Content Creators have discovered science is cool. lol but in reality just more disclosure
“Sugar is, like, really bad for you, but I eat gummi bears after I work out. So don’t have soda because sugar… but have gummi bears… because also sugar… or maybe I’m actually eating uranium pellets… do uranium gummis have sugar… is uranium sweet… can I use it instead of Splenda…?”
Who was the comedian who did that bit about everyone on instagram having preternaturally wet skin like an embryo? (Are uranium gummis the secret to that?! lol)
Yes but understand why the content producers are publishing this
It’s their content managers pushing this agenda
Soon our kids will handle Uranium pellets
Connect the dots
That was published after
Small nuclear reactors: tiny NuScale reactor gets safety approval
And before the tiny reactors
(Cough bullshit, already there cough )
So connect the dots
lol consider this HARD DISCLOSURE
So see what’s happening
We already have reactors on the moon
We are just declassifying Tiny NuScale reactors
And your kids on TikTok are being indoctrinated on the handling of Uranium Pellets
So this is no accident
This is Off-World training done indirectly
I’m not saying they will touch the pellets with their bare hands
But by the time the TikTok generation are adults
They will be knowledgeable in the handling of NuScale Reactors
As part of their skill set
The SJW purge begins
This guy is the one who asked to change BLOCKLIST to DENYLIST, and his change has been accepted. Now they are reporting him to GitHub.
I got banned from bitcoin repo, I wonder if they also reported me; I acknowledge that I am not easy to handle, and I have no issue with getting myself banned nor I don’t fear the backlash, and I don’t care if I get banned from GitHub too
Exactly the reason that Linus Torvals, the creator of Git, refused to ever allow Linux to be moved to Github
GitHub is Microsoft now, how ironic is that they would move the source code to the major competitor of Linux.
Embrace, extend, extinguish
Less than a week after the active stuffing about Chinese fighter “shot down from one of US warships off the coast of Taiwan”, like the same Russian avia.pro found another reason to immediately start a war with NATO - this time French military reconnaissance ship Dupuy de Lome allegedly "attacked Russian S-400s in Crimea, “by jammed at certain frequencies”.
“About a day ago, the French military reconnaissance ship Dupuy de Lome passed the Bosphorus and rushed into the central part of the Black Sea. Despite the lack of weapons in this ship, it has powerful radio transmitting equipment, which allows “hacking” enemy’s radars for subsequent jamming and establishing the vulnerabilities of enemy air defense systems.
Analysts have suggested that another provocation from US is being prepared - American bombers may try to force the Russian military to activate the S-400, which will lead to the fact that secret data on the operation of radars will be at the disposal of NATO”, writes avia.pro
Meanwhile, Russia itself sells S-400s to NATO countries
But it of course doesn’t mean anything… Lol
For Kremlin now the main - to unleash a “small victorious war”, because things with economy inside the country already cannot be worse…
Боюсь, к Останкино придется пригнать целый состав с дерьмом…
Disgruntled Australians, fed up with the lies pouring down from News Corp’s TV channels, dumped a pile of dung in front of its headquarters. What they carry from the screens is what they receive with delivery.
Whole train of shit will have to be driven to Ostankino… Lol
Business is good
Also depends on the charges, gotta keep amurica safe
How about you do your fucking jobs.
Like the time you went to China and pussied out asking the Chinese to see evidence regarding the leak at the Level 4 Bio Lab.
Just stick to bitcoin
Depends on the amount
Happy Labor Day
MSM/Academia finally acknowledging what we’ve said all along.
Remember us posting about the Riots telling you that they were coming.
Remember the homework lessons on the Cholera riots
None of this is new.
History Tells Us Epidemics Are Followed by Huge Civil Unrest
Academics have warned that the level of social unrest around the world may spike once the COVID-19 pandemic is over, for three reasons.
“To different degrees, most of the great epidemics of the past appear to have been incubators of social unrest,” Massimo Morelli, professor of political science at Bocconi University, and Roberto Censolo, associate professor in the department of economics and management at Italy’s University of Ferrara, wrote in the journal Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy.
The pair reviewed evidence on protests and unrest around the time of 57 epidemics between the Black Death in the 1300s and the Spanish Flu pandemic of 1918, finding only four occasions where revolts were not clearly connected with the respective outbreaks. SOURCE
normies once again months behind Azazel
If you have loved ones get them in here, if not I don’t care
Use the Actionable Intelligence to stay ahead of the curve.
