posted on Nov, 22 2005 @ 11:19 PM
I disagree. I've read many India Daily stories and they are, in fact, devoid of fact or specifics that can be checked. The stories are rarely, if
ever, corroborated; and what little detail is given never seems to be accurate. Take my earlier post, for example. The story claims that many
earthquakes have recently occured of Mag. 6 or greater in the area shown on the map in the article. The available data for earthquakes in the area
doesn't confirm that detail.
That only leaves the suggestion that the USGS data is being censored to hide facts that would verify the India Daily story. Each reader should make
that judgment for themself. Given that there are no news reports to suggest that there is more seismic activity in the area, I find the USGS
conspiracy suggestion unfounded as well.
Thus, until I read some India Daily stories that have facts that are corroborated, then I will continue to view their reports with skepticism. I
believe that many others on this board have come to the same conclusion for the same reasons.