Thorium – the next magic act?

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Why bother phasing out the nuclear stations when you can just retrofit them with another mythical rock? Aside from controlling a real energy, oil, and thus not allowing us to know the real (unlimited) quantity of it, I’m fascinated how they can take a mythical rock and sell its magical effects as energy. Of course they’re now selling C02 back to the population to further illustrate the unquestioning duped masses. What a show and swindle! Thorium is element #90!

Carlo Rubbia, a former director of the CERN laboratory who shared the 1984 Nobel Prize in Physics, described thorium as having “absolute pre-eminence” over all other fuels including fossil fuels and uranium, the metallic element that has driven reactors since nuclear first started powering public grids in 1956.

via Nobel physicist: Thorium trumps all fuels as energy source | SmartPlanet.

Incidentally, thorium was discovered by a priest. Who controlled the “knowledge” back in the 1800s? At least our physicists don’t have to get religious training — or do they? Do they perhaps belong to a “mystery” religion that goes unadvertised?

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morten_T…

Hans Morten Thrane Esmark(1801–1882) was a Norwegian priest andmineralogist.

He was born inKongsbergas a son ofJens Esmark. He became known for describing several new minerals, such asThorite, especially from theLangesundsfjordendistrict.[1]

In Norse mythologyThor (from Old Norse Þórr) is a hammer-wielding god associated with thunderlightningstormsoak trees,strength, the protection of mankind, and also hallowing, healing and fertility.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thor

h/t Banazir

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2 thoughts on “Thorium – the next magic act?

  1. tsisageya

    This is entirely too much. I refuse to go down any-fucking-further (please forgive my language) into the stupid, stupid rabbit hole. These things insult true rabbit holes. True rabbit holes make sense and go according to the rabbit, aka FOR A REASON.

    Ugh. Disgusting. But this gave me a good laugh, ab:

    Why bother phasing out the nuclear stations when you can just retrofit them with another mythical rock?

    Hylarious.

    1. ArmunnRigh

      In Portugal, we have a saying: “Cesteiro que faz um cesto, faz um cento”

      It translates to “A basket-maker that makes one basket, makes a hundred”. If a major lie and illusion like 9/11 was perpetrated, why trust anything from the same sources?

      If they went so far as to create this guy to sell nuclear power, even by admitting to some lies related to radiation, why wouldn’t they create a new mineral?

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