Skip to comments.Iranís uranium city explodes
Posted on 11/29/2011 5:30:07 PM PST by Mustang Driver
Seems an explosion rocked Iranian city Isfahan that houses that nations uranium conversion facility on Monday. Hmm. Big hmm. Capitalized, italicized and boldfaced HMM.
From the New York Daily News: The government of Isfahan denied reports that the explosion was linked to the nuclear site, saying it was part of a military drill north of the city.
That excuse is so weak that I think Baghdad Bob either moved to Iran or has a cousin Tehran Terry.
From the New York Daily News: One of the first reports of the blast came from Irans semi-official Fars news agency, according to the Guardian. The report was later removed from the agencys website. Residents in Isfahan called authorities after hearing the loud blast, which shook the windows of homes in the area, according to media reports. State Department spokesman Mark Toner said American officials knew little about the explosion.
Sounds Mossad-ian. Anyway, the Scorekeeper would give it a GOOD and not ask any questions.
Hat tip: Lucianne. The video is Algerian rocker Rachid Taha singing the Clashs classic Rock the Casbah. Way better.
Can we see this on the USGS earthquake website?
Coincidentally, the little squiggle lines look suspiciously like, "Merry Christmas!"
Stuff be blowin’ up all over the place. Happens here too, all the time.
Must be a case of "move along, nothing to see here".
BagdadBob has not moved to Iran. This was a monumental screw-up.
On one hand Mossad. One the other hand it may have been a major accident, caused by some “political officer” (whatever they call the equivalent in Iran, ok, mullah would do fine) demanding that an impossible deadline be met. Much like what happened to Marshal Mitrofan Nedelin, commander of the USSR Strategic Rocket Forces. He was killed during the test of an R-8 ICBM - demanded that safety procedures be bypassed.
Either that, or a successful mission sortie.
try it this way...
They may have finally figured out that pesky newcular trigger thingy.
Look at your quotes on the link, and put a space after the src=
The photo’s didn’t seem very impressive to me. I wouldn’t make a big deal of it.
13 O my God, make them like the [h]whirling dust,
Like chaff before the wind.
14 Like fire that burns the forest
And like a flame that sets the mountains on fire,
15 So pursue them with Your tempest
And terrify them with Your storm.
16 Fill their faces with dishonor,
That they may seek Your name, O LORD.
17 Let them be ashamed and dismayed forever,
And let them be humiliated and perish,
18 That they may know that You alone, whose name is the LORD,
Are the Most High over all the earth.
Fart in a crowded elevator bump.
Wonder if Stuxnet is more serious than thought.
Maybe someone forgot to put a gas cap back on?? Accidents happen for evil dictators.
Pray for America
good thing it's lyrics are benign, because he could just as easily of had them burning the city down when it was over
I saw a pair of bright satellites flying in tandem a few years ago (as bright as the Shuttle). I couldn’t find them on any of the tracking sites. If we don’t already have a suborbital bomber we should get one. We already fly B2’s and B1’s on nonstop missions from the US to points in the Middle East.
In fact I would think building a bomb that would be able to first surivie re-entry then leave no country linkable evidence after detonation would be more technically difficult than building an orbitial bomber.
What surprises me is that Obama would apparently use susch a thing against Iran. I wonder if this was Great Brittain, or even Isreal ?...
Lemme hep ya....
The Iranian “mishap” a couple of weeks ago turned out to be multiple exploded buildings. That was either smart bombs (perhaps from something like the Global Hawk) or cruise missiles. This week’s “mishap” we don’t know what was hit yet.