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Is BP is readying a 'super weapon' to avert escalating Gulf nightmare?

At a super-secret security base-CFB Suffield-located in southern Alberta, Canada, area reports indicate that high level engineers, physicists and military scientists are feverishly working to complete an ‘explosively pumped flux compression generator’ (EPFCG). According to published scientific papers [see sources below] an EPFCG generator can be powered by a very small, controlled fusion explosion-in other words, a tiny nuclear bomb. Why the UK based BP has set up operations at CFB-Suffield is obvious: The company already runs three oil rigs on the base, have worked with Canada’s chemical and biological efforts on and off for almost 40 years, and have strong ties to the Commonwealth’s infrastructure.

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Comment by Die Daily
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There are just so many problems with this story, not the least of which is that an EMP flux generator is not significantly explosive. It's more of a poof than a bang, quite useless as an explosive per se. As usual, the article offers no sources, no proofs, no physically plausible facts or ideas. Very sad. Reader beware.

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