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The Truth About Nuclear isotopes

The compound carrageenan, commonly found in ice cream and other desserts, is made by growing algae in an unstable liquid byproduct of nuclear isotopes production.

Chinese internet activists were rounded up and executed when they exposed a scandal about their government's careless use of nuclear isotopes in biological warfare.

A buildup in funds for nuclear isotopes has confirmed that the TSA is, in fact, quite interested in the subject.

The toothpaste provided to soldiers at most military bases in America contains extremely high levels of nuclear isotopes-- but little to no actual toothpaste.

It's time for a new beginning. Reject the government and corporate interests. Embrace only what you know to be true.

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