Connect the dots

Connect the dots

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Very strange, but in Russia everything the same
All documents will be revamp too

After graduating from Harvard University, Oppenheimer sailed to England and enrolled at the University of Cambridge, where he began his atomic research at the Cavendish Laboratory in 1925.

A year later, he teamed with Max Born at Göttingen University, where he met a host of prominent physicists, including Niels Bohr.

He received his doctorate at Göttingen while also developing what became known as the “Born-Oppenheimer method,” an important contribution to quantum molecular theory.

In 1929, he received offers to teach at Caltech and the University of California at Berkeley. Accepting both, he divided his time between Pasadena and Berkeley, attracting his own circle of brilliant young physics students.

“His lectures were a great experience, for experimental as well as theoretical physicists,” commented the late physicist Hans Bethe (1906–2005), who would later work with Oppenheimer at Los Alamos. “In addition to a superb literary style, he brought to them a degree of sophistication in physics previously unknown in the United States. Here was a man who obviously understood all the deep secrets of quantum mechanics, and yet made it clear that the most important questions were unanswered. His earnestness and deep involvement gave his research students the same sense of challenge. He never gave his students the easy and superficial answers but trained them to appreciate and work on the deep problems.”

Oppenheimer became politically active in the 1930s and agreed with Albert Einstein and Leo Szilard that the Nazis could develop a nuclear weapon.

Following the 1939 invasion of Poland by Nazi Germany, Oppenheimer was selected to administer a laboratory to carry out the Manhattan Project, a U.S. Army experiment aimed at harnessing atomic energy for military purposes.

In 1940, he married Katharine (Kitty) Puening Harrison, a biologist and divorcee whose second husband had been killed during the Spanish Civil War.

The couple had two children, Peter and Katherine.

He led the scientific end of the Manhattan Project in Los Alamos, New Mexico, beginning in 1942.

The project was populated by many scientists who had escaped fascist regimes in Europe, and their mission was to explore a newly documented fission process with which they hoped to make a nuclear bomb before Hitler could develop it.

The project was initially allotted $6,000 by the U.S. government, but by the time the work culminated in 1945, the budget had grown to $2 billion.

That year marked the first test of the bomb, and with its success, two more bombs were deployed in the following month: one in Nagasaki, Japan and the other in Hiroshima.

These actions essentially ended WWII.

After seeing the bomb’s devastation, however, Oppenheimer argued against its further development, and he resigned from his post that same year.

“We knew the world would not be the same. A few people laughed, a few people cried. Most people were silent. I remembered the line from the Hindu scripture, the Bhagavad-Gita; Vishnu is trying to persuade the Prince that he should do his duty, and to impress him, takes on his multi-armed form and says, ‘Now I am become Death, the destroyer of worlds.’ I suppose we all thought that, one way or another.”

Oppenheimer believed that he had blood on his hands for his role in the development of the atomic bomb. In a talk given in 1946, Oppenheimer told a university audience that when the Manhattan Project team spoke of what they had done, “we thought of the legend of Prometheus, of that deep sense of guilt in man’s new powers that reflects his recognition of evil, and his long knowledge of it.”

Oppenheimer went on to become chairman of the General Advisory Committee of the Atomic Energy Commission, which, in October 1949, opposed the development of the hydrogen bomb. This shocking opposition led to accusations that Oppenheimer was a Communist supporter. In 1953, he was suspended from secret nuclear research, stripped of his security clearance by the Atomic Energy Commission.

Oppenheimer’s concern for the general public’s lack of scientific understanding, and the difficulty of conveying the content of scientific discoveries as well as the exhilaration of the creative act of discovery to even educated lay people, led to several popular essays on science. He delivered the Reith Lectures on the BBC in 1953, and these were published under the title “Science and the Common Understanding.”

In 1963, President John F. Kennedy announced Oppenheimer would receive the Enrico Fermi Award. After Kennedy’s assassination, President Lyndon B. Johnson presented the award to him in December of that year.

Oppenheimer continued to support international control of atomic energy in his later years. He died of throat cancer on February 18, 1967, in Princeton, New Jersey.

The Vedas are a collection of texts which have not been modified or updated as language has progressed. The term “veda” means “knowledge” in Sanskrit. The Vedic texts were read and understood by Nobel Prize laureate physicists Niels Bohr, Erwin Schrödinger, and Albert Einstein, as well as the immensely influential physicist Robert Oppenheimer and incredibly revolutionary engineer and inventor Nicola Tesla. These texts had a profound influence upon modern thinking and modern physics. In the Rig Veda, creation is said to have begun suddenly and explosively, from an infinitesimal point of pure energy, which is essentially akin to a rudimentary explanation of the Big Bang Theory. Vedic texts are known to be at least 3000 years old but are suspected by many to be much older.

Robert Oppenheimer learned Sanskrit to study the original Bhagavad Gita. He said, “Access to the Vedas is the greatest privilege this century may claim over all previous centuries.”


at last someone said that xD

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not strange at all, if Putin and Trump go after the World and take down Red Wizardry/Black Hat Globalist. It will be necessary for both fronts to stop infiltrations on both ends.

If this is the case, Poland will be invaded from Russia, while the Americans take over Germany as we await Russian Forces to come and

help the Americans

A Unified World

Worldwide Executions for Crimes Against Humanity

Dr. Scott got back to me and said it’s fine to share

^full video



Posting advice and links to get your kids (yourself included) into coding. In Abracadabra

The main thing is that these “anti-globalists” do not eventually take over the whole world … :smile:
or Putin under “ingenious” Chinese leadership

Today not yet tested Russian vaccine has already begun to inject in Belarus and Crimea (that’s, in protest regions)
In Russia vaccine will begin to inject teachers and schoolchildren a week before the elections to State Duma (election September 13) - and will also begin from protest regions…

You guys don’t waste anytime

Current. Papua New Guinea

Amazon and i just had a convo. Multiple late orders have been canceled and refunded. No other sellers selling the same items. No option besides refund

This War is going to a be a doozy

What now?

Sounds like a plan


Chinese will bypass everyone at the turn anyway
Judging by situation with their spies…

Israelis must be pissed


Get your shit together guys, Military Families are all getting new ID’s and learning HAM Radio


Pompeo flew to Bahrain, then to Israel


LOTS of footage in this thread

Patagonia is facing a mini-ice age as thousands of livestock lives are lost.

They are saying “Decreased carbon in the atmosphere because people haven’t been driving around as much due to COVID-19… “

Blah blah blah it’s your fault humans but actually it’s Grand Solar Minimum conditions that happen in a predictable pattern with predictable consequences.

Global food shortage is coming, prepare.