What just happened in northwest Louisiana? Unexplained Explosion

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posted on Oct, 19 2012 @ 01:09 PM
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The whole state is going to sink and there is a ton of methane to release

Louisiana's coastal erosion causes the loss of land at a catastrophic rate of 25 to 35 square miles per year, equivalent to one football field every 15 minutes. [Map]

www.livescience.com...

But I doubt this has anything to do with the geology of the state.




posted on Oct, 19 2012 @ 01:10 PM
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Ha Ha, a typical Louisiana fellow explaining about the sink hole, non chalantly. I guess this is all BP's fault? Once again, hmmmm!



I guess we have to blame somebody for all the methane floating around Louisiana!

Can we say, BOOM? If this is all true, I am surprised a much larger area of the state didn't blow up.
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posted on Oct, 19 2012 @ 01:20 PM
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With all of the talk about the methane from the sinkhole in connection with the Minden explosion, I wonder if they realize the two are about at opposite ends of the state?



posted on Oct, 19 2012 @ 01:27 PM
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Originally posted by wirefly
With all of the talk about the methane from the sinkhole in connection with the Minden explosion, I wonder if they realize the two are about at opposite ends of the state?


Yes, but, in the other post I made, we are talking water here, which is connected even though they are not close to each other. Water is quite often connected via underground aquifers that people have no idea about. So, the methane is still leaking, even if miles away.



posted on Oct, 19 2012 @ 01:58 PM
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Our thanks for going above and beyond the call of research duty!
Very interesting indeed that they would have an exercise oddly similar to real events that happen a year later. Government has done these types of drills on other occasions (9/11andOKC) which eerily shadow real events.
That's one more reason for me to believe this was a test of some type of weapon systems, probably space-based and not some tit-for-tat with Russia or act of terrorism.
The burn ban was put in to effect (my guess here) so that any remaining fires (or crash remnants) leftover could be easily spotted and contained.



posted on Oct, 19 2012 @ 02:07 PM
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Originally posted by wirefly
With all of the talk about the methane from the sinkhole in connection with the Minden explosion, I wonder if they realize the two are about at opposite ends of the state?


Not buying into that one either.

If it were from methane, there would be explosions all over the place. Sounds like a poor theory.



posted on Oct, 19 2012 @ 02:22 PM
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Originally posted by Char-Lee

"Braidman said that the meteor is not at all related to the Orionid meteor shower expected to peak over Saturday night and Sunday morning.


Interesting. So that means the meteors seen at the time of the Minden explosion could have been meteors of the same type as the one in California, none of which were Orionids. If they have nothing to do with the Orionids, then what's their source?

If they actually were meteors, then it makes it more likely that the bunker explosion was coincidental.
On the other hand, the objects sighted before the explosion may not have been meteors at all.
It's hard to narrow it down much more than that. The only things that stand out are the object heard "zooming" over the house in Longview and the "out of the ordinary" object reported to have crashed off Goodwill Rd. The "zoom" thing could be a missile, a jet, some other misidentified sound, even possibly a slow low-altitude meteor. The crash could have been an unexploded missile, a meteor fragment, or a false report. And, of course, that's completely ignoring the possibility of aliens...because my last name is not Tsoukalos.



posted on Oct, 19 2012 @ 03:11 PM
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Unfortunately Camp Minden didn't have a beer order today. Hopefully they will next Friday, and I can report back.



posted on Oct, 19 2012 @ 03:14 PM
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You mean you gave up a little over a gallon of gas for that website? I commend you for following up on everything... Funny how there's not a single piece of hard evidence yet to support their "bunk explosion"...



posted on Oct, 19 2012 @ 03:28 PM
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Funny how there's not a single piece of hard evidence yet to support their "bunk explosion"...


Except the bunker is destroyed. At least something removed the bunker.

ETA:

Unless some one removed the explosives and then just blew the empty magazine. The contents went some where.
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posted on Oct, 19 2012 @ 03:34 PM
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Originally posted by roadgravel


Funny how there's not a single piece of hard evidence yet to support their "bunk explosion"...


Except the bunker is destroyed. At least something removed the bunker.

ETA:

Unless some one removed the explosives and then just blew the empty magazine. The contents went some where.
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Well, lol, yes except that part...



posted on Oct, 19 2012 @ 03:48 PM
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Assumption Parish is about 6 hours and over 300 miles South of Webster Parish. They are literally on opposite sides of the State. Webster is in the Northwest corner and Assumption is towards the Southeast.

For the Assumption Parish sinkhole debacle to be even remotely related to anything in Webster Parish, that would mean the entire State of Louisiana was basically one gigantic interconnected salt dome. Which it's not. Although Louisiana is considered part of the Gulf Coast Salt Dome Basin, it is mostly comprised of marine sands and shale formations.

