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Real Life Doomsday Devices That Could Destroy Humanity (8 pics)

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Doomsday isn't just something you read about in books, it's something that could actually happen. If it does happen, these are the devices most likely to cause it. But for now let's keep our fingers crossed and hope it doesn't happen anytime soon.

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№1 Author: styopa (16 Sep 2014 02:15) Total user comments: 1187


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None of these, except perhaps bioweapons, is actually a "doomsday" weapon. Seriously, what? :13:
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№2 Author: adzhoe (16 Sep 2014 04:15) Total user comments: 15017


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Fill these in with facts and it might be a bit better than lame.
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№3 Author: Someguy (16 Sep 2014 05:42) Total user comments: 0


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styopa The Tsar bomb is a doomsday device, it was never used at your full power (100 megatons), because it was feared that can rip the planet in two
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№4 Author: monkfish1968 (16 Sep 2014 07:57) Total user comments: 480


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just a picture of a man would have done.
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№5 Author: Cotzy (16 Sep 2014 13:23) Total user comments: 442


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9 Justin Bieber
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№6 Author: Slugsie (16 Sep 2014 13:44) Total user comments: 1567


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Most of these can't wipe out humanity. I mean seriously - a Reaper Drone? Come on, it needs a human to operate it for a start, and it can only kill a handful at a time anyway.
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№7 Author: Tomaz86 (16 Sep 2014 15:50) Total user comments: 10832


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What can we do? :15:
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№8 Author: Poojabber (16 Sep 2014 17:36) Total user comments: 0


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Tsar Bomb was 56km high. The Eiffel tower is 324 meters tall. Thats way off the mark my friend.

You would think that someone posting this crap would actually do some research before making shit up. The people reading this do have google by the way.
What kind of dumb ass is writing this stuff?

Doomsday device? Um,,, I dont think any of these devices individually have the potential of destroying the entire human race. Despite what Dr Strangelove and his buddies think.
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№9 Author: Aindy (16 Sep 2014 19:36) Total user comments: 2863


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Someguy,
No, if the bomb was bigger most of it would have ended up in space, and no point in blowing that up.

Also, natural disasters such as volcanoes and meteors can have more destructive power, and dont split the planet. You could use a tsar bomb to activate a volcano, but that wouldnt make it itself a doomsday weapon. (Unless you use thousands worldwide).
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№10 Author: Lu (16 Sep 2014 21:31) Total user comments: 15100


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monkfish rules.
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№11 Author: Phynix4 (17 Sep 2014 00:02) Total user comments: 5461


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#3 true, their accuracy stunk...but we are talking about a nuclear warhead...just how accurate does it have to be? However, the D5 can put all five warheads within ten feet of each other. Another thing, MIRV's don't all dump onto one target, but when separate, have individual re-entry targeting. BTW...if you think the US will have empty, deactivated launch tubes to comply with treaty results...you are only fooling yourself...
Reapers are actually slow and easy to knock down, however the next generation coming are small jets (smaller than say, the F-16 (but not by much) extremely fast and nimble and will be able to carry small yield nuclear devices. How do I know? I only worked in the programs for 22 years...
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