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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 @ 07:36 PM
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Originally posted by Maskander

Originally posted by gangdumstyle
Gas furnace to blame in Indianapolis explosion?
Investigators believe a gas appliance may have been the cause of a powerful explosion that engulfed a middle class neighborhood in flames. NBC’s Ron Allen reports.

Its a wrap, that's all folks...

Nooooothing to see folks
Mediocre Video from MS'___'
video.msnbc.msn.com...
there woulnd't be a question mark if that were it. have you ever seen reporting like that?
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Agreed Maskander. And I do see "reporting" like that every day from the mainstream outlets.

There is no journalism there. They are asking if a gas appliance is to blame, and then dismissing it as the most likely cause -- to pass it off as a fact.

So it's NOT a wrap, that's not all folks.




posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 07:39 PM
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Originally posted by Tecumte

Originally posted by Destinyone
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Ahhh...but, the Gas Company has stated no one ever called in a malfunctioning furnace report. Plus, no one has verified the Father's claims of text from Daughter. It gets squirrelier by the minute....


John Shirley, 50, of Noblesville, told The Associated Press that his daughter sent him a text message last week complaining that the furnace in the home where she lives with her mother and her mother's boyfriend had gone out and required them to stay at hotel.

But Shirley also said when he asked if the furnace had been fixed, his daughter said yes, and he wasn't aware of any additional problems until he heard from his daughter again Sunday morning.

"I get a text from my daughter saying `Dad, our home is gone. Then I called my ex-wife and she said what happened," he said.

His ex-wife, Monserrate Shirley, declined to comment Monday.

Read more: www.foxnews.com...


Des



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As I mentioned, these calls were probably swept up and filed (yes like most all of your calls) and first will be verified to have occurred and then will be analyzed. Not pointing fingers. Just routine I would guess.



You get a *text* from your daughter saying 'Dad, our home is gone? (home or foreclosure house) You don't call? You don't speak in person about all the damage in the neighborhood??? Ok, maybe just me, I know.



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 07:41 PM
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Originally posted by roadgravel
How many people in a typical neighborhood have actually been near a large explosion. People seem to always say 'never' before. True they haven't at all.
i won't say how many but i'd bet an awful lot more than you are giving credit.
i for one, can be counted.

was within 1/2 mile of apt explosion (drug related)
was within 5 miles of a lumber yard burn out / explosion / all night inferno
was within the city limits of several explosions resulting from a flash flood - 1977
was within 20 miles of Centralia PA -- CONSTANT fuel burn since 1961 - still burning today
www.roadsideamerica.com...

and on that note, i am now wondering if the burning vein (40yrs now) has compromised other areas along the path of the vein ... is it possible that Indianapolis could be the next area porous enough for the vein pressure to escape and subsequently cause a spontaneous combustion of some sort ?



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 07:49 PM
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I find it funny every headline I run into on Google contradicts each other.

22 hrs ago Teacher, husband presumed dead in Ind. explosion

8 hrs ago Owner: Furnace May Be Behind Deadly Indiana Blast - ABC News

1 hr ago Massive House Explosion in Indiana; What Caused the Big Blast?

5 hrs ago Deadly Indiana explosion leaves investigators clueless — RT

5 hrs ago Indiana Explosion Puzzles Authorities, No Reports Of Gas Leak .

How is that for reporting



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posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 07:50 PM
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Originally posted by Honor93

Originally posted by roadgravel
How many people in a typical neighborhood have actually been near a large explosion. People seem to always say 'never' before. True they haven't at all.
i won't say how many but i'd bet an awful lot more than you are giving credit.
i for one, can be counted.

was within 1/2 mile of apt explosion (drug related)
was within 5 miles of a lumber yard burn out / explosion / all night inferno
was within the city limits of several explosions resulting from a flash flood - 1977
was within 20 miles of Centralia PA -- CONSTANT fuel burn since 1961 - still burning today
www.roadsideamerica.com...

and on that note, i am now wondering if the burning vein (40yrs now) has compromised other areas along the path of the vein ... is it possible that Indianapolis could be the next area porous enough for the vein pressure to escape and subsequently cause a spontaneous combustion of some sort ?

indiana is very porous as it used to be a swamp in earlier civilizations



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 07:50 PM
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Have been reading all day, just joined so I could post a comment...I live northeast of Indianapolis, Muncie Indiana area...not claiming this is related, but enough to make me wonder...about 340pm on Saturday, a very large boom, knocked me off my chair, reverberated in my chest..I ran outside, looked for neighbors but most were gone....fast forward to Saturday night around 840pm, a person on a twitter forum that i follow, #INWX, posted that she heard loud rumbling/thunder sounds northeast of her location in Noblesville, approximating Lapel....asked the fellow weather buffs to check radar, because she saw nothing....

"MKFischer ‏@Mar_E_

Hearing thunder sounds Northeast Of Noblesville near "Lapelle." Any info? My radar's coming up blank. #inwx"



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 07:53 PM
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Originally posted by pshan
Have been reading all day, just joined so I could post a comment...I live northeast of Indianapolis, Muncie Indiana area...not claiming this is related, but enough to make me wonder...about 340pm on Saturday, a very large boom, knocked me off my chair, reverberated in my chest..I ran outside, looked for neighbors but most were gone....fast forward to Saturday night around 840pm, a person on a twitter forum that i follow, #INWX, posted that she heard loud rumbling/thunder sounds northeast of her location in Noblesville, approximating Lapel....asked the fellow weather buffs to check radar, because she saw nothing....

"MKFischer ‏@Mar_E_

Hearing thunder sounds Northeast Of Noblesville near "Lapelle." Any info? My radar's coming up blank. #inwx"


Welcome to ATS. Thanks for your input. The more dots we can connect, the bigger the picture gets....


Des



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 07:56 PM
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Originally posted by pshan
Have been reading all day, just joined so I could post a comment...I live northeast of Indianapolis, Muncie Indiana area...not claiming this is related, but enough to make me wonder...about 340pm on Saturday, a very large boom, knocked me off my chair, reverberated in my chest..I ran outside, looked for neighbors but most were gone....fast forward to Saturday night around 840pm, a person on a twitter forum that i follow, #INWX, posted that she heard loud rumbling/thunder sounds northeast of her location in Noblesville, approximating Lapel....asked the fellow weather buffs to check radar, because she saw nothing....

"MKFischer ‏@Mar_E_

Hearing thunder sounds Northeast Of Noblesville near "Lapelle." Any info? My radar's coming up blank. #inwx"


Interesting, has anything else weird happened leading to it?



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 07:57 PM
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The main reason a meteor doesn't add up (in my opinion) is the lack of sightings of something in the sky that night,

You would imagine reports across a few states right?



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 07:59 PM
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Oh Mythbusters Water Heater Explosion


Listen to the ka-boom, if it were NG in there, I'm sure we would have seen a similar result to what happened in Indianapolis



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 08:00 PM
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Nothing that jumps out at me, other than 2 weeks prior around 1am there was a loud explosion/sound, but I was drifting to sleep, and assumed it was just me, however at dinner 1 week ago, my next door neighbor described the same sound...and she assumed it was also just her...independently I assume nothing, but in lieu of what just took place, who knows.

Also, I am a very logical guy, based in reason, also grew up next to an air force base, this "boom" Saturday was nothing I have ever heard...truly worried me.



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 08:07 PM
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Originally posted by pshan
Nothing that jumps out at me, other than 2 weeks prior around 1am there was a loud explosion/sound, but I was drifting to sleep, and assumed it was just me, however at dinner 1 week ago, my next door neighbor described the same sound...and she assumed it was also just her...independently I assume nothing, but in lieu of what just took place, who knows.

Also, I am a very logical guy, based in reason, also grew up next to an air force base, this "boom" Saturday was nothing I have ever heard...truly worried me.


Interesting again. I am not familiar with Indiana, although I have family who lived their, is their any military base in the surrounding area, and if so do they do any live exercises?



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 08:07 PM
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Ok, I'm thinking the media mention of the alleged 'faulty furnace' is significant.

Either it may have had a part in what happened or it's completely manufactured.

Seems relevant and I doubt it's inclusion in the story line is simply 'coincidental'.



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 08:08 PM
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Originally posted by mrdeadfolx
Oh Mythbusters Water Heater Explosion


Listen to the ka-boom, if it were NG in there, I'm sure we would have seen a similar result to what happened in Indianapolis
plausible... but where's the rocket propelled furnace?



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 08:09 PM
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There used to be an active base, Grissom AFB outside of Peru IN, (Bunker Hill) and also reserves out of Fort Wayne, but I am not sure of Grissom's status now, other than non-active.



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 08:11 PM
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Originally posted by pshan
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There used to be an active base, Grissom AFB outside of Peru IN, (Bunker Hill) and also reserves out of Fort Wayne, but I am not sure of Grissom's status now, other than non-active.


Since you live their, and again I don't, do you think they could of been practicing with live ammunition(artillery for example?). That could explain the loud noises at night.



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 08:14 PM
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IMO no, it is not something I have ever heard, again there is a first for anything, but planes fly over every week or 2 and there has never been a sound like this before...alone, I would not have thought about it, but then the lady south of here referencing thunder sounds...and then the explosion...



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 08:15 PM
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Originally posted by Tecumte
Ok, I'm thinking the media mention of the alleged 'faulty furnace' is significant.

Either it may have had a part in what happened or it's completely manufactured.

Seems relevant and I doubt it's inclusion in the story line is simply 'coincidental'.



That must be one hell of a furnace! Seriously,, what kind of furnace turns 2 whole homes to "dust" and causes 30 homes to be demolished due to structural damage.

What kind of furnaces do you guys in Indiana have? SHEESH
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posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 08:19 PM
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msnbc is now talking about a gas furnace.


Investigators believe a gas appliance may have been the cause of a powerful explosion that engulfed a middle class neighborhood in flames. NBC’s Ron Allen reports.

Source: video.msnbc.msn.com...

In the video people said they thought it was a plane crashing. The gas furnace makes more sense than a natural gas leak, but how big would the fume clouds be to cause this much damage when it sparked?

Another interesting point is when the daughter text's her father saying "Dad, our home is gone.", a home which was causing them finical trouble.
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posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 08:23 PM
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When it happened here in Louisiana a month or so ago, it was eerily the same thing. Very loud boom that knocked out windows here in shreveport 30 miles from the blast. Felt like an incredible earthquake for 3 seconds. They blamed it on an underground ammo depot saying 1000 lbs of gunpowder blew up. That makes no sense at all, the blast was unbelievable. But the weird thing is hundreds, yes hundreds of people that night say the slowest brightest light move through east Texas, over us here in shreveport, and as it started its decent toward the ground, shortly after was the big explosion. They evacuated schools, jails, and didn't let anyone near. Military was there from Barksdale Air Force base here in Shreveport. They shut down both side of Interstate 20, and they had homeland security out there in their white chemical suits. Didn't make sense. Press conference was slated for 7am next morning. It was rescheduled for 11am, then at the last minute they cancelled it totally. End of ballgame. I'm not a munitions expert, but can 1000 lbs of gunpowder make a blast like that. And what about the light shooting across the sky across 2 states. happened at around the same time 11pm. Meteor is my guess on what happened here, and everything sounds similar to what happened in Indiana regarding blast pattern etc.




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