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Re: Missile Silos "Power Failure"?

From: Alfred Lehmberg <alienview.nul>
Date: Wed, 27 Oct 2010 14:26:31 -0500
Archived: Thu, 28 Oct 2010 07:47:01 -0400
Subject: Re: Missile Silos "Power Failure"? 

>From: Steven Kaeser <steve.nul>
>To: <post.nul>
>Date: Wed, 27 Oct 2010 13:45:41 -0400
>Subject: Re: Missile Silos "Power Failure"?

>>From: Ed Gehrman <egehrman.nul>
>>To: <post.nul>
>>Date: Tue, 26 Oct 2010 14:36:09 -0700
>>Subject: Missile Silos "Power Failure"?

>>The Atlantic


>>Oct 26 2010

>>Power Failure Shuts Down Squadron Of Nuclear Missiles

>>President Obama was briefed this morning on a power failure at F.E. Warren
>Air Force Base in Wyoming that took 50 nuclear intercontinental ballistic
>missiles (ICBMs), one->ninth of the U.S. missile stockpile, temporarily
>offline on Saturday.

>>The base is a main locus of the United States' strategic nuclear forces.
>The 90th Missile Wing, headquartered there, controls 150 Minuteman III
>intercontinental ballistic nuclear >missiles.

>>They're on full-time alert and are housed in a variety of bunkers across
>the base.

>>On Saturday morning, according to people briefed on what happened, a
>squadron of ICBMs suddenly dropped down into what's known as "LF Down"
>status, meaning that the >missiles in their bunkers could no longer
>communicate with the missiles themselves. LF Down status also means that
>various security protocols built into the missile delivery >system, like
>intrusion alarms and warhead separation alarms, were offline.


>I would note that the article goes on to state that:

>"According to the official, engineers believe that a launch
>control center computer (LCC), responsible for a package of at
>least five missiles, usually ten of them, began to "ping" out of
>sequence, resulting in a surge of "noise" through the system.
>The LCCs interrogate each missile in sequence, so if they begin
>to send signals out when they're not supposed to, receivers on
>the missiles themselves will notice this and send out error

>Is there any reason to believe there is a UFO connection? Just

I'm curious what Hastings and Salas have to say.

My understanding was that all these missiles were independently
powered and had very separate electronics to preclude any
problem such as the one described.

Were they all on the same Wal-Mart extension cord, or what?!

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