ETA: I just saw Wirefly's post.....in which all of my comments above are just basically repeating.....sorry
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posted on Oct, 19 2012 @ 04:02 PM
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La. sinkhole methane caused Minden explosions is possibility physicists say


Digging only a little deeper, one sees the connection between north Louisiana's Monday night explosion area and south Louisiana's sinkhole area: The areas are joined by that water system of interconnected aquifers





posted on Oct, 19 2012 @ 04:09 PM
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Originally posted by stupid girl
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Assumption Parish is about 6 hours and over 300 miles South of Webster Parish. They are literally on opposite sides of the State. Webster is in the Northwest corner and Assumption is towards the Southeast.

For the Assumption Parish sinkhole debacle to be even remotely related to anything in Webster Parish, that would mean the entire State of Louisiana was basically one gigantic interconnected salt dome. Which it's not. Although Louisiana is considered part of the Gulf Coast Salt Dome Basin, it is mostly comprised of marine sands and shale formations.


I lived in Louisiana for over 7 years. It is also considered America's wetlands. All that muck from the oil spill made it's way far into the state through the wetlands. The whole state is one giant marsh, so you can't be sure that these two bodies of water are not somehow connected.

I am trying to find out if they are by means of an aquifer, So, let me see what I can find.



posted on Oct, 19 2012 @ 04:10 PM
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If so, I would think that methane would be found in various water sources in the area also. There would need to be lots of gas so it seems it would be in more than one place.

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posted on Oct, 19 2012 @ 04:19 PM
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I was wondering why there were so few witnesses to the "meteor" activity. There are usually plenty of sightings over a large area, not to mention photos and videos. With this, nothing...just a handful of eye-witnesses.
I looked a map of population density. Remember how I keep mentioning that the sightings were all along a line? Well, if you keep following that line, it has regions of high population density on either side of it (most notably Dallas and Austin), but it never runs through anything but low population density areas. The objects in the sky followed a very fortunate corridor through which there were less people to witness anything.
Also, meteors are seen over large areas because they're extremely high. A missile, on the other hand, would be lower for at least part of its journey... low enough to only be seen along a thin line, which just happens to run through sparsely populated areas.

With that in mind, I've been trying to fit the missile theory to what happened that night. To do that, I had to assume that the sighting at 9:28 was actually at about 10:28. Here's what I've got (note that this is only speculative, just to see if it's feasible):


10:25 pm CDT +/-3 mins
- Missile launched toward Camp Minden (from the west… Gulf of California?), described as "red/fireball/meteor" with trail as it descends toward target
- Interceptor launched from Ft. Bliss, described as "white" with no trail, heard over home in Longview
- Missile destroyed near target

11:15 pm CDT +/- 5 mins
- Second missile fired toward Camp Minden, described as "fireball" (from different direction? Gulf of Mexico?)
- Possible malfunction, crashing off Goodwill Road to the northwest of Camp Minden target

11:27 pm CDT +/- 1 min
- Third missile reaches Camp Minden target unseen (from different direction? Gulf of Mexico?)
- Two resultant explosions: initial detonation, followed by ignition of stored munitions 10 secs later


I would actually hazard a guess that the first missile launched from the west would have been strategic, in order to draw the attention of the interceptors at Ft. Bliss while the legitimate attack came from the Gulf of Mexico.



posted on Oct, 19 2012 @ 04:19 PM
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Get a load of this book, which explains how all these bayous and streams, etc. from all over the state interconnect and form the lakes, and this part speaks about Lake Bastineu. Still don't think these water ways can be connected even if by more than 300 miles?

Tell you what, I never drank anything but bottled water while I lived there because what came out of wells in the ground in most places I lived, was funky and nasty!

http:// books.google.com/books?id=jZCHBBBfULMC&pg=PA472&lpg=PA472&dq=by+what+means+is+lake+bastineau+filled&source=bl&ots=oqtxJfAm_N&sig=OcTrYoOIp2i0L9449vK9u ZpZ8ts&hl=en&sa=X&ei=vsGBUI7ANsjQ2AXA2oHwDg&ved=0CB8Q6AEwAA#v=onepage&q=by%20what%20means%20is%20lake%20bastineau%20filled&f=false

Sorry, I can't copy and paste here from this site because it's a book.



posted on Oct, 19 2012 @ 04:25 PM
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So let me get this straight...some people here think a Missile has been launched in anger against the USA and the Government is covering it up...

Get real people....America would have dealt the retaliatory blow by now and we would all know about it..



posted on Oct, 19 2012 @ 04:30 PM
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Can't disprove it without first trying to prove it. That's how I eliminated the meteor impact theory. This thread is on a few different tangents trying to get to the bottom of it...even my own opinion has been rather fluid. Gotta cover all the bases.



posted on Oct, 19 2012 @ 04:46 PM
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It was that teaser that had me so curious. It very much sounded like what happened that night. For me to realize though; they trained for something like this to happen and when it did happen they were clueless for 7 hours, has me convinced it was not an accident. I'm very much in the space weapon camp now.

Also on the plus side I now have access to that website for the next month. So I think I pretty much have all local news covered if anyone ever does release an explanation for the blast.





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