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Waking up @ 9:11 to nuclear alert hoax

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The Pickering nuclear plant – like all its worldwide counterparts – is a giant prop. A Disneyland castle. The magick box with all the fire, brimstone and fury is the fake part. There are no magic rocks giving off radioactive heat. This is the “core” of the lie.


I went for my walk today and visited the prop.

I went for a walk by the plant today – check this periscope and subscribe

I’m sure it’s NOT a coincidence I get this squawking emergency alert telling me the first one was a false (fake) one at precisely 9:11. No phone in my place got the alleged first alert.
Does anyone else think they’ve effectively neutralized any future alerts due to the Johnny cries wolf effect?

Here’s the story that has all the political hacks chattering.

Ontario Power Generation says an emergency alert issued to cellphones Sunday morning with respect to an “incident” at the Pickering Nuclear Generating Station was done so in error.

“There is no danger to the public or environment,” the agency said on Twitter.

Nothing will come of this. How can an agency “talk” on “twitter”? There’s a human involved somewhere one would hope.

Thanks to research exemplified by SMJ here, we can safely conclude that nuclear science, including power, is fake. They are no magic rods that can melt down and release radioactivity that will then incinerate you or your family.

The power plant does anywhere from nothing to boiling off excess power that wasn’t able to be used near the time of generation from other sources.

This plant has been slated to close for 25 years – much like all our “old” plants. Due to the expansion of Toronto, it’s sitting on prime waterfront land, and is supposed to be demolished for extraordinary amounts of money, the land “cleaned”, and returned to developers for intensive housing.

Repeat: this plant is a prop. Like the Disneyworld castle. Real people work there, adjusting disneyland knobs on a prop control panel that looks like the Apollo control room of the 1950s – another movie set prop. It’s the majick rods in the magic box with their control rods that is the hoax – the tanks, boiling water, turbines are real – but the power source – the heat from the magic rocks – is FAKE!

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JLB’s The War Hoax Explained

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www.johnlebon.com/live-shows/t…

If war is a hoax, then what happened to my [insert family member]?

Why do some ex-servicemen seem to have missing limbs, PTSD, and other ailments?

Piece of Mind War is a hoax thread

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The disneyfied nuclear story

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There’s far more chance and accidents than any kind of science in the nuclear hoax story.

At the 32-minute mark, the author laughingly admits that the Lawrence Livermore lab is nothing more than a movie set. The truth always wants to come out.

According to this author, it only took 90 days to build or invent a nuclear fission plant which we use today. And, like the moon landing, it worked the very first time!

[American Innovations] Nuclear Energy | Interview with James Mahaffee | 7 #americanInnovations
podplayer.net/?id=79315807 via @PodcastAddict

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Truth will out: nuclear science is a hoax

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Nuclear power, nuclear bombs, nuclear medicine are all based on a phony science developed by psychological war scientists.

 

 

The scientist, Marvin Minsky (1927-2016) was one of the pioneers of the field of Artificial Intelligence, having founded the MIT AI Lab in 1970. Since the 1950s, his work involved trying to uncover human thinking processes and replicate them in machines. [Listener: Christopher Sykes]TRANSCRIPT: I don’t think it was an important part then, except that since people were going to Japan and getting killed in this period it was a great relief. And for several days after the news came out I was convinced that this was actually a… a hoax, because Hiroshima was a port city, and so I assumed that in fact somebody had equipped a barge with a few thousand tons of TNT, just as the cliché went, and they’d slipped this barge into the harbor, and then they flew a little airplane over and dropped something and set off this bomb. And so I assumed this was a great trick for fooling the Japanese into thinking we had an atomic bomb.But Nagasaki wasn’t so accessible, so… I think many people must have wondered, why… why did we drop two bombs? Why wasn’t one enough? My first thought was that it was to convince them that it wasn’t a hoax. A few years later then, I met Oppenheimer for the first time when I was in graduate school at Princeton, and he was very hospitable… and tragic.

Source: HOAX BUSTERS CALL

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Hiroshima was a firebombing since nuclear bombs are a psyop

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It is the anniversary of dropping an atom bomb on Hiroshima. But the Hiroshima narrative is a lie. We’ve reported at considerable length about how the whatever was dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki didn’t have the kind of immediate destructive impact that is portrayed.

