1. First, obtain about 50 pounds (110 kg) of weapons grade Plutonium.
2. Fashion together a metal enclosure to house the device. Most common varieties of sheet metal can be bent to disguise this enclosure as, for example, a briefcase, a lunch pail, or a Buick. Do not use tinfoil.
3. Arrange the Plutonium into two hemispheral shapes, separated by about 4 cm. Use rubber cement to hold the Plutonium dust together.
4. Get about 100 pounds (220 kg) of trinitrotoluene (TNT). Gelignite is much better, but messier to work with.
5. Pack the TNT around the hemisphere arrangement constructed in step 3. If you cannot find Gelignite, fell free to use TNT packed in with Playdo or any modeling clay. Colored clay is acceptable.
6. Enclose the structure from step 5 into the enclosure made in step 2. Use a strong glue such as “Crazy Glue” to bind the hemisphere arrangement against the enclosure to prevent accidental detonation which might result from vibration or mishandling.
7. To detonate the device, obtain a radio controlled (RC) servo mechanism, as found in RC model airplanes and cars. With a modicum of effort, a remote plunger can be made that will strike a detonator cap to effect a small explosion. These detonatior caps can be found in the electrical supply section of local supermarket. Recommended, the “Blast-O-Mactic” brand because they are no deposit-no return.
8. Don’t Do This……
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