How Kodak Exposed The Atomic Bomb

16 sep. 2020
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Kodak detected the first atomic bomb before anyone else figured it out. Then they made a deal not to tell anyone. Thanks to HBO Max, and their new show raised by Wolves for sponsoring this video! rb.gy/alghwn
Thanks to Uranium: Twisting the Dragon's Tail for the opening clip: www.pbs.org/show/uranium-twisting-dragons-tail/
References:
Albuquerque Tribune Bulletin, July 16, 1945 - www.marshallfoundation.org/library/documents/albuquerque-tribune-bulletin-16-july-1945/
Webb, J. H. (1949). The fogging of photographic film by radioactive contaminants in cardboard packaging materials. Physical Review, 76(3), 375.
Julian Webb at Oak Ridge - Snavely, B. B. (1989). Julian H. Webb. PhT, 42(7), 87.physicstoday.scitation.org/doi/pdf/10.1063/1.2811100
Radium in watch dials - www.epa.gov/radtown/radioactivity-antiques
A 1958 video about how Kodak film is made, noting the careful monitoring of radioactive contaminants - nlworld.info/key/video/mqmbdK-yfYCel4w&ab_channel=OwenMorgan
Radioactive fallout in 1951 - www.nytimes.com/1951/02/03/archives/increased-radiation-found-in-east-laid-to-atom-tests-held-harmless.html?searchResultPosition=20
1998 senate hearing - www.govinfo.gov/content/pkg/CHRG-105shrg44045/html/CHRG-105shrg44045.htm
Institute of Medicine and National Research Council. 1999. Exposure of the American People to Iodine-131 from Nevada Nuclear-Bomb Tests: Review of the National Cancer Institute Report and Public Health Implications. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi.org/10.17226/6283. www.cancer.gov/about-cancer/causes-prevention/risk/radiation/i131-report-and-appendix
Baby Teeth Survey - Reiss, L. Z. (1961). Strontium-90 absorption by deciduous teeth. Science, 134(3491), 1669-1673.
Strontium 90 and Cancer rates - Gould, J. M., Sternglass, E. J., Sherman, J. D., Brown, J., McDonnell, W., & Mangano, J. J. (2000). Strontium-90 in deciduous teeth as a factor in early childhood cancer. International Journal of Health Services, 30(3), 515-539.
Wine forensics - Hubert, P., Perrot, F., Gaye, J., Médina, B., & Pravikoff, M. S. (2009). Radioactivity measurements applied to the dating and authentication of old wines. Comptes Rendus Physique, 10(7), 622-629. doi:10.1016/j.crhy.2009.08.007
Strontium 90 in forensics - Maclaughlin-Black, S. M., Herd, R. J., Willson, K., Myers, M., & West, I. E. (1992). Strontium-90 as an indicator of time since death: a pilot investigation. Forensic science international, 57(1), 51-56.
Research and Writing by Derek Muller, Petr Lebedev, and Jonny Hyman
Filmed and edited by Derek Muller
Animations by Iván Tello and Jonny Hyman
Music by Jonny Hyman
Additional Music from:
Epidemic Sound epidemicsound.com "Seaweed"
Kevin MacLeod incompetech.com "Lightless dawn"
Craig Conrad www.craigconard.com/royaltyfree "ASTRAL"

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  • I love how they chop off the fallout at the Canadian border at 9:11. Americans really don’t give a damn about Canada😂😂😂

    Unz MpitiUnz Mpiti3 uur geleden
  • Sure, but what about the people in countries that never performed any nuclear tests? Do the ausies, for instance, also have these radioactive particles in _their_ bones?

    SeriousLeeTVSeriousLeeTVDag geleden
  • I don't think those patterns of fallout really stopped dead at the US-Canada border like the graphic showed......

    Ken ChorneyKen Chorney2 dagen geleden
  • was i the only one who thought this had something to do with kodak black??

