posted on Sep, 21 2013 @ 06:32 AM
reply to post by spartacus699
I have met people who worked on the first atomic weapons, the science which lead up to them, and helped develop them for years afterward. I have
lived within five minutes of a military equipment and weapons testing facility for virtually all of my life, and seen goods trains trundle through the
highstreet of my town with what appeared through the tarp wraps to be sectioned up bits of massive missiles.
But I would be the first to admit that this is far from definitive. I tell you who you CAN ask about the matter of the existence of nuclear weapons
though. The Japanese obviously know full well the stark, horrific, reality of nuclear weapons, having been the only nation against whom such things
have been used in anger. But you might wish to consult the aboriginal Australians also, because on the sixties some of their most valued spiritual
locations was used as a test range for nuclear weapons by the British military, in partnership with the Australian government,several times. After
this, the aboriginal tribes persons were merely allowed to return by the government, to walk barefoot through the now irradiated land.
Also ask the British service persons who were tasked to go on maneouvres in the area, specifically to see how they copped with the harsh radioactive
environment. Those of them who were belly crawling through the contaminated landscape and remain alive through luck, and the widows of the rest, will
let you know all you could' possibly want to on that subject.