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"robert oppenheimer" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"robert oppenheimer" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"Top secret program conspiracy theory, number one, j Robert Oppenheimer the physicist who oversaw the creation of the atomic bomb was secretly a spy for the Soviet Union. He passed key information to US enemies. So that the Soviets could build a bomb of their own conspiracy theory, number two, the atomic bomb was the key breakthrough. That encouraged aliens from outer space to make first contact with earth since that initial contact the United States and other governments have kept the exist. Distance of extraterrestrials secret from the public conspiracy theory number three since nineteen forty four. Scientists have misrepresented the toxicity of Floride the cover-up began when a Manhattan project factory, accidently expose civilians to the deadly chemical, and it continues to this day. We'll also briefly touch base on some other more out there theories covering pagan, cults and secret government programs to study inter dimensional travel. But I any discussion of the Manhattan project must include one of its most notable scientists James Robert Oppenheimer, a physicist and philosopher up in Heimer oversaw operations at the Manhattan. Project's Los Alamos, New Mexico location, as we discussed last week Oppenheimer had mixed feelings about the military applications of his research and after atomic bombs. Deployed against civilian cities in Japan. He grew deeply critical of the bomb. He had helped create Oppenheimer also had deep and documented ties to the United States. Communist party. This brings us to conspiracy theory number one j Robert Oppenheimer worked as a spy passing American atomic secrets along to the Soviet Union for their bomb program. Well, he never formally became a member of the communist party as young man Oppenheimer donated large sums of money to teachers and longshoremen's unions, which were later labeled communist fronts. He also served as a committee member for the Spanish Republicans, another communist organization, and he had numerous friends who were active with the communist party, including his brother and sister in law. He regularly attended official party meetings as well as casual get togethers with communist friends, well up in Heimer, never formally paid dues to the party. He did. Did make a recurring one thousand dollar monthly donation to the cost through his friend..

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"robert oppenheimer" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"robert oppenheimer" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"The United States assured the public that the atomic playing was a myth. Most of those articles were penned by William Lawrence, the Manhattan, project's reporter general groves refused to allow Lawrence to return to hero, Shema or Nagasaki to view the aftermath for himself perhaps in order to keep Lawrence ignorant of the real effects of radiation. As even the scientists of the ehre hadn't predicted the scope of radiation, poisoning, Lawrence, very well could have just been reporting. The best information available to him information. He believed to be accurate. Many people who had were. Worked on the Manhattan project, especially j Robert Oppenheimer and the US secretary of defense James forrestal, faced a crisis of conscience once the bomb they'd help develop was actually used to kill real civilians in nineteen forty five in anticipation of the growing Soviet threat. Oppenheimer superiors asked him to work on the development of a hydrogen bomb. Oppenheimer refused to participate during an address to the American philosophical society Oppenheimer said of the atomic bomb, quote, we have made a thing almost terrible weapon. A thing that by all the standards of the world, we grew up in is an evil thing and quote in nineteen forty seven the government authorized, a new program called the atomic energy commission, which assume the Manhattan project's operations in order to develop peace time uses for the technology. The project had pioneered like nuclear power. Our radiation therapy Oppenheimer served as the head of the Commission's advisory committee in spite of his new duties Oppenheimer remained publicly outspoken about his criticisms of the government. His transgressive comments reached their peak win in nineteen fifty three. He threatened to intentionally leak a military secret to the public that secret regarded strategic air command plan to employ nuclear weapons against Soviet aggression. Oppenheimer felt the plan prioritized military tactical advantage over civilian safety. He believed the public had a right to know about these plans, president Dwight D Eisenhower felt otherwise soon the government investigated Alban Heimer past and revisited his many connections with the communist party that history coupled with his anti-bomb criticisms allow them to revoke Oppenheimer's security clearance Oppenheimer had to. Testify before Senator Joseph McCarthy, the Senator who is today infamous for his anti-communist activism shortly after testifying Oppenheimer left, the atomic energy commission and return to civilian life. Oppenheimer wasn't the only Manhattan project leader to respond with revulsion to what created the US secretary of the navy James forrestal had campaigned to warn the Japanese that the United States had developed nuclear weapons before the bombs were dropped based on diary entries. He wrote during the Manhattan project period some have speculated that he like Oppenheimer struggled with feelings of guilt in nineteen forty seven the national security act combine forest all's department of the navy with the department of war and forrestal became the first ever United States Secretary of defense during his short tenure as the secretary of defense forrestal grew increasingly agit. -tated four years after the bombing of here, Shema and Nagasaki forest all resigned from the national military establishment in March nineteen forty nine. He cited a non specified illness as his cause of resignation although some believe he was no longer emotionally able to deal with the strain of his position for two months. Forced all struggled with depression fatigue and anxiety that didn't abate after he stepped down from his position on may twenty second nineteen forty nine while staying at the Bethesda Naval hospital for a stall attempted to hang himself from a window on the sixteenth floor. The sash she had fashioned into a news broke and forestall fell to his death landing on an asphalt roof over third-floor passageway later. Investigators examined the window forest all had leapt from and found scuff marks under the window. The investigators determined that forrestal must have thrashed or kick during the short period of time that he hung from the window before his news broke, those scuff marks could also have been signs of a fight perhaps with an attacker who pushed for a stall from.

