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posted on Nov, 13 2012 @ 01:45 PM
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Originally posted by jrtallent
reply to post by OneisOne
 


What I choose to do is look at all the information available, and use my own discernment.


Then...you have a lot of debunking of your source to read. will only take you about a week...see ya then...



Des




posted on Nov, 13 2012 @ 01:45 PM
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Originally posted by Zcustosmorum
For some closure on this thread but not definitive, a gas explosion does seem likely:


The owner of a home that exploded in an Indianapolis neighborhood, sparking a raging inferno that left two people dead and damaged more than 30 homes, has expressed concern that a faulty furnace may be to blame.




John Shirley said he received a text message last week from his daughter about a problem with the furnace at the house the girl shares with her mother and her mother's boyfriend.


news.sky.com...





That's not very good closure, imho.


Like you mentioned, not definitive, useful, but not very.
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posted on Nov, 13 2012 @ 01:49 PM
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Originally posted by jrtallent
reply to post by OneisOne
 


What I choose to do is look at all the information available, and use my own discernment.


Well since you are new here, I'll help you avoid the HOAX bin with any future threads .....

From Springer, an ATS owner:

Originally posted by Springer
I will happily "declare" that ALL threads using Sorcha Faal as a source, directly or indirectly, will be put in the dread ATS [HOAX] Forum as soon as they are discovered by staff or reported by the Membership.

We do NOT want to support such garbage with any publicity on the Big ATS at all.


Springer...

Posted here.



posted on Nov, 13 2012 @ 01:49 PM
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reply to post by ProperlyErrant
 


did anyone report smelling gas?



posted on Nov, 13 2012 @ 01:54 PM
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Originally posted by antar
reply to post by Maskander
 


Not sure if this has been posted yet or not, have been offline for a couple days, so here it is:
______beforeitsnews/strange/2012/11/another-building-explodes-in-indiana-3-in-less-than-a-week-2445348.html


Hi just checking back in on the thread, realize I am not one of the heavy posters but still wonder if anyone is putting the resent explosions together in that region or not? The one posted above is not the only one in the past couple days and I am beginning to wonder if it has to do with all the NEOs we see incoming for the next couple weeks? If this is true, then why would they whoever they are not warn people of possible debris from the field?



posted on Nov, 13 2012 @ 01:54 PM
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We had a gas explosion in my town last January. I lived about a half a mile away from the blast site. My entire house shook and my power blacked out. I ran outside expecting to see a neighbor's house gone.

I immediately went on twitter, Tweets were coming from near by cities that heard or felt the blast.

This article claims the blast was felt as far as five miles, but first hand accounts that were shared on social networking were ten miles or further.

Explosion Rocks Wisconsin City



posted on Nov, 13 2012 @ 01:56 PM
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Originally posted by jrtallent
reply to post by ProperlyErrant
 


did anyone report smelling gas?


During the day (11/10) the wind varied from 10 to 20 mph. It was still listed as 10 at about 10PM.

That might have helped prevent an obvious odor.

www.wunderground.com...



posted on Nov, 13 2012 @ 03:22 PM
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Well just like the massive Fukishima and Yellowstone threads, I think there should be an "I Read All 82 Pages of the IndyBlast" icon...

That said I just want to add my .2 cents. I will readily admit I do NOT know of natural gas; drones or meteorites, but I DO know houses and (faulty) construction. (Former Real Estate agent).

The homes in the neighborhood involved seem to be McMansions set on 1/4 to 1/3 (read tiny) lots. Brick decorative fronts, with the rest of the exterior being vinyl siding. The interior damage pictures show alot of inferior (quickie) construction that explains why 31 homes will be demo'd. Alot of visually interesting (but not so easy to truss) pitched roofs with varying dormers, gables, ridge lines.

