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A thread has been started on this.Plane has been quarantined after "passengers from Cancun flight 2057 arrived “extremely ill.”

thinking of Indiana...wonder how those people who fell ill,are doing

jericho's a comin folks,get ready.
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Can you post a link to the thread...cant find it anywhere..
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guess what, unknown again. they don't know what it is, again.
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That had to be a bomb. Something very sinister looking at the pics.
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A thread has been started on this.Plane has been quarantined after "passengers from Cancun flight 2057 arrived “extremely ill.”

thinking of Indiana...wonder how those people who fell ill,are doing

jericho's a comin folks,get ready.
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Can you post a link to the thread...cant find it anywhere..
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guess what, unknown again. they don't know what it is, again.
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Thanks so much...

this unknown cause is really starting to get a bit OTT....if they have all become sick suddenly on the same flight it is most likely a chemical of some kind, contaminated food...or a deliberate biological contamination...there are not many illnesses that cause sickness that quickly..
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has anyone got out there to take radiation measurements yet.
Im just curious
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Thread: Remember the "Gas Explosion" in Indianapolis the other day? Well look at this 911 call log from that day
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just getting here, need to catch up, but have you all seen THIS yet??!!

NTSB finds no evidence of gas-line leak in south side explosion

[link to www.fox59.com]
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Dr. Judy Woods?
Energy Weapons in Indiana??
--to blow off an emerging methane bubble? Center of explosion was not in house per say, but around and above as only thing remaining were walls at bottom. Strange noises before and glows, just like 9/11.


my responses in blue

It seems like some facts have been buried.

From what I've read:

EMS was activated five minutes prior to the explosion. (i have not heard this)

People heard strange whining noises in the sky and saw falling debris.(i have heard reports of this, did not hear/see for myself, but we DO have a lot of planes flying over constantly so it may not have stood out)

People 40 miles away felt/heard the explosion. yes, i think even that night there was report from 70 mi away

Reports of people at the site are mixed, with some people (the chaplain) having mixed stories; appearing randomly after having never shown up. (from radio transcripts). i remember the missing chaplain, felt bad for the family of the deceased that was waiting at the school for him

DHS people talking about strange debris piles. yeah, they started getting weird on the scanner and started being non-specific i.e. "i'm on ... the street you said" etc and then it seems they mostly switched channels

People put on buses and sent away. they rounded up the rest of the neighborhood in INDY GO (the local pub trans) buses almost immed and took them to the elementary school - seemed liked they thought the rest of the neighborhood might go

Firefighter/ex-marine shot at point blank. (Unrelated?)this happened 2-3 hrs prior to the explosion, pretty sure it's unrelated

Several people also mentioned lack of gas lines in the area. this was debunked within 2 or 3 posts by the orig poster that posted it yet keeps coming up, orig info concerning no gas lines was from an old realty site - it is a gas heat/cooking neighborhood after all

The story about the house for sale/cat/insurance fraud seems like a really convenient coverup. It will be easy to conduct a fake investigation and make it seem like the real deal. The size of the explosion doesn't coincide with the shockwave/distance. i think the ground zero homeowners doing something shady is starting to seem the most likely explanation actually

The drone story sounds like it could be disinformation too. Is there a crater or anything to indicate a drone crash/missile impact? Comparison to other drone strikes? this actually still has some feasibility, dont know about impact and all of that however

Anything else I'm missing? there is some chatter about an amtrak station and fema...

a lot of unconscious people and difficulty breathing type calls over the scanner following the incident

and of course, the weird bat picture! [link to widgets.wishtv.com]
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Who lived there...


Abu and Mo? ..lol
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Indiana is directly in line between Wash DC and Denver, just pointing out , brainstorming a bit
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utterly destroyed richmond hill

Richmond Hill = Rich Man Hill?
Rich = $$$?
$$$ = capital?

or
Rich Mond (mond suffix means "of the world")
Money of the World Pyramid = which = US Dollar

or the Rich's Man Hill could mean the Pyramid System(illuminati)?

recent headline that "al-Qaeda" want to destroy the Great Pyramid ?

