posted on Jan, 18 2009 @ 01:48 PM
It looks like a story made up based on how the author thinks the scenario may go down. It is probably meant for shock and awe affect. with world
events as they are I'm surprised more reality based fictions aren't prevalent. If it bleeds it reads. The mystery at the Telegraph office just adds
to the mystery story and increases it's probably dwindling ratings. They are doing nothing illegal and doubtful have to report their sources, and if
they do or have to, those they report to probably see no threat and haven't pulled it.
Why do people assume these types of scenarios will be pulled off by known militants and groups, or that intelligence can even know about every case of
an attack? Also, why aren't other radiological types of attacks like ionizing radiation (the harmful radiation given off by electrical sources and
signals which blanket the earth more and more everyday- just look at what Digital signals will do to increase this rate--cell phones already cause
cancers and tumors)?
Wouldn't the scary story be the individuals or groups who have done nothing to ever make them suspect. Who avoid leaving a paper trail or electronic
trail. Who never verbalize or communicate their actions, or, if they must, limit such communications to pre arranged alphabets made of random words in
place of letters or Brittish style codes based on page and line numbers, drafted completely in numbers which tell you which lines to add or subtract
the numbers and which pre arranged code to be used to calculate the results and a pre arranged alphabet to translate those number results into, then
either use ultra high sound frequencies or acid baths or a combination of both to immediately destroy all communications ASAP. Then perhaps instead of
building the product at some distant removed location, bring the materials onsite under the guise of otherwise unrelated items. And what if they did
it as a mattter of generations rather than fulfillment in their lifetime, so the process was so slow as to be unnoticable in the short or mid terms,
and less identifiable in the long term. Then, build over time in the same way, on- site, then a generation or so later sets it off.
Then contrary to popular stigma and belief, no one takes credit or ever speaks of the incident so the truth and origin of the disaster dies with the
last generation to pull it off.
That would seem a much scarier scenario to me.
I'm guessing it is a story, just as it claims. That or a means of inspiring the activity to control the outcome- having already laid out when and
where it would occur. Maybe, it's a fishing expedition to see what kinds of leads it can get into other related events. Who knows. But, seems very
unlikely and improbable for that scenario to ever reach fruition.