Albuquerque 2014
Mar 29, 2014Public
Photo: Strange very thin rock ridges somewhere between Flagstaff and Gallup.
Photo: In the beginning of the Electric Universe Conference 2014, Wallace Thornhill.
Photo: Experiments with electrostatic forces on clay, done by Billy Yelverton. The structures and shapes resemble mountains in a smaller scale. Videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmZxUBEqNwzDiXhCWFG6E6Q
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Photo: Food trucks offering a variety of excellent lunch dishes for all kinds of diets.
Photo: My airbnb home for the week in Albuquerque NM.
Photo: The Sandia Mountains with 3255m elevation seen from my temporary home in Albuquerque at 1500m.
Photo: At Sadie's of New Mexico with best traditional New Mexican dishes like this one with pinto beans, chicken, tortilla chips and the local speciality a small cushion like bread, the sopapilla.
Photo: National Museum of Nuclear Science & History, Albuquerque, NM.
Photo: After the ionizing radiation from Uranium was discovered, everyone wanted to enjoy its effects which were seen as healthy for the human body at that time in the early 20th century.
Photo: Ionizing radiation from radium would for sure sterilize water, but that wasn't the reason why it was seen as healthy in the early 20th century.
Photo: The first U235 fission bomb and the first made with Pu239.

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Photo: No locknut or splint required here?

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Photo: Later nuclear bombs used a parachute drop technology.

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Photo: An 1920s electrostatic influence machine by Van Houten and Tembroeck, a high voltage generator for powering X-ray tubes.
Photo: Another electrostatic generator for X-ray tubes.
Photo: 1920s X-ray tube.
Photo: B52D with its 56m wingspan in the backyard of the National Museum of Nuclear Science & History, Albuquerque, NM.

I'm wondering about the possible climb rate in the cloud behind, especially with its two "interesting" spikes below.

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Photo: Titan II ICBM, later used for the manned civil Gemini II capsules. It could transfer 1900 kg to LEO.
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Photo: Engines of the Titan II.
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Photo: J57 engines on the B52D, the first high power jet engine, i.e. with more than 45 kN thrust. Also used for the Boeing 707.