A Proper Gander At Propaganda


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Little Boy: Atom Bomb Designers Considered a Test Prior To Use Unnecessary




Atom Bombs are Fake



 Enola Gay: Flies Faster Than The Speed of Lies

The official narrative has a major flaw. Little Boy took 43 seconds to fall and detonate. According to the official story, the Enola Gay could have magically flown 10 miles by the time the bomb detonated. To give you some perspective, there are 3600 seconds in an hour. At 600 mph (10 miles per minute) a airplane would need 60 seconds to travel 10 miles. This is obviously impossible and is one of many flaws we can find in these kind of narratives. History is clearly made of more lies than many of us might be inclined to believe. The Enola Gay's top speed was supposed to be 365 mph, At its top speed the Enola Gay could travel about 6 miles a minute.

"The release at 08:15 (Hiroshima time) went as planned, and the Little Boy took 43 seconds to fall from the aircraft flying at 31,060 feet (9,470 m) to the predetermined detonation height about 1,968 feet (600 m) above the city. Enola Gay traveled 11.5 mi (18.5 km) before it felt the shock waves from the blast. Although buffeted by the shock, neither Enola Gay nor The Great Artiste was damaged."

Enola Gay - Wikipedia

"Enola Gay stayed over the target area for two minutes and was ten miles away when the bomb detonated."


The Enola Gay - The Nuclear Weapon Archive


Atom Bombs are an Obvious Hoax: The Official Narrative Gives it All Away

World's First Atomic Bomb - Manhattan Project Documentary - Films