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Monday, September 19, 2016

BOOM in the pacific

A-bomb testing at Bikini Atoll in the Pacific

I kinda think this was hugely damaging...BOOM

Bikini Atoll — The Birthplace of Godzilla


The "Baker" explosion, a nuclear weapon test at Bikini Atoll, Micronesia, 1946.
The "Baker" explosion, a nuclear weapon test at Bikini Atoll, Micronesia, 1946. 
(Photo: U.S. Department of Defense/Public Domain

Located about halfway between Hawaii and Australia, this Micronesian Island chain should be a heavenly place on Earth. Unfortunately that is not at all the case. Its residents were forcibly relocated when the U.S. took possession of the islands in 1946, and over the next 12 years sent 23 nuclear bombs raining down on this slice of paradise, rendering it uninhabitable to this day.
During the first practical test of a hydrogen bomb at Bikini, 23 members of a Japanese fishing boat crew that were supposedly at a safe distance were contaminated by the blast, and the scandal that rocked the nation was epic. It eventually became the inspiration for the movie Godzilla, in which a radioactive monster rises from a U.S. nuclear test and attacks Japan. To this day, the islands sadly remain a paradise of staggering beauty and potential that no one can safely experience.

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