Sunday, July 17, 2011

Toxic or radioactive substances from the explosion in Cyprus? Thanks Clinton!

July 12, 2011 | Source:

What was the ammunition that exploded in Cyprus, spreading death? The Greek Weapons Control Center has its own suspicions and estimates, which refer even to toxic or radioactive substances.

“Watching the devastation of the surrounding area one can realize that the power of the explosion was extreme.

We observe the typical well at metal constructions and even in cars that indicate that the blast was a force of at least some tones of nitroglycerine.”

Such effects are observed only in nuclear explosions and the case is one of the most incredible military accidents in history.

We have several suspicions about the materials that were inside the containers, said Director of the Center for Arms Control in the media and stressed that remains of the explosions should immediately be sampled because of suspicious of toxic or radioactive substances.

According to the calculations of Dr. Theodore Liolios an explosion of a one kiloton nuclear bomb (about a tenth of the Hiroshima bomb) creates a crater with a diameter of 60 meters and a depth of 15 meters.

If media reports are accurate a 50 meter diameter crater was created, so we can figure the force of the explosion. (Of course the calculations relate to the blast).

The explosive force (on land) at the Cyprus naval base, was one of the largest blasts recorded after Hiroshima and Nagasaki.


the living tiki said...

This is bizarre. This blast occurred on a Naval base and yet there are no security videos of it to show exactly what type of blast it was?

Then again, it seems incomprehensible to me that they would store such weapons/explosives so poorly in the WORST POSSIBLE AREA ON THE ENTIRE ISLAND. Again, this was no accident. The president knows that (and I'm sure the electricity at the Presidential Palace never goes out.)

And still... nothing in my local news.

I'm going to reference your articles in an upcoming post. Fukushima, Katrina, Haiti... it's like people are being conditioned to ignore reality and common sense. No one's at fault... who could have predicted such an "accidental" explosion on Cyprus? You know, shit happens.

Wishes of hope and safety go out to you during these chaotic days. Take care, Marty!

... said...

Hi Living Tiki, videos are emerging which were given to 'Greek' television and not the local media for some strange reason - They show huge explosions in the background far away, basically just big flashes of orange light (it was 3 or 4 am) no one can agree on the time. The videos don't really show anything clearly except for this orange light...Right now people are going about their daily routines, but are still outraged by the event and the fact that we have electricity cuts at all hours of the day for as much as 4 hours a time!

I don't know what to say after seeing the devastation in Norway. It makes our problems seem a little selfish now.

Looking forward to reading your new posts at The Age of Volcanoes.

I have found some odd syncs with our recent disaster which I will try to put together in a new post soon.

P.S. The demonstrations go on every night here but not as big as the first week. I doubt these demos will bring down the government.