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Tearing Open Windows Upon Other Dimensions Everytime We Explode Nuclear Bombs?
12-07-2012, 02:38 PM #1
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The profound shapes of light and matter seen within these photographs and video montage of atomic explosions are so incredibly fantastic,i'm stunned and amazed and my eyes and mind are blown far away and remember that the more recent images of galaxy clusters were photographed with more advanced cameras than the older atomic blasts were filmed with,which wont appear as clearly defined...

I'm thinking we are unknowingly tearing open windows upon other dimensions everytime we detonate atomic bombs,that we could never see with our eyes and are only able to view for only microseconds with the super slow motion effects of high speed movie cameras...

Because these mind bendingly obvious similarities are all too clear and it certainly seems to me like we are looking at and into another dimension inside the bombs expanding nuclear shroud and momentarily seeing stars and clusters of various types of galaxies within another universe and a side by side comparisons are very strange revelations...

Almost like creating the relatively miniature big bang of another universe and so maybe our entire reality and how long it seems to exist is actually the momentary expansion and eventual collapse resulting from some other civilization within another universe detonating an atomic bomb...

So maybe our limited human perceptions of our material universe seemingly existing for billions of years is actually a magnificent illusion we temporarily live within, where you and i and everything else obliviously exists in the imperceptable microseconds of unbelievably super slow motions of creation...

Astounding images of the first atomic bomb detonation...

Code named trinity and conducted by the united states army in the jornada del muerto desert,new mexico july 16th 1945...

Photographic Still Showing Atomic Explosion Only Microseconds After Detonation >
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Lenticular Galaxy NGC 474 Interacting With Spiral Galaxy NGC 470 >
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Photographic Still Showing Atomic Explosion Only Microseconds After Detonation >
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Virgo Cluster Of Galaxies >
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Photographic Still Showing Atomic Explosion Only Microseconds After Detonation >
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Perseus Cluster Of Galaxies >
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First Microseconds Of Nuclear Bomb Test Fireballs >


Bullet Cluster Of Galaxies >
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12-07-2012, 04:40 PM #2
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The reason that atomic blasts look like that is the plasma inside the bomb case is accelerated to about 1/100 of light speed. Pressures inside the bomb case are over 50,000 times the pressure that can be achieved with high explosive.

The initial bubble consists of a blast wave coated with a surface of solid air, the blast wave velocity is beyond hypersonic so the air just piles up on the surface of the blast wave.

The pressure at 90 meters is still over 2000 PSI and the blast wave is still hypersonic. For comparison, it only takes 5 PSI of overpressure to completely destroy buildings.

Don't believe there is a hole to another dimension. Oh, and don't stand too near to the bomb (never stand too near to a bomb).

Correction: since light speed is 300,000 km/s and in-case blast wave velocity is more than 200km/s, the blast wave velocity is slightly under 0.1 % of light speed or Mach 588. The in-case blast wave travels more that 600 times as fast as a commercial airliner at top speed. For comparison - the rocket escape velocity of 11.3km/s is Mach 33.
12-07-2012, 04:54 PM #3
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(12-07-2012, 04:40 PM)オタマジャクシ Wrote:  The reason that atomic blasts look like that is the plasma inside the bomb case is accelerated to about 1/100 of light speed. Pressures inside the bomb case are over 50,000 times the pressure that can be achieved with high explosive.

Is this plasma previously placed into the unexploded atom bomb? or is the plasma produced by the explosion? because the well written article below only seems to mention gases,not any pre-existing plasma,but i might have missed that,its a long read and anyways,can we really wrap our human minds around what a millionth of a second actually means? and yet we are able to view their amazing photographic effects and who knows what we are really looking at and where we are really looking into? but i can obviously see what they certainly appear to resemble,another universe...

Nuclear Weapon Design > http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nuclear_weapon_design
12-07-2012, 05:10 PM #4
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12-07-2012, 05:14 PM #5
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12-07-2012, 05:25 PM #6
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(12-07-2012, 04:54 PM)Beyond Smolensk Wrote:  
(12-07-2012, 04:40 PM)オタマジャクシ Wrote:  The reason that atomic blasts look like that is the plasma inside the bomb case is accelerated to about 1/100 of light speed. Pressures inside the bomb case are over 50,000 times the pressure that can be achieved with high explosive.

Is this plasma previously placed into the unexploded atom bomb? or is the plasma produced by the explosion? because the well written article below only seems to mention gases,not any pre-existing plasma,but i might have missed that,its a long read and anyways,can we really wrap our human minds around what a millionth of a second actually means? and yet we are able to see its amazing photographic effects...