In order to get from Wash DC/(old nwo sytem) to Denver/(NWO#2 HQ) Capital you MUST pass over(decease,die,kill,destroy) the Rich Man Hill.

Dudes this could be a coded message by the elites to get the hell out of dodge NOW

It is very possible that there was no other reason but to warn other "fellow craft workers"
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I had two friends who came to me yesterday and telling me that they were at a party(this is in Peoria,Illinois.) and forty people were present,loud explosions started happening but with these explosions flashes of light,they said these explosions seem to be in the air.They drove around looking and calling other friends to see if some building may have exploded or whatever and never did find a source.Anyway these two friends are not conspiracy nuts like myself but they were really freaked out by this.Do you think this could of possibly been some type of heavenly warfare,I'm just wondering being that the sounds/explosions and flashes were coming from the air?By the way,the strange sounds map seems to have been taken down ,I find this interesting because the last entry they had had sounds coming from the sky with a blue been associated with this episode.

DIRECTED ENERGY WEAPONS
[link to www.navsea.navy.mil]

Explanation to the strange whooshing sounds, lights, and booms in Indiana, Louisiana, Alabama, and elsewhere around the world of late. Top secret project due to being the force being used to propagate the Dec. 2012 Doom scenario. Walk-in types and their subordinates are fomenting disaster under the guise of big oil exploration and energy. It is all part of a theater of field alterations specific to people and the planet. CERN, HAARP harmonics, nuke plants, and directed energy weapons will/ are colluding with DNA altering chemicals and synthetic organisms to precipitate the Great Mayan Harvest. Transhumanism and a culling of the population. Cybernetics.

Youtube page w/ tonnes of info.
[link to www.youtube.com]

Dr. Judy Wood
The 9/11 coverup.



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Thread: Nitrate Plant explosion & boom Rattles ground In North West Alabama Just now See updates
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Louisiana State Troopers released statement about bunker explosion, stating UNKNOWN SUBSTANCE ignited by grind spark within bunker. This is methane coming up from underneath and getting ignited by things in buildings. Methane release in Indiana could have been so large it would have immediately depleted the oxygen thereby causing mass fatalities. That would not be easy to cover up.

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Methane is naturally odorless, correct?
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yes. oder is added as a safety precaution.
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Well since this whole thread was began with my post I was wondering what's up? I was simply describing what it was like and something that was told to me that instantly sounded fishy. I could be being paranoid. But that seemed awful fast and I know this person was by that school at that point. There was a second person with him I did not mention who agreed. Just seemed odd. I have heard all kinds of things from people that have seen different things. Look at all my posts. I have relayed everything that I have heard from more than one person. Some of the stuff I have heard is CRAZY!! and honestly I don't want to believe it. I don't know what happened anymore than anyone else. I just know something BIG happened. And there are no real answers as to what.

P.S. I have no idea who the Nika team is.

I am just a resident of a neighborhood very close to explosion that came across this website while looking on the internet for info.
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im new but are you saying that the person that lives near there "tooclosedamn" is full of crap? sorry i dont know the lingo "shrill" everything but have been watching this story closely since some famlily lives around there????????????????
my family has mixed feelings about what it could have been.. Confused if someone could explain this please. I'm sure I'll get some asshole answers...
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Another Indiana home explosion.

Last updated: November 14, 2012 8:08 a.m.
Explosion destroys rural home in Noble County

Firefighter Tim Tumbleson tells The News Sun that the explosion shook his house about a quarter-mile away.
Thread: .......................................ANOTHER HOUSE JUST EXPLODED IN INDIANA.............................
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owner of Indiana house speaks out.

