Wednesday, 18 May 2016

A theory of what is happening at Fort McMurray

If even a fraction of what is said here is true then it is enough to scare the bejeezus out of anyone.

I am not in a position to judge one way or another but the information provided, in my mind, certainly warrants further investigation rather than being rejected out of hand.

Certainly, the mainstream version is so full of omissions and distortions (they don’t want to so much as MENTION the tar sands if they don’t have to). I wouldn’t be taking any token dismissals at face value.

I have been aware of BP Earthwatch for some time. The man behind it, Jessie Waltman, appears to be a Christian, and has some fairly extreme views of things that fly in the face of mainstream science.

But, it seems evident, these are his views, and he does do a lot of research, and I don’t think he is going out of his way to pull the wool over people’s eyes (which is more than I can say about converntional news outlets)

I will leave it for you to decide if he has some credibility or belongs to the ‘lunatic fringe’.

Alberta/Large Surface Collapse Possible/Steam Caverns

The Beast, Alberta's Large Forest Fire is Forcing Large Underground Thermal Steam Caverns to Shut Down, These Large Steam Chambers will collapse

The Destruction of Alberta

ALBERTA FIRE/URANIUM Connection/Clinton Foundation?

People are being kept from the town of Ft. McMurray.

Uranium’s Lingering Glow – Alberta has untapped wealth in the radioactive mineral, but the road to opening the first mine is a long and bumpy one
Cash Flowed to Clinton Foundation Amid Russian Uranium Deal

In this YouTube video, you can watch vehicles attempt to escape Fort McMurray as hot embers from towering flames just a few feet away rain down on them.

The gigantic wildfire that has forced the evacuation of the entire city of Fort McMurray in northern Alberta has been nicknamed “the Beast“, and mainstream news reports are telling us that it is now approximately 25 percent larger than New York City.

88,000 people have already been forced out of their homes, at least 1,600 buildings have been destroyed, and smoke from the fire has been spotted as far away as Iowa.  To say that this is a “disaster” is a massive understatement.  
Northern Alberta is “tinder dry” right now, and authorities say that high winds could result in the size of the fire doubling by the end of the weekend.  One-fourth of Canada’s oil output has already been shut down, and the edge of the fire is now getting very close to the neighboring province of Saskatchewan.  This is already the most expensive natural disaster in the history of Canada, and officials fully expect to be fighting this blaze for months to come.
At this point, only rain is going to stop this fire.  Canadian authorities insist that they are not going to be able to defeat this raging inferno no matter how many resources they throw at it.  The best that they can hope for is to try to steer it away from heavily populated areas until the rain comes

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