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Indego, is that what occurred with the other recent xplosions that took out houses and they didn't know what or why they occurred?
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It would surprise me very much if that location had gas lines. Looks rural. We had no gas lines where I grew up.
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This was a cross-country transmission line.
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What company is claiming it?
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Again ... Exactly if it were a pipeline it would have been a much more publicized event. But since it's a natural occurence it is getting minamal coverage. Also the manner in which it is conbusting at is more volcanic in it's appearance then man made.

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Indego, what do you mean "natural occurence" . . . the reports are that it is a natural gas pipeline. Not sure what you mean.
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And what do the reports say about the booms that have been noted nationally. ... Exactly , what reports.
Fact is regardless of what they call it it happened and has the natural potential to happen again .
Come to your own conclusion and be aware that either way it did happen and has the possibility to happen again.
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Just posted to you before you posted this . . .

I see now what you're getting at . . . about fireballs coming up through the ground. I believe people need to pay attention to this. The gas pipeline concerns are real, for sure, but this theory just adds another layer of fear and concern for Americans.
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And my point is ... Should we continue to cater to the weak minded and fearful. Should we continue to accept this water down version of current Evers as if we were children. I think not. The fact is there is a reason for concern there has been a constant increase of volatile quakes and an in reported amount of gas booms popping through out the country. Yet the reports of gas booms are seldom reported or noted. To think that the "official" story would be anything but fabricated nonsense with no relevence would be naive and deluded.
Of course they don't want to alarm the masses but if you don't alert them properly they are doomed . So be aware do your own research and formulate your own conclusions. If we the people have learned anything it's that if there is eminent danger the government would lie chest and even kill to keep the masses from knowing.
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Thread: Massive explosion in Sissonville WV.

already a whole topic about it with video moran!!

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Ok 1st off this was a gas line explosion . not a natural gas eruption . now if you look at Sissonville Wv, area on Google Earth you would see that there is a gas line in that area 38°30'10.61"N 81°38'41.00"W and before you think you know what the hell your talking about i am a firefighter in this area. goawaydumbass
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1, a gas line explosion

2. a natural gas eruption

Yep, two different things.

I am surprised though, your clarification should be marked similar to those that misspeil as being a Term-Nazi.

How are we every going to keep people from being dumbed down with such Term-Nazis running around?

(sarcasm intended)

Otherwise, your clarification is quite valid and needful, to those who wish to no longer be Dumbed Down by "voices" in their inter-nets.
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The constant mining and drilling weakens the surface allowing gasses to erupt through with less resistance. And it's in a heavily mined area dictating that gas lines wouldn't even be lain in the location so gas line theory is bunk ... Thus far (not to say that it's not going to be written off as that)

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Indego,

Ok I went back and re-read your first post . . . so you're saying you believe this could be a "fireball" explosion up through the surface.

I didn't get that from your post when I read it first, because I was focused on the part about the correlation to powerliness and combustibility.

Yikes. If your theory is true, that is troubling!
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troubling is one way to put it.
I've done a post on what may be the actual cause of this and other booms nationwide.
This however is the first of the gas booms that has combusted.
How many more have already and have
T been reported or even how many more are going to?
The answer is in the waiting.
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I live not far from the eruption. In my opinion, the OP's theory is plausible. The is just TOO much safety built into gas lines for them to just go boom.
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It would surprise me very much if that location had gas lines. Looks rural. We had no gas lines where I grew up.
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This was a cross-country transmission line.
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What company is claiming it?
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Excellent question.
If this was a "gasline" and it erupted then what company is responsible.
In incidents such as spills eruptions or whatever the owner of the land or company responsible is publicly announced. Yet in all the reports I've read on this they have Not mentioned a company name.
Suspicious.
Facts again are available but it takes logic reason and understanding
To be patient enough to find locate and decifer the Info.
Find them where you do but find them to know or be fooled like the rest.
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Indego, is that what occurred with the other recent xplosions that took out houses and they didn't know what or why they occurred?
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I would say for sure considering I started documenting my findings after the Indiana explosion which has been a mystery. But possible . Again with the increased volitile seismic activity ...that would be a possible scenario for the eruption / explosions that have been happening.
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I live not far from the eruption. In my opinion, the OP's theory is plausible. The is just TOO much safety built into gas lines for them to just go boom.
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Thank you.
My point exactly if this was a man made pipe exploding it would have more damage with all the safety features that are involved in laying pipe. And the eruption wouldn't have been so large with automated shut off valves. The size and intensity if this eruption indicates a nutural occurrence
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It would surprise me very much if that location had gas lines. Looks rural. We had no gas lines where I grew up.
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Dude, I literally live less than a mile from where this happened. There's gas lines all over this place and I mean everywhere! Hell I gre up riding 4 wheelers on a lot of around here. There's as much natural gas as there is coal around here..
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I live not far from the eruption. In my opinion, the OP's theory is plausible. The is just TOO much safety built into gas lines for them to just go boom.
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Thank you.
My point exactly if this was a man made pipe exploding it would have more damage with all the safety features that are involved in laying pipe. And the eruption wouldn't have been so large with automated shut off valves. The size and intensity if this eruption indicates a nutural occurrence
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Oh come on.. If you lived not far from here like I do then you'd remember the gas explosion back in 2002! That bitch burned for hours before they got it turned off n i saw that with my own two eyes..

