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FIRE INSIDE USS MIAMI NUCLEAR SUBMARINE NOW

 
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This is not good.
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There have been several injured firefighters now and ofcourse there is no danger that fire will effect in nuclear reactor... told by army...

Here some data what kind of submarine uss miami is:

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Uss Miami is now in naval dockyard in portshmouth and here is article and picture about fire...it is really not good. Fire still going on:

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Authorities say USS Miami was not carrying nuclear missiles and that reactor was undamaged in fire at naval shipyard.
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Thread: BREAKING: Fire reported on nuclear submarine in Maine( update)


old news, how'd this get pinned?

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If the fire is still going then the pin is justified.
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Russians did it...
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Maybe this is payback for our HAARP attack on the Kursk.
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Russians did it...
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When our people work in US submarines????

It is stupid yankee only: "eport indicates fire started in torpedo room while welding, ran up the framebays into berthing, then further up the frames into the Combat Systems Electionic Space."
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This must be another false flag.

We have them all figured out.
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Isn't it wierd that nuclear "accidents" keep happening? First the Gulf Oil Spill was rumoured to be nuclear in nature. Then the Fuku-bullshit reactor. Now a nuclear sub is on fire. Watch how they say that it can't be put out and it ends up spewing nuclear shit for months or years.

Interestingly enough, this comes on the heels of Romney pulling way ahead of Obama in Florida. Coincidence? I don't think so.
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Russians did it...
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When our people work in US submarines????

It is stupid yankee only: "eport indicates fire started in torpedo room while welding, ran up the framebays into berthing, then further up the frames into the Combat Systems Electionic Space."
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Really? A welding fire? Those fucking subs are made completely of steel. There isn't anything to catch fire. So exactly what, I ask, was there to spread this fire?
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HUGE thread on this already for HOURS Opie.

Thread: BREAKING: Fire reported on nuclear submarine in Maine( update)


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Isn't it wierd that nuclear "accidents" keep happening? First the Gulf Oil Spill was rumoured to be nuclear in nature. Then the Fuku-bullshit reactor. Now a nuclear sub is on fire. Watch how they say that it can't be put out and it ends up spewing nuclear shit for months or years.

Interestingly enough, this comes on the heels of Romney pulling way ahead of Obama in Florida. Coincidence? I don't think so.
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iamwith

have you ever heard of the "risk society" ? The risks of such catastrophes raise exponentially and proportional to the spread of the human race. we sooner or later end in a catastophe. That's it, and it has nothing to do with some conspiracy shit.
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Isn't it wierd that nuclear "accidents" keep happening? First the Gulf Oil Spill was rumoured to be nuclear in nature. Then the Fuku-bullshit reactor. Now a nuclear sub is on fire. Watch how they say that it can't be put out and it ends up spewing nuclear shit for months or years.

Interestingly enough, this comes on the heels of Romney pulling way ahead of Obama in Florida. Coincidence? I don't think so.
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iamwith

have you ever heard of the "risk society" ? The risks of such catastrophes raise exponentially and proportional to the spread of the human race. we sooner or later end in a catastophe. That's it, and it has nothing to do with some conspiracy shit.
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Whatever, you fucking moron. Go spew your shit somewhere else. Keep your eyes closed like the sheep that you are and maybe it will all go away. The only risk to society is the risk that the jewish cabal poses. I seriously doubt that you even know what the term exponential means, asshole.
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This must be another false flag.

We have them all figured out.
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I have a feeling that someone wants to put radioactive materials into the atmosphere for some unknown reason. Too many coincidences and too many nuclear "accidents."
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Really? A welding fire? Those fucking subs are made completely of steel. There isn't anything to catch fire. So exactly what, I ask, was there to spread this fire?
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Really. Welding work. Berthing not steel, as I know. Combat Systems Electionic Space -made main from plastic.

Hull submarines is steel, but inside many plastic and other fire material.
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Russians did it...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16535507


When our people work in US submarines????

