Does Stranger Things expose the Department of Energy for their dark and covert operations? Does the DOE perform shady experiments on children to harness their psychokinetic powers to explore parallel universes and alter the fabric of time in a way that it benefits the U.S. government? Well, the Department of Energy has responded to these disturbing accusations in a blog post titled “What Stranger Things Didn’t Get Quite-So-Right About the Energy Department.” Good to see that our tax dollars are hard at work.
Paul Lester, Digital Content Specialist, Office of Public Affairs, wrote the article to dispell the rumors that the Energy Department charts parallel universes, forces kids into electrolysis chambers to spy on Russia, and that there are no sinister scientists who are searching for demogorgons.
Or so they would have you believe.
Not believing the malarkey that the government is spoon-feeding the sheeple, Free Beacon journalist Lachlan Markay made a Freedom of Information Act request regarding the DOE’s talk of Stranger Things.
From the Free Beacon:
The agency does “make weapons” and it has conducted human experiments, noted a heavily redacted email from agency employee John Larue. “There is some really eyebrow-raising stuff in the history of the atomic energy commission,” Larue noted.
According to Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz, a nuclear physicist, agency scientists could even be looking for the Upside Down—or, at least, some sort of parallel universe.
“It’s not true that ‘the Energy Department doesn’t explore parallel universes,’” Moniz wrote to a public affairs staffer working on the blog post. “We support theoretical physicists/cosmologists through the Office of Science High Energy Physics program, some of whom almost certainly are doing a fair amount of research on parallel universes.”
Here’s a photo of a now-deleted photo of a heavily redacted document that Markay tweeted out.
Why was it deleted?
Why is there so much information blacked out?
What are they hiding?
How many children like Eleven had to die for a few Russian secrets?
The documents show that internal discussions about the TV show by DOE employers had a common theme – spoilers.
“DO NOT SPOIL THIS FOR ME,” one employee demanded. “I was going to watch it this week. The blog already killed part of it for me.”
“The blog straight up ruined it,” another replied. “You’re already screwed.”
The dark government agency does get one thing right: #JusticeForBarb
Sure the Department of Energy has nothing to do with the CIA’s Project mind control program called MKUltra.
Why would you not believe your government?
(they’re watching me)
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