posted on Aug, 18 2015 @ 09:35 AM
a reply to: pfishy
I am certainly no expert on micro-nukes, but I must say that after 11 years of study, the only theory that accounts for ALL the damage observed is the
For me, one of the biggest mysteries has been the damage done to hundreds of cars and trucks parked on the streets. What could possibly have caused
such strange looking damage?
And, what could provide the energy to propel large pieces of structural steel hundreds of feet sideways? Certainly office fires could not do that,
thermite could not do that, C4 might do that, and nuclear explosions could also do that.
Coupled with the epidemiology regarding rare cancers that are the subject of the Zadroga Bill, and it seems nuclear is the only choice.
I understand that the nuclear detonations of 1950 through the Cold War were too big, but it seems as much progress has been made in nuclear science as
has been made in other areas.