    Jack ShepperdJack Shepperd2 dagen geleden
  • “The Government protected rolls of film but not the lives of our kids. There is something wrong with this *picture.”* Don’t think he meant to make that joke but that’s kinda funny.

    Todd HowardTodd Howard3 dagen geleden
  • C'mon NLworld algorithm, I'm subscribed to Veritasium but Destin had to tell me to watch this via twitter?!!! Shameful...

    Beverly DoxtatorBeverly Doxtator3 dagen geleden
  • As a Canadian, Im happy that our border appeared to have stopped all the radiation!

    Givin er ehGivin er eh7 dagen geleden
  • *Radio Active Man and Fallout Boy* ... That's the first thing that came to mind when I heard radio active fallout...

    JustMoseyinAroundJustMoseyinAround7 dagen geleden
  • More People die from cancer every day than from covid-19.. so, why should they care now.

    MaxxermaximusMaxxermaximus8 dagen geleden
  • In conclusion (about cancer): by quoting Steve Hughes - Governments "run around the world, dropping depleted uranium around the earth, let nukes off under the sea and the rest of us, what we gonna do: sit at home, with a special light bulb, and a shopping Bag For Life" :/ nlworld.info/key/video/l2iHh9nbpIVif3w

    nomadnomad9 dagen geleden
  • Is this why Kodak stock spiked lol

    MyPetEskimoMyPetEskimo9 dagen geleden
  • It was not an atomic bomb, but an atomic device. Very common mistake ;)

    Marcin WolskiMarcin Wolski9 dagen geleden
  • let's not justify military industrial complex, ever

    sieciehsiecieh10 dagen geleden
    • @FlyingSavannahs oh yeah your ego is more important, sorry.

      sieciehsiecieh7 dagen geleden
    • So much for my 30+ year career supporting the American soldier. Sorry.

      FlyingSavannahsFlyingSavannahs7 dagen geleden
  • Height of hypocrisy.. worried about health complications in US kids but completely ignoring long lasting devastation in places where bombs were actually dropped.

    Osama SajidOsama Sajid10 dagen geleden
    • It IS just a US problem. Look how the map of fallout spread over North America stops at the Canadian border! They don't have any radiation from us.

      FlyingSavannahsFlyingSavannahs7 dagen geleden
  • Such an interesting topic

    Usually leaves negative commentsUsually leaves negative comments10 dagen geleden
  • C'mon NLworld algorithm, I'm subscribed to Veritasium but Destin had to tell me to watch this via twitter?!!! Shameful...

    FezRezFezRez11 dagen geleden
  • Wow, this video wasn't competently unsettling at all...

    MircoMirco12 dagen geleden
  • a bet you a lot of viewers got out of it only that goverment is evil and they should vote trump. thats what scares me

    Dmytro PickyDmytro Picky12 dagen geleden
    • The strontium in my bones wholeheartedly supported the strontium in Joe Biden's bones!

      FlyingSavannahsFlyingSavannahs7 dagen geleden
  • wow kodak had some brilliant physicists lol

    Dmytro PickyDmytro Picky12 dagen geleden
  • It makes me mad that Kodak has a scientist. It's amazing what we can achieve when money is on the line.

    Adam SchlinkerAdam Schlinker12 dagen geleden
  • this video should have been sponsored by Kodak.

    drzeworyjdrzeworyj13 dagen geleden
  • United States, or how to become successful at killing in white gloves or with drones (but always with a shiny smile to keep off that moral disgust). there's an interesting book by Peter Watson called 'Fallout: Conspiracy, Cover-Up, and the Deceitful Case for the Atom Bomb'.

    drzeworyjdrzeworyj13 dagen geleden
  • Why not put some radioactive isotopes in the forgeries.

