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  • Oracle
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    LMAO!!! It's worse than Canada. Where is the Colonel? Lol.

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  • Gun Grape
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    I'm sure someone has posted this before Every single guy should watch and learn

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  • Double Edge
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    ‘Space to Roam’ is a film inspired by all the unique structures, patterns, and overall “otherworldly” landscapes found in Southwestern America’s public lands in hopes of protecting them. This project is dedicated to the people who preserve the history of and protect our public lands.

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    What this feels like

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  • Oracle
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    This is like WOW!

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  • Double Edge
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    Dad’s Breakfast Bottle Prep for His Toddler Is Bartending Mastery

    Last edited by Double Edge; 12 Sep 20,, 18:49.

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  • Oracle
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    Where were all these girls when I was growing up.
    Cool huh!

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  • Oracle
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    Great guy! Loved what he did.

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  • Double Edge
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    Fun fact. Ammonium Nitrate does not explode on its own when lit with fire



    So if there was 2,700 tons of it in a warehouse then a fireworks fire next door would not be enough to get the explosion we saw.
    Last edited by Double Edge; 06 Aug 20,, 07:48.

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  • Double Edge
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    The orange flames after the second blast are the fertiliser going off. Not the grain silos which acted as a barrier to the blast, with a good portion of it going seaward.

    So what caused the fire leading to the first explosion then ? the white flames.

    Fireworks (!) due to heat & humidity.

    You see how it develops here

    Last edited by Double Edge; 05 Aug 20,, 15:18.

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  • Double Edge
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    2,700 tons of ammonium nitrate

    https://twitter.com/BazziNYU/status/1290752400316301314

    In comparison the Oklahoma city bombing back in 1995 used 2 tons of the stuff

    Closest we get to this is the port of Texas city explosion back in 1947, where 2,200 tons of ammonium nitrate on a ship went off.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Texas_City_disaster



    Earlier NH4NO3 accident in Germany from 1921

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oppau_explosion
    Last edited by Double Edge; 05 Aug 20,, 13:30.

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