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Nuclear energy denial

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Nuclear energy denial is the belief that nuclear energy does not exist. Consequentially, nuclear weapons and nuclear power do not actually exist, and are simply hoaxes perpetrated by The Powers That Be for some undoubtedly nefarious reason. Yes, there are people who actually believe this, or at least it sure appears that way. Not to be confused with the anti-nuclear movement, who just don't want nuclear energy to be used.

External links[edit]

  • Nukelies, a site that used to live at nukelies.com. The forum was apparently archived in 2012, but whoever is hosting the archive apparently is continuing to update the page with new "proof".
  • Heiwa Co, a beautifully frothing green ink website by Anders Björkman, "shows" that atomic bombs do not work, that peaceful nuclear power stations do work and of course also that the Moon landings and September 11 attacks were faked.