Just enter the address of that boss, teacher, colleague or loved one. If you can find it in Google Maps, you can nuke it.

Science Caveat
I designed the script to show the usage of Javascript functions on top of a Google Map. The radius of a nuclear explosion seemed entertaining and facetious enough for this demonstration. The thermal effects of the blast are shown here because they are easily understood by users of all ages and cultural backgrounds.

(It’s hard to describe the lethal radiation dose, in Sieverts, to a school kid.)

Use the code

Include the map into your own scripts using the following HTML

<IFRAME SRC="//www.carloslabs.com/projects/200712B/GroundZero-2-6.html" WIDTH="100%" HEIGHT="530px" FRAMEBORDER="0"> </IFRAME>

The formulas used here are in the public domain, and were sourced from the websites of the Federation of American Scientists and from Wikipedia With thanks to: Jenn, tetris11, Marc van W, mendicantbug, Google.

Disclaimer: This code is posted "as is", with a Creative Commons license and neither Carlos Labs nor any of its representatives guarantee the suitability of this script, or assume any responsibility for your actions. This script is free to use on any software project, free or otherwise, provided you credit Carlos Labs and you do not remove the header in the script.

Project: 200712B