A blow never to be forgotten

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An update on what to do if you run into  the world’s most enduring hoax, the nuke bomb.

The best advice for surviving a nuclear bomb is to be somewhere else when it goes off. If that doesn’t work out for you, though, a recent study carried out at the US Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) provides some simple guidance for maximizing your chances of survival.


Inspired by K Ham’s latest show.  K was recalling how shitizens were told not to look at the blast,  lest they go blind.

The Wizard of Oz: Pay No Attention: youtu.be/NZR64EF3OpA

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3 thoughts on “A blow never to be forgotten

  1. smj

    millions of america’s best and brightest brainwashed were exposed to this disney bullshit in their high school physics class in the 60s and 70s.

    former luftwaffe reconnaissance aviator, heinz haber, narrates the history of atomic prescience for us.


    “fiction often has a way of becoming fact…” — walt disney

  2. Tom Dalpra

    I liked this old quote from a witness to the Lockerbie plane ‘crash’ psyop.

    ”The immediate thought of Mr Gould was that Chapelcross, the nearby nuclear power station, had exploded.
    He says he went back into his house in Park Place and went up into the timber part at the top which would have offered less protection.
    “With a nuclear blast you don’t want to survive,” Mr Gould says.

    Haha! No thought, excuse the language, of getting the fuck out of there.!No, no…with nuclear it’s best to just lie down and die 🙂

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