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"robert oppenheimer" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"robert oppenheimer" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"To the nations were deeply suspicious of one another due to the fundamental differences between capitalism and communism to the most famous atomic Soviet spies were Julius and Ethel Rosenberg Julius was a communist and a member of a Spiring of engineers. He collaborated with Ethel's, brother. David Greenglass who worked for the Manhattan project at its Los Alamos location Greenglass gathered atomic secrets which he related Julius who in turn provided the information to his Soviet handlers. Another prolific Soviet spy was Klaus Fuchs, a major physicist at the Los Alamos location. He worked with highly confidential information on bomb construction and was instrumental to the Soviet Union's own atomic bomb development efforts. David Greenglass and Klaus Fuchs both operated out of loose Alamos. The same project y side overseen by j Robert Oppenheimer the numerous major security breaches under Oppenheimer's watch could have been a coincidence or just bad luck. But the numerous Soviet spies working with Oppenheimer coupled with his communist leanings has been taken by some as evidence of Oppenheimer's complicity in spite of these leaks the United States led the race to develop an atomic bomb, although Germany, surrendered on may eighth nineteen forty five. The United States was still fighting the Pacific war against Japan and the Manhattan project continued on July sixteenth, nineteen Forty-five the leaders of the Manhattan project were ready to test their first bomb officially launching. What would come to be known as the atomic age the bomb was. Called the gadget and Oppenheimer dub the test itself. Trinity containing over five thousand pounds of TNT that would detonate it's fifteen pounds of plutonium. The gadget was dropped from one hundred foot tower in the New Mexico desert prior to the test the engineers weren't entirely clear. What the result of the atomic bomb would be one hypothesis which proved to be correct was a massive nuclear explosion another potential outcome. The bomb could prove to be a dud and nothing would happen. When it was dropped some fear that the atomic explosion would be so powerful. It would ignite the atmosphere and render the earth itself and inhabitable Oppenheimer's. Scientists had calculated the extreme unlikelihood of global destruction. But couldn't be certain the outcome. Even the fear of worldwide. Annihilation didn't stop Manhattan project engineers from dropping the gadget. Guit at five thirty AM on July. Sixteenth nineteen forty five. The engineers witnessed a flash of light followed by a heatwave and a massive mushroom cloud civilians from miles around the site of the trinity test witness the bombs flash. Although they had no way of knowing what they'd seen the engineers were off at the destructive power of the gadget it. Oh, Blida rated the tower and transform the desert sand at the blast site into glass to describe his feelings about the atomic destruction Oppenheimer fell back on his love of the Hindu religion, quoting the Hindu, God Vishnu from the bog vodka. Now, I am become death. The destroyer of worlds, many leaders of the Manhattan project initially believed that Nazi Germany was their primary. Adversary fear of nuclear Germany, had spurred the formation of the Manhattan project in the first place and many engineers assume that if the bomb were to be. Used at all it would be dropped in Europe. However, Germany had surrendered before an atomic bomb was developed or tested. When Openheimer notified US military, leadership of the success of the trinity test on July sixteen there was only one possible target left Japan which hadn't yet surrendered and was still at war with the United States. A key factor in the decision to drop the nuclear bomb on Japan was the Soviet Union in the days after Germany's surrender the US. Secretary of the navy James forrestal was troubled by the Soviet Union's influence over negotiations for the terms of Germany's surrender until nineteen forty fall of the Soviet Union had been primarily occupied with the fighting in Europe forrestal, resolve to end, the Pacific war insecure, an unconditional surrender from Japan before the Soviet Union. Could switch focus in exert their influence over this fight. As well. When the USSR's general secretary of the communist party Joseph Stalin declared they would join the war against Japan by August. Fifteenth nineteen forty five US leaders knew the clock was taking to secure Japanese surrender after days of debate president Truman authorized use of the atomic bomb on July twenty fifth. He granted general groves discretion to launch any day after August third pendant on when the bombs would be available and weather conditions would be right on July twenty six the United States, China and Great Britain issued the Potsdam declaration which laid out terms for Japanese surrender..

