Hard to say... quite possibly so deep that you'd get an impromptu subterranean nuclear test, with the blast not really reaching the surface. Then again, these are Sheppo
nuclear bunker busters, so they're probably designed to go just deep enough to blow the maximum amount of tasty fallout into the air by excavating a really big crater. If you need to dig deeper, you just throw more of them.
Yes, because the technology available in the freaking 35th Century is going to be so similar to the early 1990s.
It's kind of irrelevant; even with the tools we had today we'd probably put a lot more work into retrieving a dud nuclear
bunker buster than we would into retrieving a dud conventional bunker buster. The nuclear round will make a much bigger crater, with much larger side effects, after all.
Oh, and just what were the occupation forces being "paid off" with? Worthless Pendletonian script?
Dunno. Gold bricks? If you don't simply confiscate the property of every member of the plantation-owner class on the planet (the commie
Umerian way!), there will
be people left around with sufficient assets to pay bribes, should they deem it necessary to do so.
The real question is whether the Anglian authorities are, on the whole, corrupt enough for bribing them to be a safe way to achieve objectives. If they're usually honest, trying to bribe one is more likely to get your ass landed in jail regardless
of what you were planning than it is to let you get away with the plan.
My impression is that since Anglia is a First Galaxy nation and not a shithole, by and large trying to bribe local Anglian authorities is a risky proposition.
Eleventh Century Remnant wrote:
What is this 'favourite character' you speak of? I have walls lined with bookshelves, having a single favourite character would be like having a favourite brick.
-Story of my literary tastes.