The International Journal of Scientific Engineering and Research’ (IJSER) has opposed the verdict of a Lagos State Coroner’s Court ruling on the controversial collapsed building within The Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), arguing that the only viable scientific option that can explain the unique nature of the collapse was an ‘infrasonic weapon’.
Lagos State Magistrate Oyetade Komolafe, had earlier ruled that the collapse of the building was as a result of structural failure.
But the respected international journal published the article, titled, ‘Elimination of Structural Failure and the Placement of Chemical Explosives for the Infrasonic Weapon as the Cause of the SCOAN Building Collapse’, written by a weapons expert, Paul Iguniwei.
Iguniwei, who is a lecturer at Kaduna Polytechnic College of Science and Technology, said: “Having analysed the CCTV footage, personally visited the scene and made critical observations, I am convinced an exotic kind of weapon employing the infrasonic characteristic was used to cause the collapse of the building.”
According to Iguniwei, “It was deduced that the collapse resulted from a high energy infrasound absorption by the building leading to a high energy resonance of the constituents’ atoms of the building.”
Upon personal inspection of the ill-fated building site at the SCOAN, the scientist observed that the “foundation columns are still intact, with no stress or cracks on the steel and concrete pillars protruding from the earth”, ruling out the verdict of structural failure as a possible cause.
“The CCTV footage showed a collapse that is not consistent with other known buildings which have collapsed as a result of structural failure.”
Iguniwei, who referred to the groundbreaking research of French scientist, Vladimir Gavreau, also explained the scientific evidence behind sound being used as a weapon capable of mass destruction. “Resonance can be induced electro-magnetically by an infrasonic pulse generator, which can establish a link, for instance, to a building like that of the SCOAN that collapsed.
“Once this connection occurs, the power level of the generator can be increased, which would automatically transfer the energy to the building. If the power or intensity level is high or very high, the building can suffer a crumbling collapse.”
Iguniwei posited that although it is rare for infrasonic weaponry to be used, there is currently a lot of research ongoing into its capabilities.” Certainly our science tells us that infrasound weaponised with a high enough intensity can cause vibrations to structures at the atomic level causing the kind of destruction we saw happen at the SCOAN premises.”