12 thoughts on “Beirut, aftermath (pictures) updated

  1. Deathray

    Didn’t see any of them dancing around going wo,wo, wo, la,la,la that day now did we?

    Somebody efed the f up big time

    Or maybe someone got tired of that stuff being used against them and said, lets resolve this problem right now.

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      1. Aussie John

        It could be bad luck certainly, especially if some Lebanese I’ve experienced are indicative of their general IQ level. But factoring in the malfeasance of the world’s most evil people, nearly within spitting distance, I am one person who won’t be surprised to hear calls of sabotage. Hey Unfuck, there are people who know less than I about chemistry, but not many, so: given that AN is supposed to be stable until excited by a high explosive – after it has been converted to the ANFO low explosive – how did this supposedly safe matter ignite/explode like that?

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      2. Unfuck U

        You’re missing the FO in the ANFO equation. I don’t think they stored the AN with the FO in the same place.
        As far as I know ANFO is being used as a “slow” explosive for moving large quantities of earth, rock or soil.
        I doubt it would generate such a shockwave. Just a couple of minutes ago I saw a short video of a thermobaric detonation which looks IDENTICAL.

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  2. Aussie John

    I may have worded that incorrectly, when distillate is mixed with AN, that creates the low explosive ANFO (open knowledge). It is always mixed up on the jobsite, so the massive quantities used in Australian mining are safe to transport. What I was asking is what you answered: other forces and bad guys had to be at work, those who care less about the innocents affected by their undeclared warfare.

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    1. Unfuck U

      Maybe so. Another explanation for that whiteish detonation bubble / shockwave may very likely also be a high content of vaporized seawater since that detonation took place right at the waterline.

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      1. Aussie John

        Given that any knowledge of explosives I (don’t) have comes literally from free-to-air broadcasts decades ago, we agree that AN is safe for transport and storage, before it is converted from fertilizer into low explosive. So what exploded at the port, to cause that sort of destruction, and why? Most would agree that siting residential locales beside petrochemical facilities is bad town planning, that poor residents paid for with their lives.

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      2. Unfuck U

        Yes, but the topic of who lives close to where is beside the point. ANFO doesn’t explode but detonates. As to what could cause AN alone to detonate: heat.
        Remember the “explosion” of the fertilizer factory 2013 in Waco TX?

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    1. Unfuck U

      Thanks! Yeah that amount surely makes some big bang – as it did. Hey, this morning I saw the first obvious fake regarding This matter. That guy was telling his audience that two missiles hit the storage area – as a prove he added two short vids which he color-inverted stating these were infrared 😄

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      1. Aussie John

        “…and the mayor of Hiroshima said: What the fuck was that?!” From Kevin Bloody Wilson, on Youtube etcetera. I imagine that to be most living witnesses response.

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