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Looking back - Trinity Site - 60 years ago

by Mac McMullen / July 16, 2005 8:24 AM PDT
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Thanks Mac,
by John Robie / July 16, 2005 11:25 AM PDT

I had not seen those before.

You in the area in July 1945, hope you don't have the lung problem.

A close friend of mine in the USAF back when they started testing the 'bomb' again in Nevada, volunteered to be one of the 100's to 'observe' the explosions from a certain distance in the 1951 tests. When he returned to our base a few months later, he described the explosions and everything that happened. I lost track of him, read a few years ago, that practically all those that participated in those test came down with cancer/lung problems attributed to the bomb.

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I remember seeing a sequence like yours
by Dragon / July 18, 2005 3:26 AM PDT

in an encyclopedia we had, only this one was an underground explosion. The first in the sequence showed the ground beginning to swell.

I just wonder what all those experiments have done to the geology of the area.

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(NT) (NT) Not much; "there's no there there." :-)
by drpruner / July 18, 2005 4:43 AM PDT
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(NT) (NT) Hey, Doc, I havent seen you around in awhile :)
by Dragon / July 19, 2005 12:19 AM PDT
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Been building Kingdom Halls.
by drpruner / July 19, 2005 8:52 AM PDT

Also just finished a three-day Bible study convention.

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Not a Dr., either:
by drpruner / July 19, 2005 9:11 AM PDT

My initials are D.R.; that has got me some high-class professional subscriptions over the years. Happy

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One could think, from your SE name
by Steven Haninger / July 19, 2005 9:39 AM PDT
In reply to: Not a Dr., either:

that you might be a tree surgeon....and I could use the help of one as most of my tree and shrub shaping winds up not being completed until I'm at least 1/2 foot below soil level.;)

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My wife just got an article in the Abq paper
by drpruner / July 20, 2005 7:56 AM PDT

when she replied to a request for interesting name stories: She works as a landscape designer! They also got a trumpet player named Bluett.

''Then Amos answered and said to Amaziah ... I was a herdsman and a nipper of figs of sycamore trees.'' (Amos 7:14) So of course I always think of him as a Pruner.
Happy

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(NT) (NT) heh heh heh...I always wondered bout the DR part
by Dragon / July 19, 2005 12:46 PM PDT
In reply to: Not a Dr., either:
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