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Popular Science Magazine- April 1990
vol 236 no. 4
DARE WE BUILD THEM?
The promise of energy from the atom once seemed limitless. In the heady days after the first atomic bombs had exploded and the titanic power of nuclear fission had been revealed, enthusiasm for the beneficial aspects of the atom was unfettered. One journalist wrote that it could turn deserts and jungles into "new lands flowing with milk and honey." Another wrote that "Africa could be transformed into another Europe."
They also told us there would be no life for 75 years where atomic bombs are detonated. Oleanders were growing everywhere just days after the bombing of Hiroshima. They told us they went to the moon and now they tell us they must overcome radiation issues before going back. They are the Crown Princes of Obfuscation and Convoluted Thought. Besides having the attention span of ferrets on double cappucinos.
I get the impression they sometimes don't even care if we know the truth. 911 was a prime example of bold tribal effrontery and contempt. One thing all these hoaxes have in common are their authors. Same bunch of globally affiliated liars ransacking the truth at every turn and making zillions of dollars.
In 1958, Lewis Strauss, then chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission made his famous prediction that electricity from the atom would soon be "too cheap to meter."
Amazing how optimistic these clowns can be when trying to get access to the treasury contents. Once inside the vault just try and get these comedians back out again. Try confronting them with their lies see how that works.
Beginning with the impetus of President Eisenhower's "Atoms for Peace" plan in 1953, and continuing for two decades, the march towards worldwide energy salvation by splitting the atom seemed inexorable.
Domestic energy rates have been skyrocketting for decades in spite of our best efforts at energy conservation. The surplusses went up in steam (literally) and the swine are gouging us as if "energy salvation" was the name of a small village in China. Yep, we sure got our energy salvation, we were saved from having too much personal wealth, disposable income.
Then the nuclear passion began to pall.
The flames of passion were artificially ignited and fanned with the means at the hoaxster's disposal. Extinguishing a mirage is like creating it but in reverse. If the claim to commercially-viable nuclear energy production was valid we would have nuclear batteries for our portables and small reactors to heat our homes and operate our appliances. The nuclear passion was more a question of perspective. From the perspective of the hoaxsters sitting on a mountain of cash the concept of a fabricated nuclear pretext to hide the dumping of surplus energies was sheer passion.
There were higher-than-predicted construction and operating expenses, making nuclear electricity less competitive with that from coal-fired plants. Then costly delays as the procedures for getting a plant approved, built, and certified for operation became lengthier and more onerous (from beginning to end the span eventually stretched to a dismaying 14 years).
Hungry hyenas lined up for miles attracted by the scent of a very big kill. Salivating and waiting for a turn to rip away a sliver of meat. They relieve the treasury of its contents like hoardes of famished wolves.
Then a whole series of mishaps, some minor, some potentially major. Troubling reports of negligent work, inadequate inspections, cover-ups. Growing concerns about radioactive waste storage, proliferation of bomb materials, terrorism, disposal of spent reactors. Anxiety over health hazards of exposure to radioactivity.
But not a single meltdown or act of atomic terrorism and the only proliferation observed is that done by the key players lavishly distributing this treasury bleed potential to their affiliates running other countries so they can fleece their slave-bots and hide their surpluses too so domestic energy rates can stay exhorbitantly high.
The only anxiety in waste disposal (nuclear) is the danger of making too much money. National security protocols shroud every deception. Compartmentalization insulates and contains any potential hoax leaks. The hoaxster's paradise.
And the ultimate safety question: How could we be sure a reactor accident would not result in a fuel meltdown and disastrous release of lethal radioactivity? By the end on 1974, orders for more than 100 reactors were either cancelled or postponed.
How much money was made before the cancellation order was given? How do we know for sure that they ever really intended on finishing these projects anyways?
I know for a fact that the closed reactor in Gaffney South Carolina (where Cameron filmed The Abyss) cost 500 million before it was closed down for "economic reasons."
Funny how those tribal affiliates don't get lynched by the public when they pull massive ripoffs like that in broad daylight. The same damn public that rallies feverishly for the death penalty against little people that steal table scraps from banks at gunpoint. Table scraps stolen at gunpoint pisses them off but billions of dollars stolen by a globally affiliated tribe of diploma-toting pathological liars is ok. They (the grateful public) might also give the well-heeled thieves a medal of Congress for services to mankind and perhaps a Nobel for relieving them of so much of the fruits of their labours under false pretenses.
Then in 1979 came the fuel meltdown at Three Mile Island-2 near Harrisburg, Pa., the most serious nuclear plant accident yet to occur in the United States. Even though no lives were lost and measurements showed no one in the vicinity was exposed to dangerous levels of radiation, the incident panicked thousands, and the necessary cleanup job--at a cost of about a billion dollars--is still not finished.
A billion dollars is a good motive to stage a so-called CVNR accident. Not to mention the spinoff-fears the hoaxsters can use to manipulate the public and limit freedoms while raking in big bucks.
Edited by Ghostwriter, 16 May 2014 - 07:11 PM.