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Fwd: nuclear "blast"

Hi gang

I sent a private message to derek, but in brief I'll add a couple lines here.
 The difference between explosions and what we might be talking about is
semantic. If anything builds up a pressure at a high rate then there is an
explosion. What probably didn't happen is that there was a very large nuclear
explosion.  The stuff did become super critical and meltdown did occur over
and over but I don't think there was enough containment to allow the stuff to
stay together long enough to really get things going. But explode it did over
and over. hope this helps

paul sparks

Forwarded message:
Subj:    Re: nuclear "blast"
Date:    95-07-31 22:36:08 EDT
>From:    VanKathy
To:      dinosaur@lepomis.psych.upenn.edu

In a message dated 95-07-31 20:43:32 EDT, PWSPARKS@aol.com writes:

>Sorry to say that semantics aside the stuff was super critical and
>that is
>not just a reaction. It was a heavy meltdown of a very large area (wrt
>nuclear reactors). Explosive is was.

I readily bow to your expertise.  I do not recall any info on any such
natural events -- I recall basicly the same info Stan Friesen posted --  and
it is still hard for me to imagine anything more.  Would you please post more

Thank You, Sir,

Van Smith