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Originally posted by franspeakfree
1. Test pilot a top secret plane (why not do it at night)
2. Create chaos in order to see what would happen and how people react
3. Something was above us that somebody didn't want us to see
4. In order to make money from the governments in compensation from tax payers money
Originally posted by Esrom Escutcheon Esquire
Or it was TPTB further attempting to disrupt the economy ...
Originally posted by 12voltz
The lawyers are already lining up .The airlines want some compensation but who's call was it to shut them down?
Originally posted by andy1033
reply to post by MR BOB
I go jogging, and the air was like how i would get when i worked on a building site, all up my nose, and my mouth was full of dust i could taste it.
In london there was definitely ash in the air.
This report is rubbish.
Originally posted by IanC99000310
Could this be a test to see if all those chemicals that have been added to our food and water have actually stopped us giving a damn?
Could they be seeing if the population control methords are working and seeing if the masses would rise up against government descions?
Or could it just be Health and safety gone mad??
COuld it be a way of pulling the unions in line??
could it be away of showing an artificial boost in the economy when the prices start to rise?
Personally I think it is an economical stratergy....
But then there is always the PolishAffair......
Originally posted by stevcolx
This is the first time in the world that airports anywhere were shut down by a volcano eruption.
The Redoubt eruption ..... damaged five commercial jetliners, and caused several days worth of airport closures and airline cancellations in Anchorage and on the Kenai Peninsula (Casadevall, 1994). Drifting ash clouds disrupted air traffic as far away as Texas.
The three eruptions of Mt. Spurr's Crater Peak in 1992 deposited ash on Anchorage and surrounding communities, closed airports, made ground transportation difficult, and disrupted air traffic as far east as Cleveland, Ohio.
The dust really IS starting to settle: Scientists find particles of volcanic ash on the streets of Sheffield
By Liz Hazelton
Particles of ash from the volcano in Iceland were today falling across Britain leaving cars and pavements coated in black dust.
Scientists from Sheffield Hallam University scraped up samples of the material and were later able to confirm that it had come from Eyjafjallajökul.
Read more: www.dailymail.co.uk...
Originally posted by SpectreDC
According to several sources that I don't feel like finding again, the EU had plans to start air based war games around the same time as this ash cloud.