Not sayin your theory isn't possible, but...
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It would surprise me very much if that location had gas lines. Looks rural. We had no gas lines where I grew up.
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I'm orginally from Charleston...there is a lot of gas in the area
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I'll just say this.. I'm less than a hlaf mile from where this happened and there is two, which I'm assuming they're connected big gas pipelines on both sides of the interstate.. One goes up the hill on one side and the other is across route 21 going up the hill there... Thses lines no doubt are connected and they run east n west..
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I live not far from the eruption. In my opinion, the OP's theory is plausible. The is just TOO much safety built into gas lines for them to just go boom.
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Thank you.
My point exactly if this was a man made pipe exploding it would have more damage with all the safety features that are involved in laying pipe. And the eruption wouldn't have been so large with automated shut off valves. The size and intensity if this eruption indicates a nutural occurrence
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Oh come on.. If you lived not far from here like I do then you'd remember the gas explosion back in 2002! That bitch burned for hours before they got it turned off n i saw that with my own two eyes..

Not sayin your theory isn't possible, but...
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Agreed.

One other important factoid, there is a difference between transmission lines and storage lines. Transmission lines are the larger lines, and are equiped with safety devices. At the same time, many of the storage lines are OVER 75 years old.

They are made of cast iron, and can be very corroded and fragile. They are also usually abondon lines from abandon wells. These lines do NOT have the same safety protocols as transmission lines, but can contain LARGE quantities of gas.

With the current supply and demand of natural gas, in conjunction with natural market volitility of natural gas, these storage lines are used quite a bit.

I'm not discounting a small EQ that broke a line, or whatnot...but being from that area, it's hard for me not to imagine some crazy redneck saying "...yeah, gonna build me a still, get me some fresh water from that spring in that-there holler...gonna just bury some of this ol pvc wif my ol' John Deere....Regulators will never know! shit yeah, whoohooo!".....BOOOOOM!
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I'll just say this.. I'm less than a hlaf mile from where this happened and there is two, which I'm assuming they're connected big gas pipelines on both sides of the interstate.. One goes up the hill on one side and the other is across route 21 going up the hill there... Thses lines no doubt are connected and they run east n west..
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My bad then, guess it's not a storage line.

My qualifer: I used to work for Columbia Gas
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Gas pipeline inferno levels homes in W. Virginia — “Burned so hot it actually melted a highway” — Possibility of secondary explosion (VIDEO)

GOOD VIDEO
[link to enenews.com]
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The explosion of a NiSource Inc. (NI) 20-inch transmission line completely destroyed five homes and severely damaged others in Kanawha County, about 15 miles north of state capital Charleston, said County Manager Jennifer Sayre. The pipeline has been shut off, allowing emergency crews to approach the scene for further investigation, Ms. Sayre said.

[link to online.wsj.com]

There's your company.
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I'll just say this.. I'm less than a hlaf mile from where this happened and there is two, which I'm assuming they're connected big gas pipelines on both sides of the interstate.. One goes up the hill on one side and the other is across route 21 going up the hill there... Thses lines no doubt are connected and they run east n west..
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My bad then, guess it's not a storage line.

