Tue, 7 Nov 2000 20:52:26 -0800
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> Subject: RE: [gundam] Char's funnels and the nukes in CCA
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> >From: Zhou Tai An <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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> >Sent: November 7, 2000 5:08:42 AM GMT
> >Subject: RE: [gundam] Char's funnels and the nukes in CCA
> >Until the uranium inside has actually detonated, I would assume >that
> >missiles and nuclear ones are equally hot or cold...
> >Zhou Tai An (firstname.lastname@example.org)
> Actually, the fact that the uranium, or more probably plutonium, is
> radioactive aka actively radiating energy should mke the nukes hotter than
> the conventional missiles even if the Uranium/Plutonium hasn't even reached
> critical mass.
This assumes that "nuclear" means either a fission or fission-triggered fusion
But Gundam has established the Minovsky-Ionescu compact fusion reactor, a pure
fusion device about the size of a conentional home refrigerator.
If "nuclear" missiles are tipped with pure fusion warheads, they'd have heat
signatures on par with those of large MS/MA or small ships, ne?
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