posted on Sep, 10 2016 @ 07:05 AM
originally posted by: Forensick
a reply to: intrptr
How about a 5.3,earthquake
Any sudden shock will produce seismic waves. The deeper the epicenter below the surface the more energy is contained and transmitted through the
bedrock. A fault slipping has a different signature than a single detonation of a very large amount of explosives or a small nuclear device. Without a
radiation signature however, its inconclusive which type of explosive caused the tremor.
US employs "Constant Phoenix" to monitor the atmosphere for isotopes, identifying new events as well as from past releases which is near impossible to
contain. Even buried deeply, the heat from gasses finds its way up and out into the atmosphere eventually. Long lived, spectrum specific isotopes from
past nuclear tests and accidents are still discovered upon occasion floating in the atmosphere. These are specific isotopes readily recognized as
being from Hiroshima or Fukushima, for instance. Constant Phoenix program isn't in the news, they don't want to admit how much they know about
radioactivity these days because of spills and ahem (Fukushima).
Without that kind of confirmation, the claims are up in the air. Just like back in January (see the previous link I provided). But the gubment doesn't
make public what Constant Phoenix program finds. They tell us they "sniffing" but don't show us actual results in the form of spectrum data.