Is Fukushima Radiation Leak Equal To 76 Million Bananas or is Forbes Magazine Writer, Tim Worstall, A Murderer?

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Is Fukushima Radiation Leak Equal To 76 Million Bananas or is Forbes Magazine Writer, Tim Worstall, A Murderer?

Hmm, gosh!

Tim Worstall is a British-born writer and blogger, living in Portugal; he has written for Forbes Magazine, but his income is from his wholesale supply sales of scandium metal and scandium oxide. Scandium is present in deposits of uranium compounds… He has also been known to subsidise research into fuel cells that use the materials he sells.

In my investigating, I came across a webpage that recommended Tim Worstall highly, saying that, “If you’re an industrial user or producer of scandium and you need someone to broker your scandium oxide transactions, see Tim.” It also sates that “He [Tim Worstall] doesn’t just deal in them, he does most of the dealing in them (60% or so) that is done worldwide.” That webpage is here: http://periodictable.com/Elements/Source-timw/index.html

So it goes to say that he profits highly with the weapons grade uranium enrichment plants (passed off to the public as Nuclear Power Plants) running and operational. He cannot afford to have the public band together to shut the weapons industy down, so it is perfectly understandable as to why he would write a story of lies to convince the public that Fukushima’s ONGOING meltdown is of no more danger to anyone than 76 million bananas. After all, if he can become an accomlice to mass-murder through lies, that would make him a possible sociopath; correct? Sociopaths do not care about anyone but themselves, and have no conscience. hmmm That explains pretty well, to me, why he was even capable of writing that disgusting story of lies, called: The Fukushima Radiation Leak Is Equal To 76 Million Bananas.

The problem with this is as follows: the Soviets did indeed extract scandium from uranium deposits. So also did the Americans in a very small scale. That Soviet plant closed down in 1992, the American (and it was small scale, a few kgs here and there) process stopped in the late 1980s. Current production of scandium comes from refining the wastes of the titanium industry, tungsten industry, tantalum industry, tin industry. There is no, and has not been for over 20 years, extraction from uranium deposits. So that’s all a little out of date.

But it gets better! There’s a video too!

“scandium is a short lived isotope”?

This is just such a scream.

“Cesium 137 is a code word for uranium and plutonium”?

“This is criminal”

“A million people screaming at him that he’s a monster”

This is all just so terribly, terribly amusing.

28 thoughts on “Is Fukushima Radiation Leak Equal To 76 Million Bananas or is Forbes Magazine Writer, Tim Worstall, A Murderer?”

  1. Are the black clothes & white cat obligatory? And the head shave? Can’t wait to see the 6 foot female guards with the big norks.

  2. As he’s calling you a sociopathic mass murderer I’d suggest that you have very good grounds for an action for libel – unless you are, of course… 🙂

  3. Ah, where would the world be without the occasional loony to provide innocent entertainment. I love the idea that Scandium is a short lived isotope!

  4. Admit it Tim, they’re on to you.

    You didn’t think you could keep your membership of the Evil League of Evil a secret forever, did you?

  5. Yes, entirely correct. I’ve met the guys running that project too. Umm, “interesting” would be one way of describing one of them. Was warned off the Oz securities market at one point for example.

  6. Well done, Tim, for pretending to laugh this off.
    But I can just imagine how much you must be hurting inside.
    Being called a murderer is about as defamatory as is possible, so a libel jury should get you a nice little earner.

    Quick, someone archive it before it gets taken down!

  7. Guy in Silicon Valley

    I really enjoyed your 76 Million Bananas article. That guy seems to have completely missed the point you were making. What’s really causing harm is people like him who go around spreading ignorance and fear. He should feel ashamed of himself.

  8. Why would Tim want to sue this moron? Being attacked by a conspiracy nutcase is absolutely fantastic for one’s credibility.

    (Hope it isn’t a plant.)

  9. Nice one ukliberty, though they may assume this is something to do with printing and not appreciate the significance.

  10. weapons grade uranium enrichment plants (passed off to the public as Nuclear Power Plants)

    Oh, glory be. Still, we’ve already worked out that he’s an imbecile …

  11. “So it goes to say that he profits highly with the weapons grade uranium enrichment plants (passed off to the public as Nuclear Power Plants) running and operational. He cannot afford to have the public band together to shut the weapons industy down, so it is perfectly understandable as to why he would write a story of lies”

    Noticing the way that blog’s absolutely plastered in ads for anti-radiation nostrums and so-on, can’t help thinking there’s a bit of projection going on there.

    Unless, of course, this is actually Tim at both ends. I notice the ‘loony’ blog is hosted Czech-side…

    Tim adds: Nah….that’s just the way that Blogger works out these days. If I read it in cz then it will show me it as being a cz not .com site.

