posted on Nov, 20 2010 @ 09:44 AM
I made a point in another thread but i feel it is actually more valid in this one based on the OP topic:
With respect to the test bomb, I am aware that there was only a detonator and a timer in the laptop bag but if that somehow managed to make its way on
to a the plane, could it have been possible to construct a bomb on the airplane using other materials smuggled in by another person?
To me this seems very strange because, after the bag was detected, it was then later linked to a U.S company which makes products used to test
If a bomb had been constructed on the plane and detonated, would the same outcome have occurred?
Would that same company have come forward saying that it was their test kit, combined with explosives, which caused the explosion?
If a plan was in motion by some government or organisation to detonate the bomb this seems like a perfect way to deny everything seeing as they failed
and they have the easy way out now by saying it was just a test device.
Interestingly, I am aware of a great deal of uranium mining occurring in Namibia and there are plans to open new uranium mines.
It scares me to think that there could be a possibility of somebody turning Namibia into an 'unstable' or 'terrorist harboring' country for the sole
purpose of acquiring this uranium. I can assure you that Namibia is a lovely place with amazing citizens who rarely ever experience conflict and
violence. The last sentence being based purely on numerous visits and holidays to Namibia and therefore, my personal opinion.
Maybe someone can offer some more insight, and shed some light on this subject and ideas.
edit on 20-11-2010 by dyllels because: spelling