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BREAKING: Event ‘consistent with an explosion’ near last known location of missing sub – Argentine navy

 
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BREAKING: Event ‘consistent with an explosion’ near last known location of missing sub – Argentine navy
An unusual sound detected around the time that an Argentine navy submarine sent its last signal before going missing last week was "consistent with an explosion," according to a navy spokesperson. It occurred near the last known location of a missing submarine carrying 44 people.

It comes as a dozen countries conduct a search and rescue mission for the ARA San Juan, which disappeared on November 15. It was believed that those on board could still be alive, but running out of oxygen.


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Re: BREAKING: Event ‘consistent with an explosion’ near last known location of missing sub – Argentine navy
Could be the sub was slowly filling with water, and it finally reached the batteries.

I'm pretty sure lead acid batteries can go kaboom if a bank that large is submerged.
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When salt water hits them it creates hydrogen cyanide not good
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Re: BREAKING: Event ‘consistent with an explosion’ near last known location of missing sub – Argentine navy
they did make a point on the news to say a "non nuclear" explosion


which i found just a little odd
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How have they not found this sub yet
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Missing planes and submarines?! Even NASA couldnt help- how does this happen in 2017?
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Re: BREAKING: Event ‘consistent with an explosion’ near last known location of missing sub – Argentine navy
BREAKING: Sound detected hours after last contact with Argentine submarine is 'consistent with an explosion,' Navy says

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Nuclear watchdog CTBTO confirms it detected an "underwater impulsive event," believed to be a non-nuclear explosion, near site of last contact with Argentine submarine
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Missing planes and submarines?! Even NASA couldnt help- how does this happen in 2017?
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Submarines are kinda designed to be hard to find.

Any technology that would transmit a real time indication of their position back to base would kinda defeat the purpose of building a boat that's impossible to track.

The ocean is REALLY fucking big, and the sub could have moved hundreds of miles from it's last reported position.

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Re: BREAKING: Event ‘consistent with an explosion’ near last known location of missing sub – Argentine navy
they did make a point on the news to say a "non nuclear" explosion


which i found just a little odd
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No, most people thinks subs are nuclear powered or carry nuclear weapons. This is a diesel boat and Argentina does not have nukes, as far is published.
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Good point. That’s crazy...
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Re: BREAKING: Event ‘consistent with an explosion’ near last known location of missing sub – Argentine navy
I'm guessing either battery bank exploding or sub going below crush depth and imploding. hf
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Re: BREAKING: Event ‘consistent with an explosion’ near last known location of missing sub – Argentine navy
they did make a point on the news to say a "non nuclear" explosion


which i found just a little odd
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Because the system that detected the event was designed to detect nuclear explosions.
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Re: BREAKING: Event ‘consistent with an explosion’ near last known location of missing sub – Argentine navy
An unusual sound detected around the time that an Argentine navy submarine sent its last signal before going missing last week was "consistent with an explosion," according to a navy spokesperson. It occurred near the last known location of a missing submarine carrying 44 people.

It comes as a dozen countries conduct a search and rescue mission for the ARA San Juan, which disappeared on November 15. It was believed that those on board could still be alive, but running out of oxygen.


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Did this happen in the Gulf of Mexico. And was there a French sub nearby?
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Re: BREAKING: Event ‘consistent with an explosion’ near last known location of missing sub – Argentine navy
An unusual sound detected around the time that an Argentine navy submarine sent its last signal before going missing last week was "consistent with an explosion," according to a navy spokesperson. It occurred near the last known location of a missing submarine carrying 44 people.

It comes as a dozen countries conduct a search and rescue mission for the ARA San Juan, which disappeared on November 15. It was believed that those on board could still be alive, but running out of oxygen.


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Did this happen in the Gulf of Mexico. And was there a French sub nearby?
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Re: BREAKING: Event ‘consistent with an explosion’ near last known location of missing sub – Argentine navy
An unusual sound detected around the time that an Argentine navy submarine sent its last signal before going missing last week was "consistent with an explosion," according to a navy spokesperson. It occurred near the last known location of a missing submarine carrying 44 people.

