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Originally posted by Navnod
reply to post by loam
One possibility that I have not seen considered is that Russia and the US both have weapons that have been kept from the public which are being used covertly.
How about this?
"EM ball from the Woodpecker grid weapon transmitters, performing a simulated test of the multiple-vehicle kill mode, using a large "electromagnetic missile" created and moved by the associated scalar howitzers."
Originally posted by Anmarie96
reply to post by RoScoLaz
Oh Horse Hay = That's a picture of the sink hole with color added .. Really - can't add the links now = on dial up which is sooooo slow
Originally posted by taskforce4256
The government wants to do something that "might be dangerous". If they do it on a federal reserve, military base, or other area that they can control (even state gov.-owned property), this greatly limits the ability of "snoopers" to investigate. Also, if it is done by a private contractor, there is no paper trail becuase private contractors are not subject to the freedom of information act. We can wait until hell freezes over, and unless you find a whistleblower, we will learn zip.
Originally posted by FrostForests
My guess is some object, be it a rocket, aircraft, etc etc, in a test of some sort, came down at that exact location so the event can be written off as an accident. Only speculation of course, who the hell knows?
Originally posted by MakeSoap
My girlfriend pointed out to me this morning that her friend on facebook had a status about an explosion near where she lived in northern Cali. Anyone know if perhaps these two events are related? Somewhere near Felton I guess.edit on 17-10-2012 by MakeSoap because: Added location
Originally posted by TroubledTexan
Ok Guys my first post. I've lurked here for years but when a bunker filled with explosives goes high order I've got to give my 2 cents worth.
It seems odd to me that there were reports of fire in the sky, before the official response was an ammunition bunker exploded.
What I would like to discuss is the bunker explosion itself.
What I see at the explosion site, in the pic, is ordinary for a bunker explosion.
I'm assuming the front of the bunker faced the railway. In the photo you see the explosion has hit the train and lifted it off its tracks. That tells me the explosion traveled through the front doors and hit the train.
The leveling of the bunker itself is ordinary. As stated previously the explosion goes up and out the front doors.
The concrete on the walls is normally 2 feet thick so the propagation would normally go straight up. The problem with that is the 7200 ft plume that has been reported. That's over a mile high. What were they storing in these bunkers?
I work at an Air Force MSA (Munitions Storage Area) and the DDSB (Department of Defense Safety Board) inspect Air Force and Army MSAs every 2 years. What am I missing here?
Originally posted by Lbridges1111
reply to post by loam
I live in Princeton, La, about 8 miles away from where the "explosion" occurred. It shook my whole house and rattled the windows. I remember noting that I thought we were having a meteor shower, around 11pm. I was outside on my front porch, and saw a few "shooting stars"; fairly bright ones. I went inside, and sat down on the couch and was watching t.v. when I heard the "Boom". I have been researching this ever since, and it is my opinion that a meteorite or at least an "object" fell from the sky, and caused this explosion. Around 5am, all of the military bases had been "cleared" of any explosion, and it was being reported that a meteor hit. Hours later, many of these reports were taken down, and the local authorities claimed a bunker had exploded. Here is a link that shows one of the video clips that is now no longer available. This newscast reported on the facts that I wrote about above. Now it says that the youtube account has been deleted. The video is no longer available.
Originally posted by autopat51
reply to post by Asktheanimals
hmmm...orbitting weapons platforms would sure explain a lot of things
Originally posted by Liamoville
Originally posted by IsawWHATtheyDID
I was just thinking about the submarine in the gulf, and the missle that was filmed over the pacific a year or two ago, that was said to be a plane. i dont think that it is that far fetched of an idea that someone is targeting something. then what about that new tv show about some rouge military unit in a sub? the lack of response from those in charge is raising a flag . I still think they are trying to get their stories straight.
It's the Nazi's finally coming out of hiding from their base under Antarctica with the 100's of u-boats that went missing at the end of WWII.
Joking aside, that doesn't sound like such a silly idea anymore lol.
Originally posted by elouina
Here are some videos. Especially a close up of the now gone bunker. Along with burned out trees and grass. It even shows a train knocked right off a nearby track and split in two!
Webster S.O. confirms bunker explosion at Camp Minden
You know I just had a thought... Perhaps there was a cover up, maybe not. I think most folks would. An act of god (meteor) is not covered under fire insurance. That would be a super freaky accident to have a meteor hit a bunker.
edit on 17-10-2012 by elouina because: (no reason given)