The photo of the bedroom (dresser mirror is intact--NOT shattered) with the cathedral ceiling wall separating at the corners (like slicing a cardboard box) shows how structurally inferior this home is. In resales (and a possible explanation for the "blast" house, priced at 236k to be on the market for over a year, cathedral ceilings show cosmetic challenges (hard to clean cobwebs or paint); water damage (leaks where those roof lines connect) or cracking (inferior drywall or inferior studding or both).

The leads me to two ideas I had while reading this over multiple days...1) the house is NOT well enough constructed as to be so airtight that gas would build up that pronounced (looking at how the French doors caved in the neighboring structure shows no insulation, ergo drafty windows. A nd 2) the nearby house were so badly damaged as a combined result of whatever occurred at the "blast" house and the homes minimal construction.

They really DON'T build them like they used too!



posted on Nov, 13 2012 @ 03:26 PM
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Originally posted by Momof5
So, I found this last night and can't help but wonder why it is that no one else has mentioned and/or noticed this. Moncy Shirley (i.e.: R. Monserrate Shirley/Roman) was apparently dating a man named Mark Ray Leonard. A simple google search shows numerous recent arrests. He had been living with her at that house until recently when they moved out as the house was FSBO. However, there are ZERO listings for the home online. Yet, when you see this post about Mark and his buddy Dave Gill, it makes me wonder about the two men seen leaving the house earlier in the day. The fact Dave has been promising the women giving him money that he is getting an insurance settlement in the near future seems to lend further credence to this theory. I will be interested to see if their names appear in the news anytime soon.

webcache.googleusercontent.com...


www.indystar.com... ndyStar.com

They were at the casino and the cat was being boarded? How long did they plan on being at the casino??? I'm convinced the boyfriend and/or home owner are responsible. It will be interesting to see what the investigation comes up with. I had also read that they had moved out of the house due to it being for sale, which would explain why there was no furniture debris in the explosion photos around that particular house. Just sayin....something stinks.



posted on Nov, 13 2012 @ 03:27 PM
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Well just like the massive Fukishima and Yellowstone threads, I think there should be an "I Read All 82 Pages of the IndyBlast" icon...


Well sure, but you gonna right the 100 question test to award the icon?



posted on Nov, 13 2012 @ 04:36 PM
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Originally posted by Glinda
Well just like the massive Fukishima and Yellowstone threads, I think there should be an "I Read All 82 Pages of the IndyBlast" icon...

That said I just want to add my .2 cents. I will readily admit I do NOT know of natural gas; drones or meteorites, but I DO know houses and (faulty) construction. (Former Real Estate agent).

The homes in the neighborhood involved seem to be McMansions set on 1/4 to 1/3 (read tiny) lots. Brick decorative fronts, with the rest of the exterior being vinyl siding. The interior damage pictures show alot of inferior (quickie) construction that explains why 31 homes will be demo'd. Alot of visually interesting (but not so easy to truss) pitched roofs with varying dormers, gables, ridge lines.

The photo of the bedroom (dresser mirror is intact--NOT shattered) with the cathedral ceiling wall separating at the corners (like slicing a cardboard box) shows how structurally inferior this home is. In resales (and a possible explanation for the "blast" house, priced at 236k to be on the market for over a year, cathedral ceilings show cosmetic challenges (hard to clean cobwebs or paint); water damage (leaks where those roof lines connect) or cracking (inferior drywall or inferior studding or both).

The leads me to two ideas I had while reading this over multiple days...1) the house is NOT well enough constructed as to be so airtight that gas would build up that pronounced (looking at how the French doors caved in the neighboring structure shows no insulation, ergo drafty windows. A nd 2) the nearby house were so badly damaged as a combined result of whatever occurred at the "blast" house and the homes minimal construction.

They really DON'T build them like they used too!


Here we go again.



posted on Nov, 13 2012 @ 04:37 PM
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Originally posted by cass1dy09

Originally posted by Drunkenparrot

Originally posted by cass1dy09
It is not from a gas leak, Drone. www.whatdoesitmean.com...


