“In Hiroshima I was prepared for radically different sights. But, to my surprise, Hiroshima looked exactly like all the other burned-out cities in Japan. There was a familiar pink blot, about two miles in diameter.
It was dotted with charred trees and telephone poles. Only one of the cities twenty bridges was down. Hiroshima’s clusters of modern buildings in the downtown section stood upright. It was obvious that the blast could not have been so powerful as we had been led to believe. It was extensive blast rather than intensive.
I had heard of buildings instantly consumed by unprecedented heat. Yet here I saw the buildings structurally intact, and what is more, topped by undamaged flag poles, lightning rods, painted railings, air raid precaution signs and other comparatively fragile objects. At the T-bridge, the aiming point for the atomic bomb, I looked for the “bald spot” where everything presumably had been vaporized in the twinkling of an eye. It wasn’t there or anywhere else.
I could find no traces of unusual phenomena.
What I did see was in substance a replica of Yokohama or Osaka, or the Tokyo suburbs – the familiar residue of an area of wood and brick houses razed by uncontrollable fire. Everywhere I saw the trunks of charred and leafless trees, burned and unburned chunks of wood. The fire had been intense enough to bend and twist steel girders and to melt glass until it ran like lava – just as in other Japanese cities. The concrete buildings nearest to the center of explosion, some only a few blocks from the heart of the atom blast, showed no structural damage.
Even cornices, canopies and delicate exterior decorations were intact. Window glass was shattered, of course, but single-panel frames held firm; only window frames of two or more panels were bent and buckled. The blast impact therefore could not have been unusual.” -Major Alexander Seversky
Aerial view of central Hiroshima before fire bombing
If we go back to the pre-Hiroshima nuke propaganda, we find talk of areas being urned into a glass parking lot where no life would be able to grow for the next 500 years. This obviously did not happen! Here are a few photos comparing the aftermath of a firebombing of Tokyo and the aftermath of the nuclear bombing of Hiroshima. Are they very different other than that of the larger Tokyo having more surviving buildings? Is it possible that Hiroshima and Nagasaki were chosen as targets for this deception instead of a more strategic target like Tokyo because they were mainly filled with cheap light paper-thin wooden structures, thereby making the devastation of the firestorm appear more complete?
Tokyo, photo take March 10, 1945 after a firebombing
What If Nuclear Weapons Are Another Giant Hoax?
Hiroshima, photo taken after nuke attack
Should any buildings, bridges and trees have been left standing after a nuclear devastation? Where is this glass parking lot?
Hiroshima aftermath, ground view
Hiroshima aftermath, poles and trees
Well folks it appears another massive lie has been propagated and propagandized into our minds through the mass education/indoctrination system.
Much evidence suggesting that the United States never dropped nuke bombs, (one uranium, one plutonium) is emering. Watch this short clip from a 1945 newsreel and you cannot see any difference between the U.S. fire carpet bombing 62 cities directly before Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
No Remaining Radiation in Nuked Cities. Why?
Burchett’s reference to the atomic plague immediately moved the War Department into action. At first they ordered Burchett to leave Japan. Then the camera he had used in Hiroshima mysteriously disappeared. The US occupation authorities claimed that Burchett had been taken in by Japanese propaganda about radiation. 
They decided to let him stay in Japan and opted instead to deal with his charges about atomic sickness by simply denying that radiation had caused any problems. As a result, a New York Times reporter who had a week earlier reported witnessing sickness and death due to the lingering effects of the atomic bomb simply reversed the truth.
He now reported that according to the head of the US atomic mission to Japan the bomb had not produced any “dangerous, lingering radioactivity.”  The Washington Post uncritically noted that the atomic mission staff had been unable to find any Japanese person suffering from radiation sickness.  (Source)
Now the fact that both cities are flourishing with no evidence of prolonged rates of cancer or radioactivity, which should be increasing yearly due to the nuke bombing 75 years ago.
“For all other cancers, incidence increase did not appear until around ten years after the attacks. The increase was first noted in 1956 and soon after tumor registries were started in both Hiroshima and Nagasaki to collect data on the excess cancer risks caused by the radiation exposure.
The most thorough study regarding the incidence of solid cancer (meaning cancer that is not leukemia) was conducted by a team led by Dale L. Preston of Hirosoft International Corporation and published in 2003.
The study estimated the attributable rate of radiation exposure to solid cancer to be significantly lower than that for leukemia—10.7%.
According to the RERF, the data corroborates the general rule that even if someone is exposed to a barely survivable whole-body radiation dose, the solid cancer risk will not be more than five times greater than the risk of an unexposed individual.
….One of the most immediate concerns after the attacks regarding the future of both Hiroshima and Nagasaki was what health effects the radiation would have on the children of survivors conceived after the bombings.
So far, no radiation-related excess of disease has been seen in the children of survivors, though more time is needed to be able to know for certain.
In general, though, the healthfulness of the new generations in Hiroshima and Nagasaki provide confidence that, like the oleander flower, the cities will continue to rise from their past destruction.
Perhaps most reassuring of this is the view of the cityscapes themselves. Among some there is the unfounded fear that Hiroshima and Nagasaki are still radioactive; in reality, this is not true.”
