Conflicting Stories About the Louisiana Mystery Explosion

(Update at end of post, Oct 19, 2012)

This is the 1st story I got from this:

http://www.kltv.com/story/19829543/authorities-investigate-loud-boom

WEBSTER PARISH, LA (KSLA) – Webster Parish Sheriff Gary Sexton tells us they “definitely had something happen” in Webster Parish Monday night.  Sheriff Sexton confirms all of the explosion manufacturing facilities and natural gas facilities in Webster Parish have been ruled out as the source.

Sheriff Sexton adds that there is a “possibility that a meteor did hit the ground” in the area, but deputies have not pinpointed an exact location.  He does suspect it happened in a secluded area between Minden and Dixie Inn.

Sheriff Sexton said, first thing Tuesday morning, he will dispatch helicopters in the air to look for any damage.

Then the “bomb recycling” story (now the international cover story) :

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2218898/Massive-explosion-military-compound-shatters-windows-5-miles-away.html?ito=feeds-newsxml

A massive explosion at a north Louisiana military compound Tuesday  lit up the sky and shook the ground so hard that for a brief moment nearby residents believed a meteorite had hit.

Webster Parish officials confirmed there had been a ‘contained’ explosion at Louisiana National Guard training site Camp Minden.

The explosion was was so forceful that it shook a five-mile area, shattering windows and rattling houses.

There’s this one that USED to describe the event at the bunker:

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2012/10/16/mystery-explosion-shatters-windows-lights-sky-in-louisiana/

The Associated Press reported that at least 10 explosions rocked the bomb recycling plant in northwestern Louisiana, forcing the evacuation of at least 600 students from two schools and more than 400 prisoners from the Webster Parish jail.

It doesn’t say that any more, but now there’s an editor’s note:

Due to an editing error, a previous version of this story incorporated information from a wire service report about a similar explosion that occurred several years earlier. The incident on Monday, which occurred at night, did not impact the Webster Parish Schools, or the students of the schools.

Here’s one that combines a green-glow and sparks with the munitions bunker story:

http://www.examiner.com/article/loud-ball-of-fire-explodes-louisiana

“Felt the boom at 11:30 but also were driving west on I20 in Shreveport at 10:30 when my husband and I both saw a greenish glow streaking rather low and shakily across the sky with sparks behind it. Angle was from the NW. Couldn’t estimate distance,” wrote Laura Kester Moehring on KTBS Facebook.

The National Weather Service reports,“Webster Parish Explosion caused by Explosion of Old Munitions at Camp Minden last night.”

And the totally confusing 3D radar image, where it could be a thing or it could be a blast plume:

http://www.accuweather.com/en/weather-blogs/weathermatrix/3d-radar-of-mystery-object-that-hit-louisiana/307712

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Occam’s Razor says that it was a meteorite, but I’m sure the conspiracy theories will abound today.

National Weather Service:

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I get an even mix of the bunker and meteor stories now.

What happened? Remember the 1st  story “ruled out” munitions bunkers. I think the bunker story is the default go-to story for Louisiana mystery explosions, and the Fox News had to retract the version that was already used. The cover-up began before anyone knew there wasn’t anything to cover up. Probably there WAS a meteor (or something in the sky) but the news-fuckers immediately went ahead with the bunker story assuming that a cover-up was necessary.

Trust No One.
Harm None.
No Fear.

UPDATE: Consolidation of cover stories from:

http://www.examiner.com/article/la-sinkhole-methane-caused-minden-explosions-is-possibility-physicists-say

At least ten powerful explosions Monday night at Camp Minden after a meteor shower have raised many questions, including whether Louisiana’s sinkhole area aquifer explosive-level methane could have traveled north where hit by a meteorite causing the blasts, a possibility according to a physicist and an astrophysicist interviewed by Deborah Dupré Friday. Heavier meteor showers are predicted this weekend.

“If there is enough methane in the air, just about anything (like a rock hitting another rock, causing a spark) could ignite explosions,” physicist Steve Knudsen said in an email Friday

Scientists Warn Geo-Engineering Can Kill Billions of People===MORPHcity

Scientists Warn Geo-Engineering Can Kill Billions of People

http://www.morphcity.com/home/121-scientists-warn-geo-engineering-can-kill-billions-of-people

By Cassandra Anderson
October 2, 2012

Geo-engineering is an umbrella term for deliberate climate intervention that includes spraying the sky with aerosols to reflect solar radiation away from Earth in order to cool the planet and to save the environment and humanity from the effects of supposedly man-made global warming. There is evidence that this program has already been implemented for many years using unidentified chemical aerosols, known as chemtrails.

A geo-engineering/ chemtrails experiment using a balloon to spray sulfur particles into the sky to reflect solar radiation back into space is planned for New Mexico within a year by scientist David Keith. Keith manages a multimillion dollar research fund for Bill Gates. Gates has also gathered a team of scientist lobbyists that have been asking governments for hand-outs to for their climate manipulation experiments with taxpayer money.

Geo-engineering is touted as a last-ditch effort to save people and the planet from global warming. But the truth is that geo-engineering can alter rain cycles leading to droughts and famine that could result in billions of deaths!

Therefore, Bill Gates appears to be using his concern over global warming to cloak his real intent of controlling weather and/or depopulation.

Mount Pinatubo Model for Geo-Engineering Drought, Famine & Death

The Mount Pinatubo volcano in the Philippines erupted in 1991, spewing 22 million tons of sulfur dioxide (SO2) into the upper atmosphere/stratosphere. A 2008 study from Rutgers University based a model on Mount Pinatubo sulfur dioxide (SO2) emissions and applied it to geo-engineering; the scientists said that they expected overall global cooling, but some regions would experience an increase in greenhouse gases and warming, as was recorded after Pinatubo erupted.

Based on the SO2 volcanic model, the scientists reported that geo-engineering aerosols sprayed in tropical or Arctic regions are likely to disrupt African and Asian/Indian summer monsoons, threatening the food and water supply for billions of people!
Additional negative consequences include ozone depletion, reduced strength of hydrological cycles resulting in decreased river flow and soil moisture.

While the scientists, led by Alan Robock, who performed the experiments appear to believe in man-made global warming, they do have stern warnings against the dangers of geo-engineering.

http://climate.envsci.rutgers.edu/pdf/GeoengineeringJGR9inPress.pdf

2012 Geo-Engineering Study

The Max Planck Institute conducted a study of geo-engineering models based on volcanoes, but the study was unrealistic because it used climate models with 400% more carbon dioxide than the pre-industrial era. However, their results showed that geo-engineering will cause a strong decrease in rainfall (a 15% loss in North America and Eurasia and a 20% decrease in South America). Overall, global rainfall would be reduced by 5%.

Unless one considers the financial benefits (government and private grants), it is bewildering why the academia would support geo-engineering.

http://www.egu.eu/home/geoengineering-could-disrupt-rainfall-patterns.html

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Bill Gates’ record as a depopulation enthusiast supports the argument that geo-engineering is a weather domination scheme that may be used as a weapon threatening the lives of billions of people.

READ ENTIRE ARTICLE AT MORPHCITY.COM

West Texas Weather Modification Association Website

If you run into someone who just won’t accept that weather control is possible, send them to this page. It’s easy to remember and the page is simple enough for most phone browsers and best of all it’s a site authored by the people manipulating the weather.