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From: "Leuren Moret"
Depending on who you believe, red mercury is either an elaborate hoax, a codename for nuclear material smuggled through the former iron curtain, or a terrifying new trigger for a handheld hydrogen bomb. What it isn't, according to the speculation and hearsay that makes up the scientific literature on the subject, is any use for a dirty bomb (one that scatters radioactive material).
Bali Micro Nuke - Lack of Radiation Confuses "Experts"
"The bomb flashed and exploded like a micro nuke, but our Geiger counters don't show any radiation"
Doc, what happened in Oklahoma City wasn't caused by ammonium nitrate bomb in the small truck they say was parked by the building." "What are you saying?", I snapped back. "See this rash, it was caused by radiation. We broke three radiation detectors there. See, we were the same team that was sent to Riyad, Saudi Arabia and the bomb only blew the windows into the building. We estimated the explosion was by our calculations to be seven times more ammonium nitrate in that truck bomb. The whole front of the building was sheared off doc in Oklahoma; cleanest controlled detonation our munitions expert forensic team has seen ever. " "What!!", I blurted. "Yeah, we were examining the building site under Wakenhut armed guard, and told not to take any radioactive debris off the site, or they were ordered to shoot on site to kill. All our bags were searched and put through a detector, to make sure we didn't take any off site, or away from the place where they burried and concrete capped all the debris, again under armed Wakenhut guard." "You are telling me that the building was exploded with a nuclear device?", I said. Shaking with a now very pale and distant face, he grunted, "Yeah!". "Oh my God!, and how did this happen?", I inquired.
"There were micronuclear bombs placed on support pillars in the walls of the Federal Building, by special units of the ATF and FBI. They were paged out not to enter the building on the morning of the detonation, and the Federal Judge was warned to cancel court that day. We removed to undetonated softball sized micronuclear bombs, and one C4 pineapple bomb, attached to the pillars of the remaining building."
Originally posted by Wizard_In_The_Woods
Good to see you’re back in posting mode too. It’s late — past my bedtime — but I wanted to quickly respond to your post. So please excuse my shooting from the hip here.
1. There were no “terrorists” involved on 9-11. The WTC’s were taken down by our own officials. Therefore cost and availability of explosives’ systems were not an issue.
2. 9-11 was not about asbestos removal in the WTC’s. Yes, that was a side benefit. All kinds of people were eager to participate in the 9-11 event, to make money! But exactly that happens with any type of ‘project’ — and yes, 9-11 can be viewed as a venture of sorts. The objective being to invade Afghanistan and Iraq.
3. Red mercury is a rather ‘nebulous’ substance. Plenty of scientists think it’s a bunch of bullsh*t. No matter. Mainly some of the Russians claim to have it. But in any case it would be used to trigger atomic bombs rather than fusion devices, by compacting the plutonium . In fusion weapons it does no good to compress the fuel to a critical mass because, well, there is none! It’s the ultra-high temperature that’s required to trigger the reaction (fusion). Of course when you compress something it gets hot too, but I’m trying to keep this simple.
Antimatter reacting violently with matter gets extremely hot and turns enough of the hydrogen (isotopes) into plasma to start a fusion chain reaction. It’s — metaphorically — akin to a spark from a flint in a common cigarette lighter igniting the propane gas. Without that small spark you could move “heaven and earth” and you would never be able to ignite the flame.
Sorry about that “down and dirty” response. But I hope it helps somewhat.
The Wizard In The Woods
"I don't want to sound melodramatic," says [Sam] Cohen, who worked on
the Manhattan Project to build the atom bomb in the 1940s and was a
nuclear weapons adviser to the US government with the RAND corporation
for 20 years. "But red mercury is real and it is terrifying. I
think it is part of a terrorist weapon that potentially spells the
end of organized society." He claims that it could be used to make a
baseball-sized neutron bomb capable of killing everyone within about
600 meters of the explosion.
Originally posted by amfirst
I'm telling you, it's a top secret laser beam from space.