To drive home the point that radiation was not a problem, General Groves invited thirty reporters out to the New Mexico site where the bomb had first been tested two months earlier.
This effort paid off with a banner headline in the New York Times: “U.S. Atom Bomb Site Belies Tokyo Tales; Tests on New Mexico Range Confirm That Blast, and Not Radiation, Took Toll,” 
Life magazine concluded after the escorted tour in New Mexico that no Japanese person could have died as a result of lingering radiation.
Radiation Should Continue to be Increasing in Hiroshima and Nagasaki, but it’s NOT!
“The atomic bomb that detonated over Hiroshima used Uranium-235, while the Nagasaki bomb had Plutonium-239. The half-life of U-235 is 700 million years, while that of Pu-239 is 24,000 years.
In other words, once on the ground, they will be there for a very long time. I thus again visited both peace parks to get to the bottom of all this.
I asked for and received several pages from the Hiroshima Peace Museum regarding this issue. To quote:
“Today, the background radiation in Hiroshima and Nagasaki is the same as the average amount of natural radiation present anywhere on Earth. It is not enough to affect human health.”
Part of the answer is that these bombs exploded high up in the air and all the radioactive material blew or rained away… somewhere. I guess.
But, Little Boy over Hiroshima was only about 1% efficient, so what happened to the 139 pounds of the U-235 that were particularized? From all reports, the plume dissipated over land and sea. Same for Nagasaki and the 12 pounds of Pu-239 particles.
There was a slight increase of leukemia in the Nagasaki region, but no additional incidence of cancers anywhere in and around Hiroshima.
Thus, contrary to any kind of logical sense, while the high altitude (1968 feet for Hiroshima and 1800 feet for Nagasaki) of the nuclear explosions immediately killed 200,000 people, these cities soon became safe, and are thriving today.
I’m still wondering why.
The reasons most of these and many more pictures by LIFE photographers on the ground in both Hiroshima and Nagasaki were never published have largely been lost or simply forgotten over the intervening seven decades.
First Reports of Nuke Bombing Reported
The first photograph of Japanese victims appeared in Life magazine about two months after the end of the war.  But the magazine used a caption to undercut the power of the photos. The caption stated that the photographer “reported that [the] injuries looked like those he had seen when he photographed men burned at Pearl Harbor.”  For the most part, photographs of the human cost of the atomic bombings seldom appeared in the American media until the 1950s,  by which time they would have had little influence on nuclear policy, which had fully absorbed nuclear arms and power into American military planning and civilian life.
Said to be Atomic blast of Nagasaki yet clearly shows two separate bomb clouds
Of course, one of them must be fake. Or perhaps – uh…- could both be? To those unfamiliar with photo-analyses: Note that the background in the pictures has evidently moved – meaning the 2 shots (if real) must have been snapped at different moments in time(as the airplane moved along). Now, look at the mushroom cloud in the foreground: It is identical in shape. Enough said? Or are you willing to believe that the mushroom cloud’s shape remained static between the two shots? Or that the two shots were captured by two photographers – at the exact same moment in time?
More Hype and Propaganda from Life Magazine
“In the following waves [after the initial blast] people’s bodies were terribly squeezed, then their internal organs ruptured. Then the blast blew the broken bodies at 500 to 1,000 miles per hour through the flaming, rubble-filled air. Practically everybody within a radius of 6,500 feet was killed or seriously injured and all buildings crushed or disemboweled.” — From the article “Atom Bomb Effects,” LIFE magazine, 3/11/1946
“In Hiroshima, 30 days after the first atomic bomb destroyed the city and shook the world, people are still dying, mysteriously and horribly—people who were uninjured in the cataclysm—from an unknown something which I can only describe as the atomic plague.
The Atomic Bomb hoax 1945-2015
|Today 25460 days have passed since the first media fake propaganda about the Hiroshima atomic bomb was published by the USA during WW2.|
After a while the crazy but law abiding physicists got serious and believed their own lies and started to teach them as truths at universities. Internal criticism was no longer possible. You had to believe or you were not part of the gang(sters). It is against the law to tell otherwise!
The US Atomic Energy Act of 1946 (and its revisions) charges the US Atomic Energy Commission (AEC), and later the US Department of Energy (DoE), with regulating restricted data wherever it appears and wherever it comes from, i.e. control of information. In plain language – censorship!
The restricted data clause of the US Atomic Energy Act specifies that all nuclear weapons-related information is to be considered classified unless explicitly declassified, and makes no distinction about whether said information was created in a laboratory by a government scientist or anywhere else in the world by private citizens (sic).
Thus nuclear weapons information is born secret according to the US law.
The US authorities don’t have any choice in the matter 2015. Therefore all information that a-bombs are fake are effectively censored in the USA. It seems this web page has been overlooked by DoE … and that I am in breach with the law. And you the readers are also at risk! You are reading classified information.
The hoax works today 70 years later by keeping plenty silly, unintelligent, opportunistic people occupied. It is a criminal threat. And now terrorists may use them! What a crazy world.
Go Team USA! We Kill ’em Better Than Anyone Else! Yea!
