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THE RISE OF NUCLEAR BOMBS - Time-lapse map reveals 2,053 WMDs that have exploded in just 50 years!

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posted on Oct, 24 2013 @ 10:49 PM
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Since the U.S unleashed the first nuclear bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki back in 1945 there have been a staggering 2056 nuclear tests recorded worldwide.
It took almost a year until the next substantial tests took place but by the mid-50s and 60s, nuclear experiments were being recorded across the globe on almost a monthly basis.
To demonstrate the scale and development of this technology, Japanese artist Isao Hashimoto has plotted all these explosions that took place from 1945 up to 1998 in a time-lapse video map.

the first..

The Manhattan Project was set up midway through the Second World War and began work on developing the U.S' nuclear technology.
In May 1945 Germany signed a surrender agreement with the Allies to signal the end of the war in Europe, however, the war in the Pacific carried on and the Allies were contemplating invading Japan.
They asked Japan to surrender but the Japanese government ignored the Potsdam Declaration on July 26, 1945.
By August 1945, the Manhattan Project had developed and tested atomic bombs at its Los Alamos base and on 6 August, a Little Boy atomic bomb, left, was dropped on Hiroshima on August 6, 1945, followed by a Fat Man bomb,right, on Nagasaki three days later.
The blasts are said to have killed a total of 245,000 deaths by November 1945 and the effects from radiation are still reported to this day.
On 15 August, Japan surrendered and signed the Instrument of Surrender on September 2, officially ending World War II.



Looks like We're already Contaminated By Nucler Radiation Long time Ago..


www.dailymail.co.uk... o=sciencetech^mostread
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posted on Oct, 24 2013 @ 11:04 PM
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You see on the vid how many flashes occur in the western US?

"Craters of the Moon", Nevada.


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Just testing... go back to sleep



posted on Oct, 24 2013 @ 11:15 PM
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intrptr
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You see on the vid how many flashes occur in the western US?

"Craters of the Moon", Nevada.


astrowright.files.wordpress.com...

Just testing... go back to sleep


owowow..thats good Picture sir! Tq so Much!
yes go Back to Sleep have a nice dream sir,Night



posted on Oct, 25 2013 @ 01:19 AM
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I was wondering why this exposure map ends in 1962:

en.wikipedia.org...


Per capita thyroid doses in the continental United States resulting from all exposure routes from all atmospheric nuclear tests conducted at the Nevada Test Site from 1951-1962.
Idaho really got a heavy dose. Are potatoes grown there carrying some residual radiation?

Now I think I know why the map ends in 1962...did you see what happens in 1963? They probably don't want us to see what this map would look like after 1962, but I'd expect it to be worse. I'm guessing they squeezed as many tests in 1963 as they could before the partial nuclear test ban treaty was signed in October 1963? Maybe that's why it goes kind of crazy in 1963?

You can see the effect of the 1963 craziness in this graph which spikes after 1962 and shows the peak when the treaty was signed:
en.wikipedia.org...


Am I now on a watch list after searching for that nuclear bomb stuff?

I have a question...the youtube poster said that video was sped up three times and that he would show the normal speed video, but I couldn't find the normal speed video in his youtube offerings. If anyone finds the normal speed video on youtube, can you please post the link? This sped up version goes way too fast, especially in 1963, though it's probably more watchable in slower periods like near the beginning.
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posted on Oct, 25 2013 @ 07:35 AM
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The Manhattan Project was not all about US nuclear technology. It was a joint venture between America Great Britain and Canada.
The Americans didn't drop the nuclear bombs on Japan, The Allies did. There had to be agreement between America, Great Britain for the bombs to be used. You will find the required reading under "The Quebec Agreement"

www.atomicarchive.com...



posted on Oct, 25 2013 @ 07:54 AM
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You didn't really think smoking causes lung cancer, did you? It's the fallout from the bombs. That is why the cancer is so bad. And don't think the government did not know either. They knew full well. They decided to blame the cancer on smoking since most people smoked then.

And cattle mutilations? That was not aliens. It was the US government monitoring that radiation. The fall out accumulates in cow mouths and rectums. They were looking to see how much fall out the cows were eating.

The fallout is still here. It will always be here. Get a particle on you skin? Skin cancer. In your mouth? Mouth cancer. Breath it? Lung cancer. Anywhere you get a particle of fallout on you you get cancer.

You can't see it, you can't feel it, you can't tell it is there. But it is. And chances are it will probably kill you. Fukushima is nothing compared to what we did back then. We had a nuclear war. We just blew up the ocean and deserts, not cities. But the fall out is exactly the same.



posted on Oct, 25 2013 @ 08:27 AM
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Great vid Cheesy.

But he seems to have left out the space based detonations...



posted on Oct, 25 2013 @ 08:33 AM
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Damn Iran! Damn them! Bibi must stop them before it's too late, before they pull the Samson option and irradiate the oil fields.



posted on Oct, 25 2013 @ 10:26 AM
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Riffrafter
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Great vid Cheesy.