    Oh yeah yeahOh yeah yeah13 dagen geleden
  • From india

    Harendra MusicsHarendra Musics13 dagen geleden
  • I wasnt expecting the realization that im a mutant monstrosity at the end of the video. i am strontium man

    Team Double FluffyTeam Double Fluffy14 dagen geleden
  • 10:05 "I think what was wrong was not enough was known about the dangers of radiation" THAT WAS YOUR TAKEAWAY FROM THIS HEARING? No. PLENTY was known. We knew that we did NOT know the dangers. No, the problem is that warmongers & financiers did not CARE about the dangers of radiation to the general populace. This sort of cannibalism & sacrifice of the working class persists in the US to this day.

    Kyle StonerKyle Stoner15 dagen geleden
  • 9:06 Thank goodness the radiation stayed out of Canada mostly. *sarcasm*

    Steve WaldenSteve Walden15 dagen geleden
    • See, this wasn't our fault! It was the Soviets that released the fallout around the world, not us. O Canada! Our non-radiative land...

      FlyingSavannahsFlyingSavannahs7 dagen geleden
  • Can't the government be charged with murder? I mean how many people did in fact die due to the radiation from these tests? A fraction of the tests were scientific, the rest was to fuel a trigger happy government, dropping nukes, even on their own people... And then they accuse other nations of being the bad guys...damn.

    Ettienne VorsterEttienne Vorster15 dagen geleden
  • Not gonna lie, when I read "exposed the Atomic Bomb" i though you were gonna talk about how they captured the bomb explosion on camera. Not that they single handedly figured out the Atom Bomb was a thing and effecting the United States as a whole.

    Dustin FreezeDustin Freeze15 dagen geleden
  • 9:00 very kind of the US government to stop the fallout from crossing the Canadian border

    Boos LEBoos LE16 dagen geleden
  • Back in the days, we thought radiation would give cool mutations, like an extra head or claws or superstrength. Instead, we got cancer...

    morphman86morphman8616 dagen geleden
  • The irradiated states match up pretty nicely with Trump's states on the 2020 election map... Porbably a coincidence, but just saying.

    J MondragonJ Mondragon17 dagen geleden
    • This correlation seems very plausible. The map overlay is conveniently too similar. Now I have no basis of proof to this cause and effect, but the similarity can be related to a possible change in the bodies of these predominantly affected areas. Now based on the time period, you can also presume most that were affect by these events would currently constitute the main bulk of the current voters. Basically anyone born before the 80s. Some sort of hormonal or biological shift caused by fallout could have serious neurological and psychological implications such as the thyroid issues explained in this video. I'm not going to go into all the facets that diferenciate one mindset or an other. Although I will point towards "why trumps tweets work, W Stephen Fry" from Pindex that explains some part of this quite eloquently. Things such as the observed enlarged amygdala present in most republican and Conservative mindsets. May, perhaps be related in these overlapping States. As a caveat to this remember, the idea to relate these 2 extremely complex biological and sociopolitical constructs, is in no way an easy task, to which niether of us have sufficient information to affirm. Hopefully we could see an episode covering this idea in future. Although for now I'd recommend watching "simulation of the evolution of agression" from Primer. Then reading further into game theory with a follow-up of veritasiums coverage over mandelbrot, biffurcation, universality and chaos theory.

      Mikaël HernandezMikaël Hernandez14 dagen geleden
  • Of course- the ole cerium 141 contaminant. I am constantly amazed at humanity’s ingenuity.

    llamabaitllamabait17 dagen geleden
  • what if all those lung cancer deaths that people thought was from cigarettes was actually amplified 10000x by strontium 90 in the area at the time....

    Paul DerrickPaul Derrick17 dagen geleden
  • "Exposed" Ha! I see what you did there....good one.

    TrongsUtensilTrongsUtensil17 dagen geleden
  • The hardest thing for me to wrap my mind around is that the United States has detonated over 1,000 nuclear bombs. I think it's easy to perceive that there have been only a handful, the ones dropped in World War II and a few tests since, but that's far from the truth. Close to 2,000 nuclear bombs have ever been detonated globally that we know of. That's a lot of radiation.

    jon rodriguezjon rodriguez17 dagen geleden
  • "The government protected rolls of film, but not the lives of our kids. There's something wrong with this picture." He was THIS close to realizing that the government is not interested in the wellbeing of average citizens, but decided to go with a pun instead.

    jon rodriguezjon rodriguez17 dagen geleden
    • A pun or double entendre?