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Great post, but my only question is if it was gas, and that's "where the gas escaped" as you mentioned in point 3, why would there not be a long string of explosions underground until the explosion reached the source? Or at least smaller explosions rather than just the one large explosion as common with gas leaks INSIDE a home? Surely, the gas wouldn't ignite and not ignite nearby gas (the gas from the line leading back to the source
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Man, now there is a good question. Someone on here is actually thinking about it.

Remember the LEL? The mixture HAS to be correct for it to burn. If there is not enough gas, no fire. Too much, same thing. As a maater of fact, we do a lot of "hot-work" in the pipeline business. We either determine an atmosphere is safe to work in by A) No gas or B) Too much gas.

Think of your car engine. I am sure you have heard of the term "flooded" right? What happens when it is flooded? You get pissed off that your car will not start because it has gotten too much gas in tha carb. Same applies to natural gas, and propane, and diesel, and on and on. If you do not have the right mixture, you will not have a fire.

This is where gas transmission and higher pressure is much safer (from an explosive standpoint) to work with. The LEL is much harder to obtain, because the gas is at too much pressure and velocity to accumulate. The biggest dangers in transmission pipelines are pig traps and tanks, where pressure is low and gas can accumulate easier. Make sense?
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So if there is too much gas, an explosion wont occur? Then how could you ever get an explosion of that magnitude? I've seen the pictures, and those of other houses. This one seems to be much more "fiery" for lack of a better adjective. The majority of other explosions I've seen just all appeared to be a result of an expansion of pressure, not really much of an explosion per se.

I understand the basics, but I still don't understand how if the explosion was as big as it was, it didn't cause at least ONE minor explosion as the fireball trailed through the gas flow as it hit a more concentrated (or less concentrated, as you said too much gas is no-reaction)pocket of gas.
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I got ya. Hard to picture. Remember the gas probably accumulated slowly, and accumulation is the key word. It would take some time for it to fill the house to a combustible mixture. So the volume would be there. And don't forget the calcs on the pressure/explosion. Doesn't take a huge amount. The "more fiery" effect you mention was probably the houses burning. Theyr burn very hot.

Also, the gas was shut off shortly by the gas company. I know that for sure, heard it on the scanner.

Look, I'm not trying to say I'm right, just that it is possible for natural gas to do this. I'm on the road right now, but when I get home, I'll try to dig up some videos similar to this. Or you can google it and find some similar events.
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Great post, but my only question is if it was gas, and that's "where the gas escaped" as you mentioned in point 3, why would there not be a long string of explosions underground until the explosion reached the source? Or at least smaller explosions rather than just the one large explosion as common with gas leaks INSIDE a home? Surely, the gas wouldn't ignite and not ignite nearby gas (the gas from the line leading back to the source
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Man, now there is a good question. Someone on here is actually thinking about it.

Remember the LEL? The mixture HAS to be correct for it to burn. If there is not enough gas, no fire. Too much, same thing. As a maater of fact, we do a lot of "hot-work" in the pipeline business. We either determine an atmosphere is safe to work in by A) No gas or B) Too much gas.

Think of your car engine. I am sure you have heard of the term "flooded" right? What happens when it is flooded? You get pissed off that your car will not start because it has gotten too much gas in tha carb. Same applies to natural gas, and propane, and diesel, and on and on. If you do not have the right mixture, you will not have a fire.

This is where gas transmission and higher pressure is much safer (from an explosive standpoint) to work with. The LEL is much harder to obtain, because the gas is at too much pressure and velocity to accumulate. The biggest dangers in transmission pipelines are pig traps and tanks, where pressure is low and gas can accumulate easier. Make sense?
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So if there is too much gas, an explosion wont occur? Then how could you ever get an explosion of that magnitude? I've seen the pictures, and those of other houses. This one seems to be much more "fiery" for lack of a better adjective. The majority of other explosions I've seen just all appeared to be a result of an expansion of pressure, not really much of an explosion per se.

