Questioning nukes

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Good podcaster (who is The Dude anyway?) questioning nuclear bombs. His acceptance of the psience and nuclear power doesn’t follow logic, but I do enjoy some of his other podcasts. 

Some question the existence of atomic bombs. They say its nothing more than TNT silos being detonated and claimed to be fueled by fission reactions due to volatile elements being crushed. In this episode, we examine the evidence of these claims. Enjoy.

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2 thoughts on “Questioning nukes

  1. Jepulisjepsis

    I do not like that program. It has said that :

    “The half-truth is the most dangerous form of lie, because it can be defended in part by incontestable logic.”

    Maybe he should first think IF whole theory of atoms is ok ? Does atom exist at all ? And does neutrons exits?

    I did that and I realized that this theory of atoms is some kind of science fiction story. It’s based more on human imagination than tested things, it’s science paradigm. It’s not exact science where anyone can repeat needed tests how example neutrons behave etc. That is why nuclear power are not “allowed” in certain areas of this globe. Someone who does not like western culture may expose this hoax, that’s why it’s not “allowed” to all.

    Remember. This theory and inventions are made about hundred years ago and we still cannot repeat these tests in most universities. Science cannot be like that. We can built a transistor in technical schools today. Transistor is invented later than nuclear physics.

    And about professionals :

    ‘Those who know do not speak. Those who speak do not know.’ — Lao Tsu

    “They have not known nor understood: for he hath shut their eyes, that they cannot see; and their hearts, that they cannot understand.” – Isaiah 44:18

    Science can’t be religion. Religions tend to lie.


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