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Power Station Mystery Explosions Increasing?

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If noticed an increase in the reporting of skyflashes related to the phenomena at power stations across the world. Is this more evidence for a mystery force flashbeam emanating from the ground?

Mysterious Russia Power Station Explosion Triggers Speculation Of Martians, Nuke Bomb, Conspiracy Theories (VIDEO)

This is the latest shots from Fort Worth

What's making these sub-stations explode into blue flame? A propose a new force is on the increase..

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Are humans dying from spontaneously combustion on the increase too? Berhaps the alcohol in the blood is a key factor as well as the ignition source?

Man, 65, believed to have died from spontaneous combustion after a pile of charred remains is found and no trace of fire source or other damage

Is the blue fire the result of left spinning oxygen molecules?

10 Cases of Spontaneous Human Combustion

Wikipedia:

Another hypothesis suggests high-energy particles or gamma rays[1] coupled with susceptibilities in the potential victim (e.g., increased alcohol in the blood) trigger the initial reaction. This process may use no external oxygen to spread throughout the body, since it may not be an “oxidation-reduction” reaction. However, no reaction mechanism has been proposed.

Ball lightning, a mysterious and debated phenomenon itself, has been suggested as a possible cause of spontaneous combustion.

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Electricity

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What's making these sub-stations explode into blue flame? A propose a new force is on the increase..

And I propose you don't know what a "force" is.

The first, I have no idea, but the second is a well recorded event of a substation after its been hit by lightning. I'd say thats probably whats going on with the first one too. As for the Japanese one, its too blurry to make anything out.

No doubt though that you'll ignore all of this because its too sensible an answer.

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Of course Solar Max and associated Coronal Mass Ejections (CMEs) couldn't possibly be a logical explanation.

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Of course Solar Max and associated Coronal Mass Ejections (CMEs) couldn't possibly be a logical explanation.

How so?

Here's more:

On February 26, 1995, during a NASA sponsored mission to Peru to study red sprites and blue jets, the instrumented Westwind 2 jet aircraft encountered spectacular St. Elmo's fire from the wing pods, tail and nose while flying through a cloud at an altitude of 13.83 km (45,376 ft). The phenomenon was captured on low light level monochromatic and color television systems aboard the aircraft, and its spectrum was recorded on a low light level TV spectrograph with response from 395.0 to 750.0 nm. The cameras and spectrograph also recorded scattered intra-cloud lightning and a possible lightning discharge near, or to, the aircraft. The spectrum of St. Elmo's fire was primarily the second (2nd) positive bands of N2. The data were consistent with a population of electrons having relatively low energy (<18 eV).

The positive second bands of N2 are neutron-rich. High-energy neutrons rather than low-energy electrons?

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FYI. There could be a neutron-rich dark gravity beam creating the flash effect imv

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FYI. There could be a neutron-rich dark gravity beam creating the flash effect imv

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FYI... you have no idea what you are talking about...AT ALL. You completely ignore the Official Report from the article YOU Cite:

"The explanation of this temporarily chilling event, however, turned out to be a bit more earthly than what out-of-this-world and nuclear theorists would have everyone initially believe.

A technical malfunction at an electrical power plant in St. Petersburg was the apparent culprit. It caused a temporary blackout and no injuries were reported"

You write: "is this more evidence for a mystery force flashbeam emanating from the ground?"

The correct answer is NO... not to mention that there is absolutely NO EVIDENCE whatsoever for a "mystery force flashbeam" (whatever you think that might be, because you haven't told us)

...and as for this real charmer of totally misunderstood atmospheric phenomenon (but just misunderstood by you):

"The positive second bands of N2 are neutron-rich. High-energy neutrons rather than low-energy

electrons?" :w00t:

...Your Quote (and I must say that already your drivel is fast diminishing my will to live):

"FYI. There could be a neutron-rich dark gravity beam creating the flash effect imv"

How on Earth can you even have a view on something you steadfastly refuse to explain??

I dare not think what the response would be from Sepulchrave if he ever has the mis-fortune to read any of your posts :unsure2::cry:

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Even the Russian spiral is spinning left and the same colour hue! This is the neutron-force interacting with the right-handed air molecules.

[media=]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZhKfDAHxjjM[/media]

That's a missile launch.

This is one of the more infuriating types of threads, where someone won't listen to a single shred anyone else offers in terms of evidence, posts multiple random videos that have nothing to do with one another, and then claims there's almost certainly a connection using an utter lack of scientific understanding to back it all up.

Substations being hit by lightning. A missile spinning out of control. A "rise" in human combustion. Connected?? Only if you invent a "dark gravity beam" to explain it all away.

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There's been a lot of firework factory explosions too. Quebec was also the scene of the mystery release of the rail oil tankers which rolled down the hill to explode.

So what??? You're just listing stuff now.

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So what??? You're just listing stuff now.

Yep, that's what Boff does... Takes a whole bunch of unrelated stuff and mashes it together, and when you ask him to explain his logic, he just ignores you or pops off with other unrelated stuff. Trying to figure out Boff logic is like clapping with one hand.

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You have seriously lost the plot now, haven't you?

You have not engaged a single cell in your grey matter. Someone has seeded this false logic in your mind and now you have become an automaton of some Macchiavellian Puppet Master.

You need to break this external control, and exert your own personality and thoughts

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This is about the evidence. The firework companies had excellent safety records. There's been a string of such accidents just recently, whilst none in the past. There *is* a link...

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and whats that got to do with transformers? stick to one subject

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and whats that got to do with transformers? stick to one subject

Bloody Decepticons....

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This is about the evidence. The firework companies had excellent safety records. There's been a string of such accidents just recently, whilst none in the past. There *is* a link...

Yes, aliens in flying saucers are blowing up stuff for kicks. There can be no other rational explanation!

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There's been a lot of firework factory explosions too. Quebec was also the scene of the mystery release of the rail oil tankers which rolled down the hill to explode.

I've been seeing a lot of lightening bugs this year. Think there is a connection between the sub-stations blowing, the fire works factories exploding and the lightening bugs?

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cool vids..

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Yes, aliens in flying saucers are blowing up stuff for kicks. There can be no other rational explanation!

no, panda bears.

giant panda bears!

and they fly.

seriously, where are you going with this?

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Where do the giant lizard birds fit in with all this?

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this statement speaks volumes.

I saw my dog dreaming after our longest walk and messy bath after. It made me think that intelligence was born from our dreams

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I've been seeing a lot of lightening bugs this year. Think there is a connection between the sub-stations blowing, the fire works factories exploding and the lightening bugs?

Maybe

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