As a result of the publication of the aforementioned study others have tried to link these anomalies in the ionosphere and atmosphere to HAARP-like installations that, according to them, triggered the seaquake deliberately.
Others speculate that the tsunami was triggered by “tsunami bombs” or (nuclear) explosives that were dropped on the seafloor prior to the 3/11 events.
hoi.polloi wrote:How does the present membership of the forum feel about this five-year-old topic today? Would you add anything or expand on what has been written as well? (We encourage members to read the full thread before posting)
Just the observation that, at least in Belgium, nuclear facilities are constantly being brought up in the news. Often the stories are connected to psyops like ISIS. The number of these incidents, whereby the facilities are sometimes shut down for long periods is very impressive. If you follow the links below you can see the amount of articles that feature just 2 of the facilities. The most important ingredient of these stories is fear.hoi.polloi wrote:How does the present membership of the forum feel about this five-year-old topic today? Would you add anything or expand on what has been written as well? (We encourage members to read the full thread before posting)
AN "island" of debris from tsunami-hit Japan containing homes, ships, cars and BODIES is heading for the US.
The floating mass in the Pacific is 69 miles long and covers 2.2million square feet, experts said yesterday.
" Danger ... home floats on ocean "
Coastal residents in Japan were ordered to flee to higher ground on Tuesday after a strong earthquake with a magnitude of 7.4 struck off the coast of Fukushima prefecture.
The Japan Meteorological Agency issued a tsunami warning for waves of up to 3 metres in Fukushima and another prefecture, and a tsunami advisory for much of the rest of northeast Japan's Pacific coast. There were no immediate reports of damage or injury.
Tsunamis of 1.4 metres and 90 centimetres were reported in Sendai and Fukushima about an hour after the 6 am earthquake, and the tsunami warning area was widened later in the morning.
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