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Photo of a Nuclear Explosion Less than 1 Millisecond After Detonation!

 
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aren't these tests the reason why radiation and thus cancer is everywhere in america
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horrible and satanic
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kind of low-tech question but how big are these 'explosions'? i assume teeny?

lol!


really cool pix
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Great catch OP.

It looks like there are a few things in that photo that are traveling faster than the speed of light.

The ground is illuminated although the ball of light has yet to expand far enough to reach it. Can radiant heat energy travel faster than light?
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Very disturbing images... why do they look so organic?
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It's plasma and it really looks organic, but also violent in a disturbing way. We are watching the fabric of time and space being torn apart.
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The released energy of an atomic explotion, doesn´t affect them, and afterwards they go happily floating around...
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This camera technology was available in 1952?!

Imagine how much better they have.
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This camera technology was available in 1952?!

Imagine how much better they have.
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Femto-photography, we can now litterally see the speed of light :
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All these pics are really neat! The video about seeing round corners is pretty cool. Thanks op 5 stars and some green.
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This camera technology was available in 1952?!

Imagine how much better they have.
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1 millisecond isnt that impressive its 1/1000 of a second compared to what we can do today which i think is 1/100000000
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read the article fuckstain... that camera in 1952 was capable of exposures of 1 billionth of a second.
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If you look carefully you can see the tower that the bomb was sitting on top of.

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kind of low-tech question but how big are these 'explosions'? i assume teeny?

lol!


really cool pix
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there you go bud see if that helps .... beer2

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Wait a minute.

We had that kind of photographic equipment in 1952?

"The photograph was shot from roughly 7 miles away during the Tumbler-Snapper tests in Nevada (1952)

[link to www.petapixel.com] "
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Yep, but we still can't seem to get super detailed pics of the moon landing areas though...
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Here is the "film" of the still shot used. Really stills put together to make a "film"



Here is a good vid, I remember watching this in full when I was 3 or 4 years old.




These were big events for Vegas. people used to go watch the bombs go off, it was a tourist attraction at the time.

My grandparents who were deathly afraid of radiation, so much so they did not drive past radio stations or even own a microwave went and watched one of the events.

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if any of you want to see live footage of all the nuclear bombs our govt has tested above ground,below ground and in the ocean look for a movie/documentary titled Trinity & Beyond: The Atomic Bomb Movie

you can find it on netflix [link to movies.netflix.com (secure)]

or probably other streaming services have it also.

its pretty amazing how close they were to the detonations back then, im sure most were radiated immediately.
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This camera technology was available in 1952?!

Imagine how much better they have.
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But we cant tell if that was a rat or not on mars from 20 feet away ?

Yeh right ?Goofy Thum
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This camera technology was available in 1952?!

Imagine how much better they have.
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But we cant tell if that was a rat or not on mars from 20 feet away ?

Yeh right ?Goofy Thum
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rofl
i think we know that wasnt a rat
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I saw this pix 2 years ago and wondered how in the helll did we have those technology? I figured roswell.
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This camera technology was available in 1952?!

Imagine how much better they have.
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bump
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At 1 trillion FPS, this explosion would take months to watch.

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This camera technology was available in 1952?!

Imagine how much better they have.
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At 1 trillion FPS, this explosion would take months to watch.


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LOL, I just had thought of the same idea, as the femto photography is what we have now, at least that they would let us know.

Cool stuff.
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kind of low-tech question but how big are these 'explosions'? i assume teeny?

lol!


really cool pix
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there you go bud see if that helps .... beer2

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fankoo!
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Photograph from U.S. Air Force

Shielded only by dark goggles, guests of the U.S. military settle back in 1951 to witness a nuclear blast on the Enewetak Atoll in the Pacific Ocean. The test was part of Operation Greenhouse, whose blasts resulted in signficant downwind fallout, posing health risks to spectators and test personnel. Exposure to radioactive fallout from nuclear tests in the United States alone may have killed an estimated 11,000 persons from cancer, according to a U.S. government study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The study reported that "any person living in the continguous United States since 1951 has been exposed to radioactive fallout."


This a Night Time photo taken of the shot of Project Greenhouse. My Father in Law is seated up front second from the end.
This image has appeared in numerious places and appeared in National Georphics 60 years of the bomb.

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It's plasma and it really looks organic, but also violent in a disturbing way. We are watching the fabric of time and space being torn apart.
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^^^ this ^^^
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And that just makes my mind numb from awe.
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sickly sweet half understood baubles of ignorance
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huh?

Are you trying to say something?
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Looks demonic to me.hiding
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i was thinking the same demonic for sure fuck that
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Notice the columns of smoke on the right? What causes that and why do they appear in so many nuke explosions?

Another example: [link to nuclearweaponarchive.org]
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kind of low-tech question but how big are these 'explosions'? i assume teeny?

lol!


really cool pix
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there you go bud see if that helps .... beer2

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fankoo!
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no problems
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Notice the columns of smoke on the right? What causes that and why do they appear in so many nuke explosions?

Another example: [link to nuclearweaponarchive.org]
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Another [link to nuclearweaponarchive.org] odd
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Notice the columns of smoke on the right? What causes that and why do they appear in so many nuke explosions?

Another example: [link to nuclearweaponarchive.org]
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I've read something about that, it's for visualize the blow of the explosion or something like that.
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Notice the columns of smoke on the right? What causes that and why do they appear in so many nuke explosions?

Another example: [link to nuclearweaponarchive.org]
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I've read something about that, it's for visualize the blow of the explosion or something like that.
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Here is a link [link to www.atomcentral.com]
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This camera technology was available in 1952?!

Imagine how much better they have.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1266452


Exactly. Folks, this /\ is how we should ALL be thinking. So much wool has been pulled over our eyes; we have been 'played' like a musical instrument.
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So people know how they did this, they set up drum with film in a 360 degree pattern around the inside of the drum. A mirror is then placed on a motor in the center of this drum at a 45 degree angle, the mirror is spun, then the shutter above the mirror opens and the mirror is allowed to make one single revolution exposing the film plates on the inside of the drum. Then the machine breaks the mirror it so it does not double expose any of the film plates. Camera is only limited by the size of the drum and the amount of film plates placed in the drum.

Capable of 20 Thousand frames a second they could only acutely get a few hundred picture frames per shot because the camera was limited by film size and resetting the camera took a VERY long time. Weeks even.


Very simple design

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