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"robert oppenheimer" Discussed on Radio Diaries

Radio Diaries

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"robert oppenheimer" Discussed on Radio Diaries

"Forty five. Oppenheimer was worried. The Manhattan project was just so big. There were more than thirty worksites at offices with nothing written on their doors, and there were one hundred thirty thousand people working on a hundred and thirty thousand pairs of potentially loose lips and no matter what lengths they went to to keep them from talking to each other, no matter what lengths they went to to keep all. But the key personnel from ever even guessing at the big picture from every knowing that the circuit board there assembly or that those lenses, they'd been grinding would all come together to build a weapon. That would be by factors of ten, the deadliest thing that anyone had ever built. There were still too many people too much too many potential spies knew they were going to finally test. The thing in the morning knew that Truman was in Potsdam with Stalin in Churchill counting on success in there were too many potential saboteurs who knew too many ways to stop thinking going off or worse to make it go off too soon. And now the gadget, that's what they call the deadliest thing. Anyone ever built the gadget was just out there all alone in the middle of the desert, hanging from a steel tower, a hundred feet in the air. There was a storm rolling. Two years earlier. Don Hornig's wife, lily picked up the phone in their little house out on Cape Cod. The couple had just moved in after their honeymoon after Don wrapped up his PHD at Harvard at age twenty three Willie was working on her own PHD that's summer and on planting the little garden, they'd both dreamed about the men on the phone said, Don was needed by his government. You couldn't tell them what the project was. He couldn't tell them what his job would be. He couldn't tell them where they were going, but they better get going. Two years later, Robert Oppenheimer was looking for someone to babysit the on. He needed someone who understood how the bomb worked in Hornets designed the trigger system. So if someone had sabotaged by swapping out a wire or loosening, the screw warning might catch it and they needed someone young. The other scientists were to important lose in some sort of Tomic catastrophe if kids tenure. And since they didn't give him a weapon with which to defend either himself or the weapon, they were banking on to win the war. Maybe he'll be fit enough to wrestle any Nazis who came to blow the thing up. Now, I will tell you right now that there is no big twist coming here. Don horn doesn't remove his lab coat to reveal an SS uniform underneath. There is no moment when the young scientists long disrespected by his older Nobel laureate bosses looks up at the bomb to realize that those great men had spent so much time contemplating the atom in the origins of the universe. They'd overlooked one tiny detail which Horneck fixes with some chewing. Gum in a sprig of Rosemary, which he always kept tucked behind his ear to remind him of that little garden. He and his wife had left behind in the Cape in the life. They would someday return to when they finally woke up from this nightmare. So now there's no twist. I tell you all of that backstory. Just to leave you with this. Sometime after midnight on July, sixteenth, nineteen Forty-five just hours before the trinity test which would lead to Hiroshima and Nagasaki in the end of the war, the start of the Cold War and decades regret in fear and environmental catastrophe. All. One twenty five year old guy sat in a small, three sided, corrugated women a box with one side, open to the elements. One hundred feet above the desert top a steel tower in a thunderstorm. While listened to the rain painting in rattling on the metal roof and sat in a folding chair under a bear sixty watt bulb thumbing through a dog eared paperback collection of funny, short stories. James Thurber, Dorothy Parker, Mark Twain trying to distract himself from thinking about what would happen if a rain soaked steel tower in the middle of the desert holding one man and one nuclear bomb was struck by lightning. While his colleague sat in bunkers that the math had told them needed to be at least ten miles away safety in while he wondered if his trigger system would work in about how the office pool would turn out the one where physicists placed bets in the outcome of.

