I'm pretty sure there are dozens of nuclear testing on Earth which we don't know about. This is quite uncommon really and I'm surprised to hear of
something like this. You have to remember that this was decades ago and how we advanced technologically and culturally. Somehow I feel like they have
something worse than any hydrogen bomb, or an atomic bomb. I remember quite some time ago I was watching The History Channel and they developed
earthquake bombs that would detonate and had so much force it would move the plate tectonics and this was around World War 1 or World War 2.
Wow I have to admit at one point I wondered what would happen if something akin to a bomb like that went off in space. Seems like in a way the
question was answered, yet it leaves me with more question. Only thing is that I hope those questions never get answered by the likes of testing.
Curious now as to other things that have happened in the past and certainly under the radar.
Did you all see the lightning bolts hit the ground?
The charged particles hitting the ionosphere caused lightning to hit the ground. No wonder Hawaii's communications went out after that test. Hawaii
itself was zapped with nuclear lightning bolts.
When they set off the Hydrogen Bomb at Bikini Island it was much bigger than they expected. Fallout was worse on Guam than even the Marshall Islands.
The International Atomic Agency of the UN had many countries on Guam for 10 years studying the effects on the people there.
Their blood showed heavy contamination. Those blood samples/tests are still on file. Guam's never gotten Radiation Exposure compensation. The ships
that were in Bikini Atoll were brought to Guam to be cleaned up. All that radiation now sits in the bottom of Apra Harbor/Cocos Island area. The
obituaries for that place show lots of people die around 30-40. Not much of a life expectency...to this day.
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