Chapter Four
THE HARMONICS OF
HIROSHIMA AND NAGASAKI
It was 1971 when I first published the fact that atomic bombs were
geometric devices that had to be detonated on specific geometric positions,
and that the timing of the detonations had to be calculated with
extreme accuracy. The process was directly related to the geometries
of the Earth and Sun positions. The problem is that of relative motion
in space, and the Earth-Sun positions create the final trigger to unlock
the atomic structure. Einstein laid down the rules when he stated that,
“all physical reality is manifested by the geometries of space and time ” .
It follows, logically, that to disrupt matter we have to arrange a geometric
system that will reverse this process.
When an atomic device is detonated on a fixed point at a testing
ground, the calculations are relatively easy but if a bomb is to be
dropped from an aircraft, the problems of geometric position and accurate
timing become much more difficult.
It amazes me that after all these years no one has asked the question,
“What about Hiroshima and Nagasaki?” If the timing had to be so
accurate, just how was it possible to drop the bomb from an aircraft and
have a successful explosion? The answers to this are on public record.
For months before the bomb drops, the especially-picked aircrews carried
out intensive training and practised dropping dummy bombs into
three-hundred-foot-diameter circles from high altitude with split-second
timing. They became very skilled at hitting the target within the
150-foot radius margin of error. This is probably close to the maximum
allowable error in order to guarantee a successful detonation.
The truth is that an atomic bomb has to be released from the aircraft
at a precalculated split second of time so that when the device has
reached the planned altitude for detonation , the Sun has moved into the
required position relative to the Earth’s surface to complete the combination
of relative motions necessary to disrupt the geometries of the
atomic structures within the critical mass.
A possible hint that accurate timing is essential for a bomb drop may
be found in what is said to be “the crazy, hit-and-miss story of why the
bomb was dropped on Nagasaki”. The only person who was on both
bombing missions over Japan was Jacob Beser. During an interview
with the Washington Post Weekly, he said that the drop on Nagasaki
actually missed the target. According to him they intended to bomb the
residential area of the city, but in fact the bomb exploded at the far end
over the Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Arsenal.
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Do the Letters of Last Resort simply tell the commander that the whole sub program is a deception (that has failed to achieve the desired deterrent effect)?

For now it remains a most useful fear generating phenomenon …

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