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"robert oppenheimer" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"robert oppenheimer" Discussed on Here & Now

"The the habitats on the missile range over all the land has really has changed much at all as sunsets back at base camp i'm left alone in the desert just me and the ghosts of the manhattan project the wind picks up and i can feel the humidity rising i crouched behind the door of my car and listen for hours but that night there is no rain and there are no totes a year later at home in seattle i receive an email from my contact at the range conditions are more favorable it's rained at base camp i catch a plane to albuquerque and drive more than one hundred miles south of the missile range it's august first in the heat is still intense but this time when i get there sure enough there is water the ditches around base camper full of tadpoles the toads are still there i wait for darkness and the sound starts faintly from the edge camp i see several species of toads that night some are basking in the chocolate colored water in the ditches others are simply hopping through base camp it rained a few days ago and you can still hear the green toads call them in the distance by midnight the toads call has risen to a screen i'm immediately struck by this intense struggle for life but on the other side of all this is the legacy of the atomic bomb two hundred thousand dead at hiroshima and nagasaki generations of fear and the threat of world nillas in that we still face today physicist robert oppenheimer seemed to wrestle with this profound ambivalence as he tried to come to grips with what he and the other scientists had accomplished here in the desert the same two people people cried most people were silent in the nineteen sixty five nbc documentary about the bomb oppenheimer recalled the words from the bug vodka can do scripture that he would sometimes read in the original sanskrit to come to the destroyer of worlds despite that dire vision on this night at least feels like there is a new world being created all around the for here and now i'm jeff rice.

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"robert oppenheimer" Discussed on American Innovations

American Innovations

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"robert oppenheimer" Discussed on American Innovations

"It's december nineteen forty three small office building in santa fe new mexico it's almost time for the male to be collected today it's all adjust to one main post office box box sixteen sixty three right on time the postman enters good morning here for the am pickup how's your day been fine thank you see this afternoon this one particular post office box receives so much mail that it requires two collections and dropoffs day a clue as to where that mail is going comes from the fact that the mail carrier is accompanied by military police officer another clue if you look closer is that some of the male has been censored the carrier and the police officer or headed some twenty miles outside santa fe to a place that until quite recently had been known as the los alamos ranch school it's now home to thousands of scientists all working towards one central goal a nuclear bomb that's why there's so much secrecy around the post office box the site was chosen by the laboratories first director j robert oppenheimer as a child he'd spent a lot of time in new mexico and he'd singled out the ranch school good location for the laboratory on this day in nineteen fortythree often heimer is meeting with the distinguished guest at los alamos a car pulls up to the main building and out steps kneels poor and another young man neal's but a pleasure to see you i heard about your trip out of sweden quite an adventure i'm glad to see looking so well thank you for having me this is my son by the way sorry we're a little late we held up by security at the gate i'm sorry about that no no quite understandable the british project is very similar they've even given me a codename bore has been working with the british nuclear weapons project codename tube alloys since flight from sweden the british had in fact started out ahead in terms of nuclear technology but had quickly been overtaken by the americans after roosevelt approve the manhattan project in august nineteen fortythree churchill and roosevelt had agreed to merge the two projects combining knowledge and expertise throughout the project bore will remain in the united kingdom but make several trips to los alamos after the war he will say they didn't need my help in making the atom bomb but often i would give him more credit calling him a scientific father figure to the younger men in part it was probably bores age if fifty nine he was three decades older than the average age of scientists working in new mexico the basic problem those scientists were working on was how to generate a big enough nuclear chainreaction quickly enough to create an explosion in the science behind the bomb was relatively simple several years earlier oppenheimer himself it sketched out a model for a bomb on a chalkboard but making it a reality was another thing entirely enough fissile material had to be brought into close proximity such a chain reaction of neutrons splitting apartment and producing more nick charts and energy lots of energy could begin and unlike in chicago pile one this all had to happen on the scale of tiny fractions of a second and it had happen only when needed and not a moment before or after eventually two primary methods of bombmaking or gadget make as devices came to be known emerged the i was known as the gun method and the second the implosion method and it would eventually turn out that each of these designs was needed one for uranium bombs and one for plutonium bombs the gun method brought to masses of uranium into close contact by firing one of them at the other high speeds using artillery technology this wouldn't work for plutonium though the device would fizzle out without actually exploding the implosion method involved shaping series of charges.

