Time Lapse of Nuclear Explosions 1945 – 1998-by Isao Hashimoto

This map does not include any explosions after 2010

11 comments on “Time Lapse of Nuclear Explosions 1945 – 1998-by Isao Hashimoto

  1. […] Is it possible to remove this Sword of¬†Annihilation from our beautiful Earth? ______________ https://bearspawprint.wordpress.com/2013/03/15/march-15-time-lapse-of-nuclear-explosions-1945-1998-by… Time lapse of all nuclear explosions from 1945 to 1998 by Isao Hashimoto This map does not include […]

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  2. roberta4949 says:

    defintly seen this before, I am curious, I watched this documentary about cherynoble, and they sent in biologists who studied how things are faring there, I wonder why if hte animals are doing well why it is considered to dangerous forhuman? Imean if the animals are doing okay no weird mutations and such and the plants are growing abudantly why can’t humans then go ahead and live there? I mean if animals are not being harmed why would we be? or is it just a scare tactic to keep people out?

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    • The wolves fur is so toxic that to breathe in one hair or even dander (samples were taken and tested) would most likely cause cancer. Apparently the radiation is distributed in a mottled kind of way (like clouds overhead) and some spots are cleaner than others. The animals are having troubles, but the worst mutations don’t survive long enough for people to see. There are some good documentaries, including PBS and BBC. There are a few elderly people, past childbearing, who do live in the contaminated zone. No it isn’t a scare tactic. It is real. A weird laboratory in place. —-

      I watch it every once in a while to remind myself of our infinite capacity for stupid.

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      • roberta4949 says:

        you know what they say about stupid, it can’t be fixed. if the fur is so toxic how come the wolves arent being harmed I wonder. I mean wouldn’t they be full of cancer?

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        • Some are. In order to see defects, cancer, damage all or a large portion of the animals would have to be screened with lab work, imaging, and/or autopsies. No small task.

          A good friend who is a veterinarian told me that canines and other predator or pack or social animals have injuries or illness it is their instinct to conceal it as much as possible, after all that is what predators look for in prey. To a casual observer illness, even advanced cancer is not obvious. Even with people most folk cannot what or even if something is wrong with someone else. Imagine how difficult it would be if we were covered in fur or feathers and our instincts told us to hide.
          Uh oh. I’m in trouble if stupid can’t be fixed. Maybe if I don’t say anything no one else will know?

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  3. Reblogged this on bearspawprint and commented:

    History has not gone away. Been a while since I watched this, so reblogged it from the archives. Of course reactor accidents are not in this video.

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  4. ajaytao2010 says:

    I Nominate you for the Wonderful Team Member Readership Award
    Please accept & oblige.

    http://ajaytao2010.wordpress.com/2013/03/15/wonderful-team-member-readership-award/

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