Regular leaders here probably all saw that explosion of the munitions storage dump in the western Ukraine last week, and the firey roiling mushroom clouds that accompanied them. There has been the usual chatter on the internet and various sites that the explosions may have been of a storage facility where some of the munitions were depleted uranium, and that hence, the explosions may have been "nuclear" in some form or fashion. I have to be honest: I have seen two starkly different recordings of the same explosions, and to my eyes, they show two very different events. In the version that most people have seen, the explosions occur in a massive fireball, and very tellingly, as the fireball rises to form a mushroom cloud, there is continued fire and burning of material in the cloud, a typical signature of a nuclear detonation. Continued combustion in the cloud as it rises is a typical signature of a nuclear explosion, and the burn continues until the material is burned out. The other video - much rarer -  shows the initial explosion, but little to no burn immediately thereafter in the mushroom cloud. We were then treated to a variety of experts on various YouTube channels talking about the question that the depleted uranium allegedly in storage at the facility had some sort of burn, and we were assured by these experts that there was no such possibility.

I'm not so sure. Under normal conditions of use, the kinetic impact of a depleted uranium round is so fast and therefore energetic, that the uranium literally burns inside the target, killing the people within.  After all, the mechanism of the Little Boy uranium bomb was precisely a 5" naval rifle - a cannon once again - that fired a projectile of uranium-235 into a target, which itself consisting of more uranium-235. It was the sheer speed and kinetic energy of the impact that initiated the reaction. So for those who know their ordnance, a depleted uranium round is like a hollow charge HEAT round, on steroids. Think of your standard HEAT round as the old actor Wally Cox, and a depleted uranium round as Arnold Schwarzenneggar, and you get the idea. Why depleted uranium? because it is an extremely dense material in its metallic form(much more so than gold or lead) an therefore much heavier per unit of volume than gold or lead. As for a burn under explosive conditions, it is to be remembered that smashing two bits of highly enriched uranium-235 together in one's hands can literally cause a kind of sub-critical nuclear "fizzle", and indeed, such an incident actually happened by accident during the wartime American Manhattan Project. So I am not entirely convinced by the experts on YouTube calmly assuring us that we are not watching any sort of nuclear combustion in the vast majority of the videos of the incident. Indeed, perhaps a fuel air explosive would have enough brisance to create the kinetic conditions for rounds of depleted uranium to respond with a burn.

But my chief explosive concern here today is this story shared by E.G. and many other regular readers out there, about 30 tons of ammonia nitrate that appears to have gone missing from a freight train on its way from Wyoming to Looneyfornia:

30-Ton Shipment Of Explosive Chemical Disappears Between California And Wyoming

Now this story just has "TROUBLE" written all over it, and if you're like me - and you probably are otherwise you probably wouldn't be reading this website - you're going to find the "narrative" here a bit disturbing:

A 30-ton shipment of ammonium nitrate, a chemical used as both fertilizer and as a component in explosives, has gone missing during a rail shipment between Wyoming and California last month, resulting in four separate investigations.

A railcar loaded with some 60,000 pounds of the chemical left Cheyenne, Wyoming on April 12, only to be found empty two weeks later at a rail stop in the Mojave Desert, according to a short incident report from the firm which shipped the ammonium, KQEDreports.

And of course, there's the usual-and-to-be-expected reference to ammonia nitrate and the Oklahoma City Bombing:

Ammonium nitrate is commonly used as fertilizer. It’s also an ingredient in high explosives and was used in the homemade bomb detonated in the 1995 attack on the Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City. (All emphases in the original)

However, the dirty little secret of the dirty and not-so-little ammonia nitrate bomb used in the Oklahoma City Bombing is that the brisance of ammonia nitrate is very low as explosives go, and thus, the mere 4,500 pounds of fertilizer was insufficient in brisance to bring down the B-3 column in the Murrah building by stress loading on that column. It was a retired U.S. Air Force brigadier general, Benton K. Partin, whose specialty was explosive ordnance and damage assessment, who crunched the numbers and came to that conclusion. And that discomforting physics fact means that there had to have been demolition charges on that column (and probably on the others that failed), in order to account for the failure of the columns. The ammonia nitrate bomb simply didn't have the "oomph" to do it.  But it does have enough "oomph" to do some damage, particularly to non-reinforced structures (which the Murrah building was not).

Now comes what to me appears to be the narrative part, because I'm just not buying the explanation given in the article for the disappearance of the ammonia nitrate:

According to Dyno Nobel, the Ammonium - transferred in pellet form in a covered hopper car similar to those used to ship coal - must have fallen from the car on the way to a rail siding (where a short track connects with the main track) around 30 miles from the town of Mojave in eastern Kern County, in a city called Saltdale.

