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#2 Post by Andy F » Mon Nov 19, 2018 9:13 pm

On those fires & melted wheel rims and engine blocks, I got to thinking, using Science, Metallurgy, Laser technology and theorizing about fires where wheels and engine blocks melted into rivulets on the ground. I'm wondering why Firemen & Fire Captains don't question more, they're who learn this stuff way better than I have.
Reminded myself to revisit Chemistry...to revisit how Thermite is made using Aluminum and Iron. Once lit, by fire or other forms of heat, like a Laser, it catches fire incredibly quickly and Thermite burns at 1800 degrees Fahrenheit, or higher. :x (edited out LOL, hit wrong face)

Thermite, is used in July 4th sparklers: "The fuel in thermite is the metal aluminum. When thermite burns, the aluminum atoms bond with oxygen atoms to form aluminum oxide, releasing a lot of heat and light in the process. As another example, hand-held sparklers use aluminum, magnesium, or iron as the fuel."

"Magnesium powder burns extremely well and reaches temperatures of 2500°C. However, attempts to extinguish such a magnesium fire with conventional water (e.g. from a garden hose) only make it worse: the flame grows astronomically and the whole thing gets even hotter. Why is this?"

Welding is done at high temperatures - "Cast aluminum–magnesium–scandium (Al–Mg–Sc) alloy is used in this study to carryout the possibilities of various welding techniques. In this study, Bead-on-plate welds were made on cast Al–Mg–Sc alloy using both tungsten inert gas (TIG) and friction stir (FS) welding processes."

Melted Wheels? - "In the automotive industry, alloy wheels are wheels that are made from an alloy of aluminium or magnesium."

December 1982 Aluminum wheels melts at ~600-620 degrees F: http://www.alfed.org.uk/files/Fact%20sh ... d-fire.pdf

I think they know the fire causing chemistry of Thermite, Magnesium & Aluminum Fuel. I could have given all links. However, if you search the "sentences" quoted, they're easily found on reputable sites.
Accuracy of Lasers are incredibly accurate and a tiny Laser Beam can be focused to burn off only the layer of blackish green ink which colors the iris on the eyeballs of George Washington on the US 1 Dollar bill, smaller than pinpoint accuracy without leaving any burn marks or any residue on the linen paper money.
How do I know? I know because I did that, under a microscope using either a Yag or Ruby Laser microscopic laser beam. Those laser machines are used on Hybrid Microcircuits to trim a printed Ohmic Resistor to change the Resistance value to get a designated Voltage or Current value while the circuit is powered on.
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#4 Post by Andy F » Tue Nov 20, 2018 10:52 am

iceagefarmer wrote:
Tue Nov 20, 2018 12:12 am
Youtube video
I had not seen that video. It pretty much confirms what I'd learned & written above post.
Last I heard, over 1,000 people has disappeared :evil:
This is a silent war. Technology is way more advanced than what is told to public, likely 50 years. Those DEW weapons, if they're on land they are also in the air.
I worked on the Star Wars program and is not a mystery.
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#5 Post by Andy F » Wed Nov 21, 2018 2:55 am

🔥🔥🔥Who Set the World on Fire?🔥🔥🔥


Who did it? It was the richest who stood to benefit through Disaster Capitalism.
Their greed means they do not care about peoples' lives.
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#6 Post by Andy F » Sat Dec 22, 2018 4:22 pm

Chemtrails Planet has the most complete documentation on the fires worldwide, and also the technology info on DEW.
I concur.
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#7 Post by Andy F » Sat Dec 29, 2018 7:47 pm

1 min - December 28, 2018 - Dramatic video shows electrical explosions in La.
(28 Dec 2018) A video shared to social media shows the dramatic moment of multiple electrical explosions in Kenner, Louisiana.
You tell me what you see?
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#8 Post by Andy F » Sun Dec 30, 2018 11:21 am

Nov 14 2018 The Woolsey Fire in Southern California sparked a panic last week after flames encroached on the site of one of America’s worst nuclear meltdowns, the Santa Susana Field Laboratory (SSFL) in Simi Valley.

