U.S. Nuclear Submarine Crashes on Ground (8)

1 Name: Sling!myL1/SLing 05/01/09(Sun)01:38 ID:Qi1ZFXtj

"A U.S. nuclear submarine ran aground 350 miles off the Pacific Ocean territory of Guam, injuring about 20 crew members"

2 Name: Sling!myL1/SLing 05/01/09(Sun)19:26 ID:Ko/pmQkR

"there was no damage to the nuclear reactor that powers the submarine nor the ship's weapons systems"

... good.

3 Name: dmpk2k!hinhT6kz2E 05/01/10(Mon)04:36 ID:/oNXgOv9

Of course not. No such thing ever happens. Nope.

4 Name: Sling!myL1/SLing 05/01/10(Mon)06:15 ID:Ko/pmQkR

Are nuclear reactors shock-proof?
The shock here was enough to kill one man.
Someone should go with a Geiger counter at the location of the crash.

5 Name: !WAHa.06x36 05/01/10(Mon)13:16 ID:BBk1eqQv

A radioactive leak at sea would be pretty harmless. Water blocks the radiation effectively, and also dilutes the radioactives to safe levels very quickly.

6 Name: Unverified Source 05/01/10(Mon)14:08 ID:Heaven


Oh no it would be pretty harmless, considering, y'know everyone onboard the sub would DIE from radiation poisoning.

7 Name: !WAHa.06x36 05/01/10(Mon)21:09 ID:/+PXKXxy

Well yeah, being on board would be no fun, that's true. I'm thinking you've gotta be pretty crazy to close yourself in a tin can deep under the sea together with a nuclear reactor, though.

8 Name: dmpk2k!hinhT6kz2E 05/01/10(Mon)23:03 ID:U/4Lko+c

Haha, >>7 wins now and forever for that reply. XD

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