My qualifer: I used to work for Columbia Gas
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I don't care where you used to work.. I'm just telling ya these are major ACTIVE lines. You know, the kinds with up to date warning signs sayin there's a gas line there and on both sides at that which to me says they're connected. They run east to west, or vice versa of each other. I even thought maybe a small earthquake, n the OP's theory could be correct, BUT there is a mafor pipeline that IS most definitly there. I'm tellin ya, I've been driving every back road around here trying to get home from Charleston because the entire damn interstate is closed coming onto 77 N outta Charleston. I was at work, but my niece and sister n law was at my house with my young boy and they said the house shook, n they had thought a plane had crashed. My niece thought the house on top of the hill was on fire cause the interstate is right behind it where it happened. They thought it sounded like a jet engine that kept on roaring. Many local including my parents thought a big plane crashed.. I know the roaring sound is consistent with the gas line that blew up back in 02. I was about 500 yards away and it was probably 400 foot high easy, but that location is a good 15 20 miles southwest from where this happened.
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There are valid points being made., but the point is it happened and it's not he first of strange theoretically explained away incidents. We must be aware by now . Look into the days news the escalation of violence has increased the magnitudes of quakes have increased the civil unrest has increased... In the past seven days there have been seven quakes if seven on the rector scale... Think about it the earths intensity is rising the climax is eminent .
Notice the rapid climate change globally look at the freeze line and how it's in regions traditionally far below the freeze .
Again not to alarm you but be aware something is happening and to deny it is to your own demise.
Be aware. And question there reports as. They are known to lie and deceive
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[link to www.google.com]

Don't know if this image is going to show up right but this was a pipeline rupture close to me.
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My thoughts are it is likely sabotage/terrorism. Here is a recent reminder:

[link to www.texassharon.com]

or this:


[link to www.theblaze.com]

Multiple gas line explosions at various locations around the US in the past few weeks? That is my logical conclusion.

I bet the authorities further up the food chain know that this is going on and don't want to alarm the sheeple. The sheeple are left to draw their own conclusions. You'll never hear the word terrorist again with this administration. Someone might have to admit we (the US) likely still have a 'T' problem and that would be bad politically.

I bet this type of thing has been going on across the country for years now. Each time it happens the authorities are likely "roswelling" it away.
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Well just let it be known.. There is a major gas line that runs through there, that is a fact. I can't tell you how it happened, hell i don't know.. However the line IS there where the interstate is burnt up and where the houses burned are both beside the interstate and route 21 where the line goes up the hill from there. There maybe more to it I don't know, but it was a gas line that blew up what caused it i havent a clue...
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I'll just say this.. I'm less than a hlaf mile from where this happened and there is two, which I'm assuming they're connected big gas pipelines on both sides of the interstate.. One goes up the hill on one side and the other is across route 21 going up the hill there... Thses lines no doubt are connected and they run east n west..
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My bad then, guess it's not a storage line.

My qualifer: I used to work for Columbia Gas
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I don't care where you used to work.. I'm just telling ya these are major ACTIVE lines. You know, the kinds with up to date warning signs sayin there's a gas line there and on both sides at that which to me says they're connected. They run east to west, or vice versa of each other. I even thought maybe a small earthquake, n the OP's theory could be correct, BUT there is a mafor pipeline that IS most definitly there. I'm tellin ya, I've been driving every back road around here trying to get home from Charleston because the entire damn interstate is closed coming onto 77 N outta Charleston. I was at work, but my niece and sister n law was at my house with my young boy and they said the house shook, n they had thought a plane had crashed. My niece thought the house on top of the hill was on fire cause the interstate is right behind it where it happened. They thought it sounded like a jet engine that kept on roaring. Many local including my parents thought a big plane crashed.. I know the roaring sound is consistent with the gas line that blew up back in 02. I was about 500 yards away and it was probably 400 foot high easy, but that location is a good 15 20 miles southwest from where this happened.
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So let's get this clear what your saying is you are currently on o in the site of the incident. And the reports your giving is that a loud noise preceded the flame?
That sounds interesting.
Reason being is that there has been postings of booms going on al over the states . These are a result of seismic pressure or natural gasses escaping or venting . It's happened through out the region. The relevance of this is these booms may also be potentially combustable gasses with results similar to the west Virginia incident.
The questions aren't weather it was or there was a gas line or power line but more so what cause the eruption that caused the explosion... They manner of the blaze wasn't that of a gasoline flame it was spurring up like it was coming from a pipe. But more as if a cloud of gas combusted.
The cloud convicting would cause the same damage
And I wouldn't be surprised if the gas lines have shut down well before the eruption took place.
Basically call it what you want but keep posting on what's actually going on and pics vids are helpful in verifying statements as I'm working off data and streams ... But if your present do some research.
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I'll just say this.. I'm less than a hlaf mile from where this happened and there is two, which I'm assuming they're connected big gas pipelines on both sides of the interstate.. One goes up the hill on one side and the other is across route 21 going up the hill there... Thses lines no doubt are connected and they run east n west..
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My bad then, guess it's not a storage line.