The fire—one of three tearing through California—erupted last Thursday and has consumed more than 96,000 acres in Los Angeles and Ventura counties, claiming the lives of two people in Malibu. It was first reported at an intersection on SSFL property according to state fire protection agency Cal Fire and local TV station KTLA 5, and is now 47 percent contained. The site was once America’s sandbox for experimental aeronautics, weapons, and energy production—and the epicenter of a 1959 partial nuclear meltdown that was kept hidden from the public for decades. NBC called it “LA’s nuclear secret” in a 2015 investigative report.

California’s Department of Toxic Substances Control, which oversees cleanup of the former nuclear site, told Motherboard in an email on Tuesday that contaminated facilities “were not affected by the fire.” The agency said that measurements from SSFL and the surrounding community “showed no radiation levels above background levels, and no elevated levels of hazardous compounds other than those normally present after a wildfire.”

The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health found “no discernible” level of radiation in the area it tested.

But nuclear watchdog group Physicians for Social Responsibility disagrees, warning that noxious and radioactive matter likely spewed from the contaminated ground and into the air.

A “witch’s brew” of pollution—mercury, chromium-6, lead, and radioactive waste—is contained within the soil there, Dan Hirsch told Motherboard on Tuesday over the phone. Hirsch was director of the Environmental and Nuclear Policy Program at UC Santa Cruz and now leads the nuclear policy nonprofit Committee to Bridge the Gap, and worries about the Woolsey Fire’s potential release of these contaminants.

In a Tuesday statement, NASA confirmed “significant fire damage” across its portion of the site, which is jointly managed by the space agency as well as Boeing and the Department of Energy, but doesn’t foresee risks related to contamination. “Fire agencies responding to the site have determined the fire did not present any risks other than those normally present in a wildfire situation,” the agency said.
Hirsch described the zones managed by NASA and Boeing as being riddled with “exotic rocket fuels” from engine and component testing that lasted from the the Apollo era to the Space Shuttle era.

The portion of the site managed by the Department of Energy contains much of the radioactive contamination, Hirsch added, as this was the former site of the partial nuclear meltdown. The Department of Energy reported that its areas were not affected by the fire in a Tuesday statement.

“I would be concerned about the fire possibly causing radioactive contamination in the soil and plants to be lofted into the air and drift even farther away from the site, affecting even more people downwind,” Stephen Schwartz, nonresident senior fellow at the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, told Motherboard in an email. “It would not be difficult to monitor the smoke to assess the degree of danger.”

“The source and location of the fire is under investigation by Cal Fire,” a spokesperson for Boeing told Motherboard in an email. “It may have originated on or near Boeing’s Santa Susana site.”

Whether the point of ignition was within the boundaries of SSFL is still being investigated, a spokesperson for the Los Angeles County Fire Department told Motherboard on Tuesday over the phone.

Only moments before Cal Fire reported that the Woolsey Fire began, a “disturbance” triggered an outage of the Chatsworth substation belonging to the electric utility Southern California Edison. State regulators are now probing the possibility that the Woolsey Fire is connected to Southern California Edison infrastructure. The company said in a statement that it will “fully cooperate,” but there has been “no determination of origin or cause.”

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What Happened At The Santa Susana Nuclear Site During The Woolsey Fire?

by Elina Shatkin in News on November 13, 2018 5:45 PM https://laist.com/2018/11/13/santa_susa ... y_fire.php
April 6, 1961: "A small nuclear reactor designed to produce auxiliary power for space vehicles has achieved critically (sustained chain reaction) at the field test laboratory of Atomics International, Canoga Park." (Valley Times Collection/Los Angeles Public Library Collection)

Additional reporting by Jacob Margolis.

The Woolsey Fire, now one of the largest recorded fires in L.A. County's history, has burned a good portion of the former Santa Susana Field Lab, which was once home to several nuclear reactor and the site of numerous rocket tests. The site is still riddled with radioactive waste and other toxic compounds.

Many of our audience members want to know if there's a risk of those hazardous materials being spread by the fire. You've reached out to ask us...

