posted on Feb, 27 2010 @ 10:09 AM
Originally posted by InfaRedMan
Earthquake lights are both common and normal. It's simply the energy released from rocks crushing against one another.
No offense, but I don't think energy from rocks could create lights in the sky, miles above the earthquake. Of course, I'm not a seismologist, but
that just doesn't make sense to me, with my background in science.
I think the CME theory is more probable: that the energy from the sun is what is creating the earthquakes.
Remember, a few days ago, there was a huge thread about a large filament on the sun crashing. Everyone said that if the CME/earthquake theory is true,
then some of us (including me) said that we might see a VERY LARGE earthquake on earth within a week.
Well, sad to say, this earthquake is RIGHT ON CUE.
What pisses me off is that nobody in the MSM is picking up on what we here on ATS have been theorizing. All over CNN, they talk about the earthquake,
but there is NOTHING about the large sun filament that crashed a few days ago. Why? Are they under orders to not report things like that?
I tell you, the MSM is worthless. They like reporting disasters, but they don't report anything else, like possible causes of disaster.
Oh, but wait....if they reported a possible link between the sun changes and what happens here on earth, then then people might start linking the sun
to climate change....and then Al Gore's theories might be blown to pieces. Ok, now I know why they won't report on it. They are protecting their
beloved Al Gore.
Makes me sick that politics gets so in the way of real reporting.