It is stupid yankee only: "eport indicates fire started in torpedo room while welding, ran up the framebays into berthing, then further up the frames into the Combat Systems Electionic Space."
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Really? A welding fire? Those fucking subs are made completely of steel. There isn't anything to catch fire. So exactly what, I ask, was there to spread this fire?
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Also paper, cardboard, wood, clothing, toweling, etc etc etc.....


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Really? A welding fire? Those fucking subs are made completely of steel. There isn't anything to catch fire. So exactly what, I ask, was there to spread this fire?
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Really. Welding work. Berthing not steel, as I know. Combat Systems Electionic Space -made main from plastic.

Hull submarines is steel, but inside many plastic and other fire material.
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Whatever sheep. I have welded on several occasions and have never worried about starting a fire on a piece of plastic. The only things that can readily start a fire are dried out vegetation, combustibles like fuels or solvents that are uncovered, etc. This story smells like bullshit to me.
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Russians did it...
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When our people work in US submarines????

It is stupid yankee only: "eport indicates fire started in torpedo room while welding, ran up the framebays into berthing, then further up the frames into the Combat Systems Electionic Space."
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16267115


Really? A welding fire? Those fucking subs are made completely of steel. There isn't anything to catch fire. So exactly what, I ask, was there to spread this fire?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 15143984


Also paper, cardboard, wood, clothing, toweling, etc etc etc.....


Mishka xx
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Yea, I'm sure that there's paper, cardboard, clothing, etc. all over the floor of this sub. Fucking idiot. This is a submarine not your filthy, dirty-ass house. These ships are made with flame-retardant materials to prevent things like this from happening retard.
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Russians did it...
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When our people work in US submarines????

It is stupid yankee only: "eport indicates fire started in torpedo room while welding, ran up the framebays into berthing, then further up the frames into the Combat Systems Electionic Space."
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16267115


Really? A welding fire? Those fucking subs are made completely of steel. There isn't anything to catch fire. So exactly what, I ask, was there to spread this fire?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 15143984


Also paper, cardboard, wood, clothing, toweling, etc etc etc.....


Mishka xx
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dont forget thos ass pirates throw all there used condoms and bucket loads of LUBE down any vacant space so the captain wont get mad!
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Whatever sheep. I have welded on several occasions and have never worried about starting a fire on a piece of plastic. The only things that can readily start a fire are dried out vegetation, combustibles like fuels or solvents that are uncovered, etc. This story smells like bullshit to me.
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And i and say that stupid yankee... so after firebals hit berthing this berthing is fire. As I see you not know, that berthing can fire. After it more firabals hit electronic compartnent. Where in Combat Systems Electionic Space firebals hits firing materials like paper or other. In fire start in it room. After it poor training crew can not stop fire in compartment. Fire extending in other fire materials. And plastic also. So plastic good fire. After it crew evacuert from first compartment, but fire extended in all boat.
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When our people work in US submarines????

It is stupid yankee only: "eport indicates fire started in torpedo room while welding, ran up the framebays into berthing, then further up the frames into the Combat Systems Electionic Space."
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16267115


Really? A welding fire? Those fucking subs are made completely of steel. There isn't anything to catch fire. So exactly what, I ask, was there to spread this fire?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 15143984


Also paper, cardboard, wood, clothing, toweling, etc etc etc.....


Mishka xx
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Yea, I'm sure that there's paper, cardboard, clothing, etc. all over the floor of this sub. Fucking idiot. This is a submarine not your filthy, dirty-ass house. These ships are made with flame-retardant materials to prevent things like this from happening retard.
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Plastics are a big one.
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Really? A welding fire? Those fucking subs are made completely of steel. There isn't anything to catch fire. So exactly what, I ask, was there to spread this fire?
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Really. Welding work. Berthing not steel, as I know. Combat Systems Electionic Space -made main from plastic.

