ITT instead of acting like fucktards, let's sit down like gentlemen and discuss the suspicious explosion in Beirut.
Was it a nuke? Ignoring things we don't have access to ("muh satellite data"), what are the forensic signs we can examine to determine this.
How quickly does the mushroom cloud grow? What terminate height does it get to?
What's the size of the fireball?
What's the size of the crater?
What earthquakes were registered? We have two readings, Cyprus/Jordan say it was 4.5MT while the (((US))) claims it was 3.3.
Let's calculate the velocity of the explosive used, assuming it was ammonium nitrate it should not exceed 10,000 feet/sec. This doesn't mean the fireball formation but the actual propagation of the explosion inside the warehouse across all of the nitrates there.
Israelis, please don't post in this thread even behind a flag or while you're in the US.
It was a fuel tank that exploded. Beirut port was notorious for using only the highest-quality fuel, which is the most explosive. They also had the third largest fuel tank system in the world behind San Diego and Puerto Vallarta.
If you look into cigar consumption in Beirut you will notice that it's about 65% higher than most metropolitan areas in Lebanon. If you look into cigar consumption in Lebanon you will notice it's about 40% higher than the next highest country - Spain. Lebanon smokes by far the most cigars in the world, they also have terrible workplace safety habits and next to no regulations. So, long story short. Someone got sloppy with a cigar and blew up the port, or at least that seems the most likely explanation.
Occam's razor is clear here. Lebanese shitskin corruption and incompetence sequestered 3 kilotons of explosives on the docks for the better part of a decade, stored fireworks next door and started a fire. Any other sequence of events requires ridiculous leaps of complexity in explanation. Root out corruption and stupidity in your government, and fewer of your ports will explode.
Italy, Egypt, and all other surrounding areas showed a DRAMATIC increase in radiation levels. Israel showed absolutely no increase whatsoever. Have you ever heard of a doughnut shaped radiation cloud that conveniently ignores the only suspect?
I'm starting to feel like this is 9/11 but with literal 4k cameras like we always wished for. There's no way in fuck I am buying the fireworks factory/AN storage site story anymore. Nothing conventional explodes with that kind of velocity. Compare the timing of the seismic wave to the overpressure wave.
>>1160081(OP) >Was it a nuke?
no,you can make the argument that (((they))) set it off purposefully via starting the fire but claiming it's some secret non-radioactive nuke is retarded. any explosion of large enough power makes a mushroom cloud. 2400 tons of anfo is a lot of boom power, and there's been dozens of massive industrial accidents due to shittily stored anfo over the past century.
If it's a nuke, you're relying on every single government and academic institution of note on the planet keeping quiet about it, given the obvious and immediately detectable markers - seismic, radiological, electromagnetic.
>>1160081(OP) >How quickly does the mushroom cloud grow? >What terminate height does it get to? >What's the size of the fireball? >What's the size of the crater? >What earthquakes were registered?
All irrelevant to the question of "Was it a nuke?".
Hint: it was not a nuke.
do any of you ever expect 'them' to admit what something really is? when have they ever done that? when? i'll wait.....
(i appreciate the sentiment OP but come on including 911 there have been no less than 25 large scale globally recognized Happenings where what really happened is hidden from the mainstream NPCs, then memory holed and scattered to the wind where only places like cy talk about it. the mass normie world has already moved on from Beirut, so essentially we're circle jerking here and on and on. it was a micronuke payload probably delivered on a hypersonic missile but 'clean' and used as both a live weapons display/threat and to eliminate something)
>>1160081(OP) >What's the size of the fireball?
If someone knows the height of the grain elevator please post it so we can arrive at a good estimate of the radius of the fb. I've been searching online for it, but so far no luck.
Also, provide sauce. Thnx
1. The video and crater evidence is consistent with an approximately 1kt explosion. The claim of 2750t AN is also consistent with this
2. Earthquake magnitudes and explosion sizes are difficult to nail down precisely, so circle jerking over 3.3 vs 4.5 vs whatever is dumb shit
3. There is zero, I repeat, zero evidence of radiation in Beirut. If you fucking come at me with some bullshit from Cyprus, not even matching on time and not even backed by a single other sauce then fuck off
4. If you think drawing circles around pictures proves anything then you are a retard. May I remind you retards that the grain silo has a reflective effect on the explosion and it happened next to water which might account for something, dipshits
Finally: give me one good reason to use an expensive nuke that you couldn’t be denied if a warehouse full of AN could do the same. One reason, just one.
>>1160081(OP) >Was it a nuke? Ignoring things we don't have access to ("muh satellite data"), what are the forensic signs we can examine to determine this.
it was most likely the same shit they used in 2019 (Also IIRC they hit a ship with something similar)
the mini-nuke shit is a psyop to catch all the gullible conspiracy-tards because it'll be easily disproved/it sounds outlandish.
>>1160081(OP) >ITT instead of acting like fucktards, let's sit down like gentlemen and discuss the suspicious explosion in Beirut. >Was it a nuke?
Stopped reading after that. Never argue with stupid people, they will drag you down to their level and then beat you with experience.
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