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    If outer space is a near vacaum . how could a nuclear bomb divert a astroid from hitting the earth, if there is no shock wave to divert it away from us.

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    Even with today's technology, if an asteroid is destined to hit earth, it will.

    Not 

    ROMOS

    Apologies, it was a Mal site.

    It would need to detonate inside the Asteroid.


     

    you could not divert a asteroid by a remote detonation , the bomb would have to hit the asteroid and explode on impact. providing it was a side impact this would then divert the object.


    the whole issue is subjective as we have neither the time to prepare a carrier the bomb/carrier or the expertise at this time


     

    matheneyg

    something to ponder eh!


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