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Re: Missile Silos "Power Failure"?

From: Steve Sawyer <stevesaw.nul>
Date: Wed, 27 Oct 2010 15:58:32 -0700
Archived: Thu, 28 Oct 2010 07:52:44 -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.


>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

Hi, Steve & List,

No, there is, as yet, no indication of a UFO connection of any
kind being reported by the press. I read the article in the
Atlantic also, and a few other online media reports, and it is
intriguing, however, to note that initial reports said the
possible cause of the problem ranged from an underground power
cable being snagged by possible excavation on base, to a
hardware problem of some unidentified kind, to now, in the
latest reports, to some kind of unidentified "computer problem",
where some kind of electronic interference was somehow injected
into the comm lines of these missile sites for a little while.

I have a feeling, due to the national security issues, that the
actual source or cause of the failure of these 50 missiles, for
about 45 minutes, will not be disclosed anytime soon.

But isn't it interesting that not just one, but several _groups_
of missiles all suddenly were not able to be communicated with
for that period of time before somehow returning to normal?

One would think that the separate missile groups at F.E. Warren
AFB, and the other launch sites at two other AFB locations (we
have a total of about 450 inidividual missile sites within the
US, some of which have multiple warheads, or are MIRV'ed), would
have at least triply redundant, independent power supplies, and
various back-up power systems at each site, or UPS systems, and
that all 50 missiles would not be able to all go down at once.

How could or does that happen? Why did it last nearly an hour?
How and why did they all come back up after this interim failure?
I would guess it's pretty natural to think there might be some
possible EM or EMP effect that could have knocked all these
missiles off-line around the same time, since the recent press
conference by Hastings and Salas regarding the potential or
real connection in past years between UFOs and nukes being
similarly, temporarily affected in completely unexpected ways
was most recently in the news, but this is still rather strange.

It would be interesting to find out if Hastings, Salas, or
others get any reports from Warren AFB about any recent UFO
incidents or sightings on or near Warren, at which time then
maybe there will be something more to consider about any
possible linkage. Until then, it remains yet another "missile
mystery," which is disturbing enough, regardless of cause, since
one would think that power sources, comm lines, and computer
systems would not be designed or operated to allow any such
massive if temporary outage on our nuclear missile systems.


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