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Crazy Grid of Earthquakes!! What??!!

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posted on May, 3 2008 @ 12:00 PM
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I think you will find a possible answer in my signature link (look at the date it was posted)

Is this place near area 51? could be underground base if so.




posted on May, 3 2008 @ 12:09 PM
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There was a large "BOOM' before the 94' Northridge earthquake. I don't know but I think the "BOOMS" are more common than not.

Has there been any response at all from the local or state governments about all this?



posted on May, 3 2008 @ 12:23 PM
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just wondering? who is "he"? and who is "them"? when have nations not been at war? and when has there not been famine? there has been some sort of war every year for the last 2,000 years and/or possibly longer.

unless of course the NT was written specifically for the United States 1800 years ago?


back on topic...this would not be fun for us Californians if this were some indication of massive volcanic activity. If something happens what would be the safest direction to head in? North? South? I wont say east...To the Pacific? I suppose it depends on where the epicenter is and your local
so say so. cal. and the epicenter is reno. Pacific? or Mexico? North?



posted on May, 3 2008 @ 12:54 PM
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If it turns out to be Volcanic, I would head away from Reno, which ever way would be fastest North or South. It all depends on where your at and relative to Reno, or technically Mugal, Nevada.

I wouldnt get overly alarmed yet, but if there are news reports or locals talking about wells and springs drying up or water levels dropping then you know you need to get going. If its anything like the prehistoric volcanic events in Nevada, the inital eruption is going to be more powerful than any nuclear weapon and rain rock and ash all over the Southwest. Everything within a few hundred miles, maybe even more is going to be buried like Pompeii.

So if the wells and springs drop or dry up, you have maybe 72 hours before hell on earth. Lets hope nothing happens.

Note: If your in Sacramento or San Francisco that is the worst area to be at. If your near LA or San Diego you might be ok. IF I was in LA I would still head south.


[edit on 3/5/08 by MikeboydUS]



posted on May, 3 2008 @ 01:21 PM
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thanks for the advice. im not shakin in me boots just yet. Though I couldn't imagine what it would be like if something like that hit. If signs become more apparent I would hope there would be some sort of warning they could give. I could just see the soccer moms now... flipping out in there suvs...I thought so cal drivers were bad enough already...

I wonder what kind of effect a massive volcano would have on the pacific? Does anyone remember when St. helen blew? That was near the coast wasn't it? A change in tide or anything along those lines?



posted on May, 3 2008 @ 01:41 PM
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also listened to this story on coast to coast and the guy mentioned that there was a report that someone smelt sulphur around lake taho (not sure how that is spelt soz) which is I think 19 miles nearby. interesting..



posted on May, 3 2008 @ 01:55 PM
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Jesuit Priests Fullfilling their end times work on the geological stuff that was supposed to happen when they let loosed those underground bombs in Nev, a couple of years ago that we stopped with our out cry. The plan continues, the Biblical end to a means.



posted on May, 3 2008 @ 01:58 PM
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Especially since this is being seen around Nevada, and has resulted so far in relatively minor Earthquakes, I would say it is weapons testing.



posted on May, 3 2008 @ 02:15 PM
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Sulpher around Tahoe? That could only mean one thing, Volacanic activity under lake Tahoe. Sometimes dont you wish J.L. were here here to discuss stuff like this?



posted on May, 3 2008 @ 02:23 PM
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Well, its not nukes.....I can tell you that with 100% accuracy. I cant say why, but trust me, you can scratch any nukes testing or anything like that off the list.

All that might be ready to blow though....its happened in the past, so I dont know why we think that all of a sudden we can stop Mother Nature. She doesnt care how advanced we think we are....she just does whatever she wants, and we can do absolutely nothing.



posted on May, 3 2008 @ 02:28 PM
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Pkeyjoe, from google satelitte Stan deyo noticed a strange anomoly, he noticed that the grid lines of the earthquakes formed a square pattern. I think he said 19 of them in all. It got even stranger, but I fell asleep after the first commercial break so this is perhaps just subconscious memory.

It is NOT normal at this point, so stay tuned to What Comes Next.



posted on May, 3 2008 @ 02:39 PM
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A while ago i discovered a huge earthquake pattern close to the china lake base in google earth.

I posted it here:

China Lake undergound base

There is an underground tunnel training system for fighting in iraq. At least, in the official version.

National Defense Magazine

So maybe this has really something to do with an underground base.



posted on May, 3 2008 @ 02:49 PM
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Anyone remember Divine Strake?

www.nti.org...