      FlyingSavannahsFlyingSavannahs7 dagen geleden
  • Looking at that map of fallout in the US, I can only say that I'm very glad that my parents grew up in the Pacific Northwest. It seems logical that people living in that area back then got less exposure than most of the rest of the US.

    Glenn AllenGlenn Allen17 dagen geleden
  • Ok, now I understand why so many people in America buy into conspiracy theories. After learning that these kind of secrets were kept, it's easy to think that there are more.

    WombatWombat17 dagen geleden
  • "theres something wrong with this picture" ... 👌😅

    Matthew ArendseMatthew Arendse18 dagen geleden
  • Well thats just Americans and japan that have those fragments... realises I was born relatively close to Chernobyl. Damit!

    AnadiaSharkAnadiaShark18 dagen geleden
    • the soviet union and china also tested hundreds of atom bombs within their borders during the 60s and 70s. the whole world has been afftected by this, not just the US.

      Dylan SheanDylan Shean17 dagen geleden
  • US is not the only country that nuclear test, can you explain how other countries can do it and yet we did not hear or raise any concern, countries like the Soviet Union, China, France and many more

    Mokhtar SairiMokhtar Sairi18 dagen geleden
  • All the people who elected Trump make sense now, just compare the states voting for trump an the states contaminated by the fallout 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

    ShlonzsShlonzs18 dagen geleden
    • Red states down to their bones!

      FlyingSavannahsFlyingSavannahs7 dagen geleden
    • Yea that fallout map looks pretty familiar lmao

      Kyle StonerKyle Stoner15 dagen geleden
  • Amazing video! Just the other day, I was quoting your "Misconceptions about Temperature" video to my friends :D We were trying to figure out if a pot of water would come to a boil if the stove was on at 37*c and the heat transfer rate between the water and the air was slower that the rate between the heat source and the pot. (The real example was if the human body could boil a pot of water, but we focused on heat transfer rates) :D

    Vivek PatelVivek Patel18 dagen geleden
  • "The government protected rolls of film, but not the lives of our kids. There's something wrong with this picture." He was THIS close to realizing that the government is not interested in the wellbeing of average citizens, but decided to go with a pun instead.

    Jule PalmeroJule Palmero18 dagen geleden
  • As a canadian, I am glad that the fallout never manage to get over the border.

    Laurent-Pierre Marcoux-RiverinLaurent-Pierre Marcoux-Riverin19 dagen geleden
  • What a despicable act by this government.. Shameful. What is a government without the people??

    SavSav19 dagen geleden
    • The Matrix.

      FlyingSavannahsFlyingSavannahs7 dagen geleden
  • "How Kodak Exposed The Atomic Bomb" Well technically it was the atomic bomb that exposed Kodak's film...

    rum102lar ;kom'modrum102lar ;kom'mod19 dagen geleden
    • So I guess Kodak "developed" the atomic bomb! Petition the government to change Manhattan Project to Rochester Project!

      FlyingSavannahsFlyingSavannahs7 dagen geleden
  • 7:30 interesting how it just stopped at the Canadian border.

    J AJ A19 dagen geleden
  • excellent video.

    natedogbfdnatedogbfd20 dagen geleden
  • Only the US would nuke itself 1000x .

    protic4protic420 dagen geleden
  • The government told us Covid was no big deal. Why were they hiding that?

    Bruce BaurBruce Baur20 dagen geleden
  • Isnt that area still radioactive?

