- Mar 31, 2010
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The strangest fire of all times – different anomalies.
1. Selectivity. The most striking feature is the selectivity of the fires. As the photographs show, the fires were able to pick their targets exactly. The houses are destroyed in the foundations (8,000 houses at all), but the trees / forests in the neighborhood remain intact, even in close proximity. How come when the houses are being ignited by a forest fire? See satellite imagery below:
2. Strange burning
houses Houses are “lying ash” to the foundations, mostly very few debris (at least some good: they will not have to clear it so much). All nicely uniform on white ash / dust.
It is true that houses built predominantly from wood easily burn. (Firefighters say somewhere that once a fire takes 5% of a wooden house, then it can not be extinguished). But we would expect different houses to have different layouts and “fillings” so they should burn differently from different locations, and the result of normal burning should be at least a bit of black burning and some burned debris. But it is here all in one uniformly aligned with the earth.
White burns can mean that there has been a fire / explosion / explosion with a very high temperature that normal fire does not usually reach, or the object has been destroyed by some other destruction – we are again with DEW. (Somehow, the WTC’s “wreckage” was after the 9/11 destruction).
3. Strange burning of materials.
In many incinerators, molten metal is molten, as if fired at a higher temperature than normal fire. Witnesses report broken concrete, porcelain, curled glass = melted glass. While normally flammable materials – paper, plastics, twigs – on the same “burning” are preserved. See, for example, the picture below, the car burns like a torch, a burning paper is lying around.