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"robert oppenheimer" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"robert oppenheimer" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"He said his security people were looking up at the sky and they were saying lights moving around and ways that were just physically impossible for any kind of aircraft that we know to make these kinds of maneuvers things like that so their descriptions of the montas and the ancient sanskrit writings of india that that match that kind of aaron article behavior there's a description of the mada that was acquired by a king named shawl the thousands and thousands of years ago and he got it from an extra terrestrial source from the engineer of the forces of darkness and the universe and he used this the mata to attack the city of dwarika at that time and india and the people who were defending the city the forces that were defending the city said they saw it moving around like a butterfly in other words making all kinds of zigzags and it was appearing here and there and many different places simultaneously this is just the sort of thing that's reported by modern uso researchers so it's interesting that there's such parallels between what modern ufo researchers are reporting the descriptions that we find them such things in these very ancient writings from india michael win robert oppenheimer and his team were building the atomic bomb he cited ancient texts which depicted what one could construed to be a clear war yes he was reciting some passages from the baga vodka dita the mahabharata and addition to being a great physicist he was also a student of the ancient sanskrit writings of india and these writings contained descriptions of a weapon called the.

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"robert oppenheimer" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"robert oppenheimer" Discussed on 710 WOR

"He said his security people were looking up at the sky and they were saying lights moving around in ways that were just physically impossible for any kind of aircraft that we know to make these kinds of maneuvers things like that so their descriptions of of the montas and the ancient sanskrit writings of india that that match that kind of erin article behavior there's a description of the mata that was acquired by a king named shaw the thousands and thousands of years ago and he got it from an extra terrestrial source from the engineer of the forces of darkness said the universe and he used this the lava to attack the city of dwarika at that time and india and the people who were defending the city the forces that were defending the city said they saw it moving around like a butterfly in other words making all kinds of zigzags and it was appearing here and there and many different places simultaneously this is just the sort of thing that's reported by modern ufo researchers so it's interesting that there are such parallels between what modern ufo researchers are reporting the descriptions that we find them such things and these very ancient writings from india michael win robert oppenheimer and his team were building the atomic bomb he cited ancient texts which depicted what one could construed to be a nuclear war yes he was reciting some passages from the baga vodka gita the mahabharata and addition to being a great physicist he was also a student of the ancient sanskrit writings of india and these writings contained descriptions of a weapon called the.

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"robert oppenheimer" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"robert oppenheimer" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"He said his security people were looking up at the sky and they were saying lights moving around and ways that were just physically impossible for any kind of aircraft that we know to make these kinds of maneuvers things like that so their descriptions of the montas and the ancient sanskrit writings of india that that match that kind of aaron article behavior there's a description of the mode that was acquired by a king named shawl thousands and thousands of years ago and he got it from extra terrestrial source from the engineer of the forces of darkness and the universe and he used this the mada to attack the city of dwarika at that time and india and the people who were defending the city the forces that were defending the city said they saw it moving around like a butterfly in other words making all kinds of zigzags and it was appearing here and there and many different places simultaneously this is just the sort of thing that's reported by modern uso researchers so it's interesting that there's such parallels between what modern ufo researchers are reporting the descriptions that we find them such things in these very ancient writings from india michael win robert oppenheimer and his team were building the atomic bomb he cited ancient texts which depicted what one could construed to be a clear war yes he was reciting some passages from the baga vodka vita the mahabharata and addition to being a great physicist he was also a student of the ancient sanskrit writings of india and these writings contained descriptions of a weapon called the.

