posted on Jan, 7 2011 @ 10:43 AM
I saw the pictures, and have a lot of nuclear engineers in my family. I showed one of them the images, and my engineer uncle had an almost immediate
response to the picture of the dual craters with "water" in the bottom. He said it was clearly glass, which had been created by superheated, molten
sand in the initial nuclear explosions. He also indicated that many of the craters actually have large glass deposits at the bototm of the craters,
but would be mostly covered with sand.
I am not a geological engineer, but would presume that if my uncle were correct, it could be glass, and that the amount could be explained by the
massive dual nature of that particular explosion. I seem to remember reading that it was the only crater of that type. It could have also been
created by a more porous sand.
In any event, I see the bunkers for watching the tests, and see all of the discussions about the strange structures at the bottom of the craters.
From common internet reading, you can read the history about how the original tests were above ground, but then later moved to below ground tests.
The craters with strange structures at the bottom are merely below ground tests, where the government created drills on top of the test site to drill
down into the earth and test radiation at various depths. This is just from common internet reading.
I give a star and flag for great pictures, but don't see anything that creates a weird conspiracy here, or that cannot be explained by common
knowledge of how the tests are performed.