A nuclear reactor is not Keter class. A nuclear reactor is, at worse, safe class, because you can contain it with some lead sheeting and concrete. A Keter class object is actively inimical to life to the point where you don't want to be around it and send a Class D instead.
Date: 31 Dec 2008 17:07
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Also, Euclid is for really really weird things. I wouldn't say that's weird enough to be euclid.
I think it could be euclid if the writer played up the weirdness that occurs around the hull.
Allright, so anyone could edit this article if deemed fit. Improve it, willya?
Just made some significant revisions, as the original author seems to have been UA for quite some time. Hopefully this helps things a little. If my changes suck, revert 'em.
I quite like this now.
Being the pedant that I am, though, wikipedia tells me this should be in the North Sea or the Baltic based on the sea-life mentioned. Since they're fairly busy shipping lanes I don't know how you would hide a wrecked submarine let alone an exchange of missiles.
The North Sea is fairly deep - a wrecked sub might be fairly hard to notice. As for the exchange of missiles, it's distantly possible that the Russians (who are the publicly-acknowledged owners of SCPS Tunguska) could pass it off as a live-fire exercise, particularly if only civilian ships were in the area.
Also, the region could be an exclusion zone for some other reason - it might be near where Kursk went down. In real life all Kursk's weapons were recovered, but suppose they weren't, and she did indeed have some nuke-tipped P-700 Granit rounds aboard…
EDIT: Foo, can I actually post something in the right place for once? This is what I get for writing while tired…
Putting this up for deletion.
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