posted on Nov, 5 2013 @ 02:14 PM
edit on 3-11-2013 by AbleEndangered because: format
Reverse Sine and its tech we already have. Did you see the thread about the reverse microwaves cooling or freezing wine. That is just the start of
it. Use reverse Sine, after locating the cores, to freeze them, then boron them and cement. And use the reverse sine to neutralize the frequency of
the radiation like Tom Bearden said or wrote, plutonium can be turned into a harmless paper weight.
Sorry to tell you, but you are basing your whole post on complete hogwash. That thread was NOT about ANYTHING having to do with microwaves. Go back,
actually open the referenced article, and read about it for yourself.
Here, I'll help:
Article linked to in thread:
Quote from article linked to in thread:
The beverage is rotated at speed around twin axes in water to keep it in its original state while quickly bringing down its temperature.
In other words, they spin the bottle in cold water and it cools down the drink, NOTHING to do with reverse microwaves, nothing relevant to Fukashima.
It should be obvious why actually doing just a tiny bit of reading before logging something away as fact in your brain's memory banks would be a good
idea, there are misleading thread titles abound, and lazy people who don't actually read anything that was referenced in the opening post.
I could probably start a thread on a completely made up subject, throw in a random link to any news site, and just type whatever I want into the "EX
text" box to basically make up a story, and I'd bet over 50% of the posters in the thread wouldn't even call me out on it, as they would do nothing
but read the thread title and maybe a few lines in the OP before commenting or accepting what I wrote as fact.
If people don't want to actually understand things that's fine, but don't go around passing wrong information because you refused to take the time
to figure it out, it muddies the waters. Imagine how much "accepted" stuff here on ATS is actually just people that were mislead or didn't
understand, and parroted that over and over until it becomes accepted fact.
Sorry, I got a little wound up.