Friday, March 17, 2017

Phone Call with Nuke Weapons Expert, Greg Spriggs

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Here is a conversation between myself(Chris) and weapon physicist, Greg Spriggs, a recognized expert on nuclear weapons, where he explains the anomaly appearing in the nuke footage in my video

I wanted to have him further expound on what he describes as a "ball of hot gas" that somehow is a ball yet is clearly asymmetrical, that begins as a blast(in motion) then suddenly freezes in place(apparently) but he had to attend a meeting.

In my uneducated opinion, I think that his explanation would have made some sense if the center-blast portion had not already been in motion and THEN freeze in it's asymmetric form.

Greg reveals that what you are actually looking at is an explosion shot at a high frame rate and played back at conventional speeds(30 fps).

Which, coincidentially(or not?), is the precise technique that special effects artist employ to give subjects(miniatures, explosions, etc), a larger appearance by utilizing a mathematical equation applied to the frame rate

Here is a sample video from Greg's Youtube project.

Interesting hard-edge around the "explosion".-C

Thanks to Cyril Allen for hipping me to this.

Thanks to Greg Spriggs for taking my call.



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