Photographic evidence which validates Yamada & Jones, ORNL, 1972.

“It was expected that particulates from the fallout rain would be removed quickly from the skin and clothing of those survivors experiencing precipitation heavier than a moderate sprinkle or a light drizzle; however, anomalies have been observed which seem contrary to this assumption. Instead, some of the particulates deposited by light precipitation may have been washed into and captured by the hair and clothing where they could have become an important contributor to the dose of an individual survivor;
however, it seemed that “black” rain dose levels were extremely low for those survivors not experiencing beto-ray burns Evidence from severol ABCC medical observation histories now casts considerable doubt on the accuracy of this assumption.”

The Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum Online display contains the following page which shows photographs taken by Shigeo Hayashi, the photographer present as part of a scientific survey undertaken in Hiroshima in 1945.

The captions to the photographs on the page explain the long persistence of the residue from the black rain on clothing and objects.

Given this clear evidence and Japanese knowledge in August 1945, how could it be that the USA maintained the “theory” that residue from the black rain was not significant as a dose vector until Yamada & Jones of ORNL in 1972?

One Response to “Photographic evidence which validates Yamada & Jones, ORNL, 1972.”

  1. CaptD Says:

    History now will reveal Groves was not thinking of the public good but the Nuclear program first and foremost… He set the stage for Born Black Programs that even the POTUS has no knowledge; causing many to wonder, who really is in Charge of the USA?

    Great images on the link!

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