The post Tianjin Excuses, Explanations Aren’t Holding Water updates this initial article.
The fireball Saturday in the port city of Tianjin, China, has several startling features. The resulting crater within fractured rock indicates it could have been hit by a hyper-velocity, kinetic-energy, heavy-metal-constructed weapon (without a warhead) dubbed the “rod from God.” It is doubtful that an explosive fireball of chemicals could create a massive crater like this. This crater is being reported as 400 meters wide, and 7.5 meters deep.
The first blast registered 2.3 on the Richter scale and the second 2.9. Eyewitnesses described what felt like a quake. USGS geophysicist John Bellini 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.
“Rod from God’ technology has been in development for some time and prototypes could be available in the U.S. as well as other countries. Such weapons are not prohibited by the SALT II treaty and are treated as a conventional weapon that emits no radioactivity.
With the target an industrial area full of chemicals, such as Tianjan, the “rod from God” could trigger massive secondary explosions. No explosive warhead is necessary as a Mach-10 heavy-metal rod impact is sufficient. It very hard to trace back or afterward. It is super stealthy and nearly impossible to spot or intercept. It can be precisely calibrated. The rod of God is like an arsonist match, with the chemicals on the site taking care of the rest.
If the Chinese managed to find heavy metal fragments, the suspects can deny it and play dumb. Video follows of the closest person (accent is American) to film the fireballs. A second American (with rural mid-states accent) also had a front-row seat. These should be persons of interest to the Chinese.
The effect of this fireball can be visualized by this fly over. At 2:00 one can see the large crater right in the middle of the blast radius. There is no scorching around the crater as one might expect from chemical fireballs. In fact, the area around the crater for 200 meters is pulverized. One can see at the edge that it went through bedrock.
A pre-blast Google image from May can be compared to the blast site. Look at the red boxes. The post-blast crater can be made out at 1. It is located in a largely vacant part of the lot. 2 marks the location of the warehouse that some finger as the explosion source. The scene doesn’t combine.
As the flyover continues one can see the effects of the chemical secondary fireballs in the surrounding containers, buildings, and car lots.
The next video explains the effects of “rod of God” science in simplified layman’s terms, especially at 2:00. The video after it goes further into the features and advantages of such technology.
This event puts China in a rough spot, as its fourth-largest port is shut down right in the middle of a stock market bust. The unsafe storage of dangerous chemicals in Tianjan is a slap to the face of a face-saving people. China would be the largest beneficiary of removal of sanctions on ally Iran. Tehran could deepen its long-standing relationship with the People’s Republic in the military, cyber and strategic domains. And there would be quite a bunker-busting message behind such a subversive attack: The realization that the U.S. — or worse, its out-of-control U.S.-crime-syndicate/ZOG associates — have a new weapon with which to intimidate the Russians, Chinese and Iranians. The currency war and dedollarization aspect is paramount as well. And here the U.S. warns China about agents operating in the U.S. This morning, Russia and China announced large naval exercises in Sea Of Japan.
I test run this at Metabunk to gauge legitimate counterpoints to this theory. Instead, I got this declaration by Mick West, the site’s main honcho, after he took down and censured most of my two posts on the topic: “Acts of war between non-warring superpowers using secret weapons systems are incredibly rare, and you don’t know what they look like.” End of story for ol’ gatekeeper Mick. He and his cohorts frequently employ the “you don’t know squat” meme to discourage and beat down even the slightest out-of-the box thinking or theorizing.
First of all, Mick, any basic college history survey course would quickly reveal that non-warring superpowers throughout the ages were engaged non-stop in covert and not-so-covert actions and plots against each other. Many were lethal. For those that don’t like to study or research but be entertained all the time, a viewing of the great HBO series “The Tudors” is illustrative. Has Mick ever heard of something called the Cold War? Relations between the US and Russia/China are hardly much better now.
Secondly, did the “whole U.S. government” plot to kill JFK and perp 9/11 or Tianjin? Of course not, but deep-state elements with government ties did. And since 9/11, the growing power of the deep state has become even more under the sway of a kleptocratic crime syndicate. This syndicate operates without oversight and totally outside the bounds of the “U.S. government,” but uses U.S. resources and that makes it especially scary. This scene from the pre-9/11 predictive-programming episode of “Lone Gunman” summarizes my point.
As Danish philosopher Soren Kierkegaard said in the mid-19th century: “In a theater, it happened that a fire started offstage. The clown came out to tell the audience. They thought it was a joke and applauded. He told them again and they became more hilarious. This is the way, I suppose, that the world will be destroyed – amid the universal hilarity of wits and wags who think it is all a joke.”