Can anyone tell me how close the earthquakes happened to where the location for Divine strake was?



posted on May, 3 2008 @ 03:01 PM
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If it turns out to be Volcanic, I would head away from Reno, which ever way would be fastest North or South. It all depends on where your at and relative to Reno, or technically Mugal, Nevada.

So if the wells and springs drop or dry up, you have maybe 72 hours before hell on earth. Lets hope nothing happens.

Note: If your in Sacramento or San Francisco that is the worst area to be at.
[edit on 3/5/08 by MikeboydUS]




IF this activity is a precursor to "something" large and volcanic, I would think that heading North, relative to the area of activity, would be the best bet, given the generally prevailing winds.

However, if some large volcanic event should occur during June of 2008, evacuations from California might be seriously hampered by this activity:


www.fixi5.com...



Bear in mind that Interstate 5 (I-5) is the Primary North/South Ground Transportation Artery for the ENTIRE State of California!



posted on May, 3 2008 @ 03:02 PM
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No big booms, the sound of a freight train in my back yard when the 4.9 hit, but no big booms. BTW my home is 15 miles south and east of Mogul/Verdi.



posted on May, 3 2008 @ 03:10 PM
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Originally posted by jpm1602
I just listened to the first half hour of c2c and the guest suggested this is an emp or like attack. Didn't catch his name.
It does look odd.
Also said something about hitting the seams of the fault lines to produce a more massive quake.

[edit on 5/3/2008 by jpm1602]


Is this stage one of Project Blue Beam? Once they have triggeret a massive earth quake they will anounnce the archeological excavation of alien or very "ancient" artifacts...



posted on May, 3 2008 @ 03:33 PM
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www.mapofnevada.net... Here is a map of Nevada.

Yucca Mt. is way down south, closest to Las Vegas. As is Area 51. And the nuclear test site.

Mogul is the next exit up from me off highway 80 west, a couple miles.

Wells, you can see that way east of here.

Reno is at roughly 3500 feet above sea level, I believe. I'm up in the foothills, so I'm at around 5000. Reno is a pretty quiet little town actually; many locals don't even frequent the casinos and more or less forget they are there. And I'm one of them. I've been here eight years and never felt an earthquake up here, except for a little one about four years back, epicentered in Truckee, which is almost at the top of the pass (highway 80 west over the Sierras into California.)



posted on May, 3 2008 @ 03:50 PM
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so, to be clear, winds in the upper atmosphere head south generally? but what if you already are south? if i were to head north, it would actually be heading closer to reno (if that were the epicenter/ eruption) than if i were to go south. dont you think it would be safer to run away from the fallout?

i dont think i would take the 5 either. i would stay west and take the 101..heading north or south. of course traffic may



posted on May, 3 2008 @ 03:58 PM
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According to those who think they understand how it works, there is an electromagnetic theory that is much more complete that has been kept from the public at large.


In this EM theory, the formulas that explain how things work use a much more descriptive form of mathematics called quaternions. They use imaginary numbers and describe the physics involved much more versatility.


As I understand it, there is a 4th component of EM waves that college physics books completely omit. It is the scalar component of the wave.


What's the scalar component? It's like the missing magic ingredient that explains how gravity, light, electric, magnetic, and nuclear forces are tied together and interact.


Ostensibly, if you're a group which has completed the work on this scalar theory, you would then know how to build things such as antigravity devices, weather control machines, time machines, free energy, force fields, and... earthquake generators! Well, that's the idea anyway.

It is rumored that Nikola Tesla, the genius who introduced alternating current to the world, had worked out much of this science, and developed many of the above listed inventions. Naturally, his work was confiscated by our government immediately after his death...

So do they have something like this? It would seem very odd for a naturally occuring series of earthquakes to pinpoint themselves at the intersection points of a grid. Perhaps these were target points of a scalar EM test?





[edit on 3-5-2008 by ianr5741]



posted on May, 3 2008 @ 04:11 PM
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Man, can you imagine skiing at Heavenly Valley down one of the many excellent black diamond runs at top speed and then suddenly realizing your actually skiing up-hill?

There's a lot of activity from the Cascades down to the Siarrahs and what if it's Lake Tahoe, Mt. St. Helens, Hood, and Rainier along with the super cauldron that is Yellowstone Park all going off at about the same time...of course if that happened it would obviously be catastrophic not only for Western North America, but indeed the entire world! One guy on C2C said if Yellowstone blows at top force, it could devistate everything in a 900 mile radious!

Also there has been recent activity in the middle portion of the US up the Mississippi (type that word 10 times fast!)...I doubt that it's connected to the ones in the Pacific Mountain West...



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