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Tearing Open Windows Upon Other Dimensions Everytime We Explode Nuclear Bombs?
12-09-2012, 07:09 AM #31
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For the first time,the detonation of an atomic bomb,dropped on frenchman flats in nevada,was broadcast live on television february 1st 1951 >

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12-09-2012, 07:27 AM #32
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Notice how those naval destroyers and battleships positioned near the atom bomb blast look like miniature toys in comparison to the incredibly massive column of water rising up out of the ocean during the first underwater detonation of an atomic bomb at bikini atoll in the south pacific july 25th 1946 >

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12-09-2012, 08:41 AM #33
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Amazing sequence of astounding nuclear bomb detonation photographs...

France detonates an atomic bomb codenamed aldebaran on the muruoa atoll of french polynesia in the south pacific july 2nd 1966 >

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12-09-2012, 09:50 AM #34
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What the star we call our sun really looks like...

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The momentary microsecond creation of a miniature sun?

Minor Scale test was conducted on June 27th 1985 by the United States Defense Nuclear Agency involving the detonation of several thousand tons of conventional explosives to simulate the explosion of a small nuclear bomb >

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12-09-2012, 10:06 AM #35
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Terrifyingly mesmerizing sequence of photographs showing the test explosion of a BLU-118B thermobaric bomb used by the unites states military >

Resulting in another momentary microsecond creation of a miniature sun?

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12-09-2012, 10:33 AM #36
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These incredibly amazing similarities are clearly obvious...

The star we call our sun setting behind clouds >

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The momentary microsecond creation of a miniature sun?

Nuclear bomb codenamed redwing apache detonated on bikini atoll in the south pacific july 8th 1956 >

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12-09-2012, 04:38 PM #37
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12-09-2012, 05:09 PM #38
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Crazy! sad2.gif
12-09-2012, 06:27 PM #39
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On july 16th 1945,the first nuclear bomb was detonated in the jornada del muerto desert new mexico,ushering in the atomic age...

The shimmering brilliance from the bombs nuclear light was so intense that many people far from ground zero thought the sun was rising too early and even more amazing is how a blind girl saw the atomic flash 120 miles away...

Codenamed trinity,these are the only known color photographs taken of the first atomic bomb detonation >

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12-09-2012, 10:28 PM #40
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Nuclear bomb detonation code named truckee-1 was around 15 times as powerful as the atomic bomb dropped on hiroshima in 1945...

Detonated near christmas island in the south pacific on june 9th 1962 >

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12-10-2012, 01:40 AM #41
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Nuclear bomb detonation codenamed chama detonated in the johnston atoll south pacific october 18th 1962 >

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12-10-2012, 01:50 AM #42
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The insanity is mindboggling sad2.gif

The Starfish test was one of five high altitude tests grouped together as Operation Fishbowl within the larger Operation Dominic, a series of tests in 1962 begun in response to the Soviet announcement on August 30, 1961 that they would end a three-year moratorium on testing.[2]

Quote:In 1958 the United States had completed six high-altitude nuclear tests, but the high-altitude tests of that year produced many unexpected results and raised many new questions. According to the U.S. Government Project Officer's Interim Report on the Starfish Prime project:

"Previous high-altitude nuclear tests: YUCCA, TEAK, and ORANGE, plus the three ARGUS shots were poorly instrumented and hastily executed. Despite thorough studies of the meager data, present models of these bursts are sketchy and tentative. These models are too uncertain to permit extrapolation to other altitudes and yields with any confidence. Thus there is a strong need, not only for better instrumentation, but for further tests covering a range of altitudes and yields."[3]

The Starfish test was originally planned as the second in the Fishbowl series, but the first launch (Bluegill) was lost by the radar tracking equipment and had to be destroyed in flight.

The initial Starfish launch attempt on June 20 was aborted in flight due to failure of the Thor launch vehicle. The Thor missile flew a normal trajectory for 59 seconds; then the rocket engine stopped, and the missile began to break apart. The range safety-officer ordered the destruction of the missile and of the warhead. The missile was between 30,000 and 35,000 feet (between 9.1 and 10.7 km) in altitude when it was destroyed. Parts of the missile and some radioactive contamination fell upon Johnston Island and nearby Sand Island and the surrounding ocean.[4]

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Starfish_Prime

12-10-2012, 02:07 AM #43
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Towering mushroom cloud from the most powerful nuclear bomb ever detonated,rising 35 miles high while photographed from 100 miles away...

The russian tsar bomba was a hydrogen bomb exploded october 30th 1961 on the novaya zemlya archipelago at sukhoy nos in the arctic ocean...

Its blast yield was 10 times as powerful as the combined power of all the conventional explosives used during world war two...

1 megaton equals 1,000 kilotons,the atom bomb dropped on hiroshima was 15 kilotons,the tsar bomba was 50 megatons,which is 50,000 kilotons,meaning that this russian atomic bomb was equal to around 3,300 hiroshimas...

The russian tsar bomba was intentionally downgraded from its full 100 megaton capacity to reduce radioactive fallout and so amazingly,the total power of this vastly destructive nuclear weapon was actually equal to around 6,600 hiroshimas...

Tsar Bomba > http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tsar_Bomba

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12-10-2012, 03:05 AM #44
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The star we call our sun >

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Tsar Bomba 5 mile wide nuclear fireball >

The momentary microsecond creation of a miniature sun?

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12-10-2012, 06:20 AM #45
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Amazing eye opening and mind blowing color footage of hydrogen bomb detonations not to be missed...

Momentary creations of miniature hydrogen suns and windows opened for microseconds upon other dimensions?

Filmed during operation codenamed redwing in the south pacific 1956 >



Filmed during operation codenamed castle bravo in the south pacific 1954 >





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