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Giant sonic boom felt and heard in Indianapolis Indiana(meteor? mass devastation Info blocade

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posted on Nov, 11 2012 @ 03:06 PM
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It is possible maybe, I am no physics expert with calculations to show it's not. A house can only build up so much pressure before the gas starts leaking out though. Unless maybe it was really windy, neighbors would start smelling it at some point I assume.




posted on Nov, 11 2012 @ 03:06 PM
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appliances stopped having pilot lights years ago..

there should not have been any open flames in the house..



posted on Nov, 11 2012 @ 03:07 PM
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Originally posted by Trexter Ziam

Originally posted by gnosticagnostic
The whole tread was hijacked awhile back.. nuclear explosions..


I couldn't find that one but I did see www.abovetopsecret.com... where the OP hijacked his own thread with

Liquid fluoride thorium reactor


Guess you didn't get a chuckle out of my flock of flying chickens dropping GMO egg bombs.

No radiation poisoning.

sorry i haven't had a chance to go through all 20 pages.. that was a good one though... honestly i don't know the real story here but i say if DHS is involved... well then why would they care if it was a natural gas explosion.. but flock of flying chickens did some damage.. what the heck did you feed them? gunpowder?



posted on Nov, 11 2012 @ 03:07 PM
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Originally posted by de Thor
It was 100%, without a doubt, a gas explosion. The house was for sale and was vacant. So the house sat there, airtight, filling up with natural gas for weeks possibly.

A house full of natural gas = big explosion


Oh well, thats it then- 100%. We can all pack up and go home. Maybe somebody should call the Indianapolis fire dept and let them know, because, you know, they probably wont have thought of that.....



posted on Nov, 11 2012 @ 03:09 PM
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Originally posted by timetothink
My bet is on arson.

Vacant house would have gas turned off, f they had any brains.

I call sabotage of gas lines with maybe an accelerant.


No. The heat was left on. It was really warm in Indianapolis so the house had time to fill with gas. The temp dropped during the night and the heat kicked back on then... BOOM



posted on Nov, 11 2012 @ 03:09 PM
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Impossible. Look at the pictures. Compare them. The houses that are gone are 4th or 5th driveway down. That guy's house is the 2nd driveway down.

Just count the driveways and that link I posted.



posted on Nov, 11 2012 @ 03:10 PM
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Originally posted by Thunda

Originally posted by de Thor
It was 100%, without a doubt, a gas explosion. The house was for sale and was vacant. So the house sat there, airtight, filling up with natural gas for weeks possibly.

A house full of natural gas = big explosion


Oh well, thats it then- 100%. We can all pack up and go home. Maybe somebody should call the Indianapolis fire dept and let them know, because, you know, they probably wont have thought of that.....


Ya, the gym full of evacuated families around me right now doesn't know #.



posted on Nov, 11 2012 @ 03:11 PM
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Originally posted by Zcustosmorum
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Now I think the U.S. government is somewhat evil but not stupid:



Most ominous in this VKO report is its stating that the “intended targets” of these Hellfire missiles were the US Army Resource Services (PPBES) and the US Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS), both located in Indianapolis, Indiana.


Why would anyone fire on their own bases?


Isn't it obvious why, I thought everyone knew?



posted on Nov, 11 2012 @ 03:12 PM
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Originally posted by detachedindividual
This case includes witnesses hearing a loud explosion more than 30 miles away, with a preceding earthquake-like movement/vibration followed by the explosion.


That means there was only one explosion. The sound (vibration) travels faster through the ground than it does through air. Even though the medium is more dense, it is much 'stiffer'.

If you were some distance away and a gas cylinder exploded you would feel the ground shake first, then afterwards you hear the 'boom'. Its common knowledge that you feel the explosion before you hear it.

If anyone has a sound recording with the distance we could prove it with some very simple math.





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posted on Nov, 11 2012 @ 03:14 PM
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Except a water heater, gas fireplace or furnace.

Our house is 10 years old and we have live flames on those three things.

We actually had a leak in the pipe of our fireplace for months, had to call the gas company last week.
I turned off the flame because I didn't like the smell, but since I am overly sensitive to odors I thought it was just me.
My husband said he couldn't smell anything. A couple hours later it was worse, called national grid. They came right out and tested, the pipe under the fireplace inside our living room was leaking.

I don't understand the measurements on the machine they use.....does anyone here?

Small handheld device, reading was 27, when it should 0?

Anyway, there are pilot lights, but I would think everything would be shut off in a vacant house, just stupid to leave everything on.



posted on Nov, 11 2012 @ 03:15 PM
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Originally posted by gnosticagnostic
honestly i don't know the real story here but i say if DHS is involved... well then why would they care if it was a natural gas explosion


I can think of several reasons DHS might be involved.

Early on, they didn't want to commit to a premature solid conclusion of "gas" and considered other possibilities. That would bring DHS.

