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    Re: British Nuclear Testing in Australia

    Benchmarks: August 27, 1958: Operation Argus creates first anthropogenic space weather



    Sixty years ago this month, a fleet of nine U.S. Navy ships with 4,500 people aboard maneuvered...
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    The Northern Eye documentary about Christmas Island Nuclear test Veterans and their descendants


    Children of the Bomb


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    Re: British Nuclear Testing in Australia

    Here are a couple of interesting items on Nuclear Testing, two are partially associated with British Tests.............the third covers American use of Nuclear Testing


     The text on this page...
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    Re: The Mystery of Mine Howe , Orkney

    Sandy,

    Just follow this "Youtube" link and you will find many episodes listed of
    Time Team
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    Re: The Mystery of Mine Howe , Orkney

    This is another one that I have just watched.................. it should prove interesting to some members.


    Time Team History Hunters (1998-9) - Episode 5 - Scottish Border and Related Ballads...
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    The Mystery of Mine Howe , Orkney

    This is quite an interesting video on Orkney by "The Time Team", the recreation of the tunnel is quite an interesting segment, up to the usual good standards of "time Team" productions

    Time...
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    50,000 Plus views


    Who would have ever guessed that this number of views would be achieved :clap::clap::clap:
  8. Roll call on the first day of school in London....

    Roll call on the first day of school in London....



    Ahmed Al Sheriah ............................. ......"here"

    Mustafa Al Sheriah ............................ ....."here"

    Fatima El...
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    Young King Arthur.

    Young King Arthur was ambushed and imprisoned by the monarch of a neighboring kingdom. The monarch could have killed him but was moved by Arthur's youth and ideals. So, the monarch offered him his...
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    Re: Alastair is 21 again!!!

    Well Alastair, the BIg day has finally arrived, now you can have an Official celebration, have a great day



    :bow::party::dance::wave:
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    Re: British Nuclear Testing in Australia

    Further to the above post the following is just a small section.



    The UK is the last nuclear power on Earth to deny its bomb tests caused any harm. The Ministry of Defence...
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    Re: British Nuclear Testing in Australia

    This is a good article from "The Mirror" UK, it contains a lot of detail and is worth a quick Look [/


    [B] The Damned

    The human fallout of Britain’s nuclear bombs
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    Strange happenings on Shetland.

    Just one of many wee snippets about Shetland [all tongue in cheek] :nervous::shhh:




    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BuHK4fIsRd8
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    Re: Newsletter for 18th January 2019

    Alastair,

    I have started watching the "Shetland Medics" series; very interesting, all the happenings plus the added bonus of the scenary. :bigsmile:

    Gordon.
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    https://vimeo.com/253046506?fbclid=IwAR00PtkaiVB2XwlURluMJiKaMQCXBp4 0A06GrCosNPXAASNV9LddTD8jOUE
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    Review or 'cover up'? Mystery as Australia nuclear weapons tests files withdrawn :confused:

    By James Griffiths, CNN


    Updated 1153 GMT (1953 HKT) January 11, 2019


    Just when it seemed...
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    Re: Newsletter for 11th January 2019

    Not having to worry about I'm confused on all the information overload about Brexit, it reminds me off the worldwide panic when we were moving from 1999 to 2000, so much panic, computers will...
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    Re: Newsletter 28th December 2018

    I thought that "Jack & The Beanstalk..A Modern Fairy Story" was a great read :wink:
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    Re: Newsletter for 21st December 2018

    Hi Joan, yes I'm still alive and kicking... here is one to refresh your language knowledge from your time in Germany


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2m8MjverT64
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    Re: Newsletter for 21st December 2018

    A performance for Christmas............a few years old but still good to watch/listen to


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SXh7JR9oKVE
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    Re: New hosting service

    I use Windows 7 Professional, I also have Chrome onboard if I want to use 2 screens at the one time.......{for search/paste purposes]........only reason I have all this is because it is an older...
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    Re: British Nuclear Testing in Australia

    This quite a large PDF file but it worth reading in its entirety....................below are a couple of paragraphs from it plus the link


    INTERLUDE—ON RADIATION, SAFETY AND SECRECY...
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