serviceable though damaged.
There are four that I know of. Destroy All Humans and Destroy All Humans 2, one on the Wii called Big Willy Unleashed, and the last one, Path of the Furon.
Without any one or more of the following items, life on Earth would shrivel and disappear:. -- atmosphere containing free oxygen. -- ozone layer in the atmosphere. -- liquid water. -- temperature which:. > is near the triple point of water. > is amenable to the molecular chemistry of life. ==> remains within a relatively narrow range over a large portion of the planet's surface
Planets closer to the Sun than Earth are too hot to support life and planets further out are too cold. Some planets can not bear life because they are too close or too far form their mother star or stars. Some of them are too gaseous, others are too hot or too cold, and others do not have atmosphere or lack water or nutrients nutrients to grow living beings in them. Life, as we know it, can exist only in planets with the proper conditions for it.
Humans do not have the tecnology to move and survive on any planet at this time. However in the coming future we may be able to go to Mars. sorry no we cannot go to mars it is close to the sun we might live or god will give us a planet where we could live like earth.
You destroy a 50 ft tall robot version with his brain built in the robot whitch was made by the majestic. If you want to know who told them to build it just go on Wikipedia.org
Isaac Asimov wrote that, in a decent-sized galaxy such as ours,odds indicate there would be a million planets with intelligentlife equal or greater than Earth's.
probably not cause the last few games came out two yrs apart from each other dah 1 came out in 2005 on June 21 dah 2 came out october 16 2006 the second one came out in 2008 on November 26. Its been 3 yrs science the last one so maybe
because of the gravity of the earth sampak to the moon lapus to the sun and go back to the earth
"all"? Here are some: Eat right and exercise regularly. Provide for yourself through honest labor. Read and continue to educate yourself. Attend services at a church or social outreach center. Take a mate and raise a family. Do not do anything to others that you wouldn't want to be done to you.
Yes, but not much. The a word is used a few times and I think that is about it. Most of the bad language is a LOT of sexual talk, mostly Pox (your leader) talking about his big willy. (double on tondras)
A single bomb could not really destroy the planet, unless it was imedded deep within the core of the earth but it would have to be so much more massive than anything we've ever come close to creating. A bomb (much smaller then the earth destroying one, but still on the magniture of millions of times more powerful then what was dropped on Japan) could kick up enough debris into the atmosphere to block out the sun for many years, leading to the death of most planets, and so most animals. This would result is the destruction of most life on earth, but not the end of the planet itself.
For humans to live on Venus would require floating cities or massive bunkers. Almost all water and oxygen would have to be brought there, as very little exists in usable forms. Theories to terraform Venus would require energy sources, materials, or technologies beyond those available in the foreseeable future. Earth-like, carbon-based lifeforms could not exist on the surface, and likely never did.
Nobody has a bomb big enough to destroy the earth. The problem is, if one person detonates a nuke, there will be retaliation by other countries. This will lead to nuclear war, and ultimately the extinction of the human race and most other species of animals.
The planet is rock. You life cannot exist inside rock (to be sure in the cracks and fissures of rocks on Earth there is some life... but, see below). Life probably does not exist on Mercury because of the lack of atmosphere and the proximity to the Sun makes for extremes of temperature that no known life form could withstand.
