posted on May, 29 2011 @ 08:12 AM
No doubt it is theoretically possible to reproduce Tesla's results on a grand scale.
However, not only no one could reproduce them at this point, it is also a sound argument above that the enemies of the US or Europe or Israel would
have tested them out long ago. Or Israel could have smashes Iran which is in an earthquake zone. Surely Israel is high tech enough.
The second thing is that - if we are to believe Tesla's journal - he built up vibratory effects for a while to shake the steel structure of a single
Tesla also mentioned there was a "pandemonium" in the street. That means people noticed something.
The implication of the opening post is that major earthquakes could be the result of HAARP activity. Yes, theoretically. But if I recall correctly,
the Japanese earthquake involved something like moving one thousand million megatons of tectonic material. A California EQ - predicted by seers and
scientists long ago to occur some time soon - would involve maybe even more. Imagine what a gigantic force THAT would require and how long it should
be in resonance...
If you research the story of the French bridge that collapsed in 1850 partly from the resonance of marching troops, you can start your
Quoting Wikipedia: "The third battalion arrived during a powerful thunderstorm when the wind was making the bridge oscillate. When the soldiers began
to cross, they gave the wind still more purchase. Survivors reported that they had been walking as if drunk and could barely keep themselves from
falling, first to one side and then to the other. As usual in crossing that bridge, the soldiers had been ordered to break step and to space
themselves farther apart than normal. However, their efforts to match the swaying and keep their balance may have caused them to involuntarily march
with the same cadence, contributing to the resonance. In any case, the oscillation increased. At a point when the bridge was covered with 483 soldiers
and four other people (though the police had prevented many curiosity seekers from joining the march), the upstream anchoring cable on the right bank
broke in its concrete mooring, three to four meters underground, with a noise like "a badly done volley from a firing squad". The adjacent
downstream cable broke a second later, and that end of the deck fell, making the deck slope very steeply and throwing soldiers into the river. Many of
those who fell were saved by their fellow soldiers who had not yet crossed and by residents of Angers who came to the rescue, but a total of 226