    Netkiller3714Netkiller371420 dagen geleden
  • Why explosion on 3:40 is so hexagonal?

    pumbuspumbus20 dagen geleden
  • Do you think it's possible light travels at different speeds in opposite directions? nlworld.info/key/video/0YyfaKran5ljbaI

    Bee LuzBee Luz20 dagen geleden
  • Phew, at least it stopped dead at the Canadian border so we’re good 😅.

    That GuyThat Guy20 dagen geleden
  • Did anyone else think this video was about how Kodak exposed the film for the nuclear tests?

    Llama KingLlama King20 dagen geleden
  • 6:43 Why does Kodak have the Eye Of Sauron on their roof?

    DialupdudeDialupdude20 dagen geleden
    • Looks more like a zit on Gothmog's armpit. Did you watch the movies from 3 miles away or something?

      FlyingSavannahsFlyingSavannahs7 dagen geleden
  • In the upper Midwest, winter weather reports would advise "not to eat new snow" as it could be radioactive. During snowstorms, kids playing outside would often catch fresh falling snow on the tongue .

    Forward PlansForward Plans20 dagen geleden
  • So, new plot device in the next time-travel movie: expose the real age of the traveler using radiation analysis.

    Evan PedersonEvan Pederson20 dagen geleden
  • Damn Kodak Black smart! He can rap pretty well too.

    Deal WithitDeal Withit20 dagen geleden
  • The independent truth often fissions real interests or historic, or sometimes a well grounded pride. Long half-live to it.

    Martin FrattiniMartin Frattini20 dagen geleden
  • One of the reasons I'm happy I'm not American 👍🏽

    Zolani ZweniZolani Zweni20 dagen geleden
  • I can see by your coat, you’re from the other side. All, I want to know now, is, “who won?” “Wooden Ships”, Jefferson Airplane, Also Crosby, Stills, Nash, and (Young?)

    Too Tall Jim From GA.Too Tall Jim From GA.21 dag geleden
    • There seems to be music and lyrics, for almost every human created idea, thought, and feeling. Without the draft, most of it is never exposed(sic) to light of day, because to “some”, young folks, if it doesn’t affect me it doesn’t matter. Albeit my sons are now the conservatives in the family. But that’s OK, because at least they see or, are aware of problems, I don’t see or am aware of.

      Too Tall Jim From GA.Too Tall Jim From GA.21 dag geleden
  • Boomers in the 40's: We love our government. Good thing they're not like those damn Commies, keeping secrets from us. *Oh, also, what was that huge explosion that's making our photos and water tingly?* The government: Don't worry about it. :)

    eat hot chip and lieeat hot chip and lie21 dag geleden
    • You’re not that smart are you? Boomers weren’t born yet until 1946.....it’s the 2 generations before that did this. If anything, the “Boomers” were the victims...as the were only children up until 1964

      Ying N YangYing N Yang15 dagen geleden
  • Mmm surprised you did not say how the us government gave kodak radioactive material to keep to stay quiet. I believe they had radioactive material sitting in a bunker up till the 90s if i recall correctly before kodak decommissioned it.

    Moe LesterMoe Lester21 dag geleden
  • It's really good that the radioactive fallout ended at the Canadian border like that. Imagine how rude it would be if the US also contaminated another country and ally like that?

    DrMrManGuyDrMrManGuy21 dag geleden
  • Me: takes notes

    pamela angelapamela angela21 dag geleden
  • I'm just reading The Triumph Of Doubt from David Michaels and I STRONGLY recommend it to those, who want to know more about the regulation system in the US. It is mind boggling what unresponsible individuals are capable of when given power over important decisions.

    Josef HůlaJosef Hůla21 dag geleden
  • Oh hey this seems to show conclusive evidence of the Gov't disregarding the public interest in favor of some dark agenda. Who woulda thought?