"The fire burned the contaminated Santa Susana Field Laboratory, a former nuclear testing site. Who is making sure that air is not toxic?"
"Did the radioactive waste at #rocketdyne burn and what is the status of chemicals at the facility"
"Is Santa Susana safe?"

Here's what we know. Public health officials say they found "no evidence of discernible radiation" in areas they tested. Still, experts who have studied the site say there are many unanswered questions.
"The heaviest component of the Sodium Reactor Experiment, a 75-ton loading face shield, is lowered to fit snugly into top of nuclear reactor at the Santa Susana Field Lab. It was built by Canoga Park's Atomics International, division of North American Aviation, Inc." Circa 1957. (Valley Times Collection/Los Angeles Public Library Collection)

What Is Santa Susana And Why Should You Care?

The Santa Susana Field Lab was a research facility on a 2,850-acre site in the hills above the San Fernando and Simi valleys. Built in 1947, it was used to test experimental rocket systems and was home to 10 nuclear reactors. In July 1959, one of those reactors suffered a partial meltdown. Workers tried to repair it. When they couldn't, they were ordered to open the reactor's large door, releasing radiation into the air. It likely spread to nearby communities such as Simi Valley, Chatsworth and Canoga Park.

Six weeks after the meltdown, the Atomic Energy Commission issued a statement saying that there had been a minor "fuel element failure" but there had been "no release of radioactive materials" into the environment. That wasn't true.

In 2017, reporter Joel Grover of NBC4, our media partner, documented all of this in "L.A.'s Nuclear Secret," an eight-part series exposing the reactor incident and subsequent cover-up.

NASA and aerospace company Rocketdyne continued to use the Santa Susana facility for thousands of rocket tests through 1990. Those activities also released all sorts of toxic chemicals into the air and deposited them into the groundwater, the surface water and the soil.
May 10, 1956: "Fission housing lowered into place. Container to house core, or component in which nuclear fission takes place to produce 20,000 kilowatts of heat, is lowered into position at Sodium Reactor Experiment site in Santa Susana Mountains near Canoga Park. Reactor is part of program to develop commercial power from atomic energy." (Valley Times Collection/Los Angeles Public Library Collection)

What's Up With Santa Susana Now?
Boeing bought most of the site in 1996 and soon closed the Santa Susana Field Laboratory. The company says it's turning the area into an "open space habitat" although the site is still a toxic mess.

A 2012 EPA report didn't paint a pretty picture. Approximately one out of every seven samples contained "concentrations of radioactive materials exceeding background levels." More than 80% of these were man-made radionuclides. This echoed a 1989 Department of Energy report that found there were contaminants in both the soil and the plants.

"The soil, groundwater and surface water that's in the center are all heavily contaminated," says Dan Hirsch, who retired last year as the director of UC Santa Cruz's program on environmental and nuclear policy. He's also the president of Committee to Bridge the Gap, a nonprofit nuclear policy organization.

He says Santa Susana has maybe 100 different toxic chemicals in the soil. They include "a mix of radioactive materials like plutonium, strontium-90 and cesium-137 and a witch's brew of toxic chemicals such as PCBs, dioxins, heavy metals like mercury and chromium-6 and volatile organic compounds like PCE."

According to Cal Fire, the Woolsey Fire started on the afternoon of Thursday, Nov. 8 at E Street and Alfa Road, on the Santa Susana site. Two minutes before the fire was reported, the Chatsworth electric substation, which is also on the Santa Susana site, experienced a disturbance. Whether those two things are connected, we don't know.

What Happens To Radioactive Waste When There's A Fire?

During a fire, there are two primary ways contaminants in the soil can get into the air.

Plants and brush suck up pollutants from the soil. When vegetation burns, it releases those contaminants into the air.
Some pollutants also exist in the soil in solid form, as small particles. When the soil heats up, these solids become gases or they vaporize. It's like putting a pot of boiling water on a stove; when the liquid gets hot enough, it turns to steam.

Something like the Woolsey Fire could potentially release substantial amounts of that contamination, according to Hirsch, and those airborne particles will travel as far as the smoke goes. Approximately half a million people live within ten miles of Santa Susana.

