posted on May, 14 2013 @ 04:16 AM
Ok, first of all, I have studied the explosion on the video, and I find no evidence what so ever that the detonation was of a thermonuclear type.
Apart from the fact that the blast did not propegate in a manner I would associate with a nuke explosion ,the blast wave would have overwhelmed the
cameramans position scant seconds after the blast, if I have correctly assessed his proximity to the blast point.
More likely the blast could be attributed to the detonation of a large scale thermobaric bomb, or possibly a fire cooking off a large fuel or
Second of all, the blurb underneath the video makes some statements which are not supported by any form of proof.
The accusations of Israel causing Tsunami with nukes in various places, lanching nukes toward, where was it, Bali or somewhere... This is
demonstrably utter nonsense of the highest order. Further to that, and proving the staggering ignorance of the person who wrote it, they claim that
electromagnetic pulse effects do not occur as a result of nuclear explosions, when the science behind thier existence is pretty widely studied, and
has itself been the subject of various experimental weapons projects designed to create EMP shocks, sans the massive radiological and explosive
In summary, the video is not a recording of a nuke strike, the person who wrote the article attached to the video is a know nothing moron with all
the wit of a stunned goose, and theres nothing else for me to say except to clarify one point. The article writer makes some pretty shocking claims
about Israel. One could misinterpret from my response, that in disagreeing with the articles content, I am some how pro-Israel. While I have no issue
what so ever with the people of Israel, or Jews, I do have a problem with Israels policies on its behavior toward Palestine, its treatment of Gazans,
its disrespect for the UN, its inability to remain within its borders, and its insistence on being excused the inexcusable, just because it is
surrounded by nations which seek to harm it.
However, BS article is none the less BS.