  12. That’s made me go back to the original Forbes article and read the comments – one of the most *ahem* vigorous commenters is “Dr Simon R R Atkins” and a quick google leads me this utter gem

    http://www.skyaia.com

    which includes excerpts like these…

    “In another moment of out-of-body lucidity late in 2009, Simon realized that dis-ease can be transformed and healed by a shift in mental, emotional, physical, spiritual and energetic vibrations. In this Near Death Experience (NDE), he connected a few more of the dots of the life journey, and not only successfully conquered a long course of fibromyalgia through natural & energetic means, but become conscious of the reality that climate patterns and even our mental states can be shifted by both natural and technological modification in electromagnetics.”

    “But you may say, how about all those people who say they have been sucked-up into spacecraft by intense lights, or those that say they have seen three-foot Grays, or those who have very detailed accounts of going aboard spacecraft and seeing fifteen-foot tall skinny aliens? Is that all imagination?

    This is all mass programming through movies, the Roswell encounter, and other forms of complex brainwashing – just like the trickery of having a few making the masses believe there are spacecraft with bolts or hinges. It’s all a lie. No, it’s not imagination, it is programmed into random parts of the population through a form of technology that is one of the darkest secrets Establishments have. The technology can literally rewire someone’s brain to make them think they have experienced whatever they want. And this is done through light.”

  13. Actually my calculations suggest that 76 million bananas are enough to kill at least 500,000 people. By force-feeding, suffocation, dropping on from a great height, even refining out sufficient radioactive potassium from some to kill someone if applied to the correct part of the body.

    Supporting the conclusion that Tim is indeed a mass-murderer.

  14. Flatcap Army – that is gorgeous.

    From “YOUR ARE HERE FOR A REASON” to:

    “In late 1998, he met by happenstance a wonderful person at a bus stop at JFK Airport outside NYC. That person (& her mother) radically changed Simon’s life, allowing him to re-decipher the meaning of life and everything he had learned. The answers to his quest for truth about the origins of human life, climate and cosmic energy, healing, disease, natural health, and more – all related back to energetic expression – are in this book.”

    Seems legit.

    Simon is played by Yuri from the Command and Conquer games.

  15. I must say that’s a revelation Steve. Amazing what one can learn talking with strange women in the street. Origins of disease & all that. Imagine it really could change your life..

  16. I have a suspicion that many commenters here will be surprised and disappointed to discover that Dr Simon is a climate sceptic. I know I was. I was looking forward to all sorts of Sky Gaia hand-wringing.

    Of course, it’s a very special kind of climate scepticism:

    http://www.skyaia.com/book-themes/climate-scam/

    “But at current time, and for the foreseeable future, unless something miraculous occurs, like having a new president of the United Socialist States of Amerika say that she or he is turning the clock back to apologize for all the wrongdoing in making the field of atmospheric science into a complete travesty, then the next decade will be dark, increasingly dark on the climate scene. Metaphorically, there will be nimbostratus clouds often producing vivid displays of lightning, high winds of record-force, and a reduction of the solar angle across the whole earth giving an eerie glow to outdoor lighting similar to the day-length in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska in late October.”

    Just another evening in Fukushima then, after a light tea of 76 million scandium-enriched Illuminati bananas.

  17. So Much For Subtlety

    bloke in france – “But I can just imagine how much you must be hurting inside.”

    Yes. I think we can all imagine. And this must be the moment where we need to do a “what about the children” and think of the consequences of this sort of thing on TW’s children (if any, or in the future) when they are teased about it in the play ground. Oh, the humanity!

    “Being called a murderer is about as defamatory as is possible, so a libel jury should get you a nice little earner. Quick, someone archive it before it gets taken down!”

    Yeah but putting aside the obvious insanity plea, as I dimly recall, libel requires credibility. If I say you are a shape shifting lizard from Alpha Centauri who eats babies and also happens to be Jewish, then I doubt you have much of a case because no one in their right mind would believe it. Look at David Icke. Not been sued yet.

  18. ” a reduction of the solar angle across the whole earth”

    is he saying that the Earth’s orbit or spin is going to change?

  19. ”a reduction of the solar angle across the whole earth”

    is he saying that the Earth’s orbit or spin is going to change?

    Must be the mean radius of the orbit: just altering the angle of the orbit or anything to do with the spin wouldn’t change the “solar angle” (whatever he means by that) across the entire planetary surface, because whatever one part lost, another would gain.

  20. Is Fukushima Radiation Leak Equal To 76 Million Bananas or is Forbes Magazine Writer, Tim Worstall, A Murderer?

    Are they mutually incompatible? Couldn’t you be both?

    Also, even if we were to accept that *every* nuke plant in the world were generating weapons grade material, to be used in weapons (instead of in, say, an ultra-high enrichment plant (doesn’t exist, I know)), how does that equate to killing millions of people?

    Even pegging you with the Hiroshima/Nagasaki casualties, along with adding every known nuclear caused death since, that doesn’t even come up to a third of a million.

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