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Originally posted by Asktheanimals
I think we can rule out a bunker explosion due to:
The amount of time taken to report it - 7 freaking hours??! ("we cuddint fine no 'sploded bildin's at fust")
Shockwave strong enough to break windows miles away leaves no one injured at the worksite?
The pictures look nothing like an exploded munitions bunkers to me. In fact, it reminds me of the flight 93 wreck site they kept showing on 9/11.
Plume on radar doesn't match up with munitions site.
That only leaves a hundred other possible explanations but this is weird with a capital "W".
NBC 6 News team today took aerial video of explosion site at Camp Minden. Watch NBC 6 News at 5 and 6 for detailed coverage of the explosion that reverberated throughout the Ark-La-Tex.
Originally posted by butcherguy
reply to post by OneisOne
I watched the video that you linked. It played smoothly for me.
Am I blind or something?
I didn't notice any signs that an explosion occurred there. Especially one that broke windows miles away and produced a 7,000 foot tall cloud of smoke (full of debris).
Originally posted by Stevie777
Originally posted by LSU0408
Originally posted by TheOtter
reply to post by LSU0408
From an emergency services perspective, it does make sense that they would have waited until morning to investigate. You want to make sure the scene is safe before you send in your firemen. Ther could have been more explosions that might have killed or injured them. You just don't know in the dark, in the woods.
On the other hand, it seems odd that they would not have evacuated the boys at the youth offernders' program, just in case.
Yesterday they said firemen were there putting out hotspots. A bunker explosion doesnt leave an oblong crater 10' away from the bunker and clear out trees and a train in a 12' to 15' path directly in front of it. It would take down all those trees...
I think the oblong crater we are seeing is the remains of the bunker..ie..the roof and all the soil has been lifted clean off and to the side and back of where the bunkers was...looks that way to me anyway.
Originally posted by OneisOne
reply to post by butcherguy
reply to post by LSU0408
And that's why I posted the link.
You know they had to have recorded more footage than is in that clip. So did they edit out the actual site or is the other aerial footage faked? The most suspicious thing to me is that the other footage (from a different news station) looks like it was filmed with a 1 megapixal camera (with a serious color issue). This footage is much better quality but does not show the actual explosion site.
It only makes me wonder why??
I agree with others. Something came down from the sky that night. Don't know what it was, will never be able to 'prove' it, but that's what I believe.
Originally posted by Res Ipsa
If you want to rule out the missile from enemy theory then don't rely on your reasoning. If it were a missile it would have been a perfect measured response to something we did to them first. The U.S. would know this and get the message.
Why are people thinking we must either accept or reject the bunker explosion? The question is How did it? When did it? and why all the obfuscations from authorities and the media. Were there 3 explosions 10 minutes apart? How many people saw the slower than average object in the sky with no tail? Was there one like it coming from the East too?
The point being.......don't get hung up on whether or not the munitions dump blew up, It most certainly did or has been by now. It doesn't clear anything up at all, or least not any of the interesting parts of this crazy event(s)