I understand the basics, but I still don't understand how if the explosion was as big as it was, it didn't cause at least ONE minor explosion as the fireball trailed through the gas flow as it hit a more concentrated (or less concentrated, as you said too much gas is no-reaction)pocket of gas.
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I got ya. Hard to picture. Remember the gas probably accumulated slowly, and accumulation is the key word. It would take some time for it to fill the house to a combustible mixture. So the volume would be there. And don't forget the calcs on the pressure/explosion. Doesn't take a huge amount. The "more fiery" effect you mention was probably the houses burning. Theyr burn very hot.

Also, the gas was shut off shortly by the gas company. I know that for sure, heard it on the scanner.

Look, I'm not trying to say I'm right, just that it is possible for natural gas to do this. I'm on the road right now, but when I get home, I'll try to dig up some videos similar to this. Or you can google it and find some similar events.
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Put it this way if you do the math there are 144 sqaure inches in a sqare foot and at if you estimate the house at 3000 sqaure feet 129.6 million psi natural gas burns hotter than tnt so the pressure plus the heat honestly given the fact that i used to blow things up for a living in the army my only questions are 1) was the leak intententional and 2) how was it ingnited
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Man, now there is a good question. Someone on here is actually thinking about it.

Remember the LEL? The mixture HAS to be correct for it to burn. If there is not enough gas, no fire. Too much, same thing. As a maater of fact, we do a lot of "hot-work" in the pipeline business. We either determine an atmosphere is safe to work in by A) No gas or B) Too much gas.

Think of your car engine. I am sure you have heard of the term "flooded" right? What happens when it is flooded? You get pissed off that your car will not start because it has gotten too much gas in tha carb. Same applies to natural gas, and propane, and diesel, and on and on. If you do not have the right mixture, you will not have a fire.

This is where gas transmission and higher pressure is much safer (from an explosive standpoint) to work with. The LEL is much harder to obtain, because the gas is at too much pressure and velocity to accumulate. The biggest dangers in transmission pipelines are pig traps and tanks, where pressure is low and gas can accumulate easier. Make sense?
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So if there is too much gas, an explosion wont occur? Then how could you ever get an explosion of that magnitude? I've seen the pictures, and those of other houses. This one seems to be much more "fiery" for lack of a better adjective. The majority of other explosions I've seen just all appeared to be a result of an expansion of pressure, not really much of an explosion per se.

I understand the basics, but I still don't understand how if the explosion was as big as it was, it didn't cause at least ONE minor explosion as the fireball trailed through the gas flow as it hit a more concentrated (or less concentrated, as you said too much gas is no-reaction)pocket of gas.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21963830


I got ya. Hard to picture. Remember the gas probably accumulated slowly, and accumulation is the key word. It would take some time for it to fill the house to a combustible mixture. So the volume would be there. And don't forget the calcs on the pressure/explosion. Doesn't take a huge amount. The "more fiery" effect you mention was probably the houses burning. Theyr burn very hot.

Also, the gas was shut off shortly by the gas company. I know that for sure, heard it on the scanner.

Look, I'm not trying to say I'm right, just that it is possible for natural gas to do this. I'm on the road right now, but when I get home, I'll try to dig up some videos similar to this. Or you can google it and find some similar events.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25880779


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Man, now there is a good question. Someone on here is actually thinking about it.

Remember the LEL? The mixture HAS to be correct for it to burn. If there is not enough gas, no fire. Too much, same thing. As a maater of fact, we do a lot of "hot-work" in the pipeline business. We either determine an atmosphere is safe to work in by A) No gas or B) Too much gas.

Think of your car engine. I am sure you have heard of the term "flooded" right? What happens when it is flooded? You get pissed off that your car will not start because it has gotten too much gas in tha carb. Same applies to natural gas, and propane, and diesel, and on and on. If you do not have the right mixture, you will not have a fire.

