“Found a twitter thread about this issue. He’s also a good cyber guy. He points out what is close to the substation in NC. Important things next to other substation failures as well it seems. https://twitter.com/JoshuaSteinman/status/1600917754831204353” At first glance it’s a compelling story but in my opinion not a particularly credible analysis. If you look at the locations of each event of course you’re going to find important facilities such as military bases. You put power infrastructure near places that use lots of power (duh) and unsurprisingly the US has a lot of military facilities in every state so if you look you’re gonna find them. It’s a near meaningless observation. Secondly, I laughed out loud when he starting linking in antifa and anarchists with no mention of right wing domestic terrorism. The FBI has already arrested multiple white supremacists for plotting to attack the power grid. No mention of that in this analysis because the author’s political biases were allowed to influence it. This is unsurprising though. Career people in the national security and intelligence communities have described him as a political insider who cannot be objective, repeatedly. I think he’ll fit into the cybersecurity products and services snake oil business much more readily (he’s started an ICS cybersecurity company).