New Special Edition Of ‘Fahrenheit 451’ Must Be Heated To Be Read

by | Oct 19, 2017 | Conspiracy Fact and Theory | 15 comments

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    The newest edition of the book Fahrenheit 451 is going to be out soon, and ironically, it must be heated up to be read.

    For those who haven’t read the book Fahrenheit 451, it’s coming highly recommended.  It tells the story of a dystopian society in which books are outlawed and burned by firemen to prevent citizens from reading them. It follows one fireman’s journey of following orders and questioning authority. Ray Bradbury’s iconic book was originally published in 1953 and will leave a permanent reminder tucked away in the mind as to why free speech should never, under any circumstances, be culled. Simon and Schuster’s website says this is what the book is about:

    Guy Montag is a fireman. In his world, where television rules and literature is on the brink of extinction, firemen start fires rather than put them out. His job is to destroy the most illegal of commodities, the printed book, along with the houses in which they are hidden.

    Montag never questions the destruction and ruin his actions produce, returning each day to his bland life and wife, Mildred, who spends all day with her television “family.” But then he meets an eccentric young neighbor, Clarisse, who introduces him to a past where people didn’t live in fear and to a present where one sees the world through the ideas in books instead of the mindless chatter of television.

    When Mildred attempts suicide and Clarisse suddenly disappears, Montag begins to question everything he has ever known. He starts hiding books in his home, and when his pilfering is discovered, the fireman has to run for his life.

    Even more amazing, the new special edition of the book coming out soon, and it must be heated up in order to be read.  It’s a truly astonishing feat when thinking about it. The title Fahrenheit 451 actually refers to the temperature at which paper will catch on fire and burn, and if you didn’t know that before, it’s likely seared into your mind now.

    According to Gizmodo, Jo Frenken shared this video to Instagram showing a prototype copy of the book, which was developed by the Charles Nypels Lab at the Netherlands-based Jan van Eyck Academie. The research institute is known for its experiments in materials and media. The pages of the book appear completely blacked-out, much like a redacted CIA file, (can anyone say “censorship?”) as you flip through them. But when heat is applied to the pages using the flame from a lighter (in this case) the heat-activated ink disappears and the underlying text is revealed.

    Super Terrain has declared that they will apparently be making this unique version of Fahrenheit 451 available for purchase sometime in 2018. But Gizmodo recommends maybe grabbing a hair dryer to read it. An actual open flame is probably a bit too risky.


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      1. Just bake it at 325 for a minute. This is a really bad idea. These pyro kids will hurt themselves.

        • There was a movie made on the book. Try Netflix. It’s a good movie. I never read the book tho.

      2. And who will be burning books? Why, of course, the Antifa brownshirt fascists!

        • TEST, I could picture antifa doing exactly that.

        • Isn’t Antifa and fascist in the same sentence an oxymoron?

      3. Sounds to me, burn them ALL and cal lit a damn day…

      4. I want one!

      5. George W. Bush showed his true colors today. Just in case you already didn’t know. Bush is not a conservative. He doesn’t even qualify as an American. Because he is a Globalist. Globalists are against nations. Against sovereignty. That way they can loot us faster. And he also basically implied that Trump and his supporters are bigots and racists. I hope he can see my middle finger from here.

        • Him, you stated my position perfectly. Well said.

        • No hr isn’t. Neither is Trump. Nor was Nixon. You have to go back to Raven, Goldwater, Hover,McKenley, Grant . . . to find “to examples of conservationism”.

        • The younger Bush also said, “The Constitution is just a god damn piece of paper.” I read that is a direct quote from him. Get the trees ready…..

      6. All the Bushes voted for Clinton. Poppy Bush and slick willy are best of buds. They did not like when Trump dismissed Jeb during an early debate pointing out his brother was president when 9-11 happened. Even when lightly scratching the Bush complicity the hatred endures. It’s confusing that despite what political side they pretend to be on, in reality both fake opposite sides work in unison supporting unelected and largely unknown shadow characters. Voting is a joke that always continues the existing practices. How to change this, nobody really cares to offer a viable solution. Talk about zero power, the people have it and with every election more laws are enacted to prevent any advances. Pure evil is in charge. Of course everybody sees it.

        • I agree. End of the day. Vote doesn’t mean much anymore.

      7. One must burn the book in order to read it.

        Fahrenheit 451 should have been about burning the paper money.
        That would be the firemen’s basic job. . .

      8. When the Germans were burning books in the 1930s. It was pornography and Marxist communist ( Moses mordicia Levy) the son of a Jewish rabi books. Not Shakespeare?

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