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"robert oppenheimer" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"robert oppenheimer" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"He said and his security people were looking up at the sky and they were saying lights moving around in ways that were just physically impossible for any kind of aircraft that we know to make these kinds of maneuvers things like that so their descriptions of of the montas and the ancient sanskrit writings of india that that match that kind of aaron article behavior there's a description of the lada that was acquired by a king named the thousands and thousands of years ago and he got it from an extra terrestrial source from the engineer of the forces of darkness said the universe and he used this the mada to attack the city of dwarika at that time in india and the people who were defending the city the forces that were defending the city said they saw it moving around like a butterfly in other words making all kinds of zigzags and it was appearing here and there and many different places simultaneously this is just the sort of thing that's reported by modern uso researchers so it's interesting that there's such parallels between what modern us researchers are reporting the descriptions that we find them such things in these very ancient writings from india michael win robert oppenheimer and his team were building the atomic bomb he cited ancient texts which depicted what one could construe it to be a nuclear war yes he was reciting some passages from the baga vodka gita mahabharata and addition to being a great physicist he was also a student of the ancient sanskrit writings of india and these writings contained descriptions of.

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"robert oppenheimer" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"robert oppenheimer" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"He said his security people were looking up at the sky and they were saying lights moving around in ways that were just physically impossible for any kind of aircraft that we know to make these kinds of maneuvers things like that so their descriptions of the montas and the ancient sanskrit writings of india that that match that kind of aeronautical behavior there's a description of the mata that was acquired by a king named shawl thousands and thousands of years ago and he got it from an extraterrestrial source from the engineer of the forces of darkness of the universe and he used this the mada to attack the city of dwarika at that time and india and the people who were defending the city the forces that were defending the city said they saw it moving around like a butterfly in other words making all kinds of zigzags and it was appearing here and there and many different places simultaneously this is just the sort of thing that's reported by modern uso researchers so it's interesting that there's such parallels between what modern us researchers are reporting and the descriptions that we find them such things in these very ancient writings from india michael win robert oppenheimer and his team were building the atomic bomb he cited ancient texts which depicted what one could construed to be a clear war yeah he was reciting some passages from the baga vodka dita the mahabharata in addition to being a great physicist he was also a student of the ancient sanskrit writings of india and these writings contained descriptions of a weapon called the.

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"robert oppenheimer" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

KFQD News Talk

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"robert oppenheimer" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

"A black hole they've detected stuff falling into a black hole before it goes beyond the event horizon so you want to avoid these 'cause there's no coming back and but we pretty sure not only are black holes relatively common in a galaxy we think each galaxy has supermassive black hole in its dead center and that's a stunning fact every galaxy we've had a good enough data to even ask the question has revealed a supermassive black hole lurking there so this is going to we're trying to understand how galaxies are formed to the black hole form i and it stars gather later did it all form together many of these are open questions on the frontier of astrophysics i've actually look into the question of why i stein miss the black hole in one thousand nine hundred sixty in the reason is in one thousand nine sixteen people thought that stars were formed by slow condensation and you can show conclusively that newton's laws of motion do not allow condensation to give you a black hole but then j robert oppenheimer who later built the atomic bomb talked about implosion which is an entirely new mechanism that people did not consider back in one thousand nine hundred sixteen and oppenheimer then use the employees mechanism not only to drive a black hole but also the nagasaki bomb so the nagasaki bomb in some sense is a child of the black hole i did not know that interesting now let me ask you a question that every child asks and that is what happens if you fall through the blackhall any thoughts yeah well if it's just if it's a black hole just sitting there minding its own business and you fall feet first it's it's it's unpleasant really well it's okay initially and you get a close look at a black hole in you tell all your friends about it you take pictures put it on instagram and then what happens is the your your size relative to a black hole because black holes are small your size is large larger compared to the black hole than you are compared to earth and what that means let me back up birth is pulling on your feet more strongly than it's pulling on.