Dr. Jonathan Samet, the dean of the Colorado School of Public Health, has a more optimistic outlook. He says, "Yes, some materials would likely have been disseminated. The good news is that anything that might be in the smoke is going to be distributed across a very wide area."

That means it'll be tough to tell if we're going to see higher cancer rates since so many people will have been exposed.

What Do Officials Say About The Risk?
On Friday, Nov. 9, at 1:30 a.m., only 11 hours after the fire began, California's Department of Toxic Substances Control issued a statement that said, in part:

"Our scientists and toxicologists have reviewed information about the fire's location and do not believe the fire has caused any releases of hazardous materials that would pose a risk to people exposed to the smoke."

Tuesday, Nov. 13, at around noon, the DTSC issued an update that said:

"Our staff were able to access the site Saturday morning and assess damage caused by the fire. We confirmed that the SSFL facilities that previously handled radioactive and hazardous materials were not affected by the fire.

Over the weekend our multi-agency team took measurements of radiation and hazardous compounds, both on the site and in the surrounding community. The results from this initial round of testing showed no radiation levels above background levels, and no elevated levels of hazardous compounds other than those normally present after a wildfire."

DTSC officials did not respond to our requests for details about how they reached their conclusions.


We asked DTSC what kind of measurements they took, when and where they took these measurements and what equipment they used. We asked DTSC what data they gathered and if they would share that data.

They haven't answered those questions.

On Tuesday afternoon, we received an email from Russ Edmondson, a spokesperson for the DTSC, that said:

"The update that we sent is the information that we have at this time. We will post another update on our website (under "latest news") when we have more information.

Hirsch has serious doubts about DTSC's methodology and transparency, calling the agency's statements "public relations pablum."

"The [DTSC] has a horrid history of essentially being a captured regulatory agency, captured by the polluters it's supposed to regulate," Hirsch says.

On Tuesday, the L.A. County Department of Public Health said it had conducted its own tests at the request of Supervisor Kathryn Barger and found "no discernible level of radiation in the tested area."

The department said it used radiation detection units, performed nuclide identification and collected air samples. It also said tests performed by several other agencies, including the California National Guard and the Department of Energy, resulted in similar findings.

I'm just going to say this, in these corporations their primary goal is profits and escape of responsibility. In Texas' 58 SuperFund sites, fire was not an option but flooding sure was, the NEXRAD & WSAC towers have already been proven to have caused Hurricane Harvey as being the most recent example. Flooding the sites obfuscated which corporation had done what land/waterway contamination. Not even covering "Disaster Capitalization". Some already know that the WSAC towers cannot put rain in California. Although the Hawaii WSAC towers provided what the "news" called the "Pineapple Express" which was total BUNK, it all came off of the island of Hawaii from WSAC towers on the island and caused the Oroville Dam to fail & flood. What most people have no idea, Oroville was once a massive working GOLD mine in the original California Gold Rush, and directly behind the dam is the old mine. What you have there, is a GIANT Gold Sluice Box, just waiting for the easy pickings afterwards. I will stop there, or this would be 20 pages long. Anyone who has any knowledge of gold sluices would see it plainly.

In studying documents like Rockefeller's Scenarios for the Future, knowing that these people plan 100 years in advance, which is stated publicly. What people don't know, they plan well over 200-300 years in advance, to capitalize on whatever they can.

What flooding can't do, fire will. After you figure out what "OBFUSCATION" is, then the article's quotations of statements given by various officials then you'll surely recognize their blatant obfuscations to continue to cloud the truth to prevent having to take responsibility. They also know that to continually lie, that like all other events, after a short time people will forget about it. So all they have to do is lie every time the subjects come up. This is psychology used. IF people knew, that corporations have already been given a Psychiatric Diagnosis of "Psychopathic" than you'd see what I see, we're dealing with PSYCHOPATHS WHO DO NOT CARE, AS LONG AS THEY GET WHAT THEY WANT. They want to be released from all charges and psychopaths lie for that reason.
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#10 Post by Andy F » Sun Dec 30, 2018 12:02 pm

I put the documentary in the thread GSM Documentaries.
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