    FailedSquareFailedSquare21 dag geleden
  • Beautiful animations!

    waauuwaauu21 dag geleden
  • Creepy Kodak Fun Fact: from 1974 until 2006, Kodak checked products for impurities and did neutron radiography testing using a device only a handful of employees knew about - an on-site reactor loaded with three and a half pounds of enriched uranium. The reactor was located at Kodak's headquarters in Rochester, New York. To this day, the specifics of how they set up their reactor and got their hands on the uranium is unknown. 😬

    TheStockwellTheStockwell21 dag geleden
    • @Kujo ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­ I think there's only one way to enrich and/or refine it, however. 😐

      TheStockwellTheStockwell20 dagen geleden
    • uranium can be made a good few ways.

      Kujo ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­Kujo ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­20 dagen geleden
  • The hardest thing for me to wrap my mind around is that the United States has detonated over 1,000 nuclear bombs. I think it's easy to perceive that there have been only a handful, the ones dropped in World War II and a few tests since, but that's far from the truth. Close to 2,000 nuclear bombs have ever been detonated globally that we know of. That's a lot of radiation.

    Archie DeguerroArchie Deguerro21 dag geleden
  • jesus christ no wonder trump is president. our country was made retarded by nuclear energy, or given cancer

    medusa littlemedusa little21 dag geleden
  • The hardest thing for me to wrap my mind around is that the United States has detonated over 1,000 nuclear bombs. I think it's easy to perceive that there have been only a handful, the ones dropped in World War II and a few tests since, but that's far from the truth. Close to 2,000 nuclear bombs have ever been detonated globally that we know of. That's a lot of radiation.

    Ebony HendersonEbony Henderson21 dag geleden
  • This may seem a minor quibble, but how do you end up pronouncing _Cesium_ (see -zee-uhm) as "sear-ee-uhm". Personally, I don't see an 'R' anywhere.

    Stephen MacuchStephen Macuch22 dagen geleden
  • the government protected rolls of film, but not the lives of our kids. there is something wrong with this picture. man, the level of the puns back then was really something else. respect.

    Noelia SpinkaNoelia Spinka22 dagen geleden
  • I live in Vincennes In, 47591 been here my entire life and had no clue this was part of history. This is so beyond mind blowing, to think this small town supplied Kodak...crazy

    OnEfoRAllOnEfoRAll22 dagen geleden
  • the government protected rolls of film, but not the lives of our kids. there is something wrong with this picture. man, the level of the puns back then was really something else. respect.

    thanh nguyenthanh nguyen22 dagen geleden
  • Judging from the maps though it seems that the nuclear fallout was at least polite enough to not cross the border into Canada.

    SanderSander22 dagen geleden
  • Forget political party.. This should cement for you to not trust a Govt that is not accountable to the very people it is supposed to serve.

    Graph GuyGraph Guy22 dagen geleden
  • All the 2 headed rabbits Iv'e seen living in Nevada make so much sense now.

    tets mcalfytets mcalfy22 dagen geleden
  • This video hits a hell of a lot harder when you just survived bone cancer...

    Butters S ChristopherButters S Christopher22 dagen geleden
    • . . . and you're cutting and pasting a comment made two weeks earlier. 😐

      TheStockwellTheStockwell21 dag geleden
  • 9:00 very kind of the US government to stop the fallout from crossing the Canadian border

    Evan OukEvan Ouk22 dagen geleden
  • but to determine age of skeleton they need to know were that person lived and what intake or radioactive elements would that person have and also how old in time of death... so how do they do it?

    Jebi SeJebi Se22 dagen geleden
  • "The government protected rolls of film, but not the lives of our kids. There's something wrong with this picture." He was THIS close to realizing that the government is not interested in the wellbeing of average citizens, but decided to go with a pun instead.

    Tom SdralisTom Sdralis22 dagen geleden
    • He did know that, it was a statement meant to make individuals 'sit' on it.

      Zeke CZeke C21 dag geleden
  • How nice of the US to stop fallout at the Canadian border......

    Johan BosJohan Bos22 dagen geleden
  • Dear Mr. Host, have you ever heard of dry cleaners or a device called an "iron"?

