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Monday, 17 August 2015

Transpicuous News: China Nuked? and Chemical explosions EVERYWHERE

Well my friends, I tried.   Last night Biggi, from CCN, and I tried to get Transpicuous News out live at it's usual time to no avail.  My internet was so bad that I kept falling offline every few minutes.  The game plan was then to record TN this morning (when I usually have decent internet) and release it on CCN later tonight.....

.... yea that didn't work out so well.

I am hoping the have enough internet tonight to get on The One People's Roundtable Discussion, but even that might not be in the cards, lol.

Here's the thing, it's high tourist season here in this area of Morocco, and right now the tourists are WAY overloading the bandwidth of the system.... so basically there is not enough bandwidth to hold the video/audio stable.   Tourist season should start winding down in about two weeks, so everything should be back to normal by then.  In the mean time... I'm trying!!!

Anyway, here are a few of the screen shots I wanted to cover this week on TN.    China and the massive explosions and what's not being said and what is being said- I covered most of that here on RTS in the past few days.  But what hasn't been talked about is all the OTHER toxic explosions that have happened in the past week!   And then I went looking.....  Interesting that so many fires/explosions/spills seemingly have been happening in groups.

Great.... I can't even get the screen shots to load.  ARGH!  Well, here take a look at this list- the one that I compiled got rid of the junk and highlighted all the toxic elements according to time/area...but as I can't get that to load up, you'll have to look through the list your selves, lol.


