THIS IS EERIE… DAN MARTIN COMPARES HONSHU VS. NAGASAKI
While scrounging the web for a “nuclear attack” photo for a presentation I’ll be doing on natural and man-made disasters, I came across an unsettling picture of debris from the United States bombing of Nagasaki in 1945 (Japan was the only country in the world to have been attacked with nuclear weapons in history).
My heart skipped a beat and adrenaline surged through my body when I saw what looked to be the same exact photo I had already picked out of the aftermath of the 9.0 magnitude March 11 earthquake that hit Honshu, Japan for the “earthquake” section of my presentation. How could a scene that was photo’d over 65 years earlier show the results of an earthquake that occurred just a few months ago?
Besides the in-your-face Torii doors sticking out in each, check out the level, placement and type of debris in the area, along with the mountains in the background of each pic. The Honshu quake image (top) mirrors the Nagasaki nuclear bomb image (bottom) not only photographically and structurally, but in time as well.
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