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"robert oppenheimer" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

KMET 1490-AM

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"robert oppenheimer" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

"A black hole they've detected stuff falling into a black hole before it goes beyond the event horizon so you wanna avoid these 'cause there's no coming back and but we pretty short not only are black holes relatively common in a galaxy three think each galaxy has a supermassive black hole in its dead center and that's a stunning fact every galaxy we've had a a good enough data to even ask the question has revealed a supermassive black hole lurking there so this is going to we're trying to understand how galaxies are formed to the black hole form i and the stars gather later did it all form together many of these are open questions on the frontier of astrophysics you know i've actually look into the question of why i'm stein miss the black hole in one thousand nine hundred sixteen the reason is in one thousand nine hundred sixteen people thought that stars were formed by slow condensation and you can show conclusively that newton's laws of motion do not allow condensation to give you a black hole but then j robert oppenheimer who later built the atomic bomb talked about implosion which is an entirely new mechanism that people did not consider back in one thousand nine hundred sixteen and oppenheimer then use the implosion mechanism not only to drive a black hole but also the nagasaki bomb so that i can sake bomb in some sense is a child of the black hole i did not know that interesting now let me ask you a question that every child asks and that is what happens if you fall through the blackhall any thoughts yeah well if it's just if it's a black hole just sitting there minding his own business and you fall feet first it's it's it's unpleasant really well it's okay initially and you get a close look at a black hole and you tell all your friends about it you take pictures put it on instagram and then what happens is the your your size relative to a black hole because black holes are small your size is large larger compared to the black hole than you are compared to earth and what that means let me back up earth is pulling on your feet more strongly than it's pulling on.

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"robert oppenheimer" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

WSRQ Talk Radio

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"robert oppenheimer" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

"Moment i have no doubt that at times past it was much more brilliant now what we ought to be able to see all those stars around the blackhawks there are probably millions of stars in fact there are millions stars located great close to that black hole unfortunately we cannot easily see them because of all the dust in our galaxy there's a lot of dust in our galaxy and that does block the light of the stars so the black hole we wouldn't be able to even without the dust but the stars they have their light absorbed by the dust so astronomers tend to observe them at infrared wavelengths which penetrates the dust in our galaxy okay well these things are so fantastic black holes are so incredible that einstein couldn't get his head around it and he even wrote a paper proving they couldn't exist he showed that according to current theory if i have a swirling mass a swirly massive gas a swirling mass of gas where stars come from is not sufficient to squeeze the gas to the point where it becomes a black hole however later people like oppenheimer robert oppenheimer who created the atomic bomb found a new way to create a by call implosion so explain to us the difference between einstein's original idea which was incorrect that a swirling bunch of gas is not sufficient to create a black hole with the modern day understanding a pioneered by oppenheimer who created the atomic bomb of an implosion mechanism which is i never considered star guy the outer layers explode when they shoot off into space but the inner part of the star collapses and as you say implode and gets compressed to enormous density in fact if you take the equations literally the object actually becomes infinitely then and so that's how we think that actual black holes in space arise when a massive star dies and a center collapses and gets compressed into a.

