No problem, I'll post what I got.
General Motors Technical Center 1956
First photo to show the curve of the Earth
Those are the only two "future" photo's that I've got.
Building the Statue of Liberty
here you go,
uploaded this a while back for a thread about a week ago
Nazi's in Acropolis of Athens April 1941
There ya go. The "real" wild west.
I don't have any information about this photo, sadly.
Mickey Mouse Club 1930s
US atomic plane
yes we actually made an atomic plane, as did the USSR
basically a nuclear reactor that heats water into steam and the steam is used to drive the engine fans
fuckin badass shit right there
Do they still teach sort and merge algorithms in computer science classes, for large data and whether you have access to 1, 2, or 3 reel-to-reel tape machines?
It wouldn't be much direct use, but as algorithmic studies...
thats a good one, shows manhattan before it was its size today. now the WTC site is far far from the waterfront because they just dump garbage around the city then pave over it and keep making it bigger and bigger
Dangerous as fuck.
Just some logging
Just as fake as you are.
Photo of The Earth taken from the ISS.
You can see in this pic, they used the soil excavated during the construction of the WTCs to make Manhattan island even larger.
The World Financial Center towers were built here.
trying to find some more (actual) history pics but my folder is totally fucked
bumping with reagan
Reading a book about the FAL atm, found out there's a variant called the FAP
Mt. Sakurajima in 1914 eruption seem from Mt kagashima
No, but I got this one. Not sure where that is either.
Not alot of palm trees in vietnam. reverse search
A 165th Infantry assault wave attacks Butaritari, Yellow Beach Two, finding it slow going in the coral bottom waters while Japanese machine gun fire from the right flank makes it even more difficult. Makin Atoll, Gilbert Islands. November 20, 1943.
I don't know anything about rifles.
war tubas, japan 1930s
No idea, I'm Dutch myself, but I've never heard that. But it could be possible.
"Photo by Rolfe"
1937 Hitler assassination attempt on his visit to NYC
Butthurt 'murricunt detected.
Those food signs. I wonder if you went back in time and amerifatted up, would you still get type ii diabetes? Or is it something in the food, too much vitamins, or the environment?
"Forced labor of Germans after World War II"
That's all I got.
I feel lucky that I'm not an American to be honest.
well my thought was that they have german uniforms... but the guy in the background has an american helmet, and the tank seems to be american too.
i was thinking if it was maybe some hungarian corp that was captured... just judging the faces of the people around... but idk
Nah, TV did a slow drain on it, but cable TV really killed it.
Most cities still have 1 or 2 for novelty purposes, though they are often divided into several mini-screens instead of one gigantic one like the old days.
Porno is more than just nudity. Googling 'family nudity' won't make you a pedophile
Are you kidding
Nixon ain't got nothing on Teddy
Just read the first few paragraphs and be impressed:
Nu is het niks meer.
French Soldiers WWI
Am I doing it right?
Don't be so sure, the British were pretty much dominating everything at that time. We were pretty good with trading though
All the land France once held
Okay you win
But you can't judge! People don't choose to be pedophile, they're born that way! They can't help it!
It was destroyed and vandalized and rebuilt a few times. I don't know exactly why they left out 'land' that one time but I'm sure you can find it somewhere
>those guys on the bow jumping off before it explodes
It won't be before 1969 - the British Army wasn't deployed in Northern Ireland before then.
This photo: British Matilda II tanks in Libya, 1941.
The British had the most powerfull navy for a longer time than us, but there was a time when we were the leading maritime state of the world
the ship in question is HMS Barham. Over 800 men died in that explosion.
This photo: a young survivor of the Battle of the Somme, 1916.
American troops firing a French-built 155mm gun on the St. Mihiel front, France, 1918.
US Marines in action in the same province of Iraq now under the control of Islamic State.
The memorial site can't be visited by non US citizens because it's on a military base.
Fort Douaumont, the lynchpin of the defences of Verdun, in February 1916, when it fell to a 90-man German patrol...
The NB-36H carried a 3 megawatt reactor yes, but the reactor did not power any of the planes systems. The plane was powered by conventional piston and turbine engines and fuel just as any other plane. Basically it was a test-bed to ascertain the feasibility of flying an operational nuclear reactor, as any reactor light enough for flight on a plane would necessarily have inadequate shielding for the crew of the plane. Even the lead lined cabin compartment to protect the crew was hardly adequate. With the proliferation of ICBM nuclear missiles, the entire concept of nuclear powered strategic bombers that could theoretically stay aloft for weeks or even months on 24/7 alert was rendered obsolete practically overnight.
should have never withdrawn and left that shithole country in the hands of towelheads
all they can do is fight and kill each other, its like they refuse to join the rest of the civilized world despite us spending trillions cleansing their population of terrorists (90% of the islamic population)
he's just fired his M203 40mm Grenade Launcher - you can see the grenade in flight on the upper-right of the photo.