Keep your loved ones ahead
Don’t be a White World Normie obsessed with Divide and Conquer
Yes. And Starvation Next…
We have science and oil from Iraq to combat the GSM
Leona Woods Marshall Libby was an American physicist who helped build the first nuclear reactor and the first atomic bomb.
Leona Harriet Woods was born on a farm in La Grange, Illinois on August 9, 1919, the second of five children of Weightstill Arno Woods, a lawyer, and his wife Mary Leona Holderness Woods. She had two sisters and two brothers. She graduated from Lyons Township High School in La Grange at 14, and received her BS in chemistry from the University of Chicago in 1938, at the age of 18.
After passing her qualifying exams in chemistry, she approached the Nobel Prize for Physics laureate James Franck about being his graduate student, having been impressed by a talk he gave in 1939 on Brillouin zones. Franck accepted, but told her that when he was young his professor had warned him that as a Jewish academic, he would starve to death. Franck therefore warned Woods that “You are a woman and you will starve to death.”
Despite the fact that Franck did not look malnourished, she took the warning seriously, and decided to instead become a graduate student of Robert Mulliken, who would one day become a Nobel laureate himself. By 1942, when she was finishing writing up her thesis, she was the youngest and last of Mulliken’s pre-war students, and was working alone because all her fellow students had become involved with war work. Mulliken allowed her to choose her own research problem, and edited the final version before it appeared in the Physical Review. Her doctoral thesis, “On the Silicon Oxide Bands”, prepared under the supervision of Mulliken and Polish chemist Stanisław Mrozowski was accepted in 1943. Mulliken, she later recalled, had twice told her “that perhaps not all he taught me was wasted.” His students, she noted, “agree that this is his highest praise.”
She met Herbert Anderson, who was working for Enrico Fermi. The two would go swimming together in Lake Michigan every afternoon at 5 pm.
Anderson discovered that Woods was adept with vacuum technology from her research, and as soon as her PhD was finished, he hired her to work with the boron trifluoride detectors used to measure neutron flux. At age 23, she was the youngest and only female member of the team which built and experimented with the world’s first nuclear reactor (then called a pile), Chicago Pile-1, in a project led by her mentor Enrico Fermi. Fermi’s group constructed a nuclear reactor known as Chicago Pile-1 under the stands of Stagg Field, the University’s abandoned football stadium, where Woods had once played squash. Walter Zinn did not want a woman involved in the dirty work of placing the graphite blocks, but Woods had plenty of work to do with the detectors and thermocouples, and used a small stack of graphite of her own to measure the effects of a radium-beryllium source on manganese foil to obtain a measure of the neutron cross section in order to calibrate the detectors.
In particular, Woods was instrumental in the construction and then utilization of geiger counters for analysis during experimentation. Woods was the only woman present when the reactor went critical, asking Fermi, “When do we become scared?”
She worked with Fermi on the Manhattan Project, and, together with her first husband John Marshall, she subsequently helped solve the problem of xenon poisoning at the Hanford plutonium production site, and supervised the construction and operation of Hanford’s plutonium production reactors. Like many scientists working on the project, Woods affected a casual attitude towards the danger posed by radiation. After a morning with Willard Libby soldering a canister containing a mixture of radium salt and beryllium metal, Woods absorbed about 200 roentgens, and her white blood cell count halved. The doctors gave her a lecture on how a woman has only a fixed number of egg cells, a proposition that Woods was skeptical of.
She considered that the important thing was that the solder was done correctly. When the team moved to their new home at Argonne, Woods had a dormitory all to herself. Woods married John Marshall in July 1943. Soon after, she fell pregnant. While she told Enrico Fermi, they agreed not to let Walter Zinn know, for fear that he would insist that she leave the reactor building. She covered up her pregnant belly with her baggy denim work clothes. She rode to work each day on an unheated Army bus, “arriving each morning barely in time to vomit before starting the day’s work.” The child, a boy called Peter, was born in 1944. She returned to work a few days later.
A team from Argonne was on hand for powering up the first reactor at the Hanford Site, where large reactors would produce plutonium for bombs.
They watched the reactor in shifts, with John Marshall and others on the day shift, Enrico Fermi and Leona Marshall on the night shift, ending at midnight, and Don Hughes and John Wheeler on the swing shift. While the Marshalls were babysitting the reactor in Hanford, they left Peter with Leona’s mother. The reactor was powered up successfully, but after a few hours the power level dropped and the reactor shut down. Leona speculated that a water leak was the problem, rather than a radioactive poison. However, during the night the operators were able to power the reactor up again only to have it once more die away. The timings now pointed to a radioactive poison. After working through the numbers with slide rules and hand calculators, they determined the neutron cross section of the poison, which turned out to be xenon-135. Fortunately, the DuPont engineers had equipped the reactor with 50 per cent more fuel tubes than the physicists had called for, and by loading them up, they managed to get it started.
