Testing the EMP?

By now you’ve heard about the missile that was launched, right?  It’s all over the news, front-and-center on SpaceWeather.com… it’s everywhere.  If not, here’s the skinny:

The Pentagon said Tuesday it did not know what created a vapor trail that crossed the skies off the Image Southern California coast and resembled a missile launch.  Video posted on the CBS News website shows an object flying through the evening sky Monday that left a large contrail, or vapor trail. A news helicopter owned by KCBS, a CBS affiliate in Los Angeles, shot the video.

Pentagon officials were stumped by the event. “Nobody within the Department of Defense that we’ve reached out to has been able to explain what this contrail is, where it came from,” Pentagon spokesman Col. Dave Lapan said. While the vapor cloud captured on video resembled that created by a rocket in flight, military officials said they didn’t know of any launches in the area. Lapan said that “all indications” were that the Defense Department was not involved with the object.

…The North American Aerospace Defense Command, or NORAD, issued a statement jointly with the U.S. Northern Command, or NORTHCOM, saying that the contrail was not the result of a foreign military launching a missile. It provided no details.

Now this morning I read commentary that said there are a great number of ‘watchers’ who believe it was a missile launched FROM OUR SOIL by another country.  Now that might sound stupid, but consider what comes over the Mexican border everyday.  We all know that it’s completely conceivable that this could happen.  I wouldn’t worry so much, but then I saw THIS information this morning:

The disabled Carnival cruise ship initially being towed to Ensenada, Mexico, is on its way to San Diego, according to San Diego Port and Carnival Cruise Lines officials.  …Additionally, Carnival late Tuesday announced the cancellation of the Splendor’s next voyage, which had been slated to begin in Long Beach on Image Sunday.”We sincerely apologize to our guests for this unfortunate situation and offer our thanks for their patience and cooperation during this challenging time,” said Gerry Cahill, president and CEO of the Florida-based cruise line.

On Tuesday, the USS Ronald Reagan was diverted from its own training exercises in the Pacific to help deliver supplies to the cruise ship about 150 miles south of San Diego Tuesday, military officials said. Commander Greg Hicks said Carnival requested the supplies from the U.S Coast Guard, which notified the Navy. Since Monday morning, the 113,000 ton ship has been dead in the water, stranding 3,299 vacationers and 1,167 crew members.  The Carnival Splendor became marooned when a blaze erupted in its engine room about 6 a.m. Monday as the 952-foot luxury liner was roughly 55 miles west of Punta San Jacinto on the first leg of a seven-day Mexican Riviera cruise, according to a statement from Carnival Cruise Lines.On Tuesday morning, the first of several shipments of food and supplies took off from Naval Air Station North Island aboard a VRC-30 Carrier On-Board Delivery aircraft. Boxes of baked goods, canned meats and canned seafood were unloaded from several eighteen-wheelers.Two transport planes will make four flights each Tuesday. Once aboard the USS Reagan, a helicopter will deliver the supplies to the cruise ship. An estimated 50,000 pounds of food, utensils and other basic necessities will be delivered throughout the day.  …By early afternoon, they had access to their cabins once again and were being provided with bottled water and cold food, though several “key hotel systems,” including air conditioning, hot food service, flushing toilets and telephones, were not available.  …The ship operated on auxiliary generators throughout the day.

Now… a few things don’t make sense.  First, that the Navy in San Diego was diverted TUESDAY to help with an emergency that happened MONDAY morning.  The timing is off.  There’s no way there’d be THAT great of a delay time for a ship 55 miles off shore.  If you have four thousand people stranded in the ocean with no toilets, no electricity, no phone service (!?) due to a fire in the ENGINE ROOM (?!?!)… okay, so none of it makes sense.  An engine room fire would NOT get that out of hand that it would wipe out everything on the WHOLE boat.

Second, if the ship was on auxiliary generators (okay, nevermind, they were brought by the Navy on Tuesday)… what about the SHIP’S back-up generators… which would NOT be in the engine room, btw…?  They’re out, too… which is WHY they need that much food – it’s all gone bad.  They had NOTHING.

NOTHING isn’t the result of an engine room fire,
which (if it happened in the morning),
would’ve been contained
before THAT much damage was done.

NOTHING is the result of an EMP blast.  Which is what happens when a missile blows up over the ocean off the coast of California Monday NIGHT.  Which explains why the Navy didn’t come until Tuesday morning.  It took that long to figure it out, due to no communications whatsoever.  The time frames work better that way, too.

Back to the allegations of another country’s missile being fired from California out over the ocean.  Cruise ship passengers typically aren’t sickly, the damage would be contained and minimal, if it were a target for an EMP test.  As opposed to, say, Los Angeles.  See what I’m saying?  And of course we don’t want a panic, so we blame it on a fire, change the timing of the ‘catastrophe’ a little so it doesn’t look like the missile event and the cruise ship event are connected.  It just makes more sense.

Also note that this missile launch gave no ‘heads-up’ to anyone who might be in its path, and also that it happened while Obama is conveniently out of the country.  If it *IS* a ‘test run’ for something coming, that would be very, very bad.  You have NO idea what an EMP would do to us.

And recall that we’re looking for an event bigger than 9/11 to occur between NOW and next Monday.

I just wanted to let you know, a heads up, at what’s being said out there.

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