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Based on how far away you are and when you hear an explosion is there a formula to calculate when it will hit you?: In "Under the Dome" by Stephen King a (huge) C-4 and propane explosive went off and a few people had time to seek shelter. Also, I read historical accounts of survivors of the Hiroshima bomb from different distances. Each had some time before the fragments and heat hit near them.
Re: Is there a formula for time after hearing an explosion?
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