More Than 500 Atmospheric Nuclear Tests Between 1945 and 1963

And yet we survived. In 2010, any trace amount of radiation will destroy the planet.

See anything interesting about the temperature record while atmospheric testing was going on?


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15 Responses to More Than 500 Atmospheric Nuclear Tests Between 1945 and 1963

  1. omnologos says:

    Steven! Now they’ll say that nuclear bombs are good for the planet …

    oh wait…

  2. Andy Weiss says:

    So if global warming ever becomes a problem, just set off some nukes. Sounds simple enough. It has been done before and can be done again.

  3. Bruce says:

    Global brightening, dimming and then brightening again.

    There is evidence of sunshine hours going up and down and up again in a similar fashion.

    I think much of the brightening occurred as air quality improved. But you may be right that atmospheric testing kicked up some dust.

  4. Latitude says:

    We could just use more hair spray……………

    ….and mirrored balls

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  6. Bob Lawrence says:

    Hang on… are you saying we can explain the dip in temperatures during that period through global dimming caused by nuke tests? If so, doesn’t that mean the ‘consensus’ is right on global warming?

  7. harbinger says:

    So why is it cooling at the top of the graph without the nuke tests and CO2 levels have still been rising? What? Nothing to do with CO2? Don’t believe you!

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