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Military probes mystery blast in Arctic

Posted on Sunday, 10 August, 2008 | Comment icon 18 comments


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"The Canadian military is sending a long-range Aurora aircraft to investigate reports of a mysterious explosion along Canada's Northwest Passage that may have killed several whales."

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Comment icon #9 Posted by MasterPo on 11 August, 2008, 13:12
This article is BS. The "Aurora" is a super-top secret plane, even more so than the stealth program. The U.S. gov has never admitted to it so how can Canadian "officials" make a statement about sending it somewhere?!
Comment icon #10 Posted by Sag!ttarius on 11 August, 2008, 13:18
Aurora turboprop CP-140 More here...
Comment icon #11 Posted by eqgumby on 11 August, 2008, 17:23
The whales are at war. I TOLD you they weren't so peaceful!
Comment icon #12 Posted by MasterPo on 11 August, 2008, 17:26
Aurora turboprop CP-140 Thank you.
Comment icon #13 Posted by eqgumby on 11 August, 2008, 17:27
This article is BS. The "Aurora" is a super-top secret plane, even more so than the stealth program. The U.S. gov has never admitted to it so how can Canadian "officials" make a statement about sending it somewhere?! Its' a P-3 airframe with a niftier electronics suite. I think you're thinking of the Aurora project, which is speculative anyway.
Comment icon #14 Posted by :PsYKoTiC:BeHAvIoR: on 11 August, 2008, 17:51
Maybe an underground volcano? But, would it produce black smoke if it's located in the ocean floor?
Comment icon #15 Posted by jbondo on 12 August, 2008, 13:57
Sounds like it may have something to do with the diamond mining. Yellowknife is a prime mining location.
Comment icon #16 Posted by BaneSilvermoon on 14 August, 2008, 7:59
Maybe an underground volcano? But, would it produce black smoke if it's located in the ocean floor? Wouldn't a volcano be noticed by seismic sensors?
Comment icon #17 Posted by Purplos on 14 August, 2008, 15:12
Due to a horrible clerical error, a marine biologist strapped a small torpedo to an orca whale instead of the critter cam he thought he was using.
Comment icon #18 Posted by nohands on 30 August, 2008, 14:35
wheeeew this aircraft is great if their pilot is a good ESP user also...hehe it is not invulnerable to psychic attack of the russian.


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