Your source is a prolific hoaxer and generally banned from ATS.


Sorcha Faal... Internet Hoax Queen Courtesy of David Booth...



Oh, ok. Who knows could be David Petraeus' house



Well If I were head of the CIA and that was my house...
I'd quit too.

(Truly sorry for the people and the houses. The houses were lovely and nicer than mine)



posted on Nov, 13 2012 @ 04:57 PM
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Originally posted by Glinda
The photo of the bedroom (dresser mirror is intact--NOT shattered) with the cathedral ceiling wall separating at the corners (like slicing a cardboard box) shows how structurally inferior this home is. In resales (and a possible explanation for the "blast" house, priced at 236k to be on the market for over a year, cathedral ceilings show cosmetic challenges (hard to clean cobwebs or paint); water damage (leaks where those roof lines connect) or cracking (inferior drywall or inferior studding or both).

The leads me to two ideas I had while reading this over multiple days...1) the house is NOT well enough constructed as to be so airtight that gas would build up that pronounced (looking at how the French doors caved in the neighboring structure shows no insulation, ergo drafty windows. A nd 2) the nearby house were so badly damaged as a combined result of whatever occurred at the "blast" house and the homes minimal construction.


I completely agree, looking at the structural damage to the neighboring households there is no way that amount of gas could be locked up to cause an explosion of this calibre... simply googling "gas explosions" and doing a side by side compare of the Indy boom and others shows that this one was an entirely different monster altogether.

Honestly when I first heard about this, I suspected a meteor since it was during a meteor shower, unfortunately the sheer density of the space rock would have to be enormous to cause the boom that this created in the timeframe that it was heard and would also leave at least one large crater, the crater in Indy is tiny, almost non-existent.

I think we can know what happened once and for all... get these guys on it!




posted on Nov, 13 2012 @ 05:07 PM
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Originally posted by SyntheticPerception
I know it could be a gas explosion, but the damage caused just seems to be quite extensive to be caused by a single faulty furnace. Stuff has just been going BOOM a lot recently


If you look at the explosion from the ammunition bunker last month and compare it to this one in the neighborhood they look eerily similar. Watch the video around 17 seconds in when the helicopter fly's over the area, I am not an explosives expert at all but man do these two events look similar.

Watch the first few seconds of this video and compare it to this picture. I just want to know others opinions
I feel like I must be seeing things.



Now compare that footage to this picture. Does anyone else see the similarities?


It looks like you could plug a few houses around the October munitions explosion and have the same image and blast affect.

What do you guys think? Am I just seeing something that isn;t there? I admit that is a possibility
edit on 13-11-2012 by SyntheticPerception because: (no reason given)

Good comparison. Now look at the video posted by OkieDokie immediately below yours to get an idea of why the explosion resembles far more the results of high explosive shown in the helicoptor shots in yours video, than it does a home gas explosion as shown in several shots at the end of the OkieDokie video.

There is more to the story.

I still prefer the gas explosion story but the evidence for that to be true is not stacking up like it should.

Keep on poking those ashes.
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posted on Nov, 13 2012 @ 05:10 PM
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Originally posted by magma

Originally posted by bottleslingguy

Originally posted by TKDRL
reply to post by bottleslingguy
 


Why would a hotwater heater or furnace be in the garage with a house that has a basement? Is that common practice in IN?


I think a better question would be WAS there a gas appliance in the garage?


I think a better question is: Can a domestic heater furnace in a house like the one destroyed , actually accumulate enough energy to then explode and completely decimate the house and another next to it, damage a heap of houses around it and send out a pressure wave that feels like an EQ for 15 miles?


a boiler sure could but I was thinking more in the lines of a gas line to an appliance filling up the space inside the garage and then igniting



posted on Nov, 13 2012 @ 05:13 PM
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Originally posted by OkieDokie
Here is a good video where the guy compares known gas explosions to the debris field we are seeing in the Indianapolis explosion. He also walks through exactly where the furnace should be located in the home and compares it to the pattern we are currently seeing.



