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Topic: A problem in projective geomtry
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Mike Vandeman

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A problem in projective geomtry
Posted: Apr 11, 2009 10:47 AM
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Someone I met has posted pictures of an alleged Chinese neutron bomb test
at:

ftp://ftp.aaone.dlinkddns.com/pub/Pictures%20and%20Videos/China_neutron_bomb_test/

A preliminary analysis given here:

ftp://ftp.aaone.dlinkddns.com/pub/Documents/China%20Test-detonates%20Kiloton%20Neutron%20Bomb.mht

suggest the China neutron bomb was in fact a directed energy weapon.

It may be possible to extract valuable information from the photos. Would
someone please have a go at estimating the solid angle subtended by the
forward projected neutron beam and the angle of deviation from the vertical,
given the accuracy of other estimates given in the preliminary analysis.

Thanks in advance.



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