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Pentagon’s Recent Release of Bikini Nuke Footage Raises Even More Doubts

from The Daily Bell:

To commemorate the seventieth anniversary of the first Bikini Atoll nuclear tests, the nonprofit National Security Archive has published declassified footage of the Able and Baker “shots” in the summer of 1946. Maritime Executive

These new photos and films of the Bikini Atoll atom bomb blast seem artifical.

The most obvious, apparent fakery can be seen in the “Baker” atom-bomb test, HERE. The nuclear blast emerges from the water (the bomb was some 30 meters down) and looks exactly like other images of nuclear explosions.

It doesn’t seem hampered by the water at all. The plumes are the same, the smoke is the same.

But it gets even stranger.

The bomb goes off with a tremendous explosion, but the ships around the explosion don’t seem to move. They don’t even rock back and forth.

Finally the wave from the blast overcomes some of them and after that the results are hidden.

Why would a bomb of that magnitude detonate without having an immediate impact on the ships around it?

Due to the shockwave, shouldn’t have been flung backward as soon as the bomb detonated?

Instead they just float until the waves actually overcome them.

Is the film in slow motion? Or parts of it?

We asked Anders Björkman for his reaction. We don’t present him as an “expert,” merely as a self-proclaimed skeptic who has strong, even shocking, opinions on these issues. You can see his interview HERE.

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3 comments to Pentagon’s Recent Release of Bikini Nuke Footage Raises Even More Doubts

  • David DeClue

    My dad was there, assigned to the USS Ralph Talbot. He came back on a liberty ship, cause the Ralph Talbot was sunk, by atomic bombs.
    He was a honest hard working EE from MIT and one of the first members of the JBS. He never ever expressed one doubt that the bombs were real or faked in any way. I think you are all practicing ” wishfull” thinking hoping the nukes will never fly

    • Ed_B

      Agreed @David

      There is zero doubt among those who are actually educated in science and engineering that atomic and hydrogen bombs are REAL. Thirty feet of water? Big deal. Compare the amount of heat being generated virtually instantaneously by an atomic blast to the heat capacity of a cylinder of water 30 feet in depth and the width of the fireball. Can we say POOF! went that water? Yes, we can.

    • Sayldog

      I know it’s all entertaining, click-bait worthy, and presented with the understanding that everybody is expected and encouraged to do their own research and reach their own conclusions, but this kind of embarrassing crap is why I no longer include links to SGT Report when trying to communicate alternative news and views to friends and family but instead link directly to choice sites. Particularly if the casual reader is just scanning the headlines, there is a discrediting pall cast upon ALL the information presented.

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