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THE BIG BOOM THAT NEVER WAS? FROM ONE YEAR AGO.
Thanks to the Planet Today Internet web site.
"Information about the alleged 'underwater nuclear explosion' that occurred in the South China Sea began to spread a couple of days ago."
"Any sane person having read that 'the explosion occurred at a depth of 50 m and its power was 10 to 20 kilotons of TNT,' would immediately conclude that an explosion of such power at such a shallow depth would certainly cause a crushing tsunami wave, but there are no tsunami reports."
ACCIDENTAL ATOMIC DETONATION OF A CHINESE NUCLEAR WEAPON APPARENTLY DID NOT OCCUR. BUT WAS REPORT BY VARIOUS SOCIAL MEDIA OUTLETS AS BEING SO OR AT LEAST A POSSIBLE.
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This was some sort of "pulp fiction" [fiction dealing with lurid or sensational subjects] and FAKE news [false news stories, often of a sensational nature, created to be widely shared or distributed] apparently. NO underwater accidental detonation of an atomic weapon occurred?
IF indeed "fake" news as generated by whom and for WHAT reason?