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"robert oppenheimer" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"robert oppenheimer" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Normal star over many billions of years that will support itself against its own gravity by thermal pressure caused by nuclear processes which convert played richard into helium eventually however the star will exhaust its nuclear fuel star will contract in some cases that made the able to support itself as so light worth star i live your food romanian chandrasekhar showed in nineteen thirty that's the maximum mass of the white dwarf star is about one point four times that of the sun the similar maximum mass was calculated by soviet physicist lev landau for dr made entirely of neutrons let would leave the fate of those countless stars lift raider mass daniel light dwarf or neutron star when they add exhausted nuclear fuel rob limbless investigated by robert oppenheimer fleet or atom bomb team then a couple of paper in nineteen thirty nine george vote coffin oregon snyder he's showed that such a stark not be supported by thresher that if one neglected thresher a uniform fair released systematic symmetric starwood contract to a single of infinite density such a party this call the singularity all our theory of space are formulated on v assumption that space triumph smoothie nearly flat daybreak down that the singularity where the curvature of space time is infinite in fact it marks the end of time itself that is what i found objectionable then the war intervened most scientists including robert oppenheimer switched their attention to nuclear physics on the issue of gravitational collapse less largely forgotten interest in the subject revived with a discovery of distant objects called sheriffs the first glacier three she two seven three let's discovered in nineteen sixty three many other tweet sheriff we're soon discovered they were bright despite leading at great distances nuclear processes granada crowd for their energy output because they released so percent fraction of their rest mass the only alternative was gravitational energy released by gravitational collapse gravitational collapse itself starts were rediscovered it was clear that a uniform fair recall starwood contract to apply of infinite density a singularity.

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"robert oppenheimer" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"robert oppenheimer" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Yeah i just about the giants thing in the ancient vedic scriptures of india and the uncertain epics like the mahabharata which brings the history of the talks about the demigods being here about five thousand years ago and they were both between twelve and fifteen feet and some of them are as house twenty one seat and it talks to them you know coming here and they're they're flying craft right and onestorey is one of the gods sheva had a bo that took six humans to lift it and they use weapons like draws which were like atomic weapons and and you wonder how they built the pyramids how those stones were left there you know these giants were around then listed them yeah the references to what sounded like ancient nuclear war in the scriptures is very interesting i believe they have found much sure if it was in the gobi desert seems to me it was the gobi desert they have found underneath the sand these this area that's almost like glass which is what happens if you were to you know super heat sand you would get the sand sort of melting and then fusing together to form glass which is sort of fueled this this suspicion i guess that perhaps these vedic scriptures are true and there were ancient nuclear war and then of course the the comments of robert oppenheimer who after the the test of the of the bomb was asked is this the first time such a weapon has been tested and he said yes and then according to legend if it's true or not i don't know he sort of said under his breath in modern times meaning this is the first time in modern times we've tested nuclear weapons so they become he took a line from boggles gator which said a now and now i have become the destroyer of worlds and and you know all these cost structure vic such as adults in egypt almost makes sense if you've got people that are fifteen feet tall building but bigger scale.

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"robert oppenheimer" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

KFQD News Talk

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"robert oppenheimer" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

"A black hole they've detected stuff falling into a black hole before it goes beyond the event horizon so you want to avoid these 'cause his no coming back and but we pretty short not only are black holes relatively common in a galaxy we think each galaxy has a supermassive black hole in its dead center and that's a stunning fact every galaxy we've had an upbeat a good enough data to even ask the question has revealed a super massar black hole lurking there so this is gonna happen which i don't understand how galaxies are formed to the black hole foreign first in the stars gather later did it all form together many of these are open questions on the frontier of astrophysics you know i've actually look into the question of why einstein miss the black hole in 1916 the reason is in eighteen sixteen people thought that stars were form by slow condensation and you can show conclusively that dunes laws of motion do not allow condensation to give you a black hole but then j robert oppenheimer who later built the atomic bomb talked about implosion which is an entirely new mechanism that people did not consider back in 1916 and oppenheimer then use the implosion mechanism not only the dry a black hole but also the nagasaki bomb so the nagasaki bomb in some sense is a child of the black hole i do not know the interesting now let me ask you a question that every child asks and that is what happens if you fall through the black hole any thoughts well if it's just as if it's a black hole just sitting there minding its own business a new fall feetfirst yates it's it's unpleasant really will it's okay initially in you get a close look at a black hole in utero all your friends about it you take pictures put it on instagram and then what happens is the you your size relative to a blackhawk is michaels are small your sizes is large larger compared to the black hole than you are compared to earth and what that meat miami backup birth is pulling on your feet more strongly than is pulling on your head but that differences not large enough for you to notice as used fall towards a black hole.

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