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[1] How much is #HEU ( HIghly Enriched Uranium ) worth? This source suggests up to $10,000 a gram on the black market

activistpost.com/2010/11/highly…
[2] At 453 grams in a pound, that means each pound of HEU is worth 4.5 million dollars
[3] Russia has a peak stockpile of 70,000 nuclear weapons
[4]A nuclear weapon may have as little as 25,000 grams of HEU (according to "experts"), but likely that they average between 100lbs to 1,000lbs per weapon

This would mean Russia had 70,000 * 200lbs-average-per-weapon * 4.5M$/lb =

63 TRILLION dollars in Highly enriched uranium
[5] We funded for and suffered through the cold war because Russia invested in, and had, 63 trillion dollars in highly enriched uranium in its nuclear arsenal/stockpile

The only way that isnt true, would be if Russia had far fewer weapons than was publicly disclosed/discussed
[6] Enter Megatons to Megawatts - Where 20% of that "63 trillion dollars in that HEU" was purchased from Russia by the United States. For the cost of only a few billion dollars.

Russia agreed because "they couldnt afford the security"
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Megatons_…
[7] Russia had no problem finding brave men who could use a metal grinder to pop open tens of thousands of constructed and operational nuclear warheads.

It is our understanding that these weapons would instantly destroy an entire city should a "chain reaction" start.
[8] I mean if Russia didnt sell the HEU, they would have had to suffer with a thousand years of clean and free power from that HEU. So it makes sense that they sold it. Right ? (sarcasm)
[9] And if Russia wanted to disarm, the other option would be to what... throw them away? Bury them? The public would go crazy, so of course they had to find a way to dispose of all this HEU in a way that provides accountability .
[10] Somehow, THOUSANDS of pounds of HEU got "lost", and nobody seemed interested in finding it.

Naturally, it was assumed that it all went to "evil" people in North Korea, Iran, Iraq, and Afghanistan - All places that the US would likely need to save from nuclear weapons
[11] I ask others to do the math here

One and only explanation that makes any sense

Russia's nuclear warheads and missiles were blanks

They never had them

And uranium one / megatons / is all a profitable plan to find a way to "explain away" the end of the hoax cold war
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