"The railcar was sealed when it left the Cheyenne facility, and the seals were still intact when it arrived in Saltdale. The initial assessment is that a leak through the bottom gate on the railcar may have developed in transit," said the company, adding that the two-week trip included multiple stops. They report having had "limited control" over the railcar operated by Union Pacific.

The railcar is being transported back to Wyoming for inspection.

Meanwhile, a representative for the Federal Railroad Administration says the investigation points to an improperly closed hopper car gate.

Now, wait just a minute... if the car was sealed in Cheyenne, if it had a leak, wouldn't the leak have been visible even in the yard in Cheyenne? And if the leak was sprung later while the train was en route, which, incidentally, "included multiple stops" on its two week journey, were no inspections done along the way? Wouldn't the Union Pacific officials have noticed a leak from the hopper car while it was sided in their yards? Union Pacific is a rather efficient railroad and they are, after all, the railroad that has been restoring steam locomotives to functionality and even using them on freight hauls. This expertise and expense does not, to me, signal the kind of lackadaisical attitude necessary for a hopper car full of ammonia nitrate to spring a leak, and then go unnoticed for two weeks.  Sorry, as of this moment and without further information, I'm not buying the narrative. Colour me Highly Skeptical.

And the same goes for the "improperly closed hopper gate." Presumably the hopper gate was improperly closed in Cheyenne, for the stops along the way would have no reason to open it. And again, we face the same problem here as well, because we're being asked to believe that the yardmasters and crews along the Union Pacific route taken by the hopper car over two weeks would never have noticed a leak and an improperly closed hopper gate. Even in modern dumbed-down thoroughly quackcinated Amairikuh, I find it difficult to believe that NO one noticed nor raised an alarm or alert.

So we end with an empty hopper car in a hamlet in Looneyfornia and a missing 30 tons of ammonia nitrate.

I do not know about you, but my high octane antennae are pulsing with suspicion.  I just cannot get it out of my mind that somewhere out there there's another "op" being planned with another McVeigh and another rented truck. Oklahoma City's ammonia nitrate bomb was only about two tons. Thirty tons of the stuff would be very bad, and if the two tons of the Oklahoma City bomb was a cover for some serious demolition charges, one has to wonder if, indeed the thirty tons was stolen by nefarious actors, and a if cover-narrative is being concocted ahead of whatever planned event they have in their evil diabolical heads, then what sort of real explosion might thirty tons of the stuff be a cover for?

... Unfortunately, none of my answers to that question are very good...

See you on the flip side...




Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".

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  1. Paolo on May 26, 2023 at 1:18 am

    My Wide Ass speculation:

    30 Tons of Nitrate is enough to simulate the explosive force….and the resulting mushroom cloud, of a small tactical nuclear weapon.

    Joseph, go back and look at the footage from Beirut, Lebanon of the nitrate explosion there. Notice the continuing combustion of that nitrate powder as the mushroom cloud from the explosion rose into the air?


    Now I wonder if THAT is what the Russians hit with that attack that generated that mushroom cloud.

  2. O. Kelzenberg on May 25, 2023 at 8:55 pm

    OKC bombing was a trial run for 9/11, and the truck bomb was not what caused the death and destruction. Initial news reports included the discovery an unexploded bomb inside the rubble of the building, but that was quickly shut down Jon Rappoport wrote a book about it. But fertilizer explosions have destroyed two Texas towns and killed many people, most recently West in 2013. Someone caught the explosion on a dash camera here: https://www.cnn.com/videos/us/2014/04/17/vo-west-texas-explosion-footage.courtesy-jeff-tobola

    The other was 1946 in Texas City, a port on the Gulf of Mexico, killing nearly 600 people and injuring thousands, so this missing 30 tons of fertilizer is indeed a serious concern. https://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/fertilizer-explosion-kills-581-in-texas

  3. Maria Clarke on May 25, 2023 at 9:10 am

    Did the ammonium nitrate ever get loaded in the first place??

  4. marcos toledo on May 24, 2023 at 8:42 pm

    Depleted Uranium the dirty bomb-wet dream of terrorists whether great or small. Ammonia nitrate is a convenient cover to hide behind.

  5. Brendan on May 24, 2023 at 8:11 pm

    I wonder if the FBI will get involved investigating … *breaks into laughter*

  6. DanaThomas on May 24, 2023 at 12:55 pm

    Is there any reason to believe, also recalling the historical precedents, that the railroad companies are lily-white?