Yes robots will eventually destroy human life because in 2038 it will be them making the decision to choose what to do they can harm us or love us
No. I personally feel very strongly that the only planet that can support the HUMAN life is the Earth.Other planets may support other types of life but not the HUMAN life. By science, there's no evidence that any of them can support it. more importantly , when reading many verses of the holy Quran I could feel of the uniqueness of the Earth as the suitable environment for the life of the mankind. *("He Who has, made for you the earth like a carpet spread out; has enabled you to go about therein by roads (and channels); and has sent down water from the sky." With it have We produced diverse pairs of plants each separate from the others. 54. Eat (for yourselves) and pasture your cattle: verily, in this are Signs for men endued with understanding. 55. From the (earth) did We create you, and into it shall We return you, and from it shall We bring you out once again ) Holy Quran,(20:52-55) *About Adam & Eve, Allah says: (They said: "Our Lord! We have wronged our own souls: If thou forgive us not and bestow not upon us Thy Mercy, we shall certainly be lost." 24. ((Allah)) said: "Get ye down. With enmity between yourselves. On earth will be your dwelling-place and your means of livelihood,- for a time." 25. He said: "Therein shall ye live, and therein shall ye die; but from it shall ye be taken out (at last)") Holy Quran,(7:23-25) *('See ye not how Allah has created the seven heavens one above another, 16. "'And made the moon a light in their midst, and made the sun as a (Glorious) Lamp? 1 7. "'And Allah has produced you from the earth growing (gradually), 18. "'And in the End He will return you into the (earth), and raise you forth (again at the Resurrection)? 19. "'And Allah has made the earth for you as a carpet (spread out), 20. "'That ye may go about therein, in spacious roads.'" ) Holy Quran,(71:15-20) - I think the speciality of the Earth as a homeland to the mankind can be felt very strongly when observing the verses above that obviously express the strong relationship between the humanity & the Earth. - Even in the Arabic language,when a preposition comes at the beginning of the sentence it mostly indicates or assures some kind of speciality, that's found in the previous verses, like for example: (ON Earth will be your dwelling-place....) - Another thing, there's a verse in the holy Quran that says in Arabic: (Ø§ÙØÙ Ø¯ ÙÙÙ Ø±Ø¨ Ø§ÙØ¹Ø§ÙÙ ÙÙ) ÙSometimes, it's translated as : ( All praise is for Allah, the Lord of all Creation) & other times, it's translated as : ( All praise is for Allah, the Lord of all Worlds) Holy Quran,(1:2) - Yes, Allah is the Only Lord of all Creations, & of all worlds, the world of humans, the world of animals, the world of plants.etc. So, it doesn't necessarily mean or indicate that there must be another human world outside the Earth. - I think that searching for the HUMAN life resources on other planets is nothing but a waste of both time & money. I strongly tend to believe that it's only the Earth that can support the human life. Allah knows best.. "Believe"? "Could"? Perhaps; with hundreds of billions of stars in this galaxy, and hundreds of billions of galaxies beyond our own, is it "possible"? Yes. Likely? Not so much. However, Sir Fred Hoyle (the the British astronomer who invented the term "big bang") also came up with the idea of "panspermia" - the idea that life did not originally arise here on Earth, but MAY, PERHAPS, have come from elsewhere, via comets or interstellar dust. If so, it's vaguely possible that there may be MANY planets bearing some incredibly distant "cousins" of ours. So far, there is precisely ZERO evidence of this; but we have ventured but a little way into our own solar system and we have NO idea of what might be "out there". ------------------- Sometimes, holy writ can answer questions of a scientific nature even outside the gambit of presently-known science. For instance, via holy Christian writings as well as those gathered into 'The Bible' - writings used by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, for instance, we may be able to learn the following: ... that God has created "worlds without number" ... and "the inhabitants thereof are as numberless as the sands upon the seashore" [Moses 1:28] ... 'and the inhabitants thereof, are begotten sons and daughters unto God', ... "But only an account of this earth, and the inhabitants thereof, give I unto you ... For behold there are many worlds ..." [Moses 1:35]
Absolutely, at least in bacterial form. To learn more on this topic: lifeinouterspace.webs.com Hope I helped!
Is it possible far in the galaxy there could be another planet like planet earth with human life on it?
Yes. However the chances that it will look exactly like human life are slim, but the chances of there being a planet with beings living there of human-level intellect are quite high. This is mainly because the Universe is so very big, and the basic molecules (e.g. amino acids) required for life have been discovered in many galaxies. Life is probably quite abundant. However it is very difficult to check for life on distant planets; mostly because the planets are very far away and don't radiate much light. Most life searches therefore look for life indirectly by checking if a planet is close enough to a star to have liquid water, but not too close so it will evaporate immediately They also look for traces of oxygen in the planet's atmosphere. This is because oxygen on its own will deplete quite quickly without a constant supply because oxygen reacts very efficiently with other chemicals. Therefore any planet having much oxygen has to have some kind of mechanism for producing it; like life. 99.9% of the Earth's oxygen is produced by life.
Because they belong to Lucifer. We call them the "LUCI's." Another answer: Good try, but the real answer is that Homo sapiens sapiens is the most aggressive and cruel predator the Earth has ever seen.
