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Sioux Falls Free Thinkers endorse World's Biggest Bomb for exposing
the U.S. military cover-up of the fact that Soviet Union scientists
were able to design one 3 times more powerful than our
scientists could. We simply had to give up.

World's Biggest Bomb

World's Biggest Bomb (2011) - 60 minutes
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Against the backdrop of the Cold War, American and Soviet scientists engaged in a dangerous race to see who could build and detonate the world's largest bomb. The epic results exceeded all expectations as both sides blindly pushed the boundaries of technology far into unknown territory.

On March 1, 1954, the U.s. conducted the "castle Bravo" hydrogen bomb test. It unleashed a fifteen megaton explosion - three times larger than expected - that vaporized three entire coral islands and sent ash 100,00 feet in the air. After the disaster, the U.S. refocused its efforts on smaller, more precise bombs.

The Soviet Union, however, continued to build massive devices capable of destroying entire cities. The Soviet bomb program reached its zenith above the north European island of Novaya Zemlya. When the 50-megaton Tsar bomb was detonated it sent a shock wave three times around the world. But how were the Soviets able to detonate such a cataclysmic device without fear of nuclear fallout?

The story of the race to build the World's Biggest Bomb has never been fully told. But its fifty year anniversary (2011) provides the perfect opportunity to share this chilling story with the world.

3-20-17 Exposed: Soviet cover-up of nuclear fallout worse than Chernobyl
Exposed: Soviet cover-up of nuclear fallout worse than Chernobyl
A first look at a top secret report shows that Moscow scientists studied the impacts of nuclear bomb tests on civilians, but the results were never made public. It was a nuclear disaster four times worse than Chernobyl in terms of the number of cases of acute radiation sickness, but Moscow’s complicity in covering up its effects on people’s health has remained secret until now. We knew that in August 1956, fallout from a Soviet nuclear weapons test at Semipalatinsk in Kazakhstan engulfed the Kazakh industrial city of Ust-Kamenogorsk and put more than 600 people in hospital with radiation sickness, but the details have been sketchy. After seeing a newly uncovered report, New Scientist can now reveal that a scientific expedition from Moscow in the aftermath of the hushed-up disaster uncovered widespread radioactive contamination and radiation sickness across the Kazakh steppes. The scientists then tracked the consequences as nuclear bomb tests continued — without telling the people affected or the outside world. The report by scientists from the Institute of Biophysics in Moscow was found in the archive of the Institute of Radiation Medicine and Ecology (IRME) in Semey, Kazakhstan. “For many years, this has been a secret,” says the institute’s director Kazbek Apsalikov, who found the report and passed it on to New Scientist.


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World's Biggest Bomb

Sioux Falls Free Thinkers endorse World's Biggest Bomb for exposing
the U.S. military cover-up of the fact that Soviet Union scientists
were able to design one 3 times more powerful than our
scientists could. We simply had to give up.