This is where gas transmission and higher pressure is much safer (from an explosive standpoint) to work with. The LEL is much harder to obtain, because the gas is at too much pressure and velocity to accumulate. The biggest dangers in transmission pipelines are pig traps and tanks, where pressure is low and gas can accumulate easier. Make sense?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10718365


So if there is too much gas, an explosion wont occur? Then how could you ever get an explosion of that magnitude? I've seen the pictures, and those of other houses. This one seems to be much more "fiery" for lack of a better adjective. The majority of other explosions I've seen just all appeared to be a result of an expansion of pressure, not really much of an explosion per se.

I understand the basics, but I still don't understand how if the explosion was as big as it was, it didn't cause at least ONE minor explosion as the fireball trailed through the gas flow as it hit a more concentrated (or less concentrated, as you said too much gas is no-reaction)pocket of gas.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21963830


I got ya. Hard to picture. Remember the gas probably accumulated slowly, and accumulation is the key word. It would take some time for it to fill the house to a combustible mixture. So the volume would be there. And don't forget the calcs on the pressure/explosion. Doesn't take a huge amount. The "more fiery" effect you mention was probably the houses burning. Theyr burn very hot.

Also, the gas was shut off shortly by the gas company. I know that for sure, heard it on the scanner.

Look, I'm not trying to say I'm right, just that it is possible for natural gas to do this. I'm on the road right now, but when I get home, I'll try to dig up some videos similar to this. Or you can google it and find some similar events.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25880779


Put it this way if you do the math there are 144 sqaure inches in a sqare foot and at if you estimate the house at 3000 sqaure feet 129.6 million psi natural gas burns hotter than tnt so the pressure plus the heat honestly given the fact that i used to blow things up for a living in the army my only questions are 1) was the leak intententional and 2) how was it ingnited
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Same guy here. Different AC I assume.

Anyway, those are the same questions I have. As I stated before, the ignition source is what I'm having the problem with. A faulty furnace could do it, but it would have to be some really weird circumstances. I do not service furnaces for a living, so I am no expert in that field. I suspect that someone wanted that house to go BOOM.

In order for a furnace to be the ignition source (once again no expert) I would suspect that it probably was not the source of the leak. Usually when a furnace is faulty, it will shut in the flow of gas. The only way it can leak is by having a deffect shut-off valve. Incidently, this happened at my house before. We were at home and smelled before gas could accumulate, so it is possible. We had low levels of gas at various spots in the house, all up high. But if this was the case, it should have extinguished the pilot and inhibited the furnace from igniting.

If this was an accident, my guess is the leak would have had to be elsewhere in the home. Maybe the hot-water heater. Utilities are typically in the same area. Gas is lighter than air, so it accumulates up high first, then once it reaches a barrier, it is pushed down. Kind of like smoke in a house fire. The furnace could have kicked on a few times before the explosice level was reached. It could have taken a while for the furnace to fire up and volume was accumulated enough to cause major damage. Once again, just speculating.

I myself believe that this was purposefully caused. I do not know how or why. It just seems to me that things would have had to happen in a perfect sequence for this kind of explosion and resulting fire. Then again, it has happened before. I just think with the surrounding mystery of why the furnace was not fixed, residents gone, cat boarded, etc. things just seem a little fishy.

Anyway, good questions. Hope it all comes out in the wash soon.



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may i just post : a few days ago when those houses 80 homes were damaged I think 3+ only toothpicks left. 8415Fieldfare way. Anyway there was a post that was on the computer that said the Russians issued statement that 2 Hellfire missiles were fired here. That was at the time of that explosion. I just read quickly and just figured nothing would surprise me. One of the people said it was not gas because of the debris left. Out of the 80 maybe they can salvage 6-7 if that. If you ask me there is a lot of strange stuff going on.
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Just saw an article claiming the homeowners Shirley and Mark Leonard (as well as Mark's brother) have been arrested for this crime.

"Shirley and the Leonard brothers face two counts of murder as well as 33 counts of arson — one count for each of the homes damaged so badly that officials have ordered their demolition."

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What say you peeps of GLP? Another cover-up or just a case of being burried deep in debaucherous debt and this was their way out of foreclosure???
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