Asked many years later about how she felt about her involvement in the Manhattan Project, she said: "I think everyone was terrified that we were wrong (in our way of developing the bomb) and the Germans were ahead of us. That was a persistent and ever-present fear, fed, of course, by the fact that our leaders knew those people in Germany. They went to school with them. Our leaders were terrified, and that terror fed to us. If the Germans had got it before we did, I don’t know what would have happened to the world. Something different. Germany led in the field of physics. In every respect, at the time war set in, when Hitler lowered the boom. It was a very frightening time. I certainly do recall how I felt when the atomic bombs were used. My brother-in-law was captain of the first minesweeper scheduled into Sasebo Harbor. My brother was a Marine, with a flame thrower on Okinawa. I’m sure these people would not have lasted in an invasion. It was pretty clear the war would continue, with half a million of our fighting men dead not to say how many Japanese. You know and I know that General (Curtis) LeMay firebombed Tokyo and nobody even mentions the slaughter that happened then. They think Nagasaki and Hiroshima were something compared to the firebombing. THEY’RE WRONG! I have no regrets. I think we did right, and we couldn’t have done it differently. Yeah. I know it has been suggested the second bomb, Nagasaki, was not necessary. The guys who cry on shoulders, when you are in a war, to the death, I don’t think you stand around and ask, “Is it right?”
After the war, Leona Marshall returned to the University of Chicago, where she became a fellow at Fermi’s Institute for Nuclear Studies. Working with the Chicago Pile 3 heavy water reactor, she found a way to 100 percent spin polarize neutron beams, and determined the refractive index of neutrons for various materials. Her second child, John Marshall III, was born in 1949. She became an assistant professor in 1953. Laura Fermi remembered Woods as “a tall young girl built like an athlete, who could do a man’s job and do it well. She was the only woman physicist in Enrico’s group. At that time, her mother, who was also endowed with inexhaustible energy, was running a small farm near Chicago almost by herself. To relieve Mrs. Woods of some work, Leona divided her time between atoms and potatoes.”
After Fermi died in 1954, the Marshalls separated. John Marshall returned to the Los Alamos Laboratory, while Leona, now effectively a single mother, became a fellow at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, New Jersey in 1957. The following year she became a fellow at the Brookhaven National Laboratory, at a time when the focus of research in physics was shifting away from the nucleus and towards elementary particles. In 1960, she joined New York University as an associate professor of physics. She became a professor in 1962. Her research involved high-energy physics, astrophysics and cosmology. In 1966 she divorced Marshall and married Nobel laureate Willard Libby. She became a professor at the University of Colorado, and a staff member at RAND Corporation.
She later joined Libby at UCLA, where she became a visiting professor of environmental studies, engineering, engineering archaeology, mechanical aerospace and nuclear engineering in 1973.
Now known as Leona Marshall Libby, she became interested in ecological and environmental issues, and she devised a method of using the isotope ratios of Oxygen-18 to Oxygen-16, Carbon-13 to Carbon-12, and Deuterium to Hydrogen in tree rings to study changes in temperature and rainfall patterns hundreds of years before records were kept, opening the door to the study of climate change.
Like Willard Libby, she was a strong advocate of food irradiation as a means of killing off harmful bacteria, and advocated that legal and regulatory restrictions on its use be relaxed. She proposed that, instead of it being sprayed with malathion, fruit affected by the Mediterranean fruit fly could be treated with gamma rays.
She died at St. John’s Medical Center in Santa Monica, California, on November 10, 1986, from an anesthesia-induced stroke. She was survived by her sons Peter and John, and four grandchildren. She also had two stepdaughters, Janet Eva Libby and Susan Charlotte Libby from her second marriage.
Get to work
If you have any plane crash reports send it to Boris for him to input in the database before we post tomorrow
Regarding this report.
The point is not who has the S-400
They are going to hang the blame on the first shot fired by the S-400 upon the US and French planes and ships - on US and French military
That’s what they will say that if S-400 accidentally fires, it’s because they (Russians) were “hacked”
This is a general NATO exercise
Therefore, the “extreme” (guilty) still will be blamed on the Americans
The bear made his way into Turkish military base and climbed up the tower
Медведь пробрался на турецкую военную базу и залез на вышку
It wonder where the bear came from in Turkey?
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