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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, 12 2012 @ 12:05 AM
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Yes, and that would be one high tech weapon


What about a drone firing a plasma burst?




posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 12:06 AM
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you can find the dimensions by assuming the home is 1 big, 2,600 sq.ft room with 9ft ceilings

there is also another important variable and will make correctly calculating the potential explosive force very hard... that is the concentration of the gas. If gas could be found in every corner of the home, but it had diffused quite a bit, the explosion would be considerably less than gas found with higher concentration levels. The math is hard and even when done properly, it will not give a very accurate idea of the potential force available.

Using variables that vary from highly concentrated to heavily diffused will reveal a wide range of potential energy associated in each scenario. Without having very specific information for the variables, accurately pinpointing the blast potential would be a practice of futility.


ETA:

I can't believe no one has mentioned Dec. 21, 2012 and the approaching Nibiru! This is, without a doubt, directly linked to King Anu and his sons!

Ha, really though.... I know it may seem like something is being covered up if they do not identify the responsible element of this tragedy soon, but I hope they take their time and get it right - maybe they will discover something that needs to be looked at closely in many other neighborhoods around the country.

RIP to the lost souls in this tragedy. Prayers for those left behind to greive and those who have been displaced as a result of this terrible event.
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posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 12:07 AM
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Originally posted by Tallone
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I haven't seen photos of melted cars. I remain skeptical. I favor the gas line explosion for reasons 1 and 2 as I posted.

But if true they was a melted car then that my friend was no gas line explosion.

I await someone with photo evidence of a melted car.


There are aerial photos of the area, and cars are visible, none of them seem melted to me. Officials seem to think it was gas related, so I think were right (majority of the posters).



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 12:07 AM
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cars next door, cars have lots of plastic, front/rear bumpers, trims, headlights, some have plastic body panels all that would melt easily


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posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 12:08 AM
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I'm confused,.. This woman says that there was girl who said her mom and sister were in the devastation.. Where are they? they aren't the two dead; and I haven't heard anything about # of injured.



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 12:09 AM
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Two melted cars in the garage of a home next door to the explosion site. — Michelle Manchir/Chicago Tribune, Nov. 11, 2012


This has been reported in several places......!!! I don't make this up...just repeating the info I have read



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 12:09 AM
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Here are the "melted" cars, they don't look melted to me:

trib.in...

but the caption says:



Two melted cars in the garage of a home next door to the explosion site. — Michelle Manchir/Chicago Tribune, Nov. 11, 2012

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posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 12:12 AM
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The reference "article" is NOT and will never be true, just because of the know source, which always has "articles" about "reports circulating on the kremling", which make for a laugh each and every other week.

Given that we know this for sure, there are no other ifs to consider in this particular case.



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 12:12 AM
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Originally posted by Neopan100
reply to post by salainen
 


Two melted cars in the garage of a home next door to the explosion site. — Michelle Manchir/Chicago Tribune, Nov. 11, 2012


This has been reported in several places......!!! I don't make this up...just repeating the info I have read


Not blaming you, but look at the photos and see for yourself.

See link posted by WhoDat09.



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 12:13 AM
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To the speculation of drone attack, or otherwise deliberate governmental false flag attacks, keep in mind that they haven't come to a conclusion yet, which means they are being open-minded and thorough about it themselves.

If it was anything they perpetrated, 'natural gas explosion' as the cause would have been delivered as a verdict ages ago, they would have had a viable excuse pre-prepared for immediate release.
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Edit - 'false flag attacks' is the wrong phrase - I just mean any self-perpetuated action against citizens to assasinate anyone or whatnot... A true false-flag attack would be blamed on a terrorist or foreign agency, not natural gas explosion.

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posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 12:15 AM
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Agreed...not 'melted'...but I hadn't seen the actual pic...the news just said it but showed no pic...they looke warped...maybe the should have said warped



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 12:15 AM
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car at explosion house


The "melted Cars in the garage next door"

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posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 12:16 AM
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Originally posted by HIWATT
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Actually my comments to your post WERE directed at "them" as I DID read your links.

My responses, therefore, were not really to you, but rather with regards to the information you linked - which i still maintain - is utterly ridiculous.

Now it's not 30 homes but 100+ that need to be demolished?

FFS... are people blind? LOOK AT THE PHOTOS!

MAYBE 10 houses total that seem like they suffered some residual damage????

100..... LOL....... thay may as well just try and convince everyone that the whole damn state needs to be rebuilt
yeah you obviously havn't looked at the pictures and extrapolated the damage, please tell me how an aerial photo of 1/10th of the neighborhood tells you the damage of the other 9/10's? If my house was shaking on its foundation 5 miles away, I can't imagined what the blast felt like 100ft from it, enough to kill anyone who was outside. You are simply stating the opposite of all the official reports. I mean at first it's okay because maybe you have a different viewpoint, but you aren't even looking at the damage, the houses are shifted off their foundation because of that sonic boom, would you want to live in one of those houses? You'd be foolish to say yes... and thats why they have been deemed uninhabitable. Someone from Citizens Gas(not CEG, not sure where you got that info from) said there was no leak found at the explosion site, and no residue was found in initial investigations.

Do you have something against Indianapolis? I sense something more in your tone, like you are mad it's getting so much coverage because it's not up to your standards of mass devastation. But anyway... I'm going to sleep. the southside hoosiers down here have been amazing with their quick support and containment of the situation, whatever it was, it was devastating for our community, and that can be confirmed by the international coverage of this incident.



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 12:16 AM
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Yes, with such a wide range of damage and destruction being reported, it would seem there would be many injuries. Maybe there are, but we just haven't heard about them yet. Hopefully there is no other injuries, aside from the ones already announced. It would suck to have your family destroyed along with your home.
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posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 12:19 AM
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With the amount of ambulances on the scene during the incident, I am surprised we only hear of 2 people.. The extra ambulances could have just been for safety precautions 'in case' more were hurt. But I have also read on their local site about people who knew some of the injured..but I haven't heard anything about the injured except the deceased teacher and engineer.. something so big has the potential to effect more than 2 people. Not that I want it to, however!



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 12:20 AM
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Originally posted by esteay812
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Yes, with such a wide range of damage and destruction being reported, it would seem there would be many injuries. Maybe there are, but we just haven't heard about them yet. Hopefully there is no other injuries, aside from the ones already announces. It would suck to have your family destroyed along with your home.


Several sources said this long time ago:

At least two people were killed and seven others were injured following an explosion on the city's southeast side.

www.fox59.com...
www.newstimes.com...-3721680



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 12:21 AM
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Originally posted by Hijinx
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3 psi.. lol

The amount of pressure stays the same, it has nothing to do with how far or how many. 3 psi is enough pressure to destroy a "typical" residential home.
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The distance does effect the blast overpressure, otherwise we'd all be dead right now. The blast overpressure is generally measured at a specific distance, or at ground zero of the blast.

Considering the blast overpressure of various types of explosions, and taking into account the fact that between 60-100 feet way, garage doors were blown far into the garage and doors off their hinges, it would indicate one hell of a compression wave ie: blast overpressure.



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 12:22 AM
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definitely seems like there would be many more injured from flying and falling debris alone. Maybe they are not being reported due to the nature of the event. Maybe they will release a real report of the #'s injured when the source of the tragedy has been identified...

maybe there is just no other casualties, it just seems hard to believe that after looking at photos and reading reports of the devistated area.



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 12:23 AM
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Originally posted by Neopan100
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Central heat is more expensive....Ameren CIPS gives breaks for using gas....go figure...you don't want to be running central heat in February..when we have freezing rain..unless you like 400$ electric bill for that month!


Better then your house blowing up...



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 12:25 AM
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Though a gas explosion does sound like the most logical possibility, there are a few things that make me wonder about this...

1. If one of the houses filled with a mix of natural gas and air I can see how it would be devastated if it exploded. And in a big enough explosion, I can see how the houses nearby would also severely damaged. But it looks like the blast centered on two houses relatively equally, destroying both and then gradually diminishing out from there.

2. The pieces of debris from the houses that were completely destroyed are quite a bit smaller than I would expect. A natural gas/air mix would be a low explosive as opposed to a high explosive. The explosion does not expand nearly as quickly with low explosives. I would expect larger debris (sections of walls, etc.).

3. The gas company has repeatedly said there were no gas leaks found.

4. Someone from the gas company allegedly said they tested the soil for residue that should have been present if it was a natural gas explosion but there was no such residue.




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