The more I think about this story, the more impossible it is to believe. This is exactly what spending time thinking dialectically does. You ask yourself “what is wrong with me thinking this is fake?”. “Why can’t a telescreen-hypnotized child of today break away from the programming and becoming a wizard of the highest level?”
The whole story has a Harry Potter theme to it. While I didn’t read the series, I believe Harry was a wizard. If you equate nuclear to the new sorcery, or magic, then you realize we need sorcerers, wizards, and wizards-in-training to take the reigns and lead us into energy salvation. So of course we need stories, or myths like this to keep the spell cast.
Now why don’t we have stories from our “enemies” ‘s children discovering the magic? Aren’t we told that Asian children are far more advanced in the maths because of their disciplined parents and tremendous work ethic? Shouldn’t North Korean children be pumping out nuclear discoveries every week, since they are held captive in dark places (perfect sorcery-inducing conditions)? If it’s so easy to stumble upon this magic in an underfunded, neglected, western school system lab, there should be nuclear discoveries popping up all over the world in Steve Wozniak garages and other child genius enclaves.
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Not too sure what to think of these nuclear wunderkids, other than to be highly suspicious of anything and everything they’re claiming. Since I fundamentally believe that fission/fusion to create massive amounts of energy is a simple scientific hoax, I pretty much dismiss these fluff pieces completely.Considering the dumbing down of education in general worldwide, it’s unfathomable to believe such advanced “research” even occurs.
And yesterday he became the youngest person in the world to achieve nuclear fusion from scratch at his Lancashire secondary school, using high energy to smash two hydrogen atoms together to make helium.
Let’s look at the below photo. The entity in the safety suit has a very “Adam Lanza” look to it. Adam Lanza was a sim, so it makes sense that this image represents a sim too. Does this look like a lab or a messy closet? A good lab, like a good office, is neat and organized to be efficient. Messy=crazy scientist. Nobody crazy should be involved in nuclear if it is as unsafe as it’s supposed to be, that is, if nuclear material exists at all. What you are looking at below is more like a bad photoslop job of a psyOp composer’s idea of a wonky kid scientist.
My name is Taylor Wilson and I am a teenage nuclear scientist. I am obsessed with all things nuclear and radioactive and conduct research in related fields.
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