Mysterious Blue Haze Envelopes Charleston, Nobody’s Worried…

Just a short note here on this wintry morning. Now, maybe I’ve read too many alternative news stories, maybe I’m just getting paranoid (who isn’t?) Maybe I’m taking George Orwell way too seriously, OR maybe I’m finally getting how this all works. Because let’s face it, times are getting WEIRD.

Did everyone hear about the “Mysterious Blue Haze” which covered our State Capitol of Charleston all the way to Saint Albans and beyond yesterday? Last seen heading towards Putnam County. No, I’m not kidding! It was apparently so thick in places that it rivalled that old familiar pea soup you’ve heard so much about, except that it was blue… It also reportedly had a chlorine type smell which seemed to bother peoples eyes and give assorted folks headaches. Lots of fingers were pointed as to where it came from, but after the initial warning telling people IN THE ENTIRE KANAWAH COUNTY AREA to stay indoors “if it bothered them”, the entire incident seems to be dissipating just like the mysterious fog was claimed to have done.

According to “official” media reports, nobody knows what it was or where it came from. Nobody in the Chemical Valley is “fessing up” to toxic spills or leaks. Investigators are coming up empty-handed.

Come on now folks! That was an AWFUL BIG AREA that was affected by that cloud. Enough to cause something resembling a mild panic among people in an entire city. Of course you can be certain that if there would have been a serious poisonous crisis floating about, the powers that be would have pretty much done JUST what they did yesterday; tell folks to stay indoors if it bothered them. Because if they decided to let an entire city full of people know they were about to be poisoned and tried to evacuate, just think what would have happened…

Remember, the media told everyone over and over again that the authorities DID NOT KNOW WHAT IT WAS OR WHERE IT WAS COMING FROM. So how did they know it was safe to only stay inside if it “bothered” you??? How can a situation so large be silently swept under the rug? In record time I might add. By the next day, no word on anything. Nobody knows. Don’t worry about it… At best this is terrible non-reporting by the media.

Now here comes the paranoid part. Just coincidentally on this very same day, at the very same time this was going on , our infamous King George Bush the 2nd just happened to be at a meeting at the GREENBRIER HOTEL in the very same state that this huge and mysterious fog appeared in. Ok, I know, I know, but nonetheless, the local officials blew off the entire “blue haze” thing to the public. Meanwhile, George Bush is just a stone’s throw away by hillbilly standards, in another part of the state having a tea party with other folks who are in process of shaping our futures as humans. And NOBODY seemed to be concerned about anything at all. Anywhere. Maybe it IS true that fluoride makes you stupid*…. *(Google “fluoride and Hitler”)

And just to add a bit to this very odd story/set of coincidences, in case you didn’t already know, underneath the Greenbrier Hotel and Resort is an UNDERGROUND BUNKER which was specifically built to house and protect selected politicians during national emergencies. SOME of this bunker has apparently been opened to the public but not ALL… I don’t know, someone with more time on their hands than I needs to research this some more, but I think that all this put together as one story is absolutely BIZARRE! There are way too many missing pieces to this puzzle. Any comments?


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  1. I’m with an indy news bureau,, and I would very much like to speak with you as soon as possible. I’ve been covering this story since I found it about 7pm last night and was shocked at 11pm or so to see the news coming out about it just stop. VERY little coverage, in fact couldn’t find it at all on national news.

    Then this morning I was stunned to find no further coverage. Just some lame brief explaination on a local news site.

    Something’s up. I’m withing about 6 hours drive of the area. I’m most curious to be in touch with you and help you dig around with some of the locals.

    If you’re interested email me at the address above or call 814-553-9372

    Sam A. Ettaro

  2. The “official” report now is that it was simply “normal” POLLUTION from various factories that COMBINED in the air to form the noxious cloud. Nothing to worry about…

    Never happened before? Actually they are still trying to figure it out. What to do, how to keep it from happening again….

    Did this actually NEVER happen before? I AM beginning to doubt the MEMORY of the masses. But will folks next be freaking out over eclipses and rainbows because they can’t remember them from the last time? Highly doubtful. If this has NEVER happened before, then there almost HAS to be an answer other than “normal” pollution being held down by air pressure. We see a lot of that here where most folks burn wood stoves… It’s really COMMON. Huh.

  3. Just received this from a credible source:

    just found this after exploring another AEP plant in Ohio.. they installed SCR’s (scrubber technology) to reduce CO2 and mercury output. they had a similar ‘blue haze’ problem.. this is what the AEP website says..

    Conversion to low-sulfur coal at one unit of our Tanners Creek Plant in Indiana was completed last year. More than 45 percent of our coal-fired power plant capacity will be equipped with SCRs and more than 48 percent will have FGDs. These actions are projected to reduce NOx emissions by 79 percent and SO2 emissions by 65 percent from 1994 levels by 2010, while generating 17 percent more electricity annually. Mercury emissions will decline an additional 55 percent from current levels by 2010.

    The improvement in SO2 and NOx environmental performance at our coal plants was a trade-off. Pollution control systems consume additional energy and reduce plant efficiency per unit of electrical output. In addition, SO2 scrubbers will increase CO2 emissions as the limestone chemistry captures SO2 but releases CO2.

    Installing leading-edge technology can sometimes create unexpected consequences. This occurred at AEP�s Gavin Plant, near Cheshire, Ohio, after SCR equipment was installed to reduce NOx emissions in 2002. The SCR equipment reduced the NOx emissions but also created bluish plumes (sulfur trioxide) that touched down in Cheshire and caused considerable community upset.

    We took immediate steps to mitigate the blue plume and fixed the problem within months. We developed a process that we intend to use to control emissions at other power plants equipped with both FGDs and SCRs. The Gavin Plant experience was a painful and costly lesson, but resulted in a solution to prevent the same consequences at other plants.

    but then check out what happened to cheshire ohio..

    hmmmm… sulfur trioxide..

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