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Originally posted by diesel_actual
reply to post by Studiosamurai
Also smells like sulfur, NATURAL GAS!
The two people killed was a young couple, both school teachers.
Originally posted by delusion
By what evidence is there any kind of 'info blockade', or reports that witnesses are forbidden from talking about this?
If there isn't any evidence for this, please don't claim there is.
Originally posted by ToadInAHole
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Last night when reporters tried to access the school that the evacuees were staying, they were denied any interviews with the evacuees.
Originally posted by Rubic0n
Originally posted by darkhorserider
The Shockwave hits before the light and sound. The heat actually hits first, then the shockwave, then the light, then the sound. So, this makes sense, if you were a block or two away, you would feel the sway before hearing or seeing the explosion.
For those people very close, it was surely all simultaneous, but the farther away the observor is, the more pronounced the different speeds of effects are.
I just don't see how that much gas could leak without anyone noticing the smell? The next door neighbors were apparently home, how could they not notice that much gas leaking? You don't get an explosion of this size just by leaving a burner on the stove turned on.
How does anything travel faster then light?
And doesn't the shockwave actually carry the sound?
Originally posted by jhn7537
Originally posted by Hijinx
reply to post by jhn7537
Natural gas explosion seems most likely given the events that took place, and the aftermath.
Ok cool, that's what i heard earlier, but it wasn't confirmed yet...
Originally posted by Katharos62191
Last night when reporters tried to access the school that the evacuees were staying, they were denied any interviews with the evacuees. Or entry. That information was from their local news page, it was already posted earlier but ill find it and link it.
Also people who were trying to 'do good' and take things needed for the evacuees, they were denied to take it to their location, and were directed to take what they wanted to donate to a nearby church or do it online, still cutting off interaction from the evacuees/witnesses from the neighborhood. That was also from their own local news page.
I feel that is somewhat of an 'info blockade'. Just my opinion, but that sounds like an effort to keep information hidden.