Just a quick one which is a thought that span off seeing a trailer for a movie (named 'Inversion', to be released later this year), and making an
intuitive leap, grasping at creative straws, one might say, concerning a potentially connected issue - for which there is no other sensible
explanation, as far as I have seen thus far. There seems to have been a "Can't explain it, so let's say nothing & wait for the head-scratching to
stop.." stance from the mainstream. The issue in question has been reported as a curiosity in the local & sometimes national nightly news, but there
seems to be very little follow-up, even from alternative researchers. Part of the reason for this cacophony of silence appears to be the fact that
there's been a lot of weird shenanigans going on recently, with 'sky sounds', mystery meteors & strange-shaped asteroids, laser beams shooting up
from the Great Lakes region, ships colliding at sea repeatedly, inexplicably, and anomalous smoking craters in Mexico which appear to be the result of
energy weaponry rather than an impact. The huge pile of anomalous or weird reports of weather & sky/ space-related technologies, including
'failed' and 'successful' private space satellite launches, has been a weight of happenstance which has somewhat camouflaged the issue of which I
am hypothesising in this thread..
What then, of this mysterious ocean recession phenomenon? Why did a beach in Ecuador inexplicably lose its ocean? Why was the same effect recently
noted in India, with regards to an estuary feeding into the ocean, mysteriously losing its ocean inflow tides for a lengthy period? Has anyone
satisfactorily explained it with anything more than a 'splainaway' debunking hatchet job? There have been notable dried-up beaches in the Bahamas,
in Florida, etc, after hurricanes - this is normal, to be expected. However, Ecuadorian, Indian & possibly Japanese beach 'dry-ups' from recent
months have been minimally reported, if at all, and any evidence of the occurrences has been quietly covered over so that when you google: "beach
dried up no explanation Ecuador"
(or India, Japan, etc) - only a page of uninteresting links to unrelated tourism & history sites (etc) is
displayed in the search results. No obvious results regarding these events of recent months, which did happen. Videos remain uploaded to YouTube,
and more detailed searches do reveal the local news networks & minimal national coverage which is still extant.
I would posit that the cause of this bizarre phenomenon might be gravitational anomaly. The effect is basically the exact same effect as is seen from
the shoreline in the prelude moments before a tsunami. And indeed, in Japan I believe (don't have source to hand) the residents of a local coastal
area ran for the hills when their ocean receded inexplicably, quite reasonably expecting that a tsunami may be inbound. When it didn't happen, the
head-scratching began, and hasn't really stopped since, although the coastal area affected did in fact return to normal after some time.
Why would such an anomalous effect occur without apparent environmental cause, be noted several times around the globe in the space of a few months,
and why would it be greeted so quietly by the scientific & governmental communities, taking a softly, softly approach to perception management in the
minds of the public? Why did it present the illusion of a tsunami inbound, and yet not present an actual tsunami? Clearly, the effect is quite scary
for local residents, given that they are drawn naturally to the conclusion that death & destruction might be at hand.
Oh wait... Perhaps, that's the reason for it... If the matter is indeed, as I suspect, a technological phenomenon designed to create better warfare
capability - a sort of evolution of the 'weather weaponry' we're all reasonably familiar with. The very suggestion, backed by evidence of a
missing ocean, that a tsunami may be inbound, is perhaps one of the surest ways to mitigate the military or civil defence capacity of a coastal
community in enemy-held territory, assuming that community is aware of the warning signs of tsunamis inbound. What an awesome way to clear out all
resistance from ahead of your soon-to-be-landing combat marine forces! Beachhead? Secured. Job done. Now ? We strike while the iron's hot &
establish supply lines as we press inland, securing all land & resources as we go.
That is an awesome weapon of warfare.
And I believe it is probably generated by artificially affecting local regions of gravity in the areas of earth & sea far out into the open ocean. If
a particular satellite array or other technological platform were to utilise certain (as yet unknown) methods to increase the intensity of the
planetary gravitational field in a wide region of open ocean, and to sustain that increase for the period of time dictated by the strategic
considerations, it could cause the oceanic waters to be retained in a 'bulge' of surface extension, in a 'pumped' region which has been affected
by artificially increased gravitational force.. The same technological platform could perhaps 'draw' gravitational intensity from the coastline,
though I suspect that would be technologically more challenging than simply pumping the gravitational field. Once the hypothetical war aims have been
achieved, the technological platform would then gradually dampen the gravitational field increase to release the waters which had been held over in
that gravitationally 'pumped' area.
So what do you guys think? It's a hypothesis which would be hard to prove, but I guess that if I were to scour patent records I might find something