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“Scientists” Now Want Lithium In Your Water & Lebanon’s 9/11 Being All But Ignored By The MSM, Why?

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One Reply to ““Scientists” Now Want Lithium In Your Water & Lebanon’s 9/11 Being All But Ignored By The MSM, Why?

  1. This is interesting

    According to EFMA (European Fertilizer Manufacturers Association, 2000), AN is especially difficult to detonate and neither flame, spark nor friction is known to cause detonation. Shocks derived from detonating gas mixtures (hydrogen/oxygen or acetylene/oxygen) have been found to be incapable of producing detonation in AN. AN fertilizer dust, being non-combustible in nature, does not give rise to a dust explosion such as those commonly associated with grain and organic dusts. Shock initiation in solid prilled AN needs a fairly substantial stimulus. Heating under confinement and shock initiation of hot or contaminated AN by projectile impact appear to be more credible mechanisms in the context of industrial operations (European Fertilizer Manufacturers Association, 2000).

    Explosions can occur when ammonium nitrate is heated under confinement in pumps (European Fertilizer Manufacturers Association, 2000).

    . Ammonium nitrate is an oxidizing material that, at elevated temperatures, will support the combustion of materials such as wood, paper, fuel oil and sulphur; but self-sustaining burning reactions are not usually obtained unless more than one percent of combustible material is present (Canadian Legal Information Institute, 2015).

    Although ammonium nitrate is not classified as explosive, there are many explosions incurred as a result of the fire of ammonium nitrate.

    Ammonium nitrate is a stable compound and generally is difficult to explode when it is in solid or molten form or in solution. However, ammonium nitrate may explode when it is exposed to strong shock or to high temperature under confinement.

    In a large quantity of ammonium nitrate, localized areas of high temperature may be sufficiently confined by the total quantity to initiate an explosion. The explosion of a small quantity of ammonium nitrate in a confined space (e.g., a pipe) may initiate the explosion of larger quantities (e.g., in an associated vessel).

    Ammonium nitrate by itself does not burn, but in contact with other combustible materials, it increases the fire hazard. It can support and intensify a fire even in the absence of air. Fires involving ammonium nitrate can release toxic nitrogen oxides and ammonia. A fire involving ammonium nitrate in an enclosed space could lead to an explosion.

    From what I could see the ammonium nitrate was not confined. It was placed in 1000 lb bags which were placed side by side in a warehouse with high ceilings. There was no fuel in the AN. It would have taken much more than heat and a few fireworks to cause that blast IMO.

    A similar explosion in France a week after 9/11 that they tried to pin on terrorists. Never did find the reason for the blast (no heat sources or shocks to detonate the AN). I thought at the time it was a false flag and a bomb was used.

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