McMahon, Casey Ray
Quantum Theory / Particle Physics
September 1, 2019
Nuclear, Weapon, Weapons, Nuclear weapon, Nuclear weapons, Atomic, Atomic bomb, Neutron, Neutron beam, Atom, Atom bomb, remote, detonation, remote detonation, remote detonation of nuclear weapons
Abstract: Nuclear weapons are detonated via a Neutron chain reaction. Thus, it should be possible to detonate a nuclear weapon via the introduction of Neutrons from an outside source, into the nuclear weapon in question. This may be achieved via a Neutron beam. A Neutron beam can fire Neutrons over long distances with minimal interference, as Neutrons are uncharged particles. Thus, it should be possible to covertly and remotely detonate armed or unarmed Nuclear weapons over great distances with a Neutron beam.