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    Default Has putin detonated nuke?

    US sends specialist ‘nuke sniffer’ plane to the UK as ‘radiation spike’ sparks fears Putin has tested nuclear weapon in the Arctic

    https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/291535...ticles-europe/
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    I think they have a big naval base in Murmansk. My odds lay with a problem there, or a Kursk like issue. No reason for them to test, they have plenty

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    Keep on "poking the bear" and he's gonna wake up.....
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    How could a radiation spike in the artic not be caused by space phenomenon interacting with changes in the electromagnetic fields of earth?

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    Yes that's the only thing it can be as there is no other explanation...
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    Quote Originally Posted by flock6 View Post
    Yes that's the only thing it can be as there is no other explanation...
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    Ok peanuts, explain why you can't get anywhere near certain parts of the poles without being part of certain scientific research projects or military applications and it requires a state dept permit unless your part of specific organizations?

    Perhaps explain the pole on the other side of the poles below middle America as mention by admiral byrd?

    Also who give a fuk if Russia denoted a nuke up there, was it a test or on a specific target, not just ice up there.

    Also explain how when at times of the Aurora borealis being extremely vibrant, there's not also a corresponding increase in radiation?
    Last edited by Alredneck; 02-21-2017 at 01:43 PM.

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    I highly doubt it was a nuke test as none of the seismographs have indicated there was any kind of low altitude nuke test needed for the radiation sensors to pick up on the radiation.
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    No.

    Read this: https://pjmedia.com/trending/2017/02...tion-incident/

    I agree with the conclusion: It's probably some Thyroid cancer patients urine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alredneck View Post
    Ok peanuts, explain why you can't get anywhere near certain parts of the poles without being part of certain scientific research projects or military applications and it requires a state dept permit unless your part of specific organizations?

    Abominable snowmen will eat you

    Perhaps explain the pole on the other side of the poles below middle America as mention by admiral byrd?

    I don't understand the question, please try again.

    Also who give a fuk if Russia denoted a nuke up there, was it a test or on a specific target, not just ice up there.

    More than a few, it's made it to the news.

    Also explain how when at times of the Aurora borealis being extremely vibrant, there's not also a corresponding increase in radiation?

    Depends on the radiation to which you're referring..... the auroras are basically solar storms and magnetic in nature, and our atmosphere does sometimes expand during.. ?
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