Debunking the debunk nuke hoaxers

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Not much opposition to the nuke hoax theories we float here and at (spend much time on this very long thread), but here’s a really weak attempt. My favorite is that sooo many people would be involved in the coverup. Well sooo many people kept the development of the bomb quiet, ie. the Manhattan Project, according to their story.

The idea that and Nagasaki were “firebombed” and that no nuclear weapons were used against them, because no such weapons even exist to his day, can be dismissed out of hand as arrant nonsense. Several of our best commenters, armed with historical facts, have pointed this out. Others, impervious to logic and factual information, persist in peddling the conspiracy theory that Hiroshima and Nagasaki were “firebombed” and that “no nuclear weapons” exist at all!

Source: The “No Nuclear Bombs” Conspiracy theory – Darkmoon

h/t anon in anon

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Blue Moon
Blue Moon(@blue-moon)
6 years ago

For more laughs, here’s my attempt at a podcast all about the nuke hoax and the psychological effects of the fairy tale of nuclear Armageddon-

6 years ago

There were several of us chatting in the lobby today. Greg mentioned it was the 70th anniversary of the “nuclear” bombing in Japan and he lives in Tennessee close to the company that enriched uranium (I hope that is the correct term) for the Manhattan project.

I googled it and found the same article you just posted. I hope the “no nukes” group is correct. It is nice to know that the world can’t be blown away by some crazy dictator with the correct codes.