Hiroshima-nagasaki

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  1. ginger Banned Banned

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    Is time-travel possible? Like as the concepts described in movie- 'back to the future'! In world war 2, i feel that it was impossible to built nuclear weapons of high impact magnitude covering a wide area. In 1940s there were not even ICBMs, nor any capable planes to payload and attack at precision. So i think in 1965s US, china etc might had decided to sent a nuke thru time travel in 1940s carried by an F-15. Like also shown in movie 'terminator'. Even in 911, the planes might had appeared from nowhere in the sky. What do you say?
     
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  3. Read-Only Valued Senior Member

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    I thin you are being silly. The development of the A-bomb is WELL documented, the Norden Bombsight made aerial bombing VERY precise and the planes of the day were certainly capable of carrying a single nuclear device.

    In other words, I think you must be a fairly young person without any real knowledge of history. That's because you seem totally unaware of the facts I just listed.
     
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  5. ginger Banned Banned

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    Hmmm

    The norden sight was used in ww1 bomber planes which used to fly at lower altitude, slow acceleration and never had elevation. B-52s came in 1958s which were using inaccurate norden sights. There were not even anti-radiation coatings in ww2 planes.
     
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  7. Repo Man Valued Senior Member

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    There is more to being a proper troll than randomly typing gibberish you know.
     
  8. kenworth dude...**** it,lets go bowling Registered Senior Member

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    luckily i traveled back in time,witnessed the events and can verify that there was nothing suspicious about them.
     
  9. Dywyddyr Penguinaciously duckalicious. Valued Senior Member

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    The Norden was used in WW2, not WW1.
    Lower altitude, slower speeds than what? And what do you mean "elevation"?
    What do B-52s have to do with it?
    Or anti-radiation coatings?
     
  10. Read-Only Valued Senior Member

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    As I said earlier, I think we're dealing with a rather young, foolish person here.

    It's one thing to enjoy science fiction (and I do, myself) but quite another to actually believe in it !!

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  11. draqon Banned Banned

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    It would be highly energy prohibitive to send anything back in time for a such silly notion. If I was part of a future civilization and decided to do something as that...I would send thoughts instead of material back in time, less energy. Imagine a thought sent back in time into minds of people of 1950's...a thought to create nuclear bombs and use them, a thought to start the space age, and give rise to the electronics age. That would be more prudent.
     
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    The 1950s? Yeah, sure. You'd be too late on ALL of those!!

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    (Where did you study the history of technology anyway, Moscow?)

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  13. Dywyddyr Penguinaciously duckalicious. Valued Senior Member

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    Yep.

    As do I. But I like my science fiction to be at least plausible.
    Everyone knows that Hiroshima was the result of ghost exploding when it came into contact with a deck of tarot cards.
     
  14. Read-Only Valued Senior Member

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    Ouch! I'm forever getting that wrong - I keep thinking the ghost was actually that battleship from the Philadelphia Experiment.

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    Thanks for setting me straight again.

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