It comes as a dozen countries conduct a search and rescue mission for the ARA San Juan, which disappeared on November 15. It was believed that those on board could still be alive, but running out of oxygen.


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 Quoting: me777


Did this happen in the Gulf of Mexico. And was there a French sub nearby?
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Dont you think it odd that 3 navys were "urgently" looking for it, Argentine, US and UK, enemys in 1982.
That sub went rouge, and threatened to sink British ships around the falklands. I wounder who sank it, UK prob.
Will never be told for at least 50 years if not longer.
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Re: BREAKING: Event ‘consistent with an explosion’ near last known location of missing sub – Argentine navy
I'm guessing either battery bank exploding or sub going below crush depth and imploding. hf
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I read somewhere that the sub last position was at a depth of 250 ft. I don't think that's crush depth.
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Re: BREAKING: Event ‘consistent with an explosion’ near last known location of missing sub – Argentine navy
The Falklands dejavu?
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Re: BREAKING: Event ‘consistent with an explosion’ near last known location of missing sub – Argentine navy
I'm guessing either battery bank exploding or sub going below crush depth and imploding. hf
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I read somewhere that the sub last position was at a depth of 250 ft. I don't think that's crush depth.
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yea. but if they had problems they could have sank to crush depth. hf
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Re: BREAKING: Event ‘consistent with an explosion’ near last known location of missing sub – Argentine navy
I'm guessing either battery bank exploding or sub going below crush depth and imploding. hf
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I read somewhere that the sub last position was at a depth of 250 ft. I don't think that's crush depth.
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yea. but if they had problems they could have sank to crush depth. hf
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The Brits did it you moron
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Re: BREAKING: Event ‘consistent with an explosion’ near last known location of missing sub – Argentine navy
Torpedo malfunction?
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Re: BREAKING: Event ‘consistent with an explosion’ near last known location of missing sub – Argentine navy
What are the odds for survival this far into this incident?
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Re: BREAKING: Event ‘consistent with an explosion’ near last known location of missing sub – Argentine navy
Is it possible that this was a torpedo fired in a desperate attempt to give their location to the search and rescue teams ? Can they even be launched from the sea bed ?.
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Re: BREAKING: Event ‘consistent with an explosion’ near last known location of missing sub – Argentine navy
Who cares?! What on earth is Argentina doing with a sub? Obviously they fail at that toooo.FFS??5a
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Re: BREAKING: Event ‘consistent with an explosion’ near last known location of missing sub – Argentine navy
Just like the “missing” MH-17 flight? Maybe, as Don Lemon suggested, it went on a black hole?

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Re: BREAKING: Event ‘consistent with an explosion’ near last known location of missing sub – Argentine navy
a British depth charge. Last act of the Falklands War.
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Torpedo malfunction?
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The golden u boat comes to mimd
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Re: BREAKING: Event ‘consistent with an explosion’ near last known location of missing sub – Argentine navy
Missing planes and submarines?! Even NASA couldnt help- how does this happen in 2017?
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Only when you know that they released the Sum of All Fears on the same day as they delivered the plane 404 aka MH370 to Malaysia Airlines does the answer to your question become apparent

Didn't the same media state 'Clear and present danger' title to Trump the other day?
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Re: BREAKING: Event ‘consistent with an explosion’ near last known location of missing sub – Argentine navy
there was a thread posted here about the day this sub went missing.
It was a picture of a US Sub that had returned from a mission and was flying the skull and bones flag on it's return to port.
Perhaps this is what the mission was.
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Re: BREAKING: Event ‘consistent with an explosion’ near last known location of missing sub – Argentine navy
My Bad, Was Sept 14th

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Re: BREAKING: Event ‘consistent with an explosion’ near last known location of missing sub – Argentine navy
Argentina has had a submarine...

cruiser
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Corrected it for you.





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