But he seems to have left out the space based detonations...
So why don't you fill us in with some information about those from a reliable source?



posted on Oct, 25 2013 @ 10:39 AM
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It's always made me wonder WHY we have done so many nuclear tests. It's not like they were still testing the concept. It's almost like we were doing it as a show of force. The tin foil in me has to ask, a show a force against who or what? I don't think it was just Cold War, both sides knew what the other was capable of.

What is the residue radiation at some of these places. It looks like the Soviets set off a bunch at one spot in Central Asia, the US a bunch in the Southern Pacific. Just from the shear numbers of tests, there has to be a lot of radiation associated with those places.


Where is the Israel/South Africa Joint test off the Cape of Good Hope 1979?



posted on Oct, 25 2013 @ 11:04 AM
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Arbitrageur

Riffrafter
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Great vid Cheesy.

But he seems to have left out the space based detonations...
So why don't you fill us in with some information about those from a reliable source?


Sure. Here's a short list of some of the earlier more "pedestrian" ones:

Hardtack Teak
Hardtack Orange - both part of the larger Operation Hardtack

Starfish Prime - part of Operation Fishbowl which was part of the much larger Operation Dominic

Operation Argus

Here are some wikipedia links regarding the above:

Hardtack Teak
Hardtack Orange
Starfish Prime
Operation Argus

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posted on Oct, 26 2013 @ 05:50 AM
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Thanks for the links but isn't this a perfect match with Hardtack Teak and Orange?



Why did you say:


Riffrafter
But he seems to have left out the space based detonations...
Looks like he didn't leave out the first two you mentioned, but I didn't check them all.



posted on Nov, 3 2013 @ 06:25 PM
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Man, we were really rockin' in the 60's and 70's! That vid made the old song by Randy Newman to come to my mind. I think it came out sometime around 1970, or so. It was titled, "Let's Drop the Big One". Was a funny song. I still remember a few of the lyrics..

Boom goes London, Boom Paree.
More room for you, more room for me.
...
Let's drop the big one, see what happens...


It'll be a miracle if we make it to the next century. Seriously, what do you think the likely outcome would be of an army of monkees armed to the teeth with thermonuclear weapons? It doesn't take a nuclear physicist to figure that one out.

Oh well, what the heck..



posted on Nov, 4 2013 @ 04:26 AM
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About 100 of the tests carried out at the Nevada Test Site (NTS), with yields ranging from less than one kiloton to 74 kilotons of TNT, resulted in off-site detection of radioactive materials. The radiation exposures from 90 tests, representing almost 99% of the total activity of 131I that had been released into the atmosphere, have been estimated in this report. They include 3 tests of the Ranger series (January-February 1951), 6 tests of the Buster-Jangle series (October-November 1951), 8 tests of the Tumbler-Snapper series (April-June 1952), 11 tests of the Upshot-Knothole series (March-June 1953), 13 tests of the Teapot series (February-May 1955), 23 tests of the Plumbbob series (May-October 1957), 9 tests of the Hardtack-Phase II series (September-October 1958), and 17 tests conducted between September 1961 and December 1970.

www.cancer.gov...



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In addition, the per capita thyroid doses from 131I have been estimated for each test and each county. For each test, these estimates of per capita thyroid dose, as well as the uncertainties that are attached to those estimates, are presented in the Annex devoted to the test under consideration in the form of a Table. Figure TS.4 presents the estimated per capita thyroid doses for each county of the contiguous United States summed over all tests.

www.cancer.gov...


More: www.cancer.gov...

In other words, it did consider 90 of about 100 tests, representing 99% of total fallout between 1951 and 1970. Whoever wrote the Wikipedia article made a mistake and did not read the actual report properly.


Now I think I know why the map ends in 1962...did you see what happens in 1963? They probably don't want us to see what this map would look like after 1962, but I'd expect it to be worse.


You should probably do more research before jumping to conclusions. Wikipedia has sources for a reason. And usually studies should provide information for why they did what.
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posted on Nov, 9 2013 @ 12:35 AM
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I live in an Idaho 'hot spot' , and the incidents of cancer in our little area are astronomical, along with the dreaded "MS'. It isn't just adults that are affected, either; in recent years, WAY too many children have developed this disease.
Many, many children- elementary age and up- have developed 'rare' forms, along with more common forms of childhood cancer.....and it just seems to keep increasing as time passes.
Too bad we don't have a cure for mans' stupidity.
Ms. Nugget



posted on Nov, 9 2013 @ 12:47 AM
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the problem with nuclear bombs was Radiation
a perfect bomb would carry the same ,blast,, see Russian,, largest ever,,

all the blast but with,,97 persent, less Radiation, ,,so,, because it is actuall radioactive material, is problem



posted on Nov, 9 2013 @ 02:46 AM
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The Aliens are gonna see us doing this across the Universe....









 
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