Hull submarines is steel, but inside many plastic and other fire material.
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Whatever sheep. I have welded on several occasions and have never worried about starting a fire on a piece of plastic. The only things that can readily start a fire are dried out vegetation, combustibles like fuels or solvents that are uncovered, etc. This story smells like bullshit to me.
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The welding supplies themselves can sustain fires. If an OXY acetelene rig gets its hoses cut, it is virtually impossible to put that fire out, you have to shut off the valves or let it run out of oxygen and fuel. In a cramped space the operator is going to evac before doing this. too much smoke. by the time the firefighters get there the whole situation is too hot to handle, so they gotta do the total loss options. drown it, foam it. And the people saying this was the russians are wrong. It was the canadians.
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Really? A welding fire? Those fucking subs are made completely of steel. There isn't anything to catch fire. So exactly what, I ask, was there to spread this fire?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 15143984


Really. Welding work. Berthing not steel, as I know. Combat Systems Electionic Space -made main from plastic.

Hull submarines is steel, but inside many plastic and other fire material.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16267115


Whatever sheep. I have welded on several occasions and have never worried about starting a fire on a piece of plastic. The only things that can readily start a fire are dried out vegetation, combustibles like fuels or solvents that are uncovered, etc. This story smells like bullshit to me.
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The welding supplies themselves can sustain fires. If an OXY acetelene rig gets its hoses cut, it is virtually impossible to put that fire out, you have to shut off the valves or let it run out of oxygen and fuel. In a cramped space the operator is going to evac before doing this. too much smoke. by the time the firefighters get there the whole situation is too hot to handle, so they gotta do the total loss options. drown it, foam it. And the people saying this was the russians are wrong. It was the canadians.
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Shut the fuck up, moron. The welding fire is obviously a cover story. Now be a good little shill and go find a nice bathroom stall to fuck yourself in.
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shut up cuntboy
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Really? A welding fire? Those fucking subs are made completely of steel. There isn't anything to catch fire. So exactly what, I ask, was there to spread this fire?
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Really. Welding work. Berthing not steel, as I know. Combat Systems Electionic Space -made main from plastic.

Hull submarines is steel, but inside many plastic and other fire material.
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Do you even know what the word berthing means? It means to permanently dock a ship as with an anchor. As far as I know, anchors are made of either steel or iron neither of which catch fire.
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Do you even know what the word berthing means? It means to permanently dock a ship as with an anchor. As far as I know, anchors are made of either steel or iron neither of which catch fire.
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Do you even know what the word berthing means?
Russian analog this in translit from russian is "koika". Place where member crew sleep during night.
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Shut the fuck up, moron. The welding fire is obviously a cover story. Now be a good little shill and go find a nice bathroom stall to fuck yourself in.
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Why would you support the canadians? they are the ones who did this. There are many ways to weld. you might be thinking of stick welding (electrical arc). Now adays there are lots of fuel based approaches. MIG/TIG. Plasma and OXY torches. Grinding wheels create lots of sparks. Job sites bring lots of combustables with them. trashbags burn like paper. paper lunch bags burn like paper. Oily paper towels used to clean surfaces and discarded about 'till the clean up time. I'll bet they find headgear from an canukistani involved as well. This is a cramped space with very high tempature tools being used. and as soon as there is a fire, the worker is going to run. I have literally caught DIRT on fire before. Because it was not an enclosed space I just stomped it out. The worker here ran.
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yeah the welding story is an obvious cover, there are so many QA protocols and procedures to do anything on a sub, let alone hot works. more likely chinese induction weapons test
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Do you even know what the word berthing means? It means to permanently dock a ship as with an anchor. As far as I know, anchors are made of either steel or iron neither of which catch fire.
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Do you even know what the word berthing means?
Russian analog this in translit from russian is "koika". Place where member crew sleep during night.
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That is not what the word berthing means. The term you are looking for is sleeping quarters. The mattresses, blankets, pillows, and sheets are called bedding. Those items are all made from flame retardant materials. They are not the same as the ones in your house. All items aboard a sub must be of the highest flame retardant nature in order to prevent fires. Obviously the welding story is a cover story because it is easily believable but under closer scrutiny, the story falls apart.

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