There has been much speculation as to whether or not control of the forces of mother nature is science fiction or science fact. The evidence is mounting in the favor of man, specifically the United States Government, being able to control everything from Tsunamis to Earthquakes.
It was set to make landfall on September the 11th, 2001. If Hurricane Erin had continued on it’s path, New York City would have had a category 3 storm to contend with instead of the “terror” attacks that occurred.
Could this monster storm have been steered away from NYC to allow for the attacks to happen? This documentary not only answers that question, it shows how it could be done with technology that already exists today and did ten years ago.
The government of the U.S. has had the ability to modify weather since the 1960′s. Weather warfare was first used in the Vietnam war and is very much alive today.
The worst attack on American soil could have been prevented by Hurricane Erin and yet somehow the category 3 hurricane makes a sudden u-turn at the very last minute, do you think Bin-Laden did that from a cave with a laptop…. I don’t.
Just more evidence that 9/11 was an inside job.
In an article earlier this week, HAARP was the theorized cause of the extremely abnormal earthquake in Virginia – a new article shows that HAARP may have been only part of it.
Not even considered in the previous article was the cause of underground nuclear detonation. This cause could explain the shallow depth of the quake (as described below) and would also explain the insane media fear build-up of a Hurricane that ultimately did little damage (as a diversion from the real story). When the actual cause of the quake is viewed as described by Eric Blair from Activist Post, things begin to add up. The weather patterns should have allowed the Hurricane to make landfall in Florida and it’s Northern turn made little sense. Perhaps HAARP played it’s small role in this event by ensuring all eyes were on a more insignificant ‘natural’ disaster. The previous article only told part of the story, but in an effort to consider all possibilities, it’s time to delve deeper.
Recent earthquake activity in the Continental United States has been occurring in regions not usually known for this phenomenon.
August 23rd, 2011
Departing slightly from the normal material on MONOLITHIK, the blog will today delve into a little science to cover the recent terrestrial abnormalities outside of our nation’s capital with this article:
The Southeastern-Colorado Rocky Mountain region experienced a significant Earthquake just before midnight last night (epicenter time). In addition to this abnormal quake, rare earthquakes occurring in Missouri, Tennessee, Ohio and Maine over the last week were oddly capped off with an early morning Maryland Earthquake and a record-breaking 5.9 tremor in Virginia – just outside of Washington D.C. Continue reading
In March, a magnitude 9.0 undersea megathrust earthquake, now known as the Great East Japan Earthquake, hit Japan. One of the five most powerful earthquakes in the world overall since modern record-keeping began, the quake created a tsunami, killed more than 15,000, destroyed billions worth of infrastructure and caused a number of nuclear accidents.
On Sunday, a strong 6.4-magnitude earthquake struck near the coast of Indonesia’s Papua province. There were no immediate reports of damage or tsunami warnings issued.
Aside from Indonesia, during the past week moderate to strong earthquakes have hit Japan; nations in the Pacific like Fiji; Latin American countries like Chile and Argentina; Alaska in the United States; and even Antartica.
The Irish Weather Online reported that 2011 is on target to record the largest number of earthquakes in a single year for at least 12 years.
According to the U.S. Geological Survey, earthquakes with magnitude of at least 5.5 that have hit during the past week include:
* June 20. A strong 6.5 magnitude earthquake struck the Antofagasta region of Chile Monday afternoon.
* June 21. A 6.1 magnitude quake hit Santa Cruz Islands
* June 22. A magnitude 6.7 quake struck off the coast of Honshu, Japan, prompting authorities to issue a tsunami alert for the northeast of the country. A series of large tremors measuring greater than 5 have been recorded since the quake.
* June 23. A 7.2 magnitude earthquake hit the sparsely populated Fox Islands region of the Aleutian Islands in Alaska, USA. The quake hit just two days after a 5.1 magnitude earthquake hit the Rat Islands region.
* June 24. A 6.2 magnitude earthquake struck The Solomon Islands in the south-western Pacific Ocean. It was the third strong earthquake to hit the region during the week.
* June 24. A 6.3 quake off the Santa Cruz Islands struck.
* June 24. A 5.6 quake off Hokkaido, Japan Region, struck.
* June 25. A 5.7 magnitude quake off the south of the Fiji Islands struck.
* June 26. A strong 6.4-magnitude earthquake struck near the coast of Indonesia’s Papua province. The quake struck at a depth of 36 kilometers, 161 km from Enarotali, at 9:16 p.m.