Posts Tagged ‘The Bomb’

Four Limpet Mines

May 12, 2009

On the 18th and 19th of December 1982 four massive explosions ripped through the pipes of the unfinished reactor of the Koeberg Nuclear Power station. Umkhonto we Siswe took credit for the bombing, which caused R500 million worth of damage and set back the construction of the plant by 18 months. Rodney Wilkinson and Heather […]

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The Battle of Los Angeles

April 21, 2009

Early in the morning of February 25th 1942, a strange object drifted over Los Angeles. Two days before, a Japanese submarine had surfaced near Santa Barbara and had fired onto an oil production facility, causing very little damage, but being the first shelling on mainland USA in World War 2 it caused widespread panic along […]

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Bouvet Island

March 9, 2009

Bouvet Island is the most remote island in the world. It is located at 54°26′S 3°24′E, with its closest neighbour being over 1600 kms away. It is uninhabited, except for some lichen, seals and birds. And an automated weather station. The island is exceptionally hostile, glacial and volcanic. View Larger Map The island was first […]

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Vastrap and Operation Phenix

March 4, 2009

Vastrap was the proposed site for South Africa’s first underground nuclear test in 1977: During 1975-77 two test shafts measuring 216 and 385 meters deep were drilled at the Vastrap testing range north of Upington in the Kalahari Desert for conducting nuclear tests. A fully instrumented test cold test of the feasibility demonstrator prototype with […]

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