posted on Apr, 26 2010 @ 01:19 PM
reply to post by Violater1
The point is, this guy "Stewart Swerdlow" makes a lot of claims, including, as the OP says:
Stewart reports a lot about earthquakes. I believe he has said that sometimes the USGS website will not report on things or will put
something up and then remove it.
Which means, "Swerdlow" is wrong, and so are you, to claim the other ATS member as a "gubmint" shill.
you found, from the USGS, the actual report. The other ATS member missed it, apparently. That is known as a "mistake".
ALSO, note that the USGS did NOT 'hide' the fact of that earthquake.
See, what "Swerdlow" does, by mentioning a 'quake near Corpus Christi, and then claiming there are no "fault lines" there, is IMPLY something,
with little to no basis in fact to support it. He seems to wish everyone who follows his nutjob "theories" to just take it on 'faith'. As you
saw, he then goes off on a tangent, to plant the 'seed' in people's minds about "secret Gubmint underground bases" in Texas, or whatever crackpot
notion he has thought up.
(Unless he's ALSO trained as a geologist or something, and is therefore qualified to espouse a professional opinion on earthquakes...)
But, those true "believers" will fail to see the deception and duplicity put out by charlatans like him.
I suggest those who wish to "believe" him inquire, instead, about his motivations. Look for the $$$ signs.