OCTOBER 8, 2013 EARTHQUAKE OFF EAST COAST OF THE U.S.
Nowhere was the epi-center mentioned as being near the Carolinas, just identified as "off the East Coast". It was felt as far away as Vermont, and
the satellite map curiously places 2 side-by-side epicenters. Were 2 nukes dropped? Also - key points - it was in an area of seabed with no known
fault lines, and no aftershocks were recorded. MOST sizable earthquakes have aftershocks.
SEISMO LAB AT BERKELEY: THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN EARTHQUAKES AND DETONATION OF NUCLEAR BOMBS
"There are major differences between the seismograms of natural tectonic earthquakes and those of explosions. Firstly, the waveforms look very
different. While an earthquake generates strong S-Waves, the seismograms of underground nuclear tests lack most of these waves. Instead, the P- (or
primary or pressure) waves dominate the seismogram from the detonation of an atomic bomb below ground.
"A second way to distinguish between the origins of the elastic waves is to analyze the data collected by many stations in what is known as a "Moment
Tensor Solution." By performing this computation, seismologists trace the elastic waves back to their origin. That not only pinpoints the precise
location of the focus, it also shows the mechanism of the forces initially shaking the rocks.
"During an earthquake, rock breaks in a shear fracture, which results in the rapid sideways movement of two flanks of a fault. In an explosion,
however, the origin is indeed a point, from which elastic pressure waves travel concentrically outward. Berkeley's Moment Tensor Solution for the most
recent North Korean nuclear bomb test is shown in figure 2."
THE VELA SATELLITE AND A POSSIBLE NUCLEAR EXPLOSION IN THE OCEAN NEAR ANTARCTICA IN 1979
A good background article, for how the U.S. detects and studies a suspected oceanic nuclear test. AND highlights how conflicting data can lead to
"The "double flash" was detected on September 22, 1979, at 00:53 GMT, by the American Vela satellite 6911, which carried various sensors designed
specifically to detect nuclear explosions that contravened the Partial Nuclear Test Ban Treaty. In addition to being able to detect gamma rays,
X-rays, and neutrons, the satellite also contained two silicon solid-state bhangmeter sensors that could detect the DUAL LIGHT FLASHES associated with
an atmospheric nuclear explosion: the initial brief, intense flash, followed by a second, longer flash.
"The satellite reported the characteristic double flash of a small atmospheric nuclear explosion of two to three kilotons, in the Indian Ocean. The
previous 41 double flashes the Vela satellites detected were all subsequently confirmed to be nuclear explosions.
"Several U.S. Air Force WC-135B surveillance aircraft flew 25 sorties over that area of the Indian Ocean soon after the "double flash" was reported,
but they failed to detect any sign of nuclear radiation. Studies of wind patterns confirmed that fall-out from an explosion in the southern Indian
Ocean could have been carried from there to southwestern Australia. It was reported that low levels of iodine-131 (a short-half-life product of
nuclear fission) were detected in sheep in the southeastern Australian States of Victoria and Tasmania soon after the event. Sheep in New Zealand
showed no such trace.
"The Arecibo ionospheric observatory and radio telescope in Puerto Rico also detected an anomalous ionospheric wave during the morning of September
22, 1979, which moved from the southeast to the northwest, an event which had not been observed previously by the scientists."
After the Japanese Fukushima meltdown and radiation dump into the Pacific Ocean in 2011, complaints and controversy are rampant on the radiation
damage that may (or may not) be ravaging the West Coast of the U.S. But buried within this article, is information on sea-life dying in the Atlantic,
reported in November 2013. Did the nukes dumped and detonated in the Atlantic irradiate and damage sea-life that was subsequently shoveled into the
(Dec. 2013) UNREPORTED ANIMAL DIE-OFFS FROM FUKUSHIMA RADIATION AFFECTING THE U.S.
"On November 11, 2013 FOX NEWS reported that since June, researchers have seen (starfish "wasting syndrome") spread from as far as British Columbia,
Canada, down through California and, within the past year, from Maine through New Jersey. The scientists tracking the disease find this simultaneous
bi-coastal infection especially alarming.
“There is no direct route to get from Providence to Seattle,” Gary Wessel, a molecular biologist at Brown University. However, when one considers
the evaporation of radiation-contaminated water from the Pacific, being carried inland by weather systems, and the jet stream then carrying those
weather systems to the East Coast, the explanation becomes obvious."
Or perhaps NOT so obvious that this radiation-disease turning up on the East Coast of the U.S. did NOT originate with Fukushima.
edit on 26-9-2014 by MKMoniker because: clarification and typos