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#1 Atossa

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Posted 10 August 2019 - 04:25 AM




Explosions rip through Russian ammunition depot for second time

" The new blasts come just days after deadly explosions tore through the same military facility in Siberia. Russia's Defense Ministry has said lightning was the cause of Friday's explosions and fire. "

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https://www.dw.com/e...time/a-49969498


Russian pharmacies report rise in sales of iodine near site of mysterious military explosion

" Civilians of two northern Russian cities flocked to pharmacies Friday to purchase large quantities of iodine after a mysterious explosion at a nearby military testing site Thursday.

Russia's Ministry of Defense stated that two people were killed and six injured after a liquid-propelled rocket engine exploded at the site, adding that the incident did not release any harmful chemicals into the atmosphere.

However, authorities in the nearby port city of Severodvinsk (map pictured) reported a spike in radiation levels in the area, and are unsure why the accident would cause such changes. Data cited by Greenpeace from Russia's Ministry of Emergency Situations showed radiation levels rose 20 times above the normal level in the city, about 18 miles from the testing site."

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A Missile Explosion, a Radiation Spike, and Kremlin Secrecy Bring Back Memories of Chernobyl

" A mysterious explosion in an area where nuclear missiles are tested, then a spike in radioactivity and an official cover-up. To many Russians it all sounds too familiar."

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#2 Atossa

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Posted 10 August 2019 - 04:33 AM




9 August 2019

Is Putin covering up a nuclear disaster? Ambulances covered in protective film transport six Russians who suffered severe radiation poisoning in mystery explosion during 'test of new hypersonic missile'

* Putin's top secret war missile 'may have exploded during tests' in Nyonoska
* Radiation levels higher in city 18 miles from military accident, causing civil panic
* Iodine tablets sold out at pharmacies after hospitals advised their consumption
* Zircon hypersonic missile capable of hitting US target cities in five minutes
* Reports claim six casualties had suffered from serious radiation doses
* Footage shows people wearing protective clothing while transferring casualties


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https://www.dailymai...rth-Russia.html


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Posted 10 August 2019 - 04:37 AM



Russia explosion: Five confirmed dead in rocket blast

9 August 2019


" Five people were killed and three injured following a rocket explosion on a naval test range in Russia on Thursday, state nuclear company Rosatom confirmed.

Rostacom said the accident occurred during tests on a liquid propellant rocket engine.

The three injured staff members suffered serious burns in the accident.

Authorities had previously said that two people died and six were injured in the blast at the site in Nyonoksa.

The company told Russian media that its engineering and technical team had been working on the "isotope power source" for the propulsion system.

The Nyonoksa site carries out tests for virtually every missile system used by the Russian navy, including sea-launched intercontinental ballistic missiles, cruise missiles and anti-aircraft missiles.

Authorities in Severodvink, 47km (29 miles) east of Nyonska said that radiation levels shortly after the blast were higher than normal for about 40 minutes but returned to normal.

Locals have rushed to buy medical iodine, with pharmacies' stocks of iodine reported to be running out in the cities of Arkhangelsk and Severodvinsk.

The rush for iodine was reported earlier by a news website for the Arkhangelsk region, 29.ru. "

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" Ammunition dump blaze

It is the second accident involving Russia's military this week.

On Monday, one person was killed and eight others were injured in a blaze at an ammunition dump in Siberia.

Flying munitions damaged a school and a kindergarten in the area. More than 9,500 people were evacuated. "


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https://www.bbc.com/...europe-49301438



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Posted 10 August 2019 - 04:45 AM





10 injured in NEW explosions at Siberian ammo depot (VIDEOS)

https://www.rt.com/r...epot-new-blast/


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Posted 10 August 2019 - 04:51 AM




US-Based Experts Suspect Russia Blast Involved Nuclear-Powered Missile

" WASHINGTON - U.S.-based nuclear experts said Friday they suspected an accidental blast and radiation release in northern Russia this week occurred during the testing of a nuclear-powered cruise missile vaunted by President Vladimir Putin last year.

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Fuel engines don't give off radiation

Two experts said in separate interviews with Reuters that a liquid rocket propellant explosion would not release radiation.

They said that they suspected the explosion and the radiation release resulted from a mishap during the testing of a nuclear-powered cruise missile at a facility outside the village of Nyonoksa.

"Liquid fuel missile engines exploding do not give off radiation, and we know that the Russians are working on some kind of nuclear propulsion for a cruise missile," said Ankit Panda, an adjunct senior fellow with the Federation of American Scientists.

Russia calls the missile the 9M730 Buresvestnik. The NATO alliance has designated it the SSC-X-9 Skyfall."


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#6 Atossa

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Posted 10 August 2019 - 05:02 AM



US-Based Experts Suspect Russia Blast Involved Nuclear-Powered Missile

" WASHINGTON - U.S.-based nuclear experts said Friday they suspected an accidental blast and radiation release in northern Russia this week occurred during the testing of a nuclear-powered cruise missile vaunted by President Vladimir Putin last year.