Another reason, based on a nightmare I had after 911 of terrorists using the Houston, Texas gas mains as in situ bombs. I'm sure DHS has considered this too now, for all cities. That would bring them.

Last, maybe DHS just LOVES my scrambled gunpowder eggs.



posted on Nov, 11 2012 @ 03:16 PM
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Originally posted by lilmehere
reply to post by HIWATT
 


Impossible. Look at the pictures. Compare them. The houses that are gone are 4th or 5th driveway down. That guy's house is the 2nd driveway down.

Just count the driveways and that link I posted.



I just edited my post on the last page.

If you read the link there, it clearly says him and his wife awoke to their windows blowing apart and roof collapsing.

Do you see evidence of that, that far up the street? Either they are lying, or they were in a house directly beside the blast zone - which are the only ones that show any kind of extensive roof damage.



posted on Nov, 11 2012 @ 03:17 PM
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Originally posted by de Thor

Originally posted by Thunda

Originally posted by de Thor
It was 100%, without a doubt, a gas explosion. The house was for sale and was vacant. So the house sat there, airtight, filling up with natural gas for weeks possibly.

A house full of natural gas = big explosion


Oh well, thats it then- 100%. We can all pack up and go home. Maybe somebody should call the Indianapolis fire dept and let them know, because, you know, they probably wont have thought of that.....


Ya, the gym full of evacuated families around me right now doesn't know #.


So you are saying you have been evacuated (or a volunteer), and everyone has been told '100 per cent certainty that it was a gas explosion?'



posted on Nov, 11 2012 @ 03:21 PM
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The driveway of the house that blew up was either 4th or 5th (appears 5th) from the beginning of the street.

That puts the address at either 8403 Fieldfare Way or 8355 Fieldfare Way.


EDIT: The actual house explosion was 8403 Fieldfare way according to matching pu pictures on the aerials and Google Earth streetview.

edit on 11-11-2012 by lilmehere because: Pinpointed address



posted on Nov, 11 2012 @ 03:22 PM
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Originally posted by Trillium
I work for TransCanada PipeLine for ten year the gas should smell like rotten egg.

************** NOT SULFUR **************

This is someting else


There's is a common misconception that sulfur smells like rotten eggs because lay people often confuse it with hydrogen sulfide gas.

Common mistake to make see.... answers.yahoo.com...



posted on Nov, 11 2012 @ 03:24 PM
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posted on Nov, 11 2012 @ 03:24 PM
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Originally posted by lilmehere
reply to post by HIWATT
 


The driveway of the house that blew up was either 4th or 5th (appears 5th) from the beginning of the street.

That puts the address at either 8403 Fieldfare Way or 8355 Fieldfare Way.


Fair enough.
Now add to that the fact we have witnesses on record saying their home has blown windows and a collapsed roof who according to public record live at 8314 and what do we have?



posted on Nov, 11 2012 @ 03:27 PM
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I know when I was a kid and our coal furnace went out it smelled like rotten eggs.

But natural gas has no odor, in the states they put an additive in to give it a smell so you can know if they is a leak.

I should just hire my nose out, because I always find it.

Found a leak outside my moms house last year, every time I took the dog out I would get a wiff.

She told me I was crazy, same as my husband. Called the gas co and sure enough, there was a leak in the pipe coming from the street.



posted on Nov, 11 2012 @ 03:28 PM
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Originally posted by Trexter Ziam

Originally posted by gnosticagnostic
honestly i don't know the real story here but i say if DHS is involved... well then why would they care if it was a natural gas explosion


I can think of several reasons DHS might be involved.

Early on, they didn't want to commit to a premature solid conclusion of "gas" and considered other possibilities. That would bring DHS.

Another reason, based on a nightmare I had after 911 of terrorists using the Houston, Texas gas mains as in situ bombs. I'm sure DHS has considered this too now, for all cities. That would bring them.

Last, maybe DHS just LOVES my scrambled gunpowder eggs.


interesting.. be careful though the DOD might use them against you lol



posted on Nov, 11 2012 @ 03:30 PM
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Originally posted by polarwarrior

Originally posted by Trillium
I work for TransCanada PipeLine for ten year the gas should smell like rotten egg.

************** NOT SULFUR **************

This is someting else


There's is a common misconception that sulfur smells like rotten eggs because lay people often confuse it with hydrogen sulfide gas.

Common mistake to make see.... answers.yahoo.com...





If I can interrupt for a second.... I remember as a kid going to summer camp. Across the HWY was a long nature trail going down to a river... just off the road before the trail head was a railroad track and there was always a strong smell of rotten eggs in that area. I noticed there was a lot of what looked like spilled yellow piles of powder or a cake type substance.

My counsellor told me it was sulphur that spilled off the train. Raw sulphur is yellow/cakey looking and it did smell like rotten eggs.. soooo.....

edit on 11-11-2012 by HIWATT because: spellin'




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