  7. Robert Barricklow on May 24, 2023 at 11:39 am

    Only a question of when[soon?]; where[one or more locations/simultaneous explosions];
    and is[are] the patsy[ies] already being set-up?
    How many narratives are lying in wait? Dependent on what scenarios transpire?

    • Robert Barricklow on May 24, 2023 at 11:42 am

      Another Kennedy?
      A political rally, where more than one candidate attends?

      Obviously a political target?

      • Brendan on May 24, 2023 at 8:12 pm

        I sure hope not. The US needs a sound candidate for 2024 and if it’s a Kennedy then it might symbolically give the country hope.

  8. Eddie Worthington on May 24, 2023 at 9:50 am

    It’s important to remember that railcars don’t magically just “appear” on little-used sidings after being unloaded. Whoever is behind this has lots of resources to pull off the theft of the ammonium nitrate. These resources include the ability to bribe/coerce Union Pacific employees to actively participate in the theft. Rail systems are governed by centralized traffic control centers that would notice a railcar being absconded.

  9. anakephalaiosis on May 24, 2023 at 6:48 am

    Sounds like the Fringe television series, where mad scientists, drunk on power, attempt to play gods, and, out of cynical boredom, wreck havoc, as mind game puzzles for their lab rats.

    Jesuit-controlled Freemasonry was murderously hellbent, in 1776, on creating superstructures in Europe and America, and is now, ritualistically, destroying their own great architect.

    It must have been cynical boredom, that drove Nero to burn Rome, or perhaps he just wanted a great reset, to create a new order out of chaos, spurred by a temper tantrum.

    In a certain Fringe television episode, matter was solved, with a magic bullet through the epicentre, in the eye of the storm.

    • anakephalaiosis on May 24, 2023 at 7:22 am

      BTW, from a Scythian perspective, chopping of cranial cavity, and refurbishing it – into a drinking vessel – for a victory toast to hell, makes sense, when the brain can be such a liar.

      Bringing a notorious skull cup token, to the Last Supper, reshapes the whole narrative, and thereby reshapes the foundation of the Western world, into a Second Coming, of age.

      Further, explaining the idea of ‘Elohim & Yahweh’, by a well-known Scythian myth – that is still available in Scandinavia – makes global cultural reboot an obtainable obtain.

      Of course, the Vatican has no love lost for Odin, the hell rider of the eight-legged compass.

      • anakephalaiosis on May 24, 2023 at 8:02 am

        *obtainable option.

        • marshallgeese on May 24, 2023 at 4:09 pm

          What do you know about Diné American tribes such as Eskimo, Apache and Navaho and certain tribes in Siberia?
          How do they fit into the story. They are very different from other tribes and the Languages are very strange.
          They Navaho claim there language predates humans!
          Are they really speaking the language of Denisovan giants?

        • anakephalaiosis on May 25, 2023 at 4:07 am

          A cultural reboot, based on Black Elk’s “six grandfathers”, is a basic 4-point compass and a perpendicular. These are the basic tools needed, to reconstruct the proto-Scythian Genesis.

          Man has always depended on geometry, to produce clock and calendar, to organise any kind of society, and it means, that geometry always is a precondition for law and order.

          Societies based on thievery never work, because they end up cannibalising their ingroup, unless there is an outgroup to prey upon, to whom they can be parasites.

          The founding idea – in Elohim & Yahweh – is free will vs. constraint of free will, which is a paradox with a general cultural solution, like when Isaac on the altar is either unbound or bound, and “Vili & Vé” in Old Norse myth.

          When Chief Seattle says, that he doesn’t understand white man’s [Bible] God, he speaks the truth, because nobody can understand the Roman Catholic translation, that has removed the founding idea.

          When referring to Scythians, as “Comanches of Eurasian steppe”, then man is saying, that original Europeans were more aligned with native Americans, than with the Roman Catholic Church.

          Therefore, when modern Americans go native, then they move outside the Jesuit handler’s box, and then they automatically become more aligned with the Scythian narrative, that produced original Christianity.

          I do think, that geometry is a genetic trait, that evolves a specific mindset, and I think it is triggered by conscience, based on logic and reason, which is loyalty to the ingroup.

          I also think, that thievery is contrary, as satanic adversary, with instinctive hatred against the sun cross compass, which explains the Roman Catholic obsession with defamation of the Indo-Scythian swastika etc.

          Star Trek, as a Jesuit-controlled spaceship playing Mozart, studies natives on stone age planets, and goes itself native in the end, after having taught the ten tribes, how to use bow and arrow, which of course is a Scythian footnote.

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