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Project Trinity: The Myth, The Legend, The Legacy: A Live Lecture with Lab Historian Alan Carr - Shared screen with speaker view
Jonathan Creel
21:16
Los Alamos ScienceFest Programming: https://www.losalamossciencefest.com/eventsManhattan Project National Historical Park:https://www.nps.gov/mapr/https://www.facebook.com/ManhattanProjectNPS/Bradbury Science Museum: https://www.lanl.gov/museum/manhattan-project/Bradbury Science Museum Online Collections: https://lanlmuseum.pastperfectonline.com/Manhattan Project Tours: https://www.lanl.gov/museum/manhattan-project/mapr-tours-info-2020.phpRecent Preservation Work: https://www.nps.gov/mapr/learn/news/preserving-our-manhattan-project-historic-sites.htm
Jonathan Creel
24:17
Jonathan Creel email: mpnhpregistration@lanl.gov
jonathan Ventura
28:59
Then let the old retired LANL say hello and looking forward to this evening lecture
Marie Harper
29:31
hi Jon. - marie
jonathan Ventura
29:55
Wouldn't miss it
Eric Streeper
34:45
hello from Xerb world HQ, aka a living room in mid-town Santa Fe. Thank you for putting this on!
Jonathan Creel
35:49
Los Alamos ScienceFest Programming: https://www.losalamossciencefest.com/eventsManhattan Project National Historical Park:https://www.nps.gov/mapr/https://www.facebook.com/ManhattanProjectNPS/Bradbury Science Museum: https://www.lanl.gov/museum/manhattan-project/Bradbury Science Museum Online Collections: https://lanlmuseum.pastperfectonline.com/Manhattan Project Tours: https://www.lanl.gov/museum/manhattan-project/mapr-tours-info-2020.phpRecent Preservation Work: https://www.nps.gov/mapr/learn/news/preserving-our-manhattan-project-historic-sites.htm
Eric Streeper
35:52
YESSSS
Gabriela Lopez Escobedo
35:56
yesssss
Scott Engeman
36:00
YES!
Barbara Fronzak
36:03
Sure!
Sarah Hayes
36:07
Absolutely!
Eric Streeper
38:19
no echo here
DAVID
38:20
Wiithout a doubt yes! because it changed science in such a dramatic way, more than any other
DAVID
38:24
No echo here
David Coblentz
38:28
no echo here
Jeannette Hyatt
39:02
oops slides are gone
Joy Getha
39:22
I joined via telephone and was told the meeting hadn't started.
Darci Jewitt
44:16
Hello from Aberdeen, WA! Thank you for helping fill the void of my regular road trips to Hanford and this summer's canceled trip to Los Alamos. My daughter and I are watching with our vial of trinitite lol.
Paul Pino
01:11:38
monsoon rains happen in July in NM.
Corey Ahl
01:21:40
yup!
Valerie Steinhaus
01:21:47
This is excellent, thanks!
Sarah Hayes
01:21:50
Los Alamos Research Online: https://research-online.lanl.gov/oppie/service
Jonathan Creel
01:23:23
Trinity and Beyond
Joy Getha
01:33:04
Write a test plan.
Joy Getha
01:38:17
I believe movies were recorded at just 20 FPS at the time.
Joy Getha
01:40:37
Truman became President on April 12, 1945. He had only been President for 3 months before Potsdam.
Valerie Steinhaus
01:44:43
Quick! rearrange his kitchen!
Eric Streeper
01:45:13
lol
Gabriela Lopez Escobedo
01:45:35
who let the dog out!!! woof wooff
Yolanda Reyes
01:45:42
^
Joy Getha
01:46:24
new book, I've read the first few chapters, very good: Countdown 1945 by Chris wallace.
Gabriela Lopez Escobedo
01:46:35
who let the dog in!!! woof wooff
Paul Pino
01:46:37
Thanks for sharing your knowledge of history, can you do a "part 2" focusing on the 75 years since the test,, focusing on Downwinders? There is lots of new info over the last couple of years,,, like a spike in infant mortality close to the site for several months after the test. Thank you.
