What would we hear at a wind speed of 2 km per second?
Answer from: Agatha Andreeva:
Potterman and animal lover)))...
Most likely we won't hear anything, because our eardrums will burst, and what is worse, before that we will burn in the radiation fire of a thermonuclear explosion. The speed of 2 km:s corresponds to the speed of a shockwave near the epicenter of a thermonuclear explosion. In a nuclear explosion this value is 700-1000 m:sec. And the maximum wind velocity in the atmosphere cannot exceed the speed of sound, which is the speed of a shock wave in the atmosphere, 330 m:s.
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