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Russia calls the missile the 9M730 Buresvestnik. The NATO alliance has designated it the SSC-X-9 Skyfall."

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https://www.voanews....powered-missile





9M730 Burevestnik

https://en.wikipedia...730_Burevestnik

Burevestnik

https://en.wikipedia...iki/Burevestnik

" The poem was later referred to as "the battle anthem of the revolution"... "
[Edomite-jew-bolshevik revolution]


https://en.wikipedia...e_Stormy_Petrel


Those Wiki links basically tell us that Putin named his new nuclear-powered cruise missile after red revolutionary Gorke's poem that became the battle anthem of the Edomite-jew-bolshevik revolution!



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#7 Atossa

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Posted 10 August 2019 - 05:22 AM



Do you see it Mario?

Putin named his new nuclear-powered cruise missile after red revolutionary Gorke's poem that became the battle anthem of the Edomite-jew-bolshevik revolution!



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Posted 10 August 2019 - 11:50 AM

I wonder who has visited this remote Russian area recently?

 

Maybe more here than meets the eye.

 

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Posted 13 August 2019 - 03:04 AM



Putin is experiencing all kinds of excitement!


From German media [I also saw similar news report on FOX news]


Russia demands Google take action over protest videos

" Russia's media oversight agency has demanded Google take action to stop the spread of information about illegal mass protests. Thousands of its YouTube channels livestreamed one of Russia's biggest demos on Saturday.

Russia's media regulator on Sunday asked Google to stop sending push notifications for livestream videos of anti-government protests and arrests.

Roskomnadzor said it complained to Google about unspecified "structures" allegedly using tools, such as push notifications, to spread information about illegal mass protests, "including those aimed at disrupting elections."

Under pressure

The Russian watchdog said that if Google failed to respond to its request, it would consider it "interference in its sovereign affairs" and "hostile influence [over] and obstruction of democratic elections in Russia."

Moscow would then reserve the right to react "appropriately," it said, without elaborating. "

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https://www.dw.com/e...deos/a-49988411



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#10 Bruce M Cow

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Posted 13 August 2019 - 03:31 AM

Russia’s defense ministry said the explosion had taken place during testing of a rocket engine, but the country’s nuclear agency, Rosatom, later confirmed that several of its employees had been killed during testing of an “isotope power source in a liquid propulsion system.”

David Cullen, the director of the Nuclear Information Service in the UK, said on Monday that the view among independent experts was that the explosion appeared to have been caused by the failure


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#11 Bruce M Cow

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Posted 13 August 2019 - 03:42 AM

Announced by the Russian president, Vladimir Putin, in 2018, the missile is theoretically able to use an onboard source of nuclear fuel to heat fast-moving air and fly for indefinite periods. Moscow has touted the missile’s unlimited range and potential ability to penetrate US missile defences, but doubts remain among researchers as to whether its core technology is viable.

Experts in Russia’s nuclear program have also spotted the nuclear fuel carrier ship Serebryanka near the site of last week’s explosion, where it is believed to have been taking part in a recovery effort. The vessel had previously been spotted in the waters near Novaya Zemlya, where Russia reportedly tested the Burevestnik missile in 2017.

“Our suspicion is that something went wrong during or after a Russian test of its nuclear-powered cruise missile,” wrote Jeffrey Lewis, a US arms control specialist with the Middlebury Institute of International Studies. Russia was believed to have moved Burevestnik testing to the current Nenoksa site earlier this year.

In a video statement released on Sunday evening, an official from the Russian Federal Nuclear Center, where five employees were killed in the explosion, said the agency was working on a number of experimental technologies, including “miniaturized sources of energy using [fissile] materials”.

Vyacheslav Solovyov, the center’s scientific director, said similar work on “small-scale nuclear reactors” is also taking place in the US. He did not say how much fissile material had been involved in the accident, or what role it may have played in the explosion.

“We are now trying to understand, we are working closely with a government commission, analyzing the entire chain of events to assess the scale of the accident and to understand its causes,” Solovyov said.


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#12 Atossa

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Posted 13 August 2019 - 03:50 AM




Bruce, I don't know if you intended to post that part about Ann Coulter turning against Trump. The irony is, she is a race-mixer who dated a mongrel East Indian.

Or maybe you meant to compare me to her because I turned against Putin. I turned against Putin because he has overtly and repeatedly betrayed Christ and God's Aryan ethnic Russian Christ-bearing people to embrace and promote nonwhites and antichrists.

As for the part about Russia testing its new 9M730 Burevestnik missile... see my previous post about that very same weapon and the meaning of its name.


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Posted 13 August 2019 - 03:54 AM



Bruce has edited his post I just referenced.

I should have quoted it.


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#14 Bruce M Cow

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Posted 13 August 2019 - 04:26 AM


Bruce has edited his post I just referenced.

I should have quoted it.

 

Got on there by mistake


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