Lord of the nuke Lies

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Speaking of past shows,  Rae made quite a video featuring one of them.

It’s important to remember that without neither of us would have been talking about this concept.

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4 thoughts on “Lord of the nuke Lies

  1. John le Bon

    Did anybody manage to get a copy of this video?

    It is now down from youtube, and I can’t find it on Rae’s site either.

    The original audio is obviously still available (both on Fakeologist and Big Lies), but the video version was a sensational presentation.

  2. simonshack

    PSYopticon wrote:

    “If the phony nuke plants really were Dump Loads, where is all the steam generated from boiling all this water to “use up” all this “excess electricity” ? All the “nuke plants” I’ve ever seen have no condensation towers, and little sign of any steam generation either.”

    Really? no condensation plumes from “nuclear” plants?

    The CATTENOM “nuclear” plant:


    “Psyopticon” (aka “Evil Edna) is obviously a 101 shill – to be ignored and denied access to serious peoples’ debates.

  3. psyopticon

    This guy Rae West has some very interesting material, much of it lost in the joo-hate fest. The Dump Load theory, though, he’s supporting here to expose the probable hoax of “nuclear plants”, needs scrutinising properly.

    He’s obviously an intelligent man, but because of that joo-bashing, I’m not entirely persuaded he’s sincere over the Nuke Hoax, or anything else.

    From 41m52s [ www.youtube.com/watch?v=sIQVdB… ]:

    Rae: “There are two views on what nuclear power stations really are. One is the Dump Load. And the other, which is newer, is to get rid of toxic waste underground. [snipped]

    Rae: “I’ll try and explain Dump Loads. If you’ve got a battery or a source of power, and it’s powering things, they have to sort of match up. If there’s too much voltage or amps, or whatever, the thing will sort of blow up. Or if there’s too little it won’t work properly.

    Rae: “Most people don’t realise this. If you turn a light switch on or turn on a microwave or something, or any other electrical appliance, it’s all balanced out for you by the people working in the power station. And people collectively, there isn’t much variation if everybody turns things on and off at random, you’ve got a fairly constant power.

    Rae: “So there’s no problem with matching; you know you fire up your power station, or you keep it going all the time, and some power stations go online, and so go off, and there are other storage systems as well, like flywheels for example. If you have a really big flywheel it’s amazing how much energy it can store. Anywhere there’s a problem of uneven use of power. [snipped]

    Ab: “So the bottom line is, that most people don’t realise, that electricity is not like water or gas. You cannot put it in a tank and draw it out as you need it later. So the production has to meet the use within a few seconds.

    Rae: “Yes, that’s true, yes. And people don’t realise there’s a power the electricity has been clean but of course there’s a generator at the other end of it. Let me give you this example which I’m quite fond of, which applies in Britain and no doubt America. If there’s a big ball game, football game, something like that, on the TV. Typically you have a break half way through it, or something. During that break, a large number of people go and make coffee or tea. So you might have two or three million kettles going on. In Britain these are like three kilowatts or something, so that’s six gigawatts of electricity all suddenly demanded. That’s the equivalent to a whole power station or two. There’s some calculations on the website. It’s at least the same as the biggest power station that ever existed. Just to switch on [kettles] for the coffee!

    Ab: “Where is the post on your site that calculates it? Is that in this forum?

    Rae: “Yeah, if you click on the Nuclear Power Doubts, there’s a collection of separate items, and the Dump Load one is right at the top, it’s in the information section.

    Ab: So that’s where you’ve done your calculations and explanation.

    Rae: There’s no explanation, it’s along the same lines as I’m saying here.

    Rae: “Anyway, in order to even it out, you have a Dump Load. You pick a sort of maximum needed and the rest of it just goes to waste. It sounds a criminal waste of electricity, doesn’t it? You have a basically great big thing to boil water, and that uses up the electricity. And then when all these people’s kettles come on line, you switch off your Dump Load, or turn it down, and so nobody notices that all the power is balanced out.

    Rae: “And the theory of the sceptics is that nuclear power [plants], they are just Dump Loads. There may be some experimental stuff in it, but basically all they do is not generate electricity. And according to the originator of all this, according to Roger Desjardins, there have been plenty of power cuts, although they are connected up to nuclear power stations. And he regards that as conclusive evidence that they don’t actually generate any power at all.

    1) excess electric current doesn’t exist, not in practice, not in concept. All appliances – microwave ovens, light bulbs, kettles and so on, have a specified load; they draw a specified current. An electric current involves the movement of electrons from the anode (-) to the cathode (+) of a supply. Only the current needed is ever drawn by the load or loads in a circuit. For example, a 100 watt light bulb (driven at 240v) will only ever draw I=P/V = 100/240 = 410 milliamperes. Because of the diameter of the bulb filament, the bulb can’t physically draw a current any greater than that. Same rule for every other appliance.

    2) while at any point in time, there might be an excess burning of fuel (oil/gas) in the furnace of a power plant – (through poor fuel management, or poor prediction of load) – when there’s only a low load from the grid, that excess fuel will not be converted into an (excess) electric current, or “excess load” That just doesn’t happen.

    If the plant has a really dumb design, that excess heat from the furnace will unnecessarily heat water, spinning the turbines, spinning the generator rotors, and creating an unusable potential difference (P.D.) at the terminals of the generator. But without anything actually drawing an electric current from the generator, that “electricity” will be instantaneously lost.

    A cleverer power plant design would (i) control the burner fuel in near real-time; (ii) divert excess steam away from the turbines, and up the condensation towers. (iii) disengage a clutch mechanism on the common shaft connecting the turbines to the generator.

    3) if you wanted to dump electricity (if you even could do such a thing) why transport it around the country first? Electricity travels at the speed of light. So it’s not as if you need to dump it where and when you can. Why not just dump it (going along with this hoax momentarily) at the (conventional) generating power plant? Why transport the electricity to the fake “nuke plants” at all?

    4) Again, playing along with the (phony) idea of Dump Loads, why wouldn’t you just “dump” the electricity down an earth rod into the ground like we do lightning, within the generating power plant itself? Why bother using up that “excess electricity” by “basically boiling water”, in the boilers supposedly hidden away in these phony nuke plants?

    5) if the phony nuke plants really were Dump Loads, where is all the steam generated from boiling all this water to “use up” all this “excess electricity” ? All the “nuke plants” I’ve ever seen have no condensation towers, and little sign of any steam generation either.

    Rae West is an interesting fella, but this lady’s not buying this one!

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