Killing poor, unarmed civilians were common practice during WW2 by terrorists on both sides but the allies were in the lead. A typical US bomber run on a civilian, non-military Japanese town, and there were many, would be made at night, at low altitude and deliver a mixture of high explosive and incendiary bombs. The objective was to turn the closely-packed, wooden homes and buildings prevalent in Japanese cities into raging infernos and ultimately into the most destructive of all weapons – the fire storm. Tokyo on the night of March 9-10, 1945 is a typical example.
B-29s was unleashed – each plane stripped of ammunition for its machine guns to allow it to carry more fire bombs. The lead attackers arrived over the city just after dark and were followed by a procession of death that lasted until dawn. The fires started by the initial raiders could be seen from 150 miles away. The results were devastating: almost 17 square miles of the city were reduced to ashes. Estimates of the number of defenceless civilians, mostly elderly, women and children killed range between 80 000 and 200 000. The young men were evidently not at home but served in the armed forces. The industry was located far away. The military value of the fire bombing raids was zero.
Good Source of More Info
Galen Winsor is a nuclear physicist of renown who worked at, and helped design, nuclear power plants in Hanford, WA; Oak Ridge, TN; Morris, IL, San Jose, CA; Wimington, NJ. Among his positions of expertise he was in charge of measuring and controlling the nuclear fuel inventory and storage.
He completely blows the lid off the idea of “nuclear meltdown” or “nuclear waste,” it simply does not exist, he even eats a good portion of live radioactive waste on video and claims to have been doing it for years! In this excellent presentation Galen shows that fear of nuclear radiation has been greatly exaggerated to scare people and so a few powerful organizations can maintain total control of the world’s most valuable power resource:
] Hiroshima and Nagasaki. These events have been given an almost surreal significance; we have collected together threads on the topic, which completely debunk the official lies. Click here for our forum on Hiroshima and Nagasaki and the US bombing
Issues include in no particular order:
• First report by John Hersey, in a special edition of the New Yorker. His piece on Hiroshima filled the entire issue – and was published in 1946, many months later than the bombing. Here it is – 1946 Hersey piece, and comments
• The antennae on the supposed bombs: The antennae on the claimed bombs would not have worked
• The Norden bombsight error radius: as supposedly used by Ferebee, had an error radius bigger than the entire town The Norden bombsight as supposedly used by Ferebee in the Enola Gay, had an error radius bigger than the entire town
• Tibbets’ accounts are contradictory – see the section on the Enola Gay, the bombing plane that supposedly bombed Hiroshima. Click here for detailed analysis of newsreel and propaganda footage at the time: Enola Gay plane, crew, Tinian, testimony and evidence
• The airplane supposedly sent specifically to collect data, didn’t
• We note the small number of photos of the supposedly hugely significant ‘mushroom cloud’ from the ground in Japan, and anomalies in the very few photos. The Japanese were technologically advanced; where are the photographs and films?
• Generally, note how few photos there are, and how unconvincing they are even the ‘declassified’ ones – the photographs and films, and even drawings, are unconvincing.
• Watch for eye-witness giveaways – e.g. an extract from Osada’s book ‘Children of the A bomb’ which shows the town was firebombed e.g. an extract from Osada’s book ‘Children of the A bomb’
• Jungk’s post-war ‘Brighter than a Thousand Suns’ was a big seller. We look at problems in 1950s historical accounts: Robert Jungk’s 1956 (German) and 1958 (English translation) book ‘Brighter than a Thousand Suns’
• Fake testimony – Claud Eatherly is an example Eatherley’s book (with a foreword by ‘Gunther Anders’ who was also associated with the Bertrand Russell Peace Foundation)
• Fairly new information on the Japanese surrender, and dealing with Stalin and ending the war – this is a short Youtube Video talk by David Irving on Hiroshima’s purpose and timing http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cfunvkn4jBM
• Management of radiation scare stories has been ridiculously erratic:
. . . • “Hiroshima Study finds NO GENETIC DAMAGE” Years after – no genetic problems found in Japan!
. . . • “Hiroshima – Was there radiation, or wasn’t there?” – One or other must be a lie!
. . . • (The same confusion applies with Fukushima…) Japan’s Prime Minister says it was “a very grave crisis”; but was it?
. . . • Getting rid of witnesses? Story of the USS Indianapolis, sunk in 1945 on the way back from supposedly shipping two atom bombs; the sailors were left for days (mentioned in the film ‘Jaws’. Note: not to be confused with the Annapolis ships and seaport). Few survived, but only by chance.
• Watch for oddities in all official stories. I’m told B H Liddell Hart’s History of the Second World War remarks that no Japanese knew they’d been atom bombed until long after the end of the war. In our interpretation, of course, this is a restatement of the fact that US propaganda was responsible for the hoax.
• Here we look at the process of making up properties such a bomb should presumably have, and inconsistencies – flash, blast, heat generated, radiation, ‘mushroom cloud’, and the general lack of nuclear phenomena Inventing A bomb properties
• Media switch to friendship with Japan after the War Herman Kahn and Japan & Post-War Switch to Friendship, possibly in exchange for no staged Japanese war crimes tribunal