On Thursday, November 21, a nuclear submarine exploded in the South China Sea off the coast of China, as a result of which radiation was recorded in three countries.
Hal Turner Radio Show reports it. The power of the explosion, which occurred at a depth of 50 meters, was about 10-20 kilotons (comparable to Hiroshima).
Excess radiation levels were noticed in China, which is credited with the submarine, Taiwan and Vietnam.
Details of the incident are unknown, but experts have pointed out that such an explosion could happen only from a nuclear warhead.
There is still no official confirmation of the information.
Radiation is now being detected at shore monitoring points around the South China Sea!
According to this official map from the uRADMonitor Global Environmental Monitoring Network, “significant” radiation readings are now registering on their radiation monitors, shown on the map below:
According to the source, the U.S. submarines spend duty in the South China Sea, so it is probably that one of them could be damaged as a result of the explosion.
Given the power of the explosion, it is unlikely to be the detonation of standard weapons submarines, but what kind of military submarine can we talk about and whether it really belongs to the US Navy, so far remains unknown, as well as not specified, as far as the level of background radiation exceeds the maximum set.