My qualifer: I used to work for Columbia Gas
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I don't care where you used to work.. I'm just telling ya these are major ACTIVE lines. You know, the kinds with up to date warning signs sayin there's a gas line there and on both sides at that which to me says they're connected. They run east to west, or vice versa of each other. I even thought maybe a small earthquake, n the OP's theory could be correct, BUT there is a mafor pipeline that IS most definitly there. I'm tellin ya, I've been driving every back road around here trying to get home from Charleston because the entire damn interstate is closed coming onto 77 N outta Charleston. I was at work, but my niece and sister n law was at my house with my young boy and they said the house shook, n they had thought a plane had crashed. My niece thought the house on top of the hill was on fire cause the interstate is right behind it where it happened. They thought it sounded like a jet engine that kept on roaring. Many local including my parents thought a big plane crashed.. I know the roaring sound is consistent with the gas line that blew up back in 02. I was about 500 yards away and it was probably 400 foot high easy, but that location is a good 15 20 miles southwest from where this happened.
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So let's get this clear what your saying is you are currently on o in the site of the incident. And the reports your giving is that a loud noise preceded the flame?
That sounds interesting.
Reason being is that there has been postings of booms going on al over the states . These are a result of seismic pressure or natural gasses escaping or venting . It's happened through out the region. The relevance of this is these booms may also be potentially combustable gasses with results similar to the west Virginia incident.
The questions aren't weather it was or there was a gas line or power line but more so what cause the eruption that caused the explosion... They manner of the blaze wasn't that of a gasoline flame it was spurring up like it was coming from a pipe. But more as if a cloud of gas combusted.
The cloud convicting would cause the same damage
And I wouldn't be surprised if the gas lines have shut down well before the eruption took place.
Basically call it what you want but keep posting on what's actually going on and pics vids are helpful in verifying statements as I'm working off data and streams ... But if your present do some research.
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Are you under the impression that this was a gasoline fire?
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It was a gas line and not magna, get ur facts right. Please
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I'll just say this.. I'm less than a hlaf mile from where this happened and there is two, which I'm assuming they're connected big gas pipelines on both sides of the interstate.. One goes up the hill on one side and the other is across route 21 going up the hill there... Thses lines no doubt are connected and they run east n west..
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My bad then, guess it's not a storage line.

My qualifer: I used to work for Columbia Gas
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I don't care where you used to work.. I'm just telling ya these are major ACTIVE lines. You know, the kinds with up to date warning signs sayin there's a gas line there and on both sides at that which to me says they're connected. They run east to west, or vice versa of each other. I even thought maybe a small earthquake, n the OP's theory could be correct, BUT there is a mafor pipeline that IS most definitly there. I'm tellin ya, I've been driving every back road around here trying to get home from Charleston because the entire damn interstate is closed coming onto 77 N outta Charleston. I was at work, but my niece and sister n law was at my house with my young boy and they said the house shook, n they had thought a plane had crashed. My niece thought the house on top of the hill was on fire cause the interstate is right behind it where it happened. They thought it sounded like a jet engine that kept on roaring. Many local including my parents thought a big plane crashed.. I know the roaring sound is consistent with the gas line that blew up back in 02. I was about 500 yards away and it was probably 400 foot high easy, but that location is a good 15 20 miles southwest from where this happened.
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I don't care about your luck, maybe a GPS might get you home. Really how hard is it, R21 to Mclane to Poca? Let me guess, you're originally from Ohio.

Explains the driving skill
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Let's clarify this in that it was a natural gas line that ruptured. It's not uncommen for these lines to rupture and never ignite. Then if there is ignition there could be a secondary boom it the ignition is delayed enough.
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It would surprise me very much if that location had gas lines. Looks rural. We had no gas lines where I grew up.
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Dude, I literally live less than a mile from where this happened. There's gas lines all over this place and I mean everywhere! Hell I gre up riding 4 wheelers on a lot of around here. There's as much natural gas as there is coal around here..
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bullshit
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Amazing no one was killed. Gas lines under the homes of humans never did seem to me like a really intelligent thing to do. Now we are seeing why.

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