Skip to content

November 11, 2013


Obama’s Power Grab Over Health Care Now Energy Resources Will Transform America Into Nation of Serfs

by CJ Orach - peopleneedpower
2 Comments Post a comment
  1. Nov 12 2013

    Obama’s task is to reap the fruits of sixty-eight years of government deception that were accidentally exposed by a strange coincidence:

    A nuclear geo-chemist at the Imperial University of Tokyo in 1945 – Dr. Kazuo Kuroda – noticed in 1946 when consensus scientists replaced:

    1. The most abundant and most stable atom in the solar system (Fe-56), without discussion or debate [1], by the atom with the highest mass (energy) per nucleon (H-1), in stark violation of the empirical link established in 1917 between atomic abundance and nuclear stability, and

    2. Nuclear stability that is correctly defined by mass defect (M – A) or the nuclear packing fraction (f = M/A) with C. F. von Weizsacker’s deeply flawed concept of nuclear binding energy [2]. The latter model greatly exaggerates the stability of neutron-rich nuclei and obscures the source of energy that destroyed Hiroshima and Nagasaki, NEUTRON REPULSION.

    C. F. von Weizsacker led Germany’s unsuccessful effort to build an atomic bomb during WWII.


    1. Fred Hoyle, Home is Where the Wind Blows (University Science Books, 1994, 441 pp): See discussion on pages 153-154 when mainstream astronomers like Sir Fred Hoyle and Sir Arthur Eddington still believed the interior of the Sun was mostly iron (Fe).

    2. Oliver K. Manuel, “Binding energy of the nucleus,” Abstract EB1 in Programme of the 1966 Annual APS Meeting in New York (26-29 Jan 1966) Bulletin of the American Physical Society, volume 11, no. 1, page 82

    • Nov 12 2013

      Harkins correctly concluded in 1917 from the results of analysis of hundreds of meteorites, “. . . in the evolution of elements much more material has gone into the even-numbered elements than into those which are odd . . .” (p. 869)

      Iron (Fe-56), an even numbered element (#26) has the least mass per nucleon;
      Hydrogen (H-1), an odd-numbered element (#1) has the greatest mass per nucleon.

      W. D. Harkins, “The evolution of the elements and the stability of complex atoms”, Journal of the American Chemical Society 39, 856-879 (1917)


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s

Note: HTML is allowed. Your email address will never be published.

Subscribe to comments

Real Science

"Science is the belief in the ignorance of the experts" - Richard Feynman

Climate Audit

by Steve McIntyre

Disrupted Physician

The Physician Wellness Movement and Illegitimate Authority: The Need for Revolt and Reconstruction

WeatherAction News

News on Piers Corbyn, Earth & Space Weather Action, Climate, Seismic's the Sun stupid!

the Air Vent

Because the world needs another opinion


News of the day

The Big Green Lie

De-Bunking the Green Scam World-Wide

Inform The Pundits!

A sane person's attempt to make sense of the news

Bob Tisdale - Climate Observations

Sea Surface Temperature, Ocean Heat Content, and Other Climate Change Discussions

Dan from Squirrel Hill's Blog

Just another weblog

Power To The People

Musings About The Incoherent Dichotomy Of The Liberal Mind


A lagrange point in life


Thinking from a different direction

sunshine hours

Question Authority

All the junk that’s fit to debunk.


Daily Thoughts and Meditations as we journey together with our Lord.


“During times of universal deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act” – George Orwell

Tallbloke's Talkshop

Cutting edge science you can dice with

Big Picture News, Informed Analysis

This blog is written by Canadian journalist Donna Laframboise. Posts appear Monday, Wednesday & Friday.

%d bloggers like this: