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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 @ 03:13 AM
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Originally posted by ThePeaceMaker
Hi lee thank you mate but again all I see is 3 maybe 4 houses destroyed. Others may have to be demolished due to being structurely unsafe ... I just can't see how over 80 houses could be affected


Hi TPM,

I was just posting up pics because you asked for it.

I read 31 homes severely damaged, 3 destroyed.
I never heard it was 80. It doesn't appear to be that many at all.

- Lee




posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 03:14 AM
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Originally posted by diesel_actual

Originally posted by salainen

Originally posted by proob4
And apparently a giant gas explosion today in Indy also. It was so big the dept of homeland security got involed.

Multiple deaths after ‘gas explosion’ devastates Indiana neighborhood — “So big and overwhelming you can’t explain it” — Homeland Security investigating (PHOTOS & VIDEO)


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Isn't that what were talking about? A large explosion in Indianapolis...

Or is "8400 block of Field Fair Way and Towhees Drive" somewhere else.


Yes, we are talking about the that...back on subject

revelation...lets get some feedback


That would expalin the 2 booms, first boom hitting the first house, next boom as
it moved into the second house



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 03:15 AM
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I think there is more damage done then just what we are being shown in the pictures..



Of the 80 homes affected, 31 suffered major damage. Five of those homes will require demolition and 26 have been temporarily deemed uninhabitable.


Also, why evacuate over 200 people if only a few houses were effected??.. Just thinking out loud..



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 03:15 AM
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More than 200 residents were evacuated from their homes. Some two dozen homes were damaged by the blast.

Of the 80 homes affected, 31 suffered major damage. Five of those homes will require demolition and 26 have been temporarily deemed uninhabitable.

Officials have sorted homes into three categories: 1) homes that folks can occupy, 2) homes that are structurally questionable and 3) homes unsafe for anyone to enter.

Engineers have inspected all 126 homes in the affected neighborhood. Firefighters have escorted some homeowners to get items out of some homes. "



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 03:16 AM
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It wouldn't be impossible for it to be a small airburst, a bomb, etc.
I mean, there is no official cause, so I don't see a problem speculating.
I don't consider someone floating the idea of of a drone hit to be stupid just because they said it. It's food for thought and this IS a conspiracy site. Now if you believe something as true with absolutely no evidence, that's stupid. Lighten up guy.



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 03:16 AM
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where is the vehicle debris that is the debris from the aircraft or whatever hit the houses?



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 03:17 AM
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There are reports that 80 homes were damaged. That could include anything from total destruction, to blown out windows down the block.



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 03:20 AM
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Originally posted by Katharos62191
reply to post by ThePeaceMaker
 


I think there is more damage done then just what we are being shown in the pictures..



Of the 80 homes affected, 31 suffered major damage. Five of those homes will require demolition and 26 have been temporarily deemed uninhabitable.


Also, why evacuate over 200 people if only a few houses were effected??.. Just thinking out loud..


Because it was unclear and still is, what had occurred, they didn't know if more explosions could occur..rather than risk more injurys they evacuated the subdivsion to a school a few hundreds yards away



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 03:22 AM
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Katharos - so true
I try to make my posts as friendly as possibly, I see the gas report reply .. Now I'm stumped

Gogo - no worries dude

Diesel - thanks for the update

Ok well now with the gas company saying no leaks I don't know. Are gas companies able to find leaks after this much destruction ?

Ok so I'm going to go with my idea swamp gas ignited by Chinese lanterns, with fire breathing smilies mixed with tin foil hats that have been rubbed together to cause sparks allowing planet X to shoot flaming spit balls at earth



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 03:22 AM
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wouldn't a large meteorite leave a crater?

If it had broke apart then why were not other areas hit.

I doubt that a meteorite seen in the UK struck down in Indiana.



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 03:23 AM
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No, not if it was an airburst.
However, it would have to be a tiny airburst to do such little damage. It would be a very small meteor.

A large airburst would have flattened the whole neighborhood and then some.



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 03:26 AM
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Originally posted by GogoVicMorrow
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No it doesn't leave black stains, but the portion of wet asphalt will appear darkened compared to the rest as long as it is wet.

You have never seen wet splotches on asphalt?


That looks like concrete driveways, not asphalt


I think these dark splotches are just charred remnants of whatever burned in that spot. Burnt houses always look blackened.

A few years ago a house right behind mine blew up, I had huge black charred chunks of stuff all over my back yard. I picked up some and it looked like window blinds and crumbled to dust in my hands.

When it exploded, I didn't hear it or any boom sounds. This was arson.


I think this is more than likely a gas leak.
These incidents are common, are felt at great distances and can destroy several homes.
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posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 03:28 AM
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reply to post by lee anoma
 


Yeh I noticed dude sorry that reply to your pic wasnt directed at you sorry I didn't make it clear was just an observation



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 03:28 AM
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a meteorite would explain as in the path in the picture above
would explain why all the debris is shatters into small pieces,
would also explain the 2 booms, guess it would be possible
that the first impact slowed it down enough that when it got to the
second it ended up in the basement with the rest of the debris.

Which is going to take them weeks to dig through and clean up.


just a wild guess, not basing on anything but what we have seen
in this thread.



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 03:35 AM
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House in Seattle that exploded from a gas leak.

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A gas leak was found in the service line leading to a house that exploded, rocking a North Seattle neighborhood early Monday, according to a utility-company spokeswoman.

.....Moore said. Shock waves shattered windows in surrounding homes and woke residents miles away...



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 03:36 AM
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Originally posted by telemetry
For those of you asking for pictures of the area before the explosion - here ya go.

Going by this picture after the blast:



Here is a reduced size screenshot from bing maps (birdseye) which appears to match the angle somewhat. If you pay attention between the two photos, many of the obvious details of the homes match up.



Images aside,
Now I've gotta say, while digging into this... I found a few things that I'm not sure of, and possibly some things that have my spidey senses on high alert.

Based on the info I've read, the home that exploded was either not occupied (vacant) or the residents just weren't at home at the time. The assumed address where this originated is 8349 Fieldfare Way, but I can't be 100% sure of that.



Strangely, that comes back to one Monserrate R. Shirly. (sic) What is so strange about that you might ask? Well, I did do a little sleuthing on that name, and find references (aka's) to a Monserrate Roman / Moncy Shirley. So what?

Well, take a look at this: NASA Microbiologist.
here

If her house was the source of the explosion, then what? It could be as simple as an indoor gas leak, that ultimately went boom. I just don't see that happening without neighbors smelling it. I for one wouldn't rule out nefarious things on this case, sabotage included. After all, there is a history with microbiologists and odd deaths... just sayin'



Are some of those houses duplexes? Is there a common wall between them?

if so that is a fire wall that would deflect some of the blast and debris and give the affect of a falling object. Notice also the blast carried more debris one direct than the other.



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 03:40 AM
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They did say they smelt it before it blew

Estes said the home's owner, Brenda Harber, said they all smelled gas moments before the explosion.

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posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 03:43 AM
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Originally posted by violet

They did say they smelt it before it blew

Estes said the home's owner, Brenda Harber, said they all smelled gas moments before the explosion.

Link to story

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thats from a different story



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 03:57 AM
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Meteor's leave rather large craters guys, and all of the energy they exhibit is kinetic. To create such a blast we would need a decent sized meteor and it would most definitely leave a crater.

Meteors the size of basketballs will leave craters 30ft in diameter, about 10 feet deep. To suggest the meteor was going slow enough it didn't create a crater is pretty absurd. Even a rock big enough would level those houses falling at top speed from gravity alone and leave a crater. Kinetic energy is different than an explosion.

Air burst would make more sense, but I would expect the damage to be different. As the shock wave would be traveling down towards the houses, not up and out. The house that looks like it was taken out by an object coming in on an angle, was damaged by the blast moving up and out....



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 04:01 AM
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true, even at free fall, that would be quite a impact..



hmmm it has been a interesting thread that is for sure.



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