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Extreme Toroidal Vortices
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Extreme Toroidal Vortices
While you may have never heard of a toroidal vortices, you are most assuredly familiar with one example - the smoke ring. Watch stunning rings be produced by dolphins, humpback whales, volcanoes, and even hydrogen bombs.


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Posted by Tibor on September 29, 2011
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Posted by Tibor on September 29, 2011 at 5:04 pm
After the detonation of the 50 megaton bomb, the Tsar, the world collectively agreed never to detonate nuclear bombs on earth, underwater or in space again. The Tsar was supposed to be a 100 megaton bomb but was downgraded to 50 megaton! The detonation of the Tsar occurred Oct 30, 1961. This was the largest nuclear device ever detonated on earth.
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