Would the Zetas be able to comment on the explosion at the Port of Binhai new district in Tianjin, China. Was it just a dangerous mix of chemicals or an EMP that caused the explosion? [and from another] http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3195477/Fifty-people-injure... Explosion erupted in warehouse thought to contain sodium cyanide, a deadly chemical that can kill rapidly if inhaled. As chemical experts were sent to assess the scene, officials fuelled panic by refusing to say what was being stored or offering any explanation for the cause of the disaster. The incident has raised questions – also as yet unanswered – about whether the materials had been properly stored. Officials could give no reason for the disaster at a facility for dangerous chemicals, but reportedly detained the firm's senior management. Authorities said the blasts started at shipping containers at the warehouse owned by Ruihai Logistics, a company that says it stores hazardous materials including flammable petrochemicals, sodium cyanide and toluene diisocyanate. The blasts detonated with such force they registered on the Richter scale and were visible from space. Graphs from a seismic station 20 miles from the blast zone in Tianjin shows how the explosions registered 2.3 and 2.9 on the Richter scale. [and from another] http://www.rt.com/news/312322-drone-tianjin-blasts-aftermath/ Death toll rises to 50, at least 700 injured. The explosions were caused by a shipment of explosives in a key industrial zone in Binhai New Area. Tianjin, one of China's biggest cities with a population of about 11.5 million people, is a major industrial and transport hub. A team of 214 military specialists trained in handling nuclear and biochemical materials arrived in Tianjin. Firefighters have suspended their efforts at the scene, citing questions about the warehouse’s contents and the quantity of “dangerous goods” it might contain. The blast had erupted from a shipment of explosives in a key industrial zone in Binhai New Area at about 11:30 pm local time. The initial blast triggered a suspected petrol explosion in an adjacent reservoir.
What caused the explosion at Tianjin? The port is not on an earthquake fault nor on a plate border, and even though a minor earthquake was recorded on seismographs this was from the force of the explosion. The explosion was not caused by an earthquake. Chemical explosions are not caused by electro-magnetic pulse unless the electrical equipment controlling the transport and storage of these chemicals were affected by a pulse and consequent damaged electronics. Since the explosion occurred in a container on the docks, electronics does not seem to be a cause. In addition, the explosion happened in the middle of the night, when Planet X and its hosing magnetic blast was on the opposite side of the globe over the Atlantic.
We have long warned that chemical cesspools will result during the hour of the Pole Shift, if not beforehand. Mankind manufactures and stores and transports poisons and explosive materials so that he can support a modern lifestyle beyond what simple farming and fishing communities would provide. Electronics, cars, brightly lit cities, and the convenience of travel – all carry a price. Safety regulations only go so far, as the profit motive is a constant lure to skip steps, and this is what occurred in Tianjin. It should be noted that senior executives of the companies involved were arrested, as given the regulations on storage of these chemicals, the explosion should not have happened. Such industrial accidents have happened all over the world for these same reasons – the profit motive and greed.