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    PostPosted: Tue Sep 05, 2017 12:46 am Reply with quote

    In the Fog Of War, a documentary about the life lessons learned by Robert McNamara, is mentioned the design development and detonation of a 100 MT bomb.

    Anyone have any ideas how such a powerful bomb could be held in secret or covertly detonated? Otherwise, we'd refer to this bomb as the largest explosion and not Tsar.

    Transcript from the documentary:
    http://www.errolmorris.com/film/fow_transcript.html
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    During the Kennedy administration, they designed a 100 megaton bomb. It was tested in the atmosphere. I remember this. Cold War? Hell, it was a hot war!
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