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One of the |enromous H-Bomb test blasts on Christmas Island in the 1950s
I told him the advantages and disadvantages of our different aircraft and said that it might also be feasible to use the Q-5 to drop the H-bomb.
And, in an intergalatic homage to Kubrick's Dr Strangelove, where Slim Pickens rodeo rides a falling H-Bomb, Dark Star's hippydippy Lt Doolittle surfs in to the horizon debris from his exploded ship.
Theoretically, a single pound of antimatter would contain more destructive power than the largest H-bomb.
That's when the H-Bomb, as he is fondly called, decided to mend his gastronomical ways and set his sights on qualifying for the Delhi CWG in an attempt to set the pool ablaze once again.
1957: Britain drops its first H-bomb After just two years of development, Britain tests its first hydrogen bomb over Christmas Island, as the arms race begins to escalate.
In a short space of time an H-bomb was built and tested; the 'V' force, made up of hundreds of jet bombers, came into service.
THE funeral has taken place of a Nuneaton-born pilot who took part in the H-bomb tests more than 50 years ago.
The US moved the previously obscure chemical element to centre stage in the 1950s when its lithium-hungry H-bomb programme kickstarted world production.
According to The Guardian, other shortlisted titles included Sarah Hall for The Carhullan Army, Matthew de Albuitia for The Red Men, Stephen Baxter with The H-Bomb Girl, Stephen Hall for The Raw Shark Texts, and Ken MacLeod with The Execution Channel.