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  1. The UN’s Agenda 21, IPCC and the AGW scare are the direct result of a decision by frightened world leaders seventy years ago to unite nations and national academies of science on 24 OCT 1945 to hide from the public the source of energy that destroyed Hiroshima on 6 AUG 1945.

    The little-known timeline of key events:

    Dec 1922: Aston received Noble Prize and said energy (E) stored as mass (m) in atoms offered humanity “powers beyond the dreams of scientific fiction.”

    June 1936: Aston visited Japan to watch a solar eclipse and explained nuclear energy at the Imperial University of Tokyo on Monday, 13 June 1936.

    Aug 1945: Allied forces released nuclear energy from U & Pu atoms to destroy Hiroshima & Nagasaki on 6 & 9 Aug 1945.


    Aug – Sept 1945:
    a.) Japan exploded an atomic bomb off east coast of Konan, Koresa;
    b.) Stalin’s troops captured Japan’s atomic bomb plant at Konan, Korea;
    c.) Stalin’s troops shot down an American B29 bomber and held the crew for negotiations.


    24 Oct 1945: Nations and national academies are united.

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