These 528 chemical (developer and fixer) drawings on outdated and fogged silver gelatin paper were done in the Sky Atlas Darkroom at Caltech during a 16-week Huntington-Caltech Art and Research Fellowship in 2022. I found boxes of unopened photo paper in the abandoned darkroom and transformed them into representations of the 528 above-ground nuclear tests to date. They resemble trees, fetuses, tornadoes, Rorschach tests, eyes, storms, and the mushroom clouds of nuclear explosions that poison our world. Some are done from existing imagery - Harold Edgerton's rapatronic photographs and the U.S. Military's photographic record. Half of the world's film stock was deployed to the Bikini Atoll in 1953 to capture the Crossroads nuclear tests, the first tests after Hiroshima and Nagasaki. These chemical drawings are various sizes - from 8x10" to 20x24" - and have varied surfaces - RC, fiber, glossy, matte and pearl. They were all exhibited at the University of Colorado Springs in 2022 and will be on exhibit at Cerritos College in 2023.