Eleven11 was a troll who posted a sole thread about the possibility of the A-Bomb not exploding while it was being dropped on Hiroshima and how the Japanese would reverse-engineer the bomb.
The plausibility of such a scenario was criticised and Eleven11 would answer by essentially going frantic on how such a scenario was possible, as the Japanese are masters at cloning technology citing that if they could reproduce a car they were likely to be able to reproduce an atomic bomb, and insulted whoever dared to tell him otherwise.
He degenerated further going on into how nuclear bombs are actually a hoax, claiming that nuclear missiles were in fact a ruse by some hideous world conspiracy. He was finally banned.
Research about the conspiracy surronding a nuclear bomb hoax didn't give any interesting results on either wikipedia or google. Which should probably give you an idea how bottom of the barrel that idea is even for the likes of conspiracy theorists. Indeed, Eleven11 appeared, in a grandiose gesture of megalomaniacal self-justification to have bypassed all semblance of fact and to have taken his 'inspiration' directly from a dated conspiracy theory novel called The Jesus Factor.
Eleven11 was considered interesting enough to be incorporated into memetic mutation. As well as his belief that atomic bombs were a Jewish hoax, he also firmly believed that anyone who has an uncle involved in something must be part of a great conspiracy (as in “Perhaps you have an uncle who claims to work in a so-called nuclear plant!! - well, in fact, he spends his time peeling potatoes inside it!!”), and that anything which does not have a backup plan must be a hoax.
These are usually combined into one sentence when mocking him.