lux wrote:We're told that just prior to the Trinity test there was the "100 ton test." This was said to be a stack of 100+ tons of TNT on a tower which was sprinkled with radioactive material and detonated, done to calibrate measuring equipment and test fallout dispersal patterns. I've not been able to find a photographic or motion picture record of this test. Has anyone seen this?
lux wrote:I suspect there are many undiscovered hoaxes involved with the official "history" of WWII.
CryptoAnarchist wrote:This is a great thread. I had never really considered this one, but I remember when I was 16 a Japanese exchange student told me and my friends that they never got hit by an atomic bomb, and we all thought he was crazy!
Rerevisionist wrote:I've just rechecked this site, after making a list of Google sources to a forum I manage. (If you see what I mean). The recent additions here are very high quality.
Can I ask anyone interested in what we may now call the nuke hoax to look at http://www.nukelies.com/forum where we have what I hope is a user-friendly & clear layout, which allows each part of the jigsaw to be examined - the history etc. And the most recent addition is a section on strategies to phase out the fraud - for example the 'Monterey Institute'. We also have a section on nuclear energy, which seems to be a phoney, too. And sections on the remoter implications of 'nukes' and science fraud.
Heiwa already posts with us; we'd be happy for any of you people to join and post. As Simonshack appears to do, we have a low tolerance for spam/ troll/ absurd indignation/ fake sceptics.
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