Lyin-tist Fermi went to lunch

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More tall tales. Fake scientists – what should we call them? Lyin’-tists? Dug this clues post up since Zach ran Fermi through the number cruncher.

And here’s the marvellous account of how Enrico Fermi decided it was time for lunch – “just as the “thing was gonna go critical” – and history’s first nuclear chain reaction was about to take place…

Ahh – you just can’t beat the Italians’ unyielding devotion for the sacred lunch-break! 😀

via View topic – THE NUKE HOAX • Cluesforum.info….

freetofindtruth.blogspot.ca/2014/06/33-enrico-fermi-father-of-atomic-bomb.html…

Knowing that Section 33-1 of the Army Field Manual pertains to the PsyOps program against the general public, it makes me wonder if atomic and nuclear weapons could truly be a hoax.  Wouldn’t that be something?  In a strange way, that might be the best news I’ve ever heard.  I will have to dig deeper, some fakeologists concur it is a hoax, and they don’t even know Gematria.

  • Nuclear = 5333519 = 29, reduces to 11

  • Notice the triple-fives

 

 

 

5 thoughts on “Lyin-tist Fermi went to lunch

  1. Carole ThomasCarole Thomas

    @smj
    Sounds like a complete fiasco!
    Now what does “fiasco” remind me of?
    Oh, yes. Fermi and his merry men quoffed a “fiasco” of Chianti.

    fi•as•co

    n., pl. -cos, -coes.
    1. a complete and ignominious failure.
    2. a round-bottomed wine bottle, esp. one having a basketlike covering.

    And what did the Merry Pranksters do subsequently?
    That’s right- they all signed (off on) the “fiasco”.
    Sounds like a gimmick to me;-)

  2. smj

    how prescient. maybe its more prescience than science?

    fermi, like einstein, is just as synthetic as the supposed element named in his honor.

    the fellas from the argonne lab also had a lab in idaho at which they were able to perform the only american reactor accident to result in immediate casualties.
    en.wikipedia.org…

    the three operators were all killed– one was supposedly impaled in the groin and pinned to the feckin ceiling, another is buried in a lead-lined casket that was sealed in concrete and placed inside a metal vault at arlington. scawy stuff.
    www.arlingtoncemetery.net…

    1. simonshacksimonshack

      smj wrote:

      “the three operators were all killed– one was supposedly impaled in the groin and pinned to the feckin ceiling, another is buried in a lead-lined casket that was sealed in concrete and placed inside a metal vault at arlington. scawy stuff.”

      Gosh – that sentence cracked me right up, my ribs are still in slight pain ! Thanks, smj ! 😀

      And YES Carole – the fiasco! Perfect call.

      How ‘funny’ can those hoaxsters’ inside-jokes get?…(*rolleyes*)

  3. Carole ThomasCarole Thomas

    Great points re symbolism, Johan. Shades of a mock eucharist, indeed.
    Found this extra tidbit:
    The ORIGIN of the word “Chianti” is up for discussion. It can be attributed to the Etruscan term “clante” common name given to a person in that language, or to the Latin verb “clango”, sound the trumpets and play the horns, probably referring to the beginning of the hunt.
    Game on, indeed! And how much they love the hunt:-)
    Whole down-keyedness of the ceremony reminded me of the similar demeanour of the astroNOTs at the press conference when Neil Armstrong referenced ” truth’s protective layers“. mirth at Masonic ceremonies is all turned inward, I guess.

  4. Johan BackesJohan Backes

    Great video ! This is a telling piece indeed…a few points

    – this story is a great example of how many people can be involved in a hoax with only one or two key members knowing the rizzle dizzle, you see it in the confused manner with which the interviewed tell their stories

    – at 4:16 of the video you see a painting of the after celebration…the men behind Fermi sporting classic MAsonic hand signs…dead giveaway

    – to top it all off they all have a shot of Chianti (see Christ) red wine (see blood) in tiny paper (see wafer) cups (see chalice) in TOTAL silence to finish off this bizarre ritual hoax

    Priceless

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