Source: On This “Atom Bomb”-Anniversary, You’re Being Lied To About Hiroshima (And Much More..) | Zero Hedge

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Uranium is named after Uranus, and other inside jokes

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Part of the fun of fakeology is picking apart origin stories. @smj is great at this, and we value his wit when reading Wickedpedia.

The central part of the nuclear lie is the nuclear reactor. Everything else about a nuclear power plant is real. Boiling water, steam, spinning turbines all work well and have changed society. It’s the core lie of pellets and rods that I question.

Is there anything in the Uranium story that’s hard to believe? Any numerology used to code the fakery? Has anyone tested its melting point of 1132C perchance? Is there any chance someone with such a kiln could debunk this Masonic number?

I’ll highlite some fun numbers and links below.

Let’s explore the wonderful world of your anus’ magic rock!

Uranium is a heavy metal which has been used as an abundant source of concentrated energy for over 60 years.
Uranium occurs in most rocks in concentrations of 2 to 4 parts per million and is as common in the Earth’s crust as tin, tungsten and molybdenum. Uranium occurs in seawater, and can be recovered from the oceans.
Uranium was discovered in 1789 by Martin Klaproth, a German chemist, in the mineral called pitchblende. It was named after the planet Uranus, which had been discovered eight years earlier.
Uranium was apparently formed in supernovae about 6.6 billion years ago. While it is not common in the solar system, today its slow radioactive decay provides the main source of heat inside the Earth, causing convection and continental drift.
The high density of uranium means that it also finds uses in the keels of yachts and as counterweights for aircraft control surfaces, as well as for radiation shielding.
Uranium has a melting point of 1132°C. The chemical symbol for uranium is U.

www.world-nuclear.org/informat….

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Tape, iodine, and sugar for the children

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Nuclear power is fake, as is all nuclear science.
How does France, the most nuclear power nation on earth, pull off such a hoax, when we’re told 70% of their power comes from nuclear?

My speculation is their power comes from their world wars adversaries – the Germans! What a massive contradiction and an impossibility for most Francos to believe! To add insult to injury, their “clean” nuclear power is probably “dirty” coal produced.

9/11 proved that the whole world can be deceived – forever. Nuclear is a big lie – that has endured for over one hundred years. Is there any chance the truth will be revealed, before it’s retired forever? Doubtful.

A few clues that poke fun at those that actually believe in the hoax.

At 5:55 – the Chernobyl radiation release stopped at the French border – due to a high pressure zone! What great luck!

Amusing “emergency” kit at 24:55

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Nuclear boy scout (humor)

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More nonsense stories around the nonsense story that is all things nuclear.

David Charles Hahn (October 30, 1976 – September 27, 2016) sometimes called the “Radioactive Boy Scout” or the “Nuclear Boy Scout”, was an American who attempted to build a homemade neutron source at the age of 17.

en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_…

H/t Beevie

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Gorby LARPing to the very end

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As a long time media consumer, it’s fun to catch up with these past prominent players years later.

Gorby is still pushing the nuke hoax. He’s very convincing, you wonder if he really believes it or has convinced himself that nukes are real.

Either way, the Soviet missiles on parade look like giant toys, which I believe they actually are.

As a fakeologist, it’s a relief to know that nukes are a fantastic psychological weapon that actually maintain peace by creating a fear of an ultimate demise by a magical weapon, as opposed to anything that can really destroy every last (fake) atom on earth.

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I’m not gone

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Things are slow here because it’s summer and actually pleasant out.

Today I swam by (what I used to think was dangerous) my local nuclear power plant. The water was warm and clear – and not radioactive.

Here’s some feedback from a listener who agrees on my stance that all things nuclear are fiction.

He dug through the archives to listen to episode 180. You can too!

Listening to episode 180. Wow! Your breakdown on nuclear power was phenomenal. The Hollywood prop analogy is f’n spot on! We only see the prop! The rest of the construct is built in our imagination. Brilliant. The point made about politicians working for the elite and it being a rich vs poor is so simple yet so easy to lose sight of in this world of make believe.

I remember you saying sometimes you just need an atta boy every now and again to keep going. This is that time. You really are the top spokesperson for what is really going on in this world of deception.

Thanks for doing what you do brotha!!
Shawn

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