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3 hours ago, bamboozooka said:

watch this video. it captures a big explosion

ev batteries dont explode they fizz violently.

 

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/24358532/luton-airport-explodes-flames/

 

 

 

According to the scum report, the blaze burned for seven hours, lithium burns at a higher temperature than jet fuel. lithium 800'c, jet fuel 300'c depending on Oxygen feed for the jet fuel, although planes are involved but none hit the building and yet the building did not collapse when under such intense heat, here are some links,

 

https://www.911research.wtc7.net/mirrors/guardian2/wtc/how-hot.htm

https://lyten.com/lithium-battery-fires-a-burning-issue/

https://publications.iafss.org/publications/fss/8/375/view/fss_8-375.pdf

https://batteryuniversity.com/article/bu-304a-safety-concerns-with-li-ion

 

So my question remains

WHERE IS THE VIRUS :classic_blink:

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7 hours ago, legion said:

2 rumours going through social media at the moment. 

 

Top floor was the Electric Charging Area. 

 

And that the Range Rover / Landrover named by the Mainstream Media was a Hybrid and not a plain diesel. 

 

 

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Important to note that a diesel only powered vehicle is not capable of burning anywhere near what has been observed with lithium or petrol for that matter, diesel has a higher ignition point than petrol and has to be properly atomised before ignition can occur, which is why a high pressure pump is needed to force the fuel through the injectors that convert the liquid to an atomised state, if diesel was to burn it would burn more akin to a candle flame rather than anything explosive or reactive enough to cause a flame throwing effect, 👍

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22 hours ago, sock muppet said:

 

Important to note that a diesel only powered vehicle is not capable of burning anywhere near what has been observed with lithium or petrol for that matter, diesel has a higher ignition point than petrol and has to be properly atomised before ignition can occur, which is why a high pressure pump is needed to force the fuel through the injectors that convert the liquid to an atomised state, if diesel was to burn it would burn more akin to a candle flame rather than anything explosive or reactive enough to cause a flame throwing effect, 👍

 

I think the suggestion it was a diesel is an EV lobby lie. Diesel doesn't explode that easily and has to be compressed in the engine to do so.

 

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On 10/12/2023 at 11:01 AM, legion said:

2 rumours going through social media at the moment. Top floor was the Electric Charging Area. And that the Range Rover / Landrover named by the Mainstream Media was a Hybrid and not a plain diesel.

 

Coinkydinkences can occur on occasion. However, I am wondering whether a false flag attack on U.K. soil is being lined up. This will be blamed on Palestine/Hamas supporters, all conflated in to one lump, and their motive will supposedly be as a response to the U.K. recently sending military support to Israel.  

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Just now, numnuts said:

 

Coinkydinkences can occur on occasion. However, I am wondering whether a false flag attack on U.K. soil is being lined up. This will be blamed on Palestine/Hamas supporters, all conflated in to one lump, and their motive will supposedly be as a response to the U.K. recently sending military support to Israel.  

 

Quite possible.. 

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On 10/14/2023 at 2:02 PM, numnuts said:

 

Coinkydinkences can occur on occasion. However, I am wondering whether a false flag attack on U.K. soil is being lined up. This will be blamed on Palestine/Hamas supporters, all conflated in to one lump, and their motive will supposedly be as a response to the U.K. recently sending military support to Israel.  

I can see that, this could be true.

 

It’ll most definitely be on the transport system, maybe trains or underground system. 
Maybe up north London, around the Jewish conerbation areas.

That would seriously add fuel to Israel’s fire. 
WW3 would begin imo 

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On 10/14/2023 at 2:03 PM, legion said:

Quite possible.

 

We just had another so-called 'muslim extremist' attack in France, of all places, with the obloigatroy 'Allah Akbar!' to boot. Quelle surprise! Then, some bloke called Emmanuel, who looks like a dodgy used car salesman, shiftier than Arthur Daley even, went round there and spoke out of his dirty arsehole for a few minutes. Next...

 

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-67101089

 

'Teacher killed in France school stabbing.'

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On 10/14/2023 at 2:02 PM, numnuts said:

 

Coinkydinkences can occur on occasion. However, I am wondering whether a false flag attack on U.K. soil is being lined up. This will be blamed on Palestine/Hamas supporters, all conflated in to one lump, and their motive will supposedly be as a response to the U.K. recently sending military support to Israel.  

How about it happens on October 20th.

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9 hours ago, numnuts said:

 

 obloigatroy 'Allah Akbar!' to boot. Quelle surprise!

 

i've always wondered about changing my name to Allah Ashley-Kensington and the opening a bar named using my first name and initials of my new double barrel surname.

 

The Allah AK Bar does have a certain ring to it, and I'm sure the cocktails would be a blast.

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8 hours ago, Mikhail Liebestein said:

 

i've always wondered about changing my name to Allah Ashley-Kensington and the opening a bar named using my first name and initials of my new double barrel surname.

 

The Allah AK Bar does have a certain ring to it, and I'm sure the cocktails would be a blast.

Just don't serve Jagerbombs.

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4 hours ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

Just don't serve Jagerbombs.

 

Will a Mclar-e-bomb suffice, sir, compliments of the house as we're all out of jagerbombs, 😬

 

Moment £190,000 McLaren plug-in hybrid sports car bursts into flames on TEST DRIVE a mile away from motor dealership

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-12635623/moment-190-000-mclaren-sports-car-bursts-flames-test-drive.html

 

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10 hours ago, sock muppet said:

 

Will a Mclar-e-bomb suffice, sir, compliments of the house as we're all out of jagerbombs, 😬

 

Moment £190,000 McLaren plug-in hybrid sports car bursts into flames on TEST DRIVE a mile away from motor dealership

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-12635623/moment-190-000-mclaren-sports-car-bursts-flames-test-drive.html

 

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These EVs are so dangerous, they must be banned.

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11 hours ago, sock muppet said:

 

Will a Mclar-e-bomb suffice, sir, compliments of the house as we're all out of jagerbombs, 😬

 

Moment £190,000 McLaren plug-in hybrid sports car bursts into flames on TEST DRIVE a mile away from motor dealership

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-12635623/moment-190-000-mclaren-sports-car-bursts-flames-test-drive.html

 

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Just read the attached story...

 

Family's electric car catches fire and sets their house ablaze https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-12602921/Family-lose-electric-car-catches-fire-sets-house-ablaze-three-children-sleeping-beds.html?ito=native_share_article-top

 

EV but no house insurance 🤬🤬

 

This line caught my eye though.

 

...'they fitted the electric charging point at the front door so when it caught fire it blocked our escape route'...

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5 hours ago, Sit down, Waldo said:

...'they fitted the electric charging point at the front door so when it caught fire it blocked our escape route'...

 

A lot of people have done the self same thing and are now confronted with this new reality, what people will now do is fit these charging points away from access and entrances, and i highly doubt any of it will make a difference because charging the EV's next to your place of abode will still be the major cause of concern, and i don't think running power cables across walk ways will be acceptable, so either specifically installed charging points will have to be installed at the owners expense outside or near the residence or just abandon the setup as it stands because of the risk these vehicles still present to people passing by.

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