posted on Aug, 25 2005 @ 02:41 AM
Something old but interesting.
Highly secret experiments military were carried out outside the coast of Auckland to perfect a pump that caused tsunami, reveal declassified
A professor of the University of Auckland (NZ) collaborated with the Army to carry out a series of underwater explosions that activated waves like a
small earthquake in Whangaparaoa in 1944 and 1945.
The work of professor Thomas Leech was considered so significant that the High Commands of the Defense of the U.S.A. said that if the project had been
completed before the aim of the war, could have played a as effective roll as that of the atomic pump.
The details of the pump tsunami, known like "Seal Project", are contained in documents of 53 years of antiquity declassified by the Ministry of
Outer Subjects and Commerce.
The papers with the stamp "Top Secret" show that the North American and British army was excited in developing "Seal" in the years of the postwar
period. They even considered to send to professor Leech to the Atoll Bikini to be present at the North American nuclear tests and to see if they had
some application in their work. He did not make the visit, although a member of the North American table of advisers of atomic tests, the Dr Karl
Compton, was sent to New Zealand.
"the Dr Compton was impressed of the deductions of Professor Leech in the Seal project and he was prepared to recommend the heads of the Meeting of
Generals who all the engineering datas of the tests that were excellent for the Seal Project would have to be made arrive at the Government of New
Zealand for extensive later studies by Professor Leech", written in a letter of July of 1946 of Washington to Wellington.
Professor Leech died in his native Australia in 1973, was the dean of engineering in the University from 1940 to 1950.
The news of CBE (Certified Broadcast Engineer) granted in 1947 by the investigation in a weapon, took to newspapers around the world to the
speculation on which it was being developed.
To grief that the officials of the U.S.A. and New Zealand spoke on the support to the investigation, they did not give details on her because the work
still was in march.
An ex- colleague of Professor Leech, Neil Kirton, said to him to the Weekend Herald that the experiments involved the use of explosives under the
water to create tsunami. Explosions in small scale were carried out in the Pacific and the outskirts of Whangaparaoa that then was controlled by the
He is uncertain what happened with the Seal Project once the report was sent to the Headquarters of the Defense in Wellington in the Forties. The pump
never was proven on great scale and Mr. Kirton doubts that the people of Auckland noticed the tests.
It said: "If it could be revived sometimes... Under some circumstances, I think that it could be devastating."
The insurmountable fables of the Fontaine teach that "the misfortune of constitutes the happiness of others."
Here four "advantages" of tsunami for the United States are enumerated:
• Merma still more to the Asian tigers, countries whose success had been embarrassing for the model rapaz of world-wide development of the United
• Trae immense opportunities to the friends of the administration of Bush to become rich by means of lucrative contracts of emergency supply in the
• grants to the Fleet of the United States the justification to Him to be in places in which in other circumstances they could not be, as well as
enormous opportunities to unload any shipment that soon could use usefully in the Indian Ocean.
• Provee the opportunity for a ostentosa exhibition with the good will of the United States, that it can be used for a propaganda campaign to
recover the damaged image of that country in the world.
The four points go tailwind.
A ferocious critic of Free Internet Press (7 of January) that it proclaims to offer "the news without censorship for real people" (sic), offers a
demolishing blow that can be rendered to interpretations several: "the army of the United States and the Department of State received early warning
of tsunami, but they made very little to alert to the Asian countries. The American naval base in the atoll of Diego Garci'a in the Indian Ocean was
notified and left unharmed."
Of not to have been because it published "The Jerusalem Post", tie Israeli newspaper to the Likud party and the ultrahawks of the United States, we
must confess that we did not have ourselves bold to cross the informative Rubicón, being "politically incorrect" on the full asseveration of the
Egyptian magazine Al-Usbua that repeats the newspaper israeli ': "it was caused possibly by a nuclear experiment in which the nuclear experts of
Israel and the United States participated."
That opinais of this, natural or was caused?