Skip to comments.Photographer of atomic bomb destruction dies at 96
Posted on 12/18/2005 9:12:21 AM PST by NormsRevenge
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Mandrake: "Uh, Jack, Jack, listen, tell me, tell me, Jack. When did you first... become... well, develop this theory?"
General Jack D. Ripper: "Well, I, uh... I... I... first became aware of it, Mandrake, during the physical act of love."
Group Capt. Lionel Mandrake: "Hmm."
"Besides, it's no secret that atomic bombs put out lots of contamination in the form of radiation".
Yes I do consider the above to be wrong. It's incorrect and misleading. You are trying to imply that McGovern was subject to a considerable amount of radiation from contaminated material near ground zero. The problem with your scenario is that the city of Hiroshima was not at 5,000+ ft. and was not in the core of the nuclear air bust to create a great deal of radioactive contaminated debris. You are guilty of nuclear "gossip". You don't know what you are talking about.
Incorrect and misleading? Implying considerable amount of radiation?
"Besides, it's no secret that atomic bombs put out lots of contamination in the form of radiation. The fact is, no one will probably ever know if being in that area after the fact, was the cause of his death, many years later".
You have a very wild imagination.
I must have, I always thought that:
"..atomic bombs put out lots of contamination in the form of radiation."
Was the equivalent of: "Implying considerable amount of radiation?"
Are you dyslexic, ignorant of the subject, or just stubborn when your wrong?
Have a good day buck.
You too, John.
ok... I guess.
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