So as not to get off topic I'll bring it back round to the nuke hoax:
“In the early 1940s Jack Aeby was a technician working with Emilio Segrè's research group at Los Alamos, USA. They, and other groups, were working in secret to develop an awesome weapon, dreadful enough, it was reasoned, to bring the war with Japan to an end. On Monday 16th July, 1945, Aeby was given permission to take a camera out into the New Mexico desert where the new weapon was to be detonated; the test was code-named Trinity.”
“At 5.29am the bomb was detonated. In the instant before the balloons and their detectors were destroyed they flashed their data back to recording instruments. Aeby was about 9 kilometres from ground zero.”
Did Aeby get cancer? No. Born 1923, died 2015 aged 91.
Aeby joined the Manhattan Project in 1942 and through his work with the Los Alamos National Laboratory witnessed nearly 100 nuclear explosions.
Wow, "witnessed" 100 nuclear detonations and no sign of exposure to any radiation despite only being about 5 miles from the Trinity blast. Brings a whole new meaning to the phrase "Teflon man".