Updated: And sometimes you just have to hope some things simply cannot be true.
Is The Tianjin Shock Wave Linked
To Vaporized ‘Ro-Ro’ Ship?
The Procyon, named after the lesser Dog Star or Canis Minor, is a Tesla coil that builds up a massive electrical charge. When explosive charges packed around the housing are detonated a powerful electromagnetic jolt is created. Procyon devices from the advanced weapons laboratories at Yekaterinaberg via Oleg Lobov.
If the above synopsis is true, The shielding around the world’s fastest and biggest supercomputer, Tianhe-1, held back the electromagnetic wave that reduced Tianjin to rubble.
The death toll in the series of explosions already reached 114 people
The causes of the accident have not been identified yet. Photo: Dormitory destroyed by the shockwave of a nearby explosion n the northeastern China’s Tianjin municipality
AP Photo/Ng Han Guan
BEIJING, August 17. /TASS/. Another powerful blast was reported on Monday near the warehouse China’s northern port city of Tianjin, which was rocked by a series of explosions since last week, the Chinese Central Television (CCTV) reported.
According to CCTV, a white smoke emerged soon after the new explosion and evacuation was ordered for military servicemen deployed near the scene of the accident.
A powerful explosion rocked a warehouse storing chemical goods around midnight on August 12. Another major explosion followed as firefighters worked at the scene. Eyewitnesses claimed that the blast shattered windows in buildings within a two-kilometer perimeter, while more than 5,000 cars burned down.
Over a thousand of firefighters are battling the fire in Tianjin. More than 1,500 military servicemen were sent to the scene to provide assistance.
The death toll in the series of explosions already reached 114
people, Chinese media reported on Sunday. On Saturday, rescuers recovered 10 more bodies of those killed in powerful blasts that struck the city on Wednesday. Ninety-five people are still missing, including 85 firefighters, the media said.
A full-scale search and rescue operation is underway at the sight of the explosion. China’s Ministry of Environmental Protection said that cyanide and other hazardous highly toxic chemicals were found at the site of the explosion. According to the ministry, a level of cyanide exceeded the norm by eight times in one of drain pipes in the emergency area.
On Thursday, Russian President Vladimir Putin sent a telegram to Chinese President Xi Jinping, expressing condolences over the tragedy in Tianjin. Russian Emergencies Minister Vladimir Puchkov offered assistance to China’s social security minister in dealing with the aftermath of the explosions.
Older post on initial blasts
On August 13, a giant sinkhole appeared on the construction site of a subway station in the city of Dongguan, China.
According to The South China Morning Post, the sinkhole was originally 80 m2 before expanding to 300 m2. The contractor started pouring concrete into the hole to stop it from sinking further.
One person was killed as a result of the tragedy.
Meanwhile, the death toll from the recent massive explosions in the Chinese port city of Tianjin has climbed to over 50. The explosion of warehouses in the port were captured even by satellites in space. In addition, the US Geological Survey, at a distance from 160 kilometers from the epicenter, received information about an earthquake near the city of Tianjin.