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>The Great Silver Mystery (...and the greatest secret of all time!)  - Treasures and Gold Fever - Bix Weir
Wouldn't shock me. I often wondered what Japan did with hundreds of thousands of tons of radioactive steel after 1945. Hmmm, couldn't have been sent back to America in the form of Japanese automobiles, could it? It would be the ultimate revenge

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Beginning of the headline :During WWII, in order for the scientists to enrich enough Uranium for the A-bomb they had to make the largest electro magnet ever built. It would be called a Calutron and according to the narrator, they needed many tons of copper wiring which they claim was not available at the time due to war shortages. Instead of copper they went to the US Treasury and "borrowed" 14,700 TONS OF SILVER. (...of course silver is a much better conductor of electricity than copper, so the copper shortage story was likely intentionally planted to conceal the necessity of silver). 14,700 tons of silver is about 470,000,000... Read More
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