Nuclear Weapon Design >http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Implosion-type_nuclear_weapon#Implosion-type_weapon


At 10s of millions of degrees Celsius (or Kekvin) everything is plasma and black body radiation at that temperature is all X-rays (the sun produces mostly light at 5500K and the earth radiates infrared at 288K). Atomic blasts release about half the energy as X-rays. Any material near the blast is ionized (turned to plasma). You will never find a piece of the bomb case.

More on the velocities. The in-case shock wave velocity is around 200 km/s. By the time the case is penetrated (and vaporized) speeds for the blast wave outside the case are quoted as between 10 and 30 km/s. 20 km/s is Mach 59 (Mach 1 is the speed of sound). All this depends on the size of the weapon - the bigger - the faster.

The plastic foam is vaporized (turns to plasma) early in the process. The foam is transparent to X-rays. The early compression of the secondary is due to X-ray ablation of the tamper from X-rays emitted by the primary.
12-07-2012, 10:11 PM #7
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Galaxies look nice; that bloody thing looks like a boil with a skin infection.
On the devil's ass.

Geez, what's wrong with those people?

12-07-2012, 10:18 PM #8
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Stunning images of devastating forces. blink.gif

I'm not so sure about opening up any portals to other dimensions, but hell I learn new things every day.
12-08-2012, 12:05 AM #9
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(12-07-2012, 10:18 PM)Octo Wrote:  Stunning images of devastating forces. blink.gif

I'm not so sure about opening up any portals to other dimensions, but hell I learn new things every day.


That is true. cheers.gif

Smolensk & Froggie very good posters! hi5.gif
12-08-2012, 02:00 AM #10
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(12-07-2012, 10:11 PM)Accidental Stoner Wrote:  Galaxies look nice; that bloody thing looks like a boil with a skin infection.
On the devil's ass.

Geez, what's wrong with those people?

I showed my brother the you tube video i posted above and he was very amazed and said he never saw that or anything else like it ever before and then he said "theres something not human about that nuclear technology" Hmmmm? and did those profoundly brilliant scientists way back in the 1940's know for sure that their first atomic bomb detonation would not cause a horrible and unstoppable chain reaction that would basically destroy our reality? and how did they know for sure how far back to get while watching it explode? and did they have sinister assistance from superior entites of unknown origin? and without a doubt,one things for sure,humanity was playing within the playground of the gods and we still are now...Wow...Damn...Wtf...
12-08-2012, 02:10 AM #11
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I don't know...seems like there is something vaguely sexual
about the whole militaristic ritual.
After all, orgasm is sort of obliteration.
Death and annihilation turn some folks on, one suspects.

Maybe the bombmakers just wanted to pull the wings of
bigger and bigger flies, light bigger firecrackers, drown
bigger kittens?

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12-08-2012, 06:40 AM #12
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A massive column of water rises from the ocean as an Atomic Bomb detonates at Bikini Atoll in the pacific during the first underwater nuclear test july 25th 1946 >

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12-08-2012, 06:41 AM #13
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Operation Upshot Knothole,conducted at the Nevada Proving Ground between march 17th and june 4th 1953...

This full scale house was located 3,500 feet from ground zero and was completely destroyed,the elapsed time from the first picture to the last was around 2 seconds and the only source of light was the illumination of the detonation...

The incredibly devastating power of these nuclear weapons is intensely astonishing and frightening >

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12-08-2012, 05:04 PM #14
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In 1955 at a government test site in the nevada desert,a rising fireball dwarfs a crew of atomic cameramen and on the right are rocket plumes,which scientists studied as a way to gauge the progress of shock waves through the atmosphere >

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12-08-2012, 05:06 PM #15
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The one and only test of the M65 Atomic Cannon at the Nevada test site may 25th 1953 >

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Ready to get your eyes and minds blown away?

Enlarge the screen image,turn up the volume and watch...

Because this astounding footage taken from the image above,may actually be the most amazing sequence of film i've ever seen and heard...

The more i watch it,while listening to what i'm seeing,the more intense it becomes...

The Atomic Cannon Test Shot Grable and after effects,may 25th 1953 >

The detonation occurred 19 seconds after firing and detonated around 11,000 yards,over 6.25 miles away...

This heavy artillery cannon fired atomic bomb is as powerful as the atomic bomb dropped on hiroshima...




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