Joy Getha
01:46:37
awwww
Eric Streeper
01:47:18
this is the first Zoom call I’ve ever participated in where Real Life™ got in the way
Jason Miller
01:50:00
Kistiakowsky's bet of $10 in 1945 = $142.44 in 2020.
Joy Getha
01:50:36
Yeah, 1/2 ounce gold coin was a $10 coin
Jonathan Creel
01:55:20
Alan B. Carr
Joy Getha
02:04:54
If you go to the Open House of the Trinity site the first weekend of April and October, there are vendors on the road near the White Sands turnoff who sell Trinitite pieces
Jonathan Creel
02:05:07
Trinitite is still on exhibit at the Bradbury Science Museum
Erica Strahon
02:05:31
I remember at my last visit the people with signs.
Jonathan Creel
02:05:32
Bradbury Science Museum Online Collections: https://lanlmuseum.pastperfectonline.com/
Valerie Steinhaus
02:06:47
And that fun green glassware
Joy Getha
02:09:58
In 109 East Palace, the author collected eyewitness accounts of the Trinity test. The flash was visible from ABQ and Los Alamos.
Sarah Hayes
02:10:14
https://wwwn.cdc.gov/LAHDRA/
Paul Pino
02:10:35
Girl scouts in Ruidoso were covered with fallout. one of them has lived, she is Barbara Kent.
Joy Getha
02:12:29
In The Making of the Atomic Bomb, the author documents that the fear was the Japanese would fight to the last man, not surrendering, which would cost millions of Japanese and Allied lives.
Paul Pino
02:16:55
please see www.trinitydownwinders.com for up to date info on this continuing saga.
Joy Getha
02:18:53
Billions of dollars was spent on the Manhattan project, back when a nickle bought a gallon of milk
Erica Strahon
02:20:43
Jumbo lives
Joy Getha
02:21:21
wow, lots of chefs involved in this cupcake
Joy Getha
02:21:33
Thanks, Alan!
Valerie Steinhaus
02:21:40
That was excellent, thank you for doing this talk!
Rekha Pillai
02:21:48
Great presentation.
Erica Strahon
02:21:56
Best lecture I’ve heard on Trinity
Mikw Solano
02:21:58
Excellent! thanks.
Gabriela Lopez Escobedo
02:22:03
Great talk!! thank you!!
Sarah Hayes
02:22:05
This was great, thank you Alan!
Veronica Camarillo-Morris
02:22:13
Fantastic talk. Thank you very much.
Brian Tetreault
02:22:15
Thanks Alan - wish we had a couple more hours
Yolanda Reyes
02:24:34
https://youtu.be/Z8pG5oYhpXg this is an interesting video of the tests conducted from 1945 to 1998
Gabriela Lopez Escobedo
02:25:18
please do more talks !!!
Yolanda Reyes
02:25:26
^ +1
Steve Greene
02:35:56
said to be hanford slugs
Steve Greene
02:48:21
Elizabeth Graves was monitoring fallout
Sarah Hayes
02:49:10
We have articles on Charlotte Serber linked on this page, under the history of the library: https://lanl.libguides.com/lanl-history
Jonathan Creel
02:49:10
abcarr@lanl.gov
Jonathan Creel
02:49:15
jcreel@lanl.gov
Rodney Wood-Schultz
02:49:15
mary argo saw the test
Marie Harper
02:49:45
Thanks, Alan and Jonathan, and the collaboration w/ the NPS
Scott Engeman
02:49:50
Thank you! Great talk.
Coleen Meyer
02:49:55
Thanks Alan and Jon. Glad I asked my DP question early!
Amy Ross
02:50:10
Thank you, Alan and to all who enabled this seminar.
Gabriela Lopez Escobedo
02:50:11
Thank you... so whats the dog´s name ?
Ken Eack
02:50:12
Thank you Alan and Jonathan.
Brian Tetreault
02:50:27
Thanks again!