http://www.fireworld.com/IncidentLogs.aspx


Wednesday
Aug 12
Tanjin, China: Huge, fiery blasts at a warehouse for hazardous chemicals killed at least 50 people. More Information
Wednesday
Aug 12
Jacksonville, TX: Fire and explosions rocked a paint-related industrial plant. More Information
Monday
Aug 10
Royal City, WA: A shelter-in-place order was issued when ammonia leaked at a fruit packing plant. More Information
Wednesday
Aug 05
Animus River, CO: 3 million gallons of wastewater spilled from an abandoned mine. More Information   Mercury wasn't listed but I guarantee it's there!
Tuesday
Aug 04
New Madrid, MO: Moisture contacting molten metal triggered an explosion at the cast house of an aluminum factory. More Information
Monday
Aug 03
Yankton, S.D.: Fire broke out in a paint room at an aluminum extrusion plant. More Information
Monday
Aug 03
Fairfield, OH: A giant crater was left behind after a lightning strike caused an explosion of an underground fuel storage tank. More Information  Gasoline
Sunday
Aug 02
Rodeo, CA: Firefighters extinguished a fire at an oil refinery. More Information
Sunday
Aug 02
Charleton, MA: Lack of available water hindered firefighters battling a winery blaze. More Information
Saturday
Aug 01
Metropolis, IL: A uranium hexafluoride leak was reported at a chemical plant. More Information
Tuesday
Jul 07
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: Leaking natural gas lines ignited at an offshore oil platform. More Information
Tuesday
Jul 07
Espirito Santo, Brazil: 2 workers drowned when a scaffolding collapsed at an oil terminal, dragging them underwater. More Information
Tuesday
Jul 07
Londonderry, UK: A firefighter was treated after working a blaze at a recycling plant. More Information plastics- petroleum based
Monday
Jul 06
El Cajon, CA: 2,000 gallons of concentrated bleach spilled at a plant making water treatment supplies. More Information
Monday
Jul 06
Speedway, IN: Muriatic acid leaked at a beverage bottling plant. More Information
Monday
Jul 06
Brooklyn Heights, OH: A packaging plant without alarms or sprinklers caught fire. More Information  plastics
Saturday
Jul 04
Brookshire, TX: 12 fire departments battled a fire at a chemical plant making pipeline additives. More Information
Thursday
Jul 02
Maryville, TN: Thousands were evacuated after a freight train hauling acrylonite derailed and caught fire. More Information
Friday
Jun 26
Saint-Quentin-Fallavier, France: A man rammed a car into a gas factory, triggering an explosion that injured 2 people. More Information
Thursday
Jun 25
Douglas, AZ: A military jet crash triggered a pipeline fire. More Information
Wednesday
Jun 17
Cleveland, TN: A chlorine spill at a chemical plant shut down traffic on trhe Hiwassee River. More Information
Wednesday
Jun 17
Chattanooga, TN: Fire broke out in a chemical process building at a detergent additives plant. More Information
Tuesday
Jun 16
Windsor Locks, CT: An ammonia spill at an aerospace plant sent 1 to the hospital. More Information
Tuesday
Jun 16
Chicago, IL: An ammonia leak at a poultry products distributor sent 3 workers to the hospital. More Information
Tuesday
Jun 16
Dubuque, IA: 2 50-gallon barrels of acetone caught fire in a warehouse paint booth. More Information
Saturday
Jun 13
Columbia City, IN: A fire at a plating factory forced an area evacuation.More Information
Tuesday
Jun 09
Sillamae, Estonia: A rare metals plant caught fire with a shelter-in-place order issued. More Information
Tuesday
Jun 09
Prestwich, UK: Fire gutted a factory. More Information
Tuesday
Jun 09
Tibshelf, UK: A loading bay fire spread throughout a plastics factory. More Information
Monday
Jun 08
Aruvangadu, India: Workers at a cordite factory refused to return to their jobs after a fire in a storage room. More Information
Monday
Jun 08
Philadelphia, PA: A fire at a paper factory triggered an explosion. More Information
Monday
Jun 08
Raynham, MA: A lithium battery exploded at a battery plant. More Information military and aerospace
Monday
Jun 08
Palatine, PA: Fire broke out at a manufacturing plant warehouse. More Information
Monday
Jun 08
Seberang Jaya, Singapore: A worker caught his fingers in a chilli grinding machine at a sauce factory. More Information
Monday
Jun 08
Kiev, Ukraine: Fire spread through 17 storage tanks at an oil terminal, killing 4. More Information
Monday
Jun 08
Anglesey, UK: An explosion rocked an aluminum works. More Information
Monday
Jun 08
Valia, India: An industrial accident followed by fire at a fatty alcohol factory killed 1 and injured 4. More Information
Monday
Jun 08
Conewago Twp., PA: Fire broke out at a chemical plant with explosions reported. More Information
Sunday
Jun 07
Subham, Kuwait: Fire swept through a factory making insulation. More Information
Sunday
Jun 07
Selfoss, Iceland: A pipe factory fire forced the evacuation of more than 300 people. More Information
Sunday
Jun 07
Port Augusta, Australia: A firefighters suffered facial burns in an explosion at a power plant. More Information
Sunday
Jun 07
Rochester, UK: A fire at a polymer recycling facility damaged 500 tons of input stock. More Information
Saturday
Jun 06
Anevo, Bulgaria: An explosion at a military plant killed 1 and injured 4.More Information  munitions plant
Saturday
Jun 06
Faridabad, India: Fire gutted a packaging plant. More Information
Saturday
Jun 06
Nea Zoi, Greece: Fire broke out at a recycling factory. More Information
Saturday
Jun 06
Jefferson Hills, PA: A machine explosion at a resin factory resulted in a shelter-in-place order. More Information
Friday
Jun 05
Windsor Locks, CT: A 20-foot long box truck caught fire at a car plant loading dock. More Information
Friday
Jun 05
Bromyard, UK: A fire at a paint plant required the use of breathing apparatus. More Information
Friday
Jun 05
Santo Tomas, Philippines: Fire broke out at a plastics factory. More Information
Thursday
Jun 04
Brazil, IN: An assembly line worker was injured in an accident at a trailer plant. More Information


