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#43
Quote by Zaphikh
The fucking moon, assholes.


Shoot. The. Moon.


Yeah! That'd wipe the smile off his shit-eating face
Have a Christmas
#44
Disneyland


Gozd in gora poj,
silen ženimo hrup,
uboga gmajna, le vpup, le vkup,
le vkup, le vkup z menoj,
staro pravdo v mrak tulimo,
da se pretulimo skozi to zimo
#45
Actually, i change my vote to anime. I want to nuke anime.


Gozd in gora poj,
silen ženimo hrup,
uboga gmajna, le vpup, le vkup,
le vkup, le vkup z menoj,
staro pravdo v mrak tulimo,
da se pretulimo skozi to zimo
#46
Quote by Zaphikh
The fucking moon, assholes.


Shoot. The. Moon.


Touch the moon and I'll kick the shit out of you
#47
Quote by Zaphikh
The fucking moon, assholes.

Shoot. The. Moon.

Am I the only one that gets this reference?

Last edited by CodeMonk at Sep 21, 2017,
#48
I'd track down whoever was planning to have the largest New Year's Eve fireworks display, let them have their grand finale, and then one up them on site.  
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#50
Quote by JamSessionFreak
Actually, i change my vote to anime. I want to nuke anime.

In that case I would like to nuke cancer. Will do it by bombing the hospital with the largest amount of cancer patients.

I'm sure I will kill more cancer than I will create.
#51
Quote by MH400
...you can drop it anywhere on earth.

Where do you drop it? Why?

inb4 OP / OP's house / OP's family

The Hadj
#52
Quote by Bhatch
The Hadj
classy
will someone carry me across ten thousand miles under the silence
#55
I would employ a Boeing LGM-30 "Minuteman III" ICBM as my delivery vehicle. Even though an adapter would be needed to take the shape of the Peacekeeper's payload bay, I would fit the LGM-30 with 12 airburst W76 Nuclear warheads/mk-4 reentry vehicles (even though the Strategic Offensive Reductions Treaty restricts the amount to 8 warheads, I will use their full capacity- in a moment you will see why). These warheads have a capacity of 100kt. Instead of targeting with precision, I aim to employ the scare factor for my master plan (of course, I will select a target- that target will be the Kamchatkan city of Khabarovsk, RUS). My plan is as follows:

The LGM-30, with full payload, will be lobbed over the Pacific Ocean at a high arc, ending at Khabarovsk. The target city isn't really important in this case, what is important is the surrounding territory, hear me out. The first country to detect the missile will be Japan, as the plume of the second thruster stage is detected over the horizon by ground stations across the region. However, the news is irrelevant, because something much more important is about to happen: the first detection of the missile by the Russian Federation and the People's Democratic Republic of China. At this point, the missile will split its fairing and deploy its full payload, spread-eagled across Kamchatka and Northern China. Just think of it: the Russians and Chinese, seeing a nuclear missile with an illegal payload, heading from AMERICA AND CANADA...
Alarms sound in multiple stations, and a call is sent to Moscow. Without hesitation, Vladimir Putin gives the all-clear for retaliation, and within a few minutes the U.S. finds hundreds of Russian missiles headed at all of its major cities. Confused and shitting his pants, Trump gives the clear, all civilian radio is interrupted with an alert, and the administration moves underground. By this time, Khabarovsk is vaporised, probably along with my dad's aunt, but, you know, it's worth it. The first cities to be destroyed (other than Khabarovsk) are most likely to be Honolulu, L.A., San Francisco, Moscow, St-Petersburg, and most of Europe. So within twenty minutes of my launch, the whole Eastern and Western Seaboard lights up in blinding light. Within seconds, more than one billion people are vaporised, and 600mph winds raze metropolitan areas to the ground. This exchange, be it World War III or whatever you want to call it, lasts for a few hours. By the end, the whole northern hemisphere, and Oceania, Asia, North Africa, are inhospitable to all forms of biological life. The resulting nuclear winter slowly blots out most animal and plant life in the south, and after years, only a few million people remain on this planet, the pathetic remains of a sea of billions of corpses. Nuclear winter slowly ends, and life on earth is in chaos, whole species vanishing within days. By the end, humans may surely find a way, but chances are that they will die out. While this happens, the history of the West- all our takeovers, the foundation of the Americas, Trump, Putin, etc, will be forgotten permanently.

By this time, I eat my last handful of popcorn, and wonder why they don't make these bags a bit larger.
Last edited by ToonoobtoGibson at Sep 28, 2017,
#56
Mecca, with Texas running a very close second. 
Last edited by TobusRex at Sep 29, 2017,
#57
Japan. Tentacle porn is proof enough that America should've finished the job.
RIP Matt Lauer


Because i'd rather pretend you're dead than acknowledge your existence.
#59
Quote by ToonoobtoGibson
I would employ a Boeing LGM-30 "Minuteman III" ICBM as my delivery vehicle. Even though an adapter would be needed to take the shape of the Peacekeeper's payload bay, I would fit the LGM-30 with 12 airburst W76 Nuclear warheads/mk-4 reentry vehicles (even though the Strategic Offensive Reductions Treaty restricts the amount to 8 warheads, I will use their full capacity- in a moment you will see why). These warheads have a capacity of 100kt. Instead of targeting with precision, I aim to employ the scare factor for my master plan (of course, I will select a target- that target will be the Kamchatkan city of Khabarovsk, RUS). My plan is as follows:

The LGM-30, with full payload, will be lobbed over the Pacific Ocean at a high arc, ending at Khabarovsk. The target city isn't really important in this case, what is important is the surrounding territory, hear me out. The first country to detect the missile will be Japan, as the plume of the second thruster stage is detected over the horizon by ground stations across the region. However, the news is irrelevant, because something much more important is about to happen: the first detection of the missile by the Russian Federation and the People's Democratic Republic of China. At this point, the missile will split its fairing and deploy its full payload, spread-eagled across Kamchatka and Northern China. Just think of it: the Russians and Chinese, seeing a nuclear missile with an illegal payload, heading from AMERICA AND CANADA...
Alarms sound in multiple stations, and a call is sent to Moscow. Without hesitation, Vladimir Putin gives the all-clear for retaliation, and within a few minutes the U.S. finds hundreds of Russian missiles headed at all of its major cities. Confused and shitting his pants, Trump gives the clear, all civilian radio is interrupted with an alert, and the administration moves underground. By this time, Khabarovsk is vaporised, probably along with my dad's aunt, but, you know, it's worth it. The first cities to be destroyed (other than Khabarovsk) are most likely to be Honolulu, L.A., San Francisco, Moscow, St-Petersburg, and most of Europe. So within twenty minutes of my launch, the whole Eastern and Western Seaboard lights up in blinding light. Within seconds, more than one billion people are vaporised, and 600mph winds raze metropolitan areas to the ground. This exchange, be it World War III or whatever you want to call it, lasts for a few hours. By the end, the whole northern hemisphere, and Oceania, Asia, North Africa, are inhospitable to all forms of biological life. The resulting nuclear winter slowly blots out most animal and plant life in the south, and after years, only a few million people remain on this planet, the pathetic remains of a sea of billions of corpses. Nuclear winter slowly ends, and life on earth is in chaos, whole species vanishing within days. By the end, humans may surely find a way, but chances are that they will die out. While this happens, the history of the West- all our takeovers, the foundation of the Americas, Trump, Putin, etc, will be forgotten permanently.

By this time, I eat my last handful of popcorn, and wonder why they don't make these bags a bit larger.

Although now that I think of it, I can fly the missile over South America, or get it to orbit over Africa. That way we can get more southern countries involved and kill even more people. You see? Critical thinking is a skill!
#60
If I could drop a nuke anywhere on the planet, I'd dig a hole until there was only enough crust to keep the magma from erupting and then drop it down that, if all goes according to planet I'll have efficiently destroyed the entire Earth and can reincarnate somewhere else in the universe
Well, I think I'll go turn myself off an' go on down
All the way down...
Really ain't no use in me hanging around
You know what I'm trying to say
Music, sweet music
I wish I could caress, and-a kiss
Manic Depression is a fustrating mess
#61
You don't want to "drop it" anywhere it will disable the grid to the point that multiple nuclear powerplants lose cooling because there is no place you can hide on earth if a few "go up".

By going up, I mean chernobyl style by ejecting core material into the atmosphere.
Last edited by HowlerMonkey at Oct 1, 2017,
#62
Quote by HowlerMonkey
You don't want to "drop it" anywhere it will disable the grid to the point that multiple nuclear powerplants lose cooling because there is no place you can hide on earth if a few "go up".

By going up, I mean chernobyl style by ejecting core material into the atmosphere.


Modern nuclear plants won't do that. Gen 4 power plants have the nuclear reaction taking place over a massive sand pit, so if the control rods fail and the reaction spirals out of control it melts down into a pit of sand, not into a water tank like Chernobyl
#63
honestly it does not matter where its dropped because it will start a nuclear war any way. so I would drop it on the biggest gathering of Isis people I can find. No more Isis and the world still ends in less than 3 hours. all around great day for humanity.
#64
Quote by jazar94
if all goes according to planet
hee hee
will someone carry me across ten thousand miles under the silence
#65
Quote by Bladez22
Modern nuclear plants won't do that. Gen 4 power plants have the nuclear reaction taking place over a massive sand pit, so if the control rods fail and the reaction spirals out of control it melts down into a pit of sand, not into a water tank like Chernobyl

Chernobyl didn't "melt down" into a water tank.

The suppression ponds were drained before the corium reached them.

It exploded and ejected tons of core material into the atmosphere.

The Gen 4 powerplants have a "convective loop" that should be able to deal with the heat from a recently scrammed reactor but are not designed to have to deal with the inability to insert the control rods.

Luckily, they don't have a positive void coefficient like the RBMK reactors in chernobyl so they won't run away and climb in reactivity when the coolant is boiled or boiled off but Generation IV reactors are far from disaster proof.

A "meltdown" is not simply a gentle slagging of liquified fuel  that dilutes itself with whatever it melts along the way as it oozes downward.

It depends on what sequence unfolds and can vary greatly.

There is always the possibility that the fuel ends up concentrated rather than dispersed and diluted.

If that happens, things get explosive.
Last edited by HowlerMonkey at Oct 3, 2017,
#67
You have one Nike

Quote by Pastafarian96
I an evety characyer in this story
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