    PO GPO G22 dagen geleden
  • A few corrections by an actual nuke. Radium does NOT glow unless there is a massive enough quantity to cause Cerencov radiation (blue light generated when a particle exceeds the speed of light in the medium, in this case, air. an optical shock wave) Even then the glow is faint. Radium dials and watches glowed brightly because the radium is mixed with silver-activated zinc sulfide. ZnS absorbs an alpha particle, is excited to a higher energy state and when it falls back to the ground energy state, it gives off that characteristic green glow. Regarding alleged deaths from I-131 contamination of milk, the 8000 excess deaths were determined by using the long discredited Linear No Threshold (LNT). Here is an analogy I like to use to show how silly this theory is. Suppose I took a bullet and gently tapped you on the chest until I had delivered 1000 ft-lbs. Other than being annoyed, you'd still be perfectly alive and OK. If I delivered that same energy all at once as a rifle shot to the chest, you'd be dead. The LNT says that any amount of radiation, regardless of the speed delivered (dose rate) is harmful. So back to our analogy. Using the LNT theory, after I had tapped your chest enough to deliver 1000 ft-lbs, you'd be dead. Absurd, isn't it. I could find no raw data on the net so I did a few back-of-the-matchbook calculations and using a Gaussian distribution of the dose delivered to the children, I estimate the true death rate to be less than 500, probably less than 200. The panty-wetters will whine that "that's 200 too many". I wonder what the death and disablement statistics were for Polio back then. The model that best fits the evidence is the radiation hormesis theory. This theory states that low level radiation exposure, especially if it is chronic, is actually good for the person. There is a threshold above which the radiation again becomes harmful. Probably the greatest example of this is the famous radioactive high rise apartments in Taiwan. A cancer therapy source had been illegally disposed of in a scrap metal stream. This scrap was melted and extruded into I-beams. Several high rise apartment buildings were built from these I-beams. The radiation dose was very high. It was discovered about 10 years (about 2 half-lives for cobalt-60) later when an occupant took a roll of film to be developed but the radiation had fogged it to black. Google "Taiwan radioactive buildings" for more info. The interesting thing was, when they studied the population, some of which had lived there the entire 10 years, the cancer rates of all types were DRAMATICALLY lower than the general population. The LNT still hangs on simply because so many people are making so much money from it.

    NeonJohnNeonJohn23 dagen geleden
  • OMG I just got the fallout3 trinity tower reference after 14 years

    antony lawsonantony lawson23 dagen geleden
  • the government protected rolls of film, but not the lives of our kids. there is something wrong with this picture. man, the level of the puns back then was really something else. respect.

    Dorthy AndersonDorthy Anderson23 dagen geleden
  • Seeing the bomb peak in samples is really interesting. It's amazing how low in concentration those atoms can be detected.

    Ricardo PesentiRicardo Pesenti23 dagen geleden
  • Oh the US govt never ceases to amuse me!

    Sarthak RoySarthak Roy23 dagen geleden
  • So what you’re telling me is I can grow my bones into claws like Wolverine?

    ViperViper23 dagen geleden
  • I also have tritium in my system. Humble brag

    wannabeMLGprowannabeMLGpro23 dagen geleden
  • I'm suprised kodak black did such a thing

    JosephJoseph23 dagen geleden
  • At first I thought this video was going to be about how Kodak got the correct light exposure when filming the first nuclear bomb

    Thomas NeumaierThomas Neumaier23 dagen geleden
  • Do you remember the scene when Ulana Khomyuk notices there's something wrong with a measurement equipment and she starts the call chain "hey, girl, watafak, do you see what i see?"

    Ivan YaginIvan Yagin23 dagen geleden
  • long story short. US goverment kills his own childs, contanimate own food supply and destroys companies. great job USA.

    BoomixBoomix23 dagen geleden
  • Is he Sick Boy at Tehran?

    LeicaM11LeicaM1123 dagen geleden
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