The Tianjin incident might have been caused by a tactical nuclear explosion equivalent to 3 to 5 kilotons of explosive.
If it is so then the system of Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons might have crashed in China.
Think about the possibility: a tactical nuclear bomb falls in ISIS’s hand.
It is definitely the Sum of All Fear. revised on 20150829
Confirmation Tianjin was Nuked○VT(2015.08.25) http://www.veteranstoday.com/2015/08/25/confirmation-tianjin-was-nuked/
Normal people are not trained in what to look at so they simply ignore the obvious. However, once you see enough explosions like this you begin to spot the artefacts in the photos real fast. Unfortunately all of these people that know this stuff usually work for the government. J ust like I did.
The big clue is in the ash produced and the exploding radiators on the cars. They show the radiation and the blast patterns the best. All melted rubber, glass, and aluminium but no melted steel? This tells you it is from radiation and not from a gasoline fire. Temps between 1500 degrees C for melting aluminium and less than 3,000 degrees C for melting steel. Everything organic ashes below 450 degrees C.
This had a plasma fireball that was over
Only a nuke can do that. The clue is in the white ash leftover from the
A. The fuel tanks did not explode.
B. The rubber tires were ashed not burned see the white powder residue around the cars.
C. The radiators are all gone; indicating Freon explosions.
D. All the glass is ashed or melted; also the the glass was blown out not in.
E. All new white cars show extreme effects from very high temperature heating. The paint is badly damaged due to a very high oxidation rate effect.
F. Silicone rubber tires ash at 500 degrees centigrade. Glass ashes at 1500 degrees centigrade. Gasoline at 250 degrees centigrade. Tires melted but no gas tank explosions; just like on 911.
G. Yellow Volkswagen Beetle cars untouched due to location indicating radiation shielding from a nearby building. Just like on 911….
H. Finally and most important is all of the nano particle sized ash on the ground everywhere. Purple haze in photo is an indication of toxic levels of the gases fluorine, chlorine and sodium.
Conclusion; The damage to the cars was produced by neutron radiation damage and not by conventional explosives or a fuel-air explosion. The distance from ground zero is too great for a standard blast to melt the glass and tires. Also the cars fuel tanks were shielded from the heat of the ignition source.
This was NOT an accident, the fracture pattern around the crater proves a to be a shallow sub ground burst. If it was a sub ground burst, then a small nuclear weapon is the biggest possibility because once a nuke has to push dirt, the blinding flash will not be seen. A slightly subsurface detonation would explain why camera sensors did not get strange artefacts. And if it was not a nuke, it was something else incredibly huge, but not a fuel air bomb because fuel air bombs will not leave craters. They also leave an oily carbide residue on everything.
A little bit more of a detailed explanation: If the blast happened at ground level, almost all of the energy would go upwards and the blast would not have made a large deep crater, especially one large enough and deep enough to make that lake. If you look to the right hand side of the lake, you can see fracture patterns in the earth, which were caused by the earth being compressed sideways and not downwards. This would only be done with a sub surface blast. After the blast, the earth bounced back towards the centre of the lake, which opened up the cracks.
That type and size of blast crater will only happen if a massive bomb goes off a few feet underground, such as a tactical nuke in a drain pipe which leaves scant few alternative options. No chemical blast did that, PERIOD. The building that is still standing in the upper right hand side of the frame is a typical example of what is left after a nuclear test, concrete buildings seldom get levelled, but they do get gutted by nuclear blasts. Just look through pictures of the soviet nuclear tests and you will see this. Bottom line? The aftermath is completely consistent with a nuclear blast.
Note the crater is about
400 feet wide as measured by comparison to the standard
shipping container sizes of 40
feet. The crater
is a complex crater with a cardioid shape indicating a very
low altitude or surface contact blast. Side ways compression of the soil indicates
some ground penetration. Penetration depth of ground is based on soil
type and burst height. Horizontal crater
size is roughly equal to (for every 100 feet, 1 Kiloton in size) see charts. This would put the blast size depending on air
burst altitude to be between 3 and 5 kilotons of explosive power.
The first blast registered 2.3 on the Richter scale and the second 2.9. Eyewitnesses described what felt like a quake. USGS geophysicist
says seismographs detect man-made explosions
in quarries all the time, but usually surface
explosions are not detected very well because most of their energy
dissipates upward into the air. The fact
is that the Tianjin explosions registered a seismographic event that had as
much energy as a small earthquake. One
can reasonably conclude that unlike a surface explosion of chemicals, this kinetic energy released underground was
caused by a powerful penetration of the surface. John Bellini