The Navy should tell you what is and isn't classified.yourdadonapogostick said:shout out it you are a nuke like me! unfortunately, i am not sure if i can post in the nuke threads, because the Navy doesn't let us talk about that stuff.
nuc is definitely prononced nuck, it is an expression of cackling popularized, with that spelling, in the Three Strooges films.Astronuc said:Most english-speaking people would pronounce 'nuce' as 'noose'. The 'nuc' in Astronuc is pronounced 'nuke', although my wife first pronounced it 'nuck'.
Probably right, although I can see concern when one leaves enough public domain hints to put two and two together.As for what to discuss in the Nuclear Engineering forum - anything in the public domain, from a textbook or journal article is fine. Under no circumstances should anyone, who is involved in the Naval nuclear program, mention anything related to the Naval program. When in doubt, don't say anything.
Mee too! Though I am an Electrical Engineer rather than a "Neuk", I neverDiencephalon said:I have an absurd love for anything involving nuclear power or radiation. Perhaps in a morbid fashion, I also have a fascination with reactor accidents (SL-1 and Fermi 1 intruige me the most, however. The oddities in impalement and the irony in the Fermi 1 incident).