Duff, Greenhalgh and Smith reporting…
It is extremely likely that the US Navy fired a Mark 45 torpedo with a 10 kiloton W34 nuclear warhead today at a target deemed “hostile” 105 miles off the Florida coast, curiously adjacent to the Kennedy Space Center.
Conventional explosives to create this kind of blast would cost upwards of $800 million, a bit high for a “shock test.” One might also add that this is the last place on earth someone would hold such a test, which would normally occur in the Pacific.
There is always a remote possibility the Navy is telling the truth. If so, we will soon see a seismograph reading that will be a “soft hump” rather than a double-spike. The clock is ticking…
As for speculation, the first place we go is Russia and China and a response to either or both “planting” their flag offshore in one of the most sensitive regions involving potential US military deployments in space.
Would the US have used a nuclear torpedo as a show of strength? There are a couple of answers:
- Yes, it is all we have in our arsenal, nuclear torpedoes and nuclear depth charges, we have no large conventional explosive devices used in naval warfare
- Yes, chances are something was doing something very wrong for this kind of response
We are all sitting on the UFO aspect, the reports of underground bases in the Pacific or of UFO’s that disappear into the water like the video above or other occasions like October 1973 off Wurtsmith Air Force Base in Oscoda, Michigan. (still classified)
Duff has traveled extensively, is published around the world and is a regular guest on TV and radio in more than “several” countries. He is also a trained chef, wine enthusiast, avid motorcyclist and gunsmith specializing in historical weapons and restoration. Business experience and interests are in energy and defense technology.
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