posted on Jun, 26 2012 @ 08:55 PM
I have been waiting for someone to ask the question of whether this incident was just a gas explosion or some kind of terrorist planning gone wrong.
Since this matter is before us, I will offer the following discussion.
First things first.
If I were a covert agency and wanted to set up a clandestine bomb making factory, I would put it in the middle of Muslims so that if anything went
wrong, people would immediately associate the explosion with Muslims and the brainwashing that comes with planting the suggestion that it was just a
gas leak or perhaps angry Muslims with bombs.
In this manner the covert operation is shielded with Muslims as an excuse in a Muslim community, while the Gas leak excuse or an outdated gas pipe
infrastructure mention can also be used for distraction.
I have recently been studying the video footage and stills from the blast damage and in my opinion, at this time, I side on the side of some klutz of
a terrorist who got it wrong and ruined a good day.
Since the Olympics are coming up, to think that terrorist are making these bombs or perhaps even just training with them could be the right thought to
have in my opinion.
While I have taken the matter further than most would, I have looked into this matter for other reasons dealing with the blast radius that concerns
It is this blast radius that we could see again and to explore the damage reports, and to view the damage created is good homework for those that want
to know more about the radius of damage that such a bomb could generate in some future attack like the Olympics.
The terrorist group "could be" Islamic or it could be just a cover for British clandestine SAF operations combined with external forces planning the
execution a false flag.
While typically I can agree, that the specifics of the blast radius probably does not matter to anyone, it matters to me and the direction my research
is leading me for it also could denote a new more advanced and yet small but compact type of explosives with perhaps computer or telephone based
Knowing the blast effects helps to identify future targets more suitable to the blast radius of the bomb being used. Bombs create damage from point
of explosion outwards and this blast radius I feel will help anyone wanting to consider the data while investigating other terrorist methods.
Good analysis would determine type of explosives used and whether this is a new type of weapon.
I would add that if it was a gas leak, it takes a build up of gas and people normally report the smell as it accumulates, so if no one reported a gas
leak and there was no apparent build up of gasses sufficient to explode in the manner of devastation caused, then it must have been a bomb, because
the damage does not fit a gas leak in all areas.
When you find those areas that look odd, it is, because they are odd and no gas leak will do what high explosives will do to certain structures and of
course the blast radius pattern that denotes a lot if only people would take a look.
Gas blast is different from high explosives blast. That is what I see at the present. I hope this creates some discussion in a non typical way..
I would lastly remind you that I am offering my opinion and not some peer reviewed thesis where I have to have proof of everything. I guest that's
why they call it an opinion instead of a thesis.
I just hope someone in the UK does some investigating and reports on it outside of the typical "dont worry" media types, for I would love to process
more information about this matter.
Thanks for the thread.