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inquimous 1 point ago +1 / -0

At that time very little was known about the metallurgy of uranium, so there was a lot of experimenting at various sites. Here's the chemical process of turning it from ore to a salt, which is a general first step in refining: https://www.osti.gov/opennet/manhattan-project-history/Processes/UraniumMining/uranium-refining.html

This is quite interesting, both because of the historical groping and because of all the uranium sources, including Canadian. Having somewhat purified the uranium and found ways to dissolve it, the next step was to make actual metal out of it. https://www.osti.gov/opennet/manhattan-project-history/Processes/PlutoniumProduction/plutonium-fabrication.html

More experimenting. So far, silver is not mentioned at all, so if you aren't into historic chemistry I will say it's pretty dense, although the section on procurement might be related to Uranium 1. https://www.osti.gov/opennet/manhattan-project-history/Processes/UraniumMining/uranium-mining.html

Still no silver, but it does mention aluminum several times. At that time, silver would probably been easier, maybe even cheaper, than silver. Did you know that one year there was such a shortage of copper that silver was substituted in wires?

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inquimous 2 points ago +2 / -0

They've been getting more desperate since Durham actually indicted someone and his possible future directions became more obvious. There might be more on that front that we don't know, but those in their legal groups do know, or guess. Such as this new attorney who is experienced in RICO cases. And Perkins Cooie is Shyster Central for all the DNC, if they crumble it will go hard on them. But they must be getting seriously worried as Trump picks keep winning primaries in spite of their cheating. He has a back bench now.

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inquimous 2 points ago +2 / -0

Wobbly ankles? Why is he wearing that mask?

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inquimous 3 points ago +3 / -0

No, I thought that at once. Probably because they've become WeBeFalseFlag to the point that they could be full of WH infiltrators and not know themselves.

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inquimous 3 points ago +3 / -0

That's a possible motive, although I think it's just dumb to believe he would keep evidence like that around the house. The mishandling records charge is more doable. But, the DOJ never released the declassified documents on Crossfire Hurricane. They had them--could they have lost something and be looking desperately for it? Still doesn't seem as likely as the usual Clinton-Obama tactics of intimidation.

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inquimous 4 points ago +4 / -0

It's the RICO case(s) that Durham will be going after. Those involve a lot more people than her. The aim is to keep Trump out of office because of that record mishandling law. If he comes back, hell is coming with him. If he doesn't, all those crooks have a tiny chance to use their leverage and escape.

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inquimous 1 point ago +1 / -0

Get a $1 stencil, a $1 bottle of acrylic paint, a $1 stencil brush (right brush gives the good results) at Wal-Mart and learn an easy new way to troll.

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inquimous 2 points ago +2 / -0

I'm not signing up to another intrusive service to see a video.

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inquimous 1 point ago +1 / -0

No, speculation is a basic activity. It is good to have imagination. I'm saying there is so much gaslighting going on that speculation can be counterproductive to rational analysis, when our interpretation of our sensory inputs are polluted by false flags, deep fakes, lies from sources, etc. Thanks for the cordial chat. When we live in a fog of disinformation, we can't sink into fighting over interpretation.

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inquimous 1 point ago +1 / -0

No one does, that's why they are speculating, to fill in the gaps and make sense of what we do see and think we know. Since every day you can find some argument along the lines of "That person isn't really X" or even matters of physics, there is obviously uncertainty about even our sensory input. The interpretation driving the speculation varies by person, thus there are competing incomplete theories.

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inquimous 2 points ago +2 / -0

Have to log in to see. Here's where screenshots are acceptable.

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inquimous 5 points ago +5 / -0

This is how it's looking to me, a crooked Hillary operation. However it need not actually be Hillary pulling the strings, she's just the nexus of past crimes. Obama, Biden, Pelosi, many DOJ characters, lots of others are in the same RICO activities.

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inquimous 1 point ago +1 / -0

Ha, I got a sudden flash of Hillary and a teaser "Inside the mansion Hillary shares with her partner." WTH.

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inquimous 2 points ago +2 / -0

There is definitely panic. Somehow I think it relates to Clinton, though. For instance, through the Epstein connection or the Russiagate investigation. Trying to make it possible to run again? To keep some Epstein-related episode secret? To protect Ozero? The immediate panic looks to me directed at keeping Trump out of the White House. Nancy is part of keeping up the fiction that Biden is President, because someone has to look competent and she has always fancied herself President in waiting. However, we know Nancy and Harris and Biden are all just fronts for someone else. Whoever that is must have the same fear that Trump back in power would be able and eager to destroy him.

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inquimous 9 points ago +9 / -0

I have had a similar thought, that just as there was a corrupt group at the FBI running errands for the DS, there could be a subversive group of white hats. This raid didn't involve the media, no one got hurt, the occasion was used to make the FBI look bad instead of provide an opportunity for Dems to demand money and control-- like a false flag run by white hats for white hat goals.

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inquimous 5 points ago +5 / -0

You could give the key points. I could get through a 2.5 hour video in about three days of the spare moments I have to watch a video, if I thought it was worth it to ignore other informative must see videos.

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