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A Swedish man was arrested last month after authorities discovered that his effort to build a nuclear reactor in his kitchen had ended with a small meltdown.
Richard Handl told The Associated Press Wednesday that he had obtained radium, americium and uranium, but the attempt split atoms had only been a hobby.
Most of the radioactive elements came from common items like smoke detectors and old clock hands, which were bought on eBay. He also purchased a Geiger counter from the U.S. by mail order
Originally posted by AgentSmith
reply to post by Unity_99
Jesus Christ, is anything ever NOT a 'false flag' with you people? It's not the first or last time people have done stuff like this.
Originally posted by Unity_99
I'm sorry, but I think its a false flag of some kind to try and put in place laws that would stop inventors from creating free energy devices, or HHO fuel at home, and spreading this info to everyone they know.
And of course they chose to use some useless dirty technology that no one in their right mind would try to duplicate, and then stretch it to become clean energy devices.