Thursday
Jun 04
Maraiumala Nagar, India: Fire broke out at an ink factory. More Information
Thursday
Jun 04
Houston, TX: Black smoke poured from a recycling plant when a propane tank ruptured. More Information
Thursday
Jun 04
San Diego, CA: Medical supplies being sterilized with a laser caught fire at a manufacturing plant. More Information
Thursday
Jun 04
Naracoorte, Australia: A biodiesel plant fire resulted in a shelter-in-place order. More Information
Thursday
Jun 04
Prairie du Chien, WI: A fire and small explosion was reported at a wood and wood composite factory. More Information
Wednesday
Jun 03
Melbourne, Australia: Fire broke out in an air conditioning unit at a tobacco factory. More Information
Tuesday
Jun 02
Maryland City, MD: Nearby residents were told to shelter-in-place when a sulfuric acid leak was discovered. More Information
Tuesday
Jun 02
Maiden, NC: 5 people have been taken to hospital after a chlorine gas leak at a data center. More Information
Tuesday
Jun 02
Ballinrobe, Ireland: Fire broke out in the paint shop of an engineering factory. More Information
Tuesday
Jun 02
Nyhamna, Norway: A natural gas processing plant was evacuated because of fire. More Information
Monday
Jun 01
East Peoria, IL: A machine fire broke out at a heavy equipment plant. More Information
Monday
Jun 01
Columbia, SC: A 100-foot section of roof collapsed at an aircraft parts plant. More Information
Monday
Jun 01
Spring, PA: A transformer fire at a paving plant spread to 2 dump trucks.More Information
Monday
Jun 01
Littlefield, TX: A delinting plant burned to the ground in just over an hour. More Information  Chemicals, but no specifics given
Saturday
May 30
Ravenna, OH: Magnesium caught fire at a parts manufacturing plant. More Information
Saturday
May 30
Naga City, S. Korea: A fire in the crusher building at a power plant will shut down the operation 6 days. More Information
Friday
May 29
Sherman, TX: Firefighters evacuated a 1-mile radius of a burning gas plant. More Information
Thursday
May 28
Borger, TX: 10 people were taken to hospitals after an ammonia gas leak at a chemical plant. More Information
Thursday
May 28
Langley City, BC: Firefighters fought 17 hours to extinguish a fire at an egg carton factory. More Information
Thursday
May 28
Nashua, NH: Oily rags ignited at a uniform cleaning plant. More Information
 chemicals, not listed
Wednesday
May 27
Ajman, UAE: Fire destroyed a sponge factory. More Information
Wednesday
May 27
Eskisehir, Turkey: A factory fire threatened 300 people. More Information
Wednesday
May 27
Dhamrai, Bangladesh: A fire at a pharmaceuticals factory took an hour to extinguish. More Information
Wednesday
May 27
Cottage Grove, MN: A chemical plant worker was exposed to leaking nitric acid. More Information
Wednesday
May 27
Hauppauge, NY: Nearly 20 people were exposed to CO leaking from an air conditioner at a pen and marker plant. More Information
Wednesday
May 27
Inverness, UK: Fire broke out at a municipal waste recycling center. More Information
Wednesday
May 27
Worthington Springs, FL: Firefighters from 3 counties fought a sawmill fire. More Information
Wednesday
May 27
West Raynham, UK: A bonfire spread to a recycling center. More Information
Wednesday
May 27
Ravensbourne, New Zealand: A fiure at a fertilizer plant injured 1. More Information
Wednesday
May 27
Karempudi mandal, India: A minor fire broke out at a bio mass plant. More Information
Wednesday
May 27
Canadian, TX: A tornado struck a gas drilling rig, injuring 3. More Information
Tuesday
May 26
Peterborough, UK: A disused factory was set ablaze twice in 2 days. More Information
Tuesday
May 26
East Farmingdale, NY: Firefighters had trouble gaining access to a closed aircraft factory on fire. More Information
Tuesday
May 26
Genesee County, NY: A tanker truck exploded and caught fire outside a concrete plant. More Information
Tuesday
May 26
Spencer, OH: A fire in an air cleaning unit broke out at a battery plant.More Information
Tuesday
May 26
Preston, UK: Nearly 3 tons of mixed waste had to be moved to extinguish a recycling plant fire. More Information
Tuesday
May 26
Phoenix, AZ: A fire at a plant making specialized glass for computers collapsed a section of the loading dock roof. More Information
Monday
May 25
Foster Creek, BC: A forest fire forced the shut down of an oilsands and natural gas site. More Information
Monday
May 25
Brake, Germany: A freighter carrying potentially explosive fertilizer was abandoned when it caught fire. More Information
Saturday
May 23
St. Paul, MN: A debris fire at a metals plant is blamed on spontaneous combustion. More Information
Wednesday
May 20
Baltimore, MD: 3 people suffered serious burns in a fire at a propane warehouse. More Information
Tuesday
May 19
Anderson, SC: A fire at a metal recycling plant left a worker dead and another injured. More Information
Tuesday
May 19
Port of Albany, NY: Crude oil sludge spilled while being pumped from a tank under maintenance. More Information
Tuesday
May 19
Morrow, GA: Workers evacuated a plant making packaged salads when ammonia leaked. More Information
Tuesday
May 19
Karnes City, TX: Hydrogen sulfide gas spewed from an oil well after an explosion. More Information
Wednesday
May 13
Manila, Philippines: Welding work was underway when chemicals ignited at a rubber slipper plant, killing 72. More Information
Wednesday
May 13
Ketchikan, AK: An ammonia leak led to a compressor shutdown at a fish processing plant. More Information
Wednesday
May 13
Jenkins, PA: Fire tore through a plant specializing in fluoropolymers. More Information
Tuesday
May 12
Fairfield, OH: A haz mat leak was reported at a chemical plant. More Information
Sunday
May 10
Buchanan, NY: A fire at a nuclear power plant dumped several thousand gallons of transformer fluid into the Hudson River. More Information

