7,000+ Years of Nuclear Power Still
Available - "Uranium One" and "Small Modular Reactors" Are Diversions (Archived)
26, 2017 | By KJ for Intelsector.com and Rebelcaster.com
Oddly, once again, no
one else is talking about what the false "nuclear" topics of
recent days are trying to make people forget.
We have "uranium one" in the U.S. and we have "small modular reactors"
in the U.K. Both topics appear to be of great importance. But are they
really, when hidden agendas and the real related conspiracies are
While both news items will provide an abundance of entertainment for
the soft audiences around the world and for the alternative news media
their following, the fact is that none of these talking points are of
any great value to the real rebellion, the real activist resistance.
Most people don't even know that the world is deliberately being taken
hostage by a dark sect that has made sure that hardly anyone is aware
of the closed loop nuclear cycle that is making Russia the leading, and
likely only, nuclear authority in the world. Because it is in Russia
that the nuclear power plants of the future are already going
operational, as you read this.
While the audiences in the west are kept docile with mere
infotainment, which is what the two mentioned talking points are, they
are also being diverted away from the
In the west, and the westernized countries, the scientific "consensus"
preaches that the world has roughly another 150 years to go until all
nuclear material (fuel) has been used. This is one of the false
paradigms that also the green cult (manmade climate change movement)
has as a cornerstone. This (blind) belief is based on literally
outdated nuclear technology (since at least the 1970s) and power
stations that are deliberately built for once-through cycles only.
Basically using up only 1% of the nuclear fuel that goes through the
reactor plants. Leaving 99% of the potent fuel unused. This of course
is by design.
Based on modern Russian nuclear technology, however, 100% closed loop
cycles can already be implemented, for already more than a decade in
Russia and historically even since the 1970s globally when closed loop
research and funding was blacklisted by most governments around the
world and especially in the US.
Regardless, the current Russian nuclear technology allows for a massive life
extension of the nuclear industry and supply chain, worldwide. By at least a factor 50.
That means that when the world would keep its current consumption of
nuclear generated power the Russians their technology can give the
world electricity for
at least another 7,000 years.
Isn't it weird that this reality
and information at this very moment, when nuclear power and nuclear
material are the talking points in the press and the alternative media,
isn't even being discussed at all?
Go ahead, do the test yourself. How many "news" outlets can you find
today that have discussed this absolute reality in the last 30 days or
And then there's another thing. The fact that nuclear power is so
hated, allegedly, by the green cult (the ones who scream "climate
denier" when you dare to question their "scientific consensus") also
shows how either uneducated or deliberately disinformed they are about
the real state of affairs in the nuclear power sector.
They constantly throw at you that 'renewable' energy is the only way
forward, like solar and wind. While those are viable alternatives in
some areas, on a global scale however these installations simply
can't keep up with the efficiency of nuclear power generation.
Just think of the huge number of wind farms (and how immense these
would have to be) that you'd need to power up the entire world, not
just your and my home but also the entire industries that exist around
the world. It simply isn't doable and the same goes for solar. Nothing
beats nuclear and they know it. That's why they hate it so much because
it shatters their entire false UN we-are-the-world
reality that they live in and want to force upon the rest of us,
Take also the lifespan in account for instance. Today's wind turbines
will last for about 25 years, after that they become too expensive to
maintain and must be replaced.
A nuclear power plant will easily last for 50 years and upwards at this
moment. That means that you'd have to renew ALL your wind farms all over the
world twice during this same period. Not only
is that very expensive (and not cost effective) it is also a huge
logistical undertaking that requires massive amounts of energy. Energy
that can be spent in the overall economy much more efficiently.
The truth is that none of the climate change, Greenpeace, WWF, Green
Climate Fund and UN folks can come up with viable solutions that would
even offer half of what nuclear
already can offer today. I haven't seen any realistic solutions
for the generation of electricity that would buy us another 3,500 years
with their proposed "renewable" energy solutions.