- Nov 4, 2011
LOL. You continue to miss my point. As for your ”equation” … the math you’ve shown equals neither now, nor later - which is what you said the equation would equal.
Again, I don’t know it’s the same oxidizer. I don’t know what all was in there. I also don’t know that there were not arms/missiles there. And, from what I’ve read, neither do experts. So when you say you’re an expert -which I haven’t doubted, and you conclusively determine there’s foul play, you’re just going to have to show me more when, again, other experts have begged off that determination. You’re making an actual question personal, unnecessarily.
An oxidizer is just another term for an explosive. Different explosives burn at different rates, and give off different gasses of different colors.
The official word is that it was ammonium nitrate. If so, then the explosion should have one primary colored smoke. Not three. Not with a huge red fireball - it doesn't fireball.
I know of four previous Iranian weapons caches that have been blown in Syria.
Hizballah and Iran have been close - and I think the Israelis already hit two previous stockpiles. Not saying Israel had anything to do with this - but it is a curiosity. Just saying the primary suspect with the three explosions - that match the freball and different colors - would indicate missiles with HE warheads, and the rocket propellants. And maybe some ammonium nitrate.