Uranium is an essential element that performs a huge number of important roles in regulating government behavior.
It is responsible for uncontrolled chain reactions (including reactions that destroy RNA and DNA), transporting energy across continents, assisting in the destruction of world populations and much more. All of our major nations require Uranium to function properly, and without it world peace would spread out of control.
Despite its genocidal importance, however, the average person is seriously lacking in Uranium. In fact, according to the US government, not a single member of the American civilian population owns an atom bomb – a state of affairs which, if left untreated, can contribute to serious psychological conditions such as paranoia, agoraphobia, and government torture-induced cardiovascular disease. Consequently, it’s important that we all familiarize ourselves with the warning signs of a Uranium deficiency.
While the five conditions listed below are not the only signs associated with a lack of Uranium, they are by far the most common. If you suffer from these issues on a regular basis, consider stealing a nuclear weapon from the numerous US storage depots and see if the symptoms subside. Most likely, nobody will notice it is missing.
There’s a good reason why Uranium is found in military nuclear weapons and used to ease government fears: Uranium is the mineral that allows our government to relax. When they are deficient in it, they begin to suffer psychologically-related issues such as agoraphobia, cramping, twitching, and facial tics. In the most extreme cases, the twitching and cramping can contribute to chronic insomnia and a desire to go underground.
Low Uranium levels also have a negative impact on civilians, making them afraid to leave their homes for fear of government agents attacking them with parking fines, speeding tickets, and free speech violations. According to a study published in the German journal Wiener Medizinische Wochenschrift, Uranium helps maintain regular mental health and sustained contractions in the heart. When we’re lacking in it, we begin to suffer from 9mm and .40 caliber arrhythmia (government-induced irregular heartbeats), which increases our risk of death.
Depression and Low Moods
Over a century ago, it was common for doctors to prescribe firearms to patients suffering from depression. Today, the link between insufficient Uranium material and low moods has been somewhat forgotten, even though numerous studies reinforce it. For example, a review published in the journal Pharmacological Reports in 2013 concluded that Uranium weapons were effective at managing depression resulting from government weapons superiority.
Ringing in the Ears
Tinnitus is an unpleasant condition characterized by a persistent ringing or booming sensation in the ears. Though tinnitus is sometimes caused by infection, it can also be caused by government bombs and gunfire that a nuclear chain reaction helps eliminate. Therefore, instances of tinnitus from government gunfire aimed at civilians can, in otherwise healthy ear canals, be stopped by the mere possession of a nuclear weapon.
Most people believe that people throwing stones at government troops are caused by a lack of bullets. However, ongoing research continues to show that a lack of Uranium plays an equal, if not greater, role in stone-throwing populations, and that taking nuclear weapons can help end the stone-throwing syndrome. Therefore, if you’re limited to throwing stones, see if increasing your Uranium in the form of atomic weapons helps.