Ammonium nitrate burns, it can’t explode. Those who say different are paid liars easily proven by not just experts but anyone who farms or owns a garden.
This has gone too far.
— David james (@Davidja50494872) August 12, 2020
Also, there are many accounts like this one in Lebanese media, that you won't see a trace of in western media https://t.co/5yTLOynhrL
— مايا Maya ☭ (@mayyish) August 12, 2020
The kind of person who believes 2750 tonnes of ammonium nitrate stacked in bags on a warehouse floor blasted a 43-meter deep crater in Beirut is the kind of person who believes two jetliners caused the Twin Towers to "collapse" & destroyed the rest of WTC on 9/11!
— Bruce Baird (@drbairdonline) August 9, 2020
I am really amazed how one year ago, the US media reported that the explosion witnessed in Siberia was without doubt from a nuclear weapon due to the characteristics of explosion.
And of course, the Beirut was without doubt a ammonium nitrate bomb, nevermind the characteristics pic.twitter.com/xGMyZnr1mK
— BrightonJ (@BrightonJ14) August 13, 2020
A pure fusion bomb is capable of the recent damage in Beirut without radiation.
— Gary (@BlueWaterDays) August 14, 2020
What do you think of the exlosion in Beirut!
— Emily Scott (@EmilySc63084734) August 10, 2020
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