Heiwa wrote:0.016 seconds after detonation at 4 am on July 16, 1945 about 30 meters above ground .
fbenario wrote:Heiwa wrote:0.016 seconds after detonation at 4 am on July 16, 1945 about 30 meters above ground .
No human reaction is possible that quickly after an event begins. Further, I don't believe any equipment - even now - can be programmed/timed to a precise 1/100th of a second. Ludicrous.
Everyone at Los Alamos in a position to have an informed opinion agreed that without Oppenheimer's extraordinary leadership, atomic bombs would not have been completed in time to be used during the war.
lux wrote:This clip says a guy named Ben Benjamin did the photography and makes no mention of Berlyn Brixner.
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