Humans are not destroying the planet or the environment. It is doubtful they would be able to destroy the planet. It is certain they are having an impact on the present environment which is significantly different to destroying it. Environments are changed. They always have been. The reason why environmentalists strive to preserve the current environment is to keep it in equilibrium so humans can live longer.
Yes. There are places on Mars and inside the moons of Jupiter where bacterial life from Earth could survive.
Yes. Anything is possible in this universe, and scientists recently found that one of Saturn's moons Rhea has a thin atmosphere.
They are not destroying the planet though they are having an impact on environmental factors.
The Best answer is mars but the atmosphere is to low to have much oxygen to breath on mars. I could live on any planet where the surface gravity isn't too great ... as long as I could take along with me air to breathe, water to drink, food to eat, shielding from cosmic radiation, a means of maintaining suitable air pressure, and a means of maintaining the temperature around me within a suitable range. In other words, I can live in any place that can be made to resemble the surface of the Earth.
Yes a an asteroid can destroy a planet, although it is veryunlikely. A large enough asteroid, moving in a path which strikesthe planet at right angles, could generate strong enough shockwaves to disrupt the planets core, causing it to break up. What ismore likely is that the impact will alter the planet's orbit, aswell as affecting the environment in detrimental ways.
There are three main methods a nuclear bomb can destroy life. Thesethree methods have major differences that set them apart in termsof the speed and extent of their effects. 1. The explosion The most obvious way a nuclear bomb can kill is by the explosion itcreates. This explosion and the related shockwave releases anincredible amount of energy, killing any life within range almostinstantly, and destroying human infrastructure, potentially killinglarge populations rapidly. Although the initial explosion causessignificant damage to a large area, the next two methods of killingcause even more widespread damage. 2. The radiation The next method of nuclear destruction is the radiation released bythe nuclear bomb. This radiation can kill most living creatures ina matter of days, and the radiation affects a larger area than theinitial explosion. The radiation can persist for years and still bedeadly. In addition, strong pulses of electromagnetic radiationreleased by the nuclear explosion can disable many electricalcircuits, causing widespread blackouts and bringing entirecountries to a standstill. 3. Nuclear Winter Nuclear winter is caused by extreme atmospheric changes following anuclear explosion. During a nuclear winter, dust and debris becomesso thick in the upper atmosphere that light from the sun cannotreach earth's surface. Without sunlight, plant life will slowlybegin to die, causing a collapse in most food chains on the planet.The lack of sunlight would also plunge the planet into an ice age,which would kill off plants and animals who are unable to adapt tothe sudden drop in temperature. This method kills the slowest, buthas the potential to cause a mass extinction of most species on theplanet. It is often an unintended side effect of nuclear weapons,because it affects the entire planet, including the country thatlaunched the attack.
Opinion. In fact, scientist have discovered a planet using the Keplar space telescope and say that it might be able to house life
Not at the moment, because no nation would benefit from such an outcome. Their is no reason why we can't build a hydrogen bomb with that much power, so someday somebody probably will. A hydrogen bomb of that set off on the surface of the earth will have a large chunk of it's energy blasted off into space achieving nothing but altering the orbit of the planet slightly. In order to destroy the world it would need to be set off near the core; for which it will need to be delivered to the core without melting. which is beyond our current engineering.
erupt -.- when it erupts if it gets to you then you die because the lava is really hot!
No, because there is no surface to Jupiter, it is a gaseous planet with nowhere to land a spacecraft. Temperatures and pressure on Jupiter are also very extreme.
No. The atmospheric pressure is to high, and it is far too hot there for humans.
It could since they found proof of water being there, and also the sun is expanding(very slowley). One day soon it might have life.
If it's not available for purchase off Steam or Origin, your own choice is to buy a physical copy off the internet or use torrents, which are illegal. It's recommended you just buy a physical copy, considering Destroy All Humans can be obtained rather cheaply these days.
On the surface of this planet? Yes. In this planet, like inside the molten hot pressurized iron/magma core? Uh no.
If there is no atmosphere then the earth will get very cold, with no greenhouse effect. We will have to live in protective bubbles and generate our own oxygen. With seven billion people on the planet, that's a big ask.
The U.S. has thousands of nuclear weapons. It could probably turn the entire world, to say nothing of North Korea, into a nuclear wasteland if it felt like it.
Surprisingly few ! The 'super powers' have enough nuclear weaponsbetween them - to destroy humanity many times over !