Notice the amount of leaks and fires that include Aluminum, Ammonia, and plastics/petrochemicals?   The vast majority of the Chemical fires did NOT disclose the chemicals involved.  Also, a huge amount of recycling plants.



Back to China again.  Jim Stone has just released a huge amount of info that supports several of the the points I made last week:


UPDATE: ANOTHER BLOCKBUSTER: Blasts were NOT RELATED, blast 1, the small blast, happened on the West side of the container lot, and was the crater everyone first saw with containers laying in it, thinking that was from the big blast. It was not. Blast 2, the lake making nuke type blast, happened on the East side of the container lot. The fire happened to the South of both blasts, approximately centered between them, and was ONLY A FIRE, there is no conceivable way it could produce blasts on both sides of a container lot, separated by over 200 yards. The materials in question simply could not do it. The warehouse that supposedly holding whatever exploded was erased by the large (rod from God or nuclear) blast, as was everything else around that blast.
The crater pictures people posted previously were from the small blast, not the big one, a new picture which clearly shows where the big blast went off just got released by China. After looking through the images of the soviet nuclear tests, the new lake in China appears to have been made by a slightly sub surface burst of at least a 5 kiloton nuclear bomb. 
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 center of the lake, which opened up the cracks.
Look closely at the ground around the lake. Those who claimed it was not a nuke cited the fact that if it was, everything around the crater would be vaporized and wiped clean. Now that we have the real crater pic from the big blast, YEP, it matches that perfectly. Take a look at the containers laying in the lower left corner of this picture – they have no paint or color, which means they had the surfaces incinerated by intense heat only a nuke or other super weapon would reach. If this was a carbide blast, they would be black or have their original colors to some degree, complete color change to only gray proves this explosion was FREAKING HOT. (D: Hence the fact that the rows and rows of cars are still standing perfectly organized, yet every strip of paint, rubber and thin metal has been vaporized- intense heat.)
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 (see Rod from God), 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 leveled, 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.
I think a glue fire was started as an excuse for this huge blast, which came considerably later. And who knows what made the first big blast, or smaller blasts that led up to it, but I am confident it was a show and not an accident. They wanted this filmed from all angles and set up the show to make sure people would be recording when the big one went off. If there were lots of little blasts before that, why was there not a single small blast after the big one? That is when I would think the small blasts should have started if this entire scenario was not contrived from the start.....
...So let me put it all together here, the story goes like this, if those were the only 3 items in question:
Someone managed to get a bunch of modeling glue burning. And it sat there and burned for 45 minutes (nasty fire there, tough job putting that out, but no boom potential in the context of how it was stored or to even one percent of that magnitude.)
After it burned for a good long time, enough to ensure everyone was watching, somehow some small explosions were touched off to get people to start filming. Then the MOAB or some other huge explosive device comes in, and blows the whole place to smithereens. Bam-o, perfect show for burying the biggest known act of treason in American history – Hillary’s Wal-Mart of American secrets, open to the highest bidder. If the story is modeling glue, it does not wash for that type of explosion, it just does not work that way.
http://asheepnomore.net/2015/08/15/its-official-chinese-harbour-was-mini-nuked/



.... started with smaller fires- and THAT is EXACTLY why the firemen were buried UNDER the RUBBLE!!!!  Because they were already on site fighting the smaller, distraction fires!!!!! 

I don't necessarily agree with Stones conclusions as to "WHY" this happened though, and he's missing the big piece:  The proximity of the Super Computer that they ADMITTED the building it is housed in had structural damage from the blast.  THAT is a major piece and not to be overlooked in my opinion.  There is MUCH more here than simple "finance" or NSA/Hilary bullshit, or maybe even the Yuan as the new global reserve currency.....  the US is desperate.  But desperate enough to start a Nuclear war with China?! ..... hmmmmmmm, no.  I don't think so.   I think the Super Computer may hold the biggest hint here.

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