Nuclear weapons are psychological devices – not radiation devices. Stress can and will kill you long term.
If you beLIEve a WHO study, they tell you the truth about what the sim-weapon is all about.
Psychological fears also show up after radiation accidents. Reporting on the impact of the catastrophic 1986 Chernobyl nuclear disaster 20 years later, the World Health Organization found more psychological than physical fallout among the local population. “Persistent myths and misperceptions about the threat of radiation have resulted in ‘paralyzing fatalism’ among residents of affected areas,” the report said.
“When there is a chronic elevation of stress, hormones can even kill brain cells, particularly in the hippocampus.”
A look into a small piece of the psyOP hoax construction mechanics.
The following comment is by Jack33, a commenter brought here long ago by our friend Annette. He has given me permission to reprint it. Jack33 linked me to the Cleburne Times Review, an annoying pop-up infested newspaper that quickly insists on subscription to access its branded tripe, warning that we are given only five clicks before before the wall goes up. Use your clicks wisely! We don’t want to miss it if the Times Review accidentally prints something true or, God forbid, insightful. (I would like to
Unreal examines how one might have built a pyramid, different from the official narrative.
Egypt is a very important chapter in the official narrative of the history of the world as we know it today. The quantity of artefacts is as impressive as the number of theories surrounding each discovery. And the alternative historians and occasionally conspiracy theorists also heavily contribute in the myth of a country that never really mattered internationally but that more so live on its glorious past that seems very hard to actually find once you start looking.