posted on Feb, 12 2011 @ 03:34 PM
reply to post by andy1033
The early 60's was the most rife with radioactive dispersals. I forget the number, but the number was super high, at least 100's of ever increasing
in power nukes were tested. In '59 not a single nuke was tested. I watched the link some poster threw out which makes a boinky noise for every test
nuke, one at a time, for 5 minutes pr so. There were many before this and many continue. Thus, Andy raises a good question. Why not see what happens.
It is a high pressure blast, smack dab in the center of an extreme low pressure? eye, surrounded by walls of wind (are they high pressure or is it
low?) The radioactivity would spread more quickly than it does for the thousands of nukes already set off. Would it make a difference, since they do
this all the time, unannounced, while clouds drift over us?
Good question. They do what they want.