...and after 8 months of fighting which left over 700,000 French and German troops dead.
ya exactly why we never developed the tech further
i think you are right the US version was just a testbed, the soviets though did build a nuke powered plane but it vented the radioactive steam out into the atmosphere and the crews eventually did die of radiation poisining because the soviets didnt even bother with the shielding
in fairness to the durkas, most of the trillions the US spent in Iraq ended up in the pockets of a few Iraqi and American politicians.
This photo: National Transitional Council fighters of the Misurata Brigades open fire through the flooded streets of Surt, Libya, during the final days of the Libyan Civil War, October 2011.
true but still for fucks sake cant they just knock off the suicide bomb shit and just like work and make money and improve their lives instead of just murdering their neighbors and claiming it was gods will
well, technically it's America's fault for forcing France and Britain to give up their empires in the 50s and 60s, rather than let them have another 30-odd years of building infrastructure and education.
This photo: Soviet combat engineers, wearing camouflage smocks and steel cuirasses, fight against German troops in a ruined factory in the Ukraine, 1943. The man on the left is using a ROKS-2 flamethrower.
fair play to the french though, of the areas of Africa I have visited the french parts have the most investment in education
mind you the british parts are quite civilized except namibia but you can blame the south africans for that.
The belgian parts have been no-go areas for ages but aren't to bad today
that would be too easy. Remember, this is country where every single person with half a brain has got the fuck out, including most of its doctors, lawyers, university professors, engineers and scientists. The only educated ones left are those who stand to profit from continuing to plunder what wealth Iraq has left.
This photo: Operation Gericht, February 1916. German infantry, supported by flame-throwers, attack uphill towards French trenchers. Note the dude in the foreground throwing a grenade.
German troops operation an MG34 in Libya, 1941. Both of the men in the picture are wearing captured British uniform jackets and helmets.
Quattro E2s parked up after Group B was cancelled.
The horns allowed Jap operators to quite accurately locate aircraft by their sound. Every Flak battery had one of these accompanying "big ears". They took 3 men to operate and were the precursor to radar.
Saudi Arabia is backwards as fuck, too - gotta behead those adulterers!
That may very well be true. The Soviets had an even more cavalier attitude towards the risk of nuclear radiation safety than we did at the time. I should probably research the Soviets stuff a bit more myself, as I'm a bit of a nuke history buff. Its still amazing to me that an open cycle nuclear reactor powerplant for an aircraft was even considered past the purely theoretical for the United States OR the Soviets. Sadly though, almost all of the unorthodox reactor designs developed during this era were all cancelled and subsequently forgotten about until just now. Nuclear power is our only real feasible solution to the futures energy needs, and the BWR/PWR reactor technology we've relied upon all this time soley because they could be used to breed plutonium for nuclear weapons have become far more of a liability than an asset. Its time for a radically new design of reactor thats not only passively safe with no human interaction (yes, this is possible) but can also use what would otherwise be high level radioactive waste as fuel (also possible) to alleviate some of our long term storage concerns. Heres hoping for the future I guess...
Turkish troops deployed in the Negev Desert (now part of Israel) in 1917 show off their German-built MG08 machine-guns; they would soon be defeated and chased out of Palestine by General Allenby's British, Australian and Arab forces.
a German paratrooper poses with his captured Bren gun, Italy, 1944.
you are absolutely correct
bill gates is personally funding research into an advance thorium reactor, basically it takes low level nuclear material (thorium) and in stages it transforms it into higher level nuclear material, all the while sucking heat (power) from it and slowing the reaction
canada uses them and they arent as efficient but the end product of the nuclear material is not anywhere near as horrible and toxic as the US and former Soviet reactors designed to produce bomb grade material while producing power
look up the Orion Project on youtube, its the best documentary ive ever seen. in the 60s US scientists researched and designed a vehicle capable of sending the equivalent mass of a cruise ship into orbit using externally detonated nuclear bombs dropped out of the bottom of the ship. they ran the numbers and had actual scientific proof and miniature models that showed it would work but it would kill like 100 people every time they launched it because of the fallout from the hundreds of bombs it would have taken to send it into space. at the time president kennedy was working on the nuclear proliferation treaty and a space based nuclear platform was the last thing he wanted to fund so it all got shelved
>Nuclear power is our only real feasible solution to the futures energy needs
only if you ignore the winning and disposal cost of uranium and the damage done to the environment during these processes
it's a shame that we're such a technologic advanced species and yet we fully rely on a energy source from the stone age
nuclear power will be done and out in 50 years faggots
once decent enough battery storage has been researched, renewables will actually become a possibility for a steady source instead of just when the wind is blowing or the sun is shining
that research is expected to figure shit out in the next few decades
true we should have never dethroned saddam, he at least kept control of that country... ya it was by force and exterminating tens of thousands of his citezens but thats what needs to be done over there to prevent radical islam
fusion is where its at, once we perfect that the entire world will change.
literally free electricity, only thing is we have to keep pumping in hydrogen but its the most abundant substance in the entire universe so we will be fuckin set