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A damn huge mo-fo missle. Worse then the Atomic Bomb by like 2,000,000 times, or something.

Rules for Handleing an "H-Bomb"
1. Dont let your friend (And you know which one I'm talking about) throw rocks at it. (See I told you you knew)
2. Dont try and use it as a flotation device.
3. In case of fire, f*****g run!
4. Don't talk about it on the phone, becuase the government is listing.....always....
5. Do not try to dress it up and tell your mom that you met a nice Afgany girl (...but you've never seen her face...) or just try to avoid playing dress up at all.
6. Do not try to ingest it.
7. It is not a snow sled.
8. You should not attempt to open a beer on it.
9. At all costs try to avoid reproducing in the vicinity of it (I don't know something about friction..blah..blah..blah..)
10. Don't listin to what other people tell you on this site (They might be trying to steal it and use it to their own personal plot)
11. If you see a flash, duck and cover. (When has that not worked? <Reference to that episode of South Park®, only it wasn't a bomb it was a Volcano...well its kindda the same thing {..almost}>)

For more information on Hydrogen Bombs
play "Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty" By Hideo Kojima, and produced by Konami
Or
Take a Chemistry class at your local community college so you might be able to use your education to get money and move out of your moms basement because she's be buggin' me to get you out.
Move your a** out of the house or we'll "H-bomb" this mo-fo.
Or
"Excuse me Mr.Terrorist would you like to purchase a Hydrogen Bomb?"
by Professor Green Ph.D June 05, 2006
 
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The most powerful bomb. Opposite of atom bomb, but similar in power. While the Atom Bomb uses nuclear fission(a mass of material is assembled into a supercritical mass((a mass enough to start a nuclear chain reaction)). neutrons are then injected which causes the reaction and later the explosion).
hydrogen bombs instead use nuclear fusion,(joining of atoms to make heavier atoms.) then adding tritium, deuterium, or lithium deuteride, along with xrays and gamma rays from fission, making them thousands of times more powerful than atom bombs.yea.

(some of this info from www.wikipedia.org)
If you get hit by one of those you are screwed

Out of the 26,0000 nuclear bombs, the Russian Federation and the U.S own 96% of them. A lot of those are hydrogen bombs
by Alex14 June 21, 2006