MARCH 8, 2012 10:08PM

STRANGERS IN THE NIGHT, a short story.

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“Strangers in the night,” exchanging glances, wondering in the night, what were the chances, of not one, but three, nuclear explosions, at the same time, in Iran? 

 

Hmmm…  Statistically, that might be about 1,999,999,999,999,999,999,999.9875 to 1.

 

Malarkey News reported this strange occurrence during the night.  The Iranian nuclear research facilities at Natanz, Qom and Isfahan, all suffered mysterious “nuclear events.”

 

“Knowledgeable people within the nuclear research field speculate that there is a very remote possibility there could have been identical accidental explosions during research.

 

That would have required researchers to be working on the exact same thing at the exact same time, and experience the exact same accidental occurrence.  However, more likely than not, the explosions originated from a yet to be determined source outside of Iran.

 

Meanwhile, Israel and the United States remain mum, while casting glances at France, Britain, South Africa and North Korea.   The official White House spokesperson, Byron Sphinx–Waddington, said. “The United States knows nothing about this other than what the news services are reporting.”

 

For months, the IAEC had been warning that Iran was getting very close to developing nuclear bombs.  Indeed, since March of 2011, the Iranians had been working overtime to produce nuclear weapons. 

 

It is important to note that during that time, in June of 2011, the first news of the HHRL bomb surfaced.  Igor Schwartz, the noted physicist, successfully developed the HHRL.  The Heated Harmonic Resonance Laser bomb has the ability to liquefy granite, steel or cement, as it delivers its bomb.  In other words, so–called “hardened sites” are no longer considered safe.

 

By using SMDs, Stealth Mode Drones, it was now possible to make it appear as though there had been a “nuclear accident” or any type of explosion, at any site on the globe. 

 

For many years, the leadership of Iran had professed a goal of wiping Israel off the map.  Now, it looks like that might not ever be possible.  The Iranian nuclear development program is in shambles.

 

This is Dakota Clark, reporting from aboard CVN 72, the USS Abraham Lincoln, somewhere in the Arabian Gulf.” 

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