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#22 - but why the different categories for nuclear and radioactive?  [+] (3 replies) 09/12/2016 on Let's Make More Of This 0
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#27 - boarderlinegreat (09/12/2016) [-]
IIRC the correctly, so called thermonuclear weapons, are mostly staged fission (fusion) weapons that generate huge amount heat and kinetic energy as a side effect of the the particles being repelled from the strong force.

Alpha, Beta and Gamma radiation is a by product of this and comes in various properties such as penetration, strength and lifetime.
It cause our the cells DNS to corrupt and damages its repair mechanisms tremendously. That's why most of the radiation victims suffer from cancer.
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#28 - boarderlinegreat (09/12/2016) [-]
My bad: DNA
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#23 - infinitereaper (09/12/2016) [-]
technically there isn't, I mean unless we're talking dirty bomb, look nukes blow up (releasing a ton of energy) and release radiation, but you could always just make a bomb that spreads radioactive material in the atmosphere and hurt people that way, granted not such a grand boom
#19 - what's the difference between toxic weapons and biological? …  [+] (7 replies) 09/12/2016 on Let's Make More Of This 0
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#25 - sandwichreset (09/12/2016) [-]
Or listen to the reaperman, he knows a thing or two about death.
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#24 - sandwichreset (09/12/2016) [-]
It seems so, but isn't, though I understand why you would think so.
Toxic weapons are a pure lab breed, extraordinarily lethal and harmful to all life on the planet, but it doesn't spread through anything but wind and water, there is no living thing in a toxic weapon I should probably have called it a chemical weapon instead, sorry .
The oldest WMD is the biological weapon. The romans, the mongols and the huns all used it, catapulting disease ridden corpses into cities. This is bacteria and virus, living weapons, you'll fin a game franchise by the name of Biohazard that deals with such a weapon ; )
Nuclear weapons are... nuclear weapons, fission and fusion bombs, but they are also radioactive weapons.
The distinction is made when a weapon creates almost no explosion, but instead releases purely radiactive material or particles (dirty bombs for example) that leave an area uninhabitable, or when we are talking about experimental weapons you have neutron bombs.
These bombs are made in such a manner as to leave no one alive within ground zero, releasing a wave of radiation killing everything not hidden beneath layers of concrete and lead, but leaving buildings and infrastructure intact. Ideally the bomb releases radiation that is filtrated out of the area within weeks making warfare inexpensive on a countries rebuilding efforts.
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#21 - infinitereaper (09/12/2016) [-]
toxic weapons are poisons, biological weapons are often referenced with virus (inaccurate) but it's really bacteria, or living weapons, nuclear and radioactive go hand in hand, nuclear means through fission or fusion, radiation is the result, and it literally tears atoms apart, when those atoms break apart they send more radiation that breaks more atoms apart. That's why radiation is so deadly. It's literally dying on an atomic level.
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#22 - sherlockbatman (09/12/2016) [-]
but why the different categories for nuclear and radioactive?
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#27 - boarderlinegreat (09/12/2016) [-]
IIRC the correctly, so called thermonuclear weapons, are mostly staged fission (fusion) weapons that generate huge amount heat and kinetic energy as a side effect of the the particles being repelled from the strong force.

Alpha, Beta and Gamma radiation is a by product of this and comes in various properties such as penetration, strength and lifetime.
It cause our the cells DNS to corrupt and damages its repair mechanisms tremendously. That's why most of the radiation victims suffer from cancer.
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#28 - boarderlinegreat (09/12/2016) [-]
My bad: DNA
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#23 - infinitereaper (09/12/2016) [-]
technically there isn't, I mean unless we're talking dirty bomb, look nukes blow up (releasing a ton of energy) and release radiation, but you could always just make a bomb that spreads radioactive material in the atmosphere and hurt people that way, granted not such a grand boom
#41 - **sherlockbatman used "*roll picture*"** **sherlockbatman r…  [+] (1 reply) 09/12/2016 on Vegan dog bone 0
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#107 - unhappyface (09/13/2016) [-]
i have done several times and when i thought the vet didnt know what they where talking about i took my dog to a different vet they did and gave me the same shit
(in the past 3 years he been taking 7 types of pills)
#40 - **sherlockbatman used "*roll picture*"** **sherlockbatman r…  [+] (3 replies) 09/12/2016 on Vegan dog bone +1
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#55 - brolylssj (09/12/2016) [-]
K9 trainer here dude. Not some random moron. I don't recommend it and I'm not talking about putting lettuce in their bowels, but there are foods that have vegetarian versions that use non-meats as their protein sources. Some dogs just have bad food allergies and it's the simplest solution.
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#56 - brolylssj (09/12/2016) [-]
Also, while Canis Familiaris has a severe carnivorous bias, it's much better to feed them a diet of meat, they have the ability to be omnivorous. Hence why most of their foods have vegetables in them as opposed to getting all of their nutrients from vegetable eating herbivores. Technically they're not pure carnivores, but that's kinda up in the air, I'm not gonna take a firm stand one way or the other.
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#42 - thebestpieever (09/12/2016) [-]
No, dogs need protein. Meat is basically the only reliable provider of protein in the wild. But we don't live in the wild. There's plenty of things dogs can digest that can have protein. You'd have to research it to do it properly, but it's not even remotely impossible.