How many Hydrogen bombs would it take to destroy the moon?
Assuming you would want to do such a stupid thing, estimates
have placed the value at around 30 trillion megatons.
The largest nuclear bomb, so far, is the Tsar Bomba at around 50 megatons.
The Tsar Bomba is about 10 times the amount of explosives used during the second world war.
So if you saved up, and could actually buy enough, then you would need around 600,000,000,000 or 600 billion.
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It is difficult to answer how many nuclear bombs it would take to destroy England due to the fact that there are a variety of different nukes. It would most likely take around a couple of dozen. Read More
If by destroy you mean blow it up, more than we can get. Read More
"Millions of hydrogen bombs" Read More
Assuming you like Dorathy from the wizard of ozzie i would say u would need about 10000000000000000002 10 megaton bombs Read More
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Earth has a gravitational binding energy of about 2.5* 10^32 Joules. This is the absolute minimum amount of energy needed to destroy the planet. While the Hiroshima bomb release about 6.7*10^13 Joules. So it would take at least 3.7*10^18 or about 3.7 quintillion Hiroshima bombs to completely destroy the planet. Read More
What size of Hydrogen Bomb? How many megatons? the biggest size of hydrogen bomb can done ........... Read More
Bombs dropped in many places around Crewe, but mainly the Luftwaffe were trying to destroy the huge railroad yards. Read More
Because guns were sorta inefficient when it came to destroying buildings. And when you have to destroy many buildings at once, bullet guns really aren't effective at all next to bombs. Read More
This cannot be determined without knowing a lot more variables, including: yield per bomb, burst height/depth, "dirtiness" of the bombs (amount and type of fallout), weather. It has been calculated that about 4 to 6 atomic bombs of about 3 to 10 megaton yield detonated high in the ionosphere at certain critical spots over the US at the same time would produce an EMP that would produce a surge in the power grid and also… Read More
depends on too many variables to say. the main variable is the yields of the bombs used. Read More
I don't think that this question should ever be answered in great detail, since so crazy person out there is probably going to then blast this world to smithereens. I'm sure the amount of nuclear bombs could be calculated, but then, who on earth would want to know that? We'll all be dead and that is that. Thankyou. Read More
Count the number of cities and military bases in the US and assign from 1 to 12 bombs to each of these targets, depending on size. This will give a reasonable estimate. Assume bombs in the 300 KTon to 1 MTon yield range, as they do the most damage per dollar expended. Read More
Cannot say without knowing much more information. To begin with hydrogen bombs have been built with yields from about 50 kilotons to 50 megatons and can be built much larger. It also depends on the height or depth of the burst and distance from a population center. Read More
To answer your question on how many hydrogen atoms are there in caffeine, the scientific answer would be 10 atoms of hydrogen. Read More
To say how many nuclear bombs it would take to blow up the sun is almost impossible. Actually the sun is a continuously exploding thermonuclear bomb, that's where the energy comes from - fusion. It doesn't matter how many bombs you shot into the sun, it would just get hotter. Read More
As both atomic bombs and supernovas vary in yield, this question has no single answer. Read More
I saw this question before and I hope you mean atom bombs not just atoms. Atoms are in everything in the entire world. Atom Bombs are controversial. Someone from my generation would say there should be no atom bombs, particularly the powerful atom bombs in existence now. Others way we must have them for defense. The problem is there is a cat and mouse game that goes on. One country says I have these bombs… Read More
He invented geodesic aircraft frame construction and also many bombs incuding the famous 'bouncing bombs' used on the Dambusters raid to demolish 3 German dams. He also invented the 'Grand Slam' 10 ton deep penetration bombs used to destroy Nazi Submarine pens. Read More
No, this is not a possibility. Read More
How many megatons are neened to destroy the planet earth And I mean destroy the whole planet not just human population Break in half into pieces get rid of atmosphere change planets orbit ect?
It adds up to be around 1 septillion megatons worth of nuclear weapons considering if all of the bombs detonated on the ground but if the bombs detonated in air then it's incalculable considering the bombs don't do half as much damage in air. By the way 1 septillion is "1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000". Read More
Don't you think that US almost Destroy the Earth with two atomic bomb just because Japan had no regard for its own citizen's lives or To put an immediate end to the war?
It was to put an end to the war. Clearly the bombs did not destroy the earth, or even come close. Whether you agree with the use of the bombs or not, their use almost surely reduced the total number of casualties. Had MacArthur engaged in a ground war in Japan, the fighting would have continued for a very long time, and at the cost of many, many lives. There is still (as there should… Read More
No one really knows for sure because some of the countries and even the US do not give accurate statistics on how many nuclear weapons we have in our stockpile. My guess would be over 10,000 throughout the world. Enough to destroy mankind in a few hours. Read More
14 hydrogen atoms. Read More
The attached link has information about the Soviet atomic bomb program. Anyone want to offer up info on other countries? Read More
The purposes of atomic bombs are now to ensure mutually assured destruction. So many countries have atomic bombs now that if they were to launch one they would be destroyed by someone else. Read More
The number would be classified and not in the public domain. Read More
Well, it didn't actually destroy Europe, but it certainly destroyed many people, many buildings... through physical destruction (bombs, etc), and contributed to the destruction of people financially or emotionally when they lost things or their side lost, or they lost loved ones, etc. Read More
It is not actually possible to count the number of bombs used in the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941, but hundreds of Japanese planes were involved, and the number of bombs dropped would have been in the thousands. Read More
The hydrogen bomb was much more powerful than the fission bomb. Sputnik sparked fears of Soviet bombs traveling on rockets. The United States and the Soviet Union both scrambled to make as many bombs as possible. Read More
It would depend on the size of the bomb. Read More
There would be only 1 electron in a hydrogen atom because hydrogen only has 1 proton. Read More
It can carry a variety of bombs or missiles on it's pylons. A fairly normal load would be an ALQ jamming pod, 2 Sidewinders, 2 Maverick missiles and up to 8 500 pound bombs. The weapons mix can be changed to many configurations. Read More
To blow up all of it would take thousands of them. Read More
H20, so that would be two hydrogen atoms. Read More
This is variable, depending on many circumstances. Read More
many lives and property would destroy Read More
We should use A bombs because if we didn't, we would have to invade Japan with many troops, which would overall kill more people than dropping the bombs. Read More
it was 10 bombs Read More