Kind of, only that the core is several thousand degrees hot, and if it burns through the bottom of the building, the whole incident gets upgraded a few steps on the INES scale.
No, more like nuclear bombs. Even if you're outside the zone of blast effects, you'll still receive plenty of undirected thermal radiation.
Also, it's no good airplanes. Do you really want to be on the receiving end of an acute case of motion sickness?
Project Pluto was supposed to be used on Earth. You know, if the Americans can't have it, then at least the commies wouldn't have it, either.
Wait, you're not using the stack?
Ok, back to serious mode - I'm working on small embedded stuff, and memory is either allocated statically or it's on the stack in the form of local variables. new/delete/malloc/free don't appear in my code, either.
Isn't an offer you can expect pretty close to market pricing?