Also of note is the ex-husband John Shirley runs an IT business that works with the State of Indiana and Fortune 500 Companies.

~OkieDokie
edit on 13-11-2012 by OkieDokie because: (no reason given)


Thanks for posting something with shots of gas exploded homes.

The shots of homes destroyed by gas explosions are at toward the end of the video.

Here is the hammer. They look nothing like what we see at the site of the explosion in Indianapolis.

The burn pattern, the much smaller debris, and the spread of the blast by far resemble the results of high explosive (or some equally powerful directed force [e.g. like Magma's 'plasma weapon']).

See SyntheticPerception's video above to see an explosion site that DOES resemble the one in Indianapolis - I have reposted that post on this page.

Comparing the results of an explosion with high explosives with those by gas explosions in homes makes things much clearer. The Indianapolis site does not resemble a home gas explosion. Not as we have seen them before.

To my mind at least the aerial shots are now documented and damning evidence against the gas explosion story.

Excellent investigating skills SyntheticPerception and OkieDokie. Well done.


What we need now is an argument using photo and video evidence undermining that photo and video evidence above (i.e. showing the reverse, that the Indianapolis explosion does resemble a site of an explosion from gas rather than high explosive). I can't see anyone coming up with that.
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posted on Nov, 13 2012 @ 05:15 PM
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Let me add a few things to this, I live In Shreveport, Louisiana and we all felt the "bunker" cough cough blast, we are thirty miles from the bunker and seven miles from Texas. Texas felt it as did Arkansas. Hundreds of people watched a light in the sky stream across the sky from Gilmer, Texas, then people in Tyler, Texas saw it, then people in Longview, here in Shreveport, Dixie Inn is close to Minden and they saw they saw the light and said it started its decent toward the ground then they heard the boom. No mention of the light in the sky in the official report lol. Our facebook pages kept quoting, "it looked like the biggest, slowest shooting star I have ever seen" here is the kicker, that night after it happened, there was a meteor tracking website that posted tracking it's path and also had google map pins on where the meteor/object hit. This site changed it's story hours later and said it made a mistake, wtf? Some people were saying missile as the object was moving very very slow. I have no idea, but regarding Louisiana, everyone here knows what blew up came from the object that screamed across the sky that night. I don't think meteors fly that slow, I'm not an expert. I believe when a meteor impacts, its the shockwave of vibrations on the ground that shakes houses and the houses that are least stable, collapse off their foundation. That would explain why some houses are fine, and it was like the blast jumped/skipped over those houses and damaged the ones behind it lol. you can't throw a curveball wall with a gas blast. makes no sense whatsoever. From I have read, it doesn't take a meteor more than half a foot traveling at mach speed plus to send that kind of reverberation and shock to an area. Missile or meteor???? IMO has to be one or other......



posted on Nov, 13 2012 @ 05:19 PM
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Also, each of the blasts here in Louisiana, Indianapolis, and Russia felt the blast from 15 to 50 miles away. I think this is very significant. The blast in Russia was also blamed on ammo explosion.



posted on Nov, 13 2012 @ 05:24 PM
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Here is a rundown from my friends facebook page the night of the "Bunker Blast" he has a radio/tv show here. Very interesting........

Tim Fletcher
October 16 near Shreveport
Okay... what the heck really happened? Had calls on the show describing "yellow lights streaking across the sky... like the longest, slowest shooting star i've ever seen." Plus, house shaking in Dixie Inn with pink and green lights visible. Jay from Dirtfoot described their house shaking so much they thought someone/something was in the attic or roof. favorite? our caller from Haughton---doors started rattling--dude was inside the house, in his underwear... grabbed his (unloaded) pistol and headed outside. Ready to pistol whip some alien butt!!
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Ronnie Peterson